The 10 Best Corn Mazes in Virginia!
Virginians are lucky to have an abundance of wonderful farms and farmers who create intricate, beautiful, entertaining corn mazes. Narrowing the list down to just 10 is no easy task, but we’re positive that you’ll have a fantastic time at the following ten best corn mazes in Virginia.
Liberty Mills Farm in Somerset, Virginia, boasts Virginia’s largest corn maze, standing at 25 acres. The maze is divided into four trails, each with varying difficulty and increasing time to completion. Daytime tickets allow you to complete one or all four mazes.
Selected as “The Top Corn Maze Attracting in the D.C. Area,” the corn maze in the Plains, Virginia is one of the state’s best. Come at night to experience the maze under the stars. While you’re there, pick a pumpkin out from the patch, take a hayride, and visit the petting zoo.
Temple Hall Farm and Regional Park hosts an annual fall festival, which includes a 24-acre corn maze. The festival starts at the end of September and runs until the first week of November. Make sure to stop by the pig races, fire a pumpkin blaster, and jump on the jumping pillows during your visit.
Maize Quest Corn Maze in New Market, Virginia offers much more than just a corn maze (although their corn maze is worth the trip by itself). Visitors of all ages will enjoy hay rides, pedal carts, a rope maze, a kid’s maze, a super slide, corn hole, karaoke, bonfires, and more. Definitely worth checking out if you’re anywhere near the area.
Lloyd Family Farms is known for their Christmas trees, pumpkin patches, event operations, and annual corn maze. The farm is perfect for field trips or weekend family getaways. After the maze, why not pick out a pumpkin to paint?
Bergey’s Breadbasket Bakery and More in Chesapeake, Virginia, is constantly increasing the size of their corn maze. The maze includes smart phone trivia and prizes, wagon rides, a sunflower patch, corn cob shooter, a cotton patch, and much more. The maze opens mid-September and runs until the end of October
Yoder’s Farm in Rustburg, Virginia, has a seriously impressive corn maze. The maze is over 10 acres and features an intricate design as well as three waypoints. Try to work your way through the maze on your own or take a hayride through it.
Cox Farms hosts their annual fall festival starting in mid-September, with a ton of awesome attractions, including slides, live music, fun tunnels, hay rides, a monster museum, and corn mazes. Come by their Fields of Fear to navigate the Halloween-themed maze at night.
High Hill Farm in Winchester, Virginia, has the largest corn maze in the area, with over three miles of path on their eight-acre cornfield. There are six different check points throughout the maze to find. Come at night to navigate under the stars and make sure to stop by the haunted house while you’re at the farm.
The Belvedere Plantation in Fredericksburg, Virginia, is home to a 645-acre heritage farm, originally built in the 1760s. Each year, their month-long harvest festival includes zip lines, straw jumps, trike track, pumpkin mountain slides, a spider web, flower cutting, and corn maze. Check their website out first to print off a map for easier maze navigation.