Haunted Corn Mazes in Massachusetts

Haunted corn mazes are a popular Halloween attraction that combines the fun of navigating a corn maze with the spooky and eerie elements of a haunted house.

During the Halloween season, many corn mazes are transformed into haunted corn mazes. This means that the maze is given a spooky and frightening theme, often involving ghosts, zombies, monsters, or other creepy elements.

Have you been to any of these haunted corn mazes? Leave a comment below and let us know what you think of them!

The following is a list of haunted corn mazes in Massachusetts:

Hick’s Family Farm:

Address: 1299 MA-2 E, Charlemont, MA

Website: www.hickscornmaze.com

Hick’s Family Farm is a farm in Charlemont, MA that features a haunted corn maze each October.

The haunted maze was established in 2011 and is open on Friday and Saturday nights from mid-October to late October. The corn maze is recommended for people 12 years of age and older and features scary characters like creepy clowns, ghouls and other monsters.

In addition to the haunted corn maze, the farm also offers a flashlight night during which visitors can navigate the maze by flashlight and a regular daytime corn maze each September and October. The farm also has a pumpkin patch and mini golf.

Hysteria at Connor’s Farm:

Address: 30 Valley Road, Danvers MA

Website: www.hysteriaatconnorsfarm.com

During the Halloween season, Connor’s Farm in Danvers transforms into a spooky destination with haunted corn mazes and other frightening experiences.

Known as Hysteria at Connor’s Farm, this haunted attraction that features a Haunted Fields corn maze and a flashlight maze.

The Haunted Fields is the farm’s feature attraction and is a 45-minute walking trail through creepy corn fields, spooky orchards, a haunted forest, a desolate swamp and an authentic historic 17th century burial ground.

In addition to the Haunted Fields it also has a non haunted flashlight corn maze that visitors can navigate at night by only the light of their flashlights. This maze made international news in 2011 when a family got lost in the maze and called 911 to rescue them. The maze takes between 30 minutes to two hours to complete.

Hysteria is located at Connor’s Farm which is a family-owned farm that offers a range of activities and attractions for visitors throughout the year.

During the fall, they often host pumpkin patches, corn mazes, hayrides, and other autumn-themed attractions. In the summer, there may be activities such as berry picking.

West End Creamery Farm:

Address: 481 Purgatory Rd, Whitinsville, MA

Website: www.westendcreamery.com

West End Creamery is a farm in Whitinsville that features a flashlight maze each Friday night in October. West End Creamery is a family-friendly destination that is mostly known for its known for its ice cream stand but also hosts seasonal events.

In addition to the flashlight maze, the farm also offers two daytime corn mazes, wagon rides, a pumpkin patch, pony rides, mini golf, and more.

These haunted corn mazes are a great entertainment for families, friends, and thrill-seekers looking for a spooky adventure. It’s a seasonal tradition that appeals to everyone who enjoys a good scare during the Halloween season.

Marini Farm:

Address: 259 Linebrook Road, Ipswich, MA

Website: www.marinifarm.com

The Marini Farm is a farm in Ipswich that features a corn maze with special Flashlight Nights on Friday and Saturday nights in October.

The seven-acre corn maze takes about 1.5 hours to complete and is an educational and interactive experience with 18 stations placed throughout the maze that features answers to a game sheet you are given before entering. Visitors are asked to bring their own flashlights on flashlight night.

In addition to the corn maze, the farm also features hayrides, a rope maze, a play area, and a special Trick or Treat hayride during which riders can wear costumes and get candy at certain stops along the hayride.

Have you been to one of these haunted corn mazes? Which one is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below!

For more fun things to do in the fall, check out this article on fall attractions in Massachusetts.

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William Briscoe is a seasoned travel blogger and adventurer based in Massachusetts. With a passion for exploring hidden gems and sharing his travel experiences, Briscoe's website, "Mass Attractions," has become a go-to resource for those seeking seasonal attractions in Massachusetts. In addition to his website, William has contributed travel stories and articles to various travel publications, and his work has been featured in several magazines and online platforms. He also collaborates with tourism boards and travel companies to promote sustainable and responsible travel practices. William enjoys exploring the scenic beauty of New England, spending time with his family and two rescue dogs, and experimenting with classical New England recipes in his kitchen. He holds a degree in English Literature from Boston University, which he believes laid the foundation for his writing skills.

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