8 Best Corn Mazes in Rhode Island

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Rhode Island in the fall is absolutely ideal for quintessentially New England activities like apple-picking, hiking, and touring some of the loveliest lighthouses in the region. Fun fall adventures like picking the perfect pumpkin and getting lost in corn mazes in Rhode Island are about as simplistic a way to spend an autumn afternoon as can be imagined but deliver big time when it comes to prime memory-making potential.

There are plenty of great places to visit in Rhode Island; check out the corn mazes below to get started on your own memory-making fall adventure!

Cucumber Hill Farm in Foster, RI

Entrance to a corn maze with a sign reading \"Amazing Maize Maze\"

Beautiful Cucumber Hill Farm is a family-run farm that provides an excellent autumn outing opportunity with activities like pony rides, hayrides, axe throwing, bonfires, pumpkin-picking, and of course, a corn maze full of fun trivia, twists, and turns to keep you entertained as you navigate the way out!

There is a kiddie hay maze for the younger crowd and a flashlight maze for those who want to attempt the challenge after dark; the flashlight maze comes with a lantern-lit hayride, too.

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Adams Farm in Cumberland, RI

Long path through a corn maze

Adams Farm has a lot of that fun-at-the-farm energy that just screams Fall Fun, with a farm animal petting zoo, a hay mountain, hayrides on the weekends, a kid-friendly hay maze, and a 5-acre corn maze that beckons visitors to get lost awhile.

They also offer a kid-friendly corn maze and farm food trucks on the weekends. Oh, Adams Farm is also the largest pumpkin patch in the state, so chances are very good that you will find the perfect pumpkin for you and yours!

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Confreda Greenhouses and Farms in Hope, RI

A path going through a corn maze

Confreda Greenhouses and Farms has a lot going on during the autumn season, including pick your own sunflowers from their stunning sunflower fields, pick your own pumpkins from the pumpkin patch, hayrides to ride on, and an awesome 5-acre corn maze!

You’ll also find great fall staples like apple cider donuts at their farm market, and they even host an annual fall festival with rides, games, and an animal barnyard petting zoo attraction, so keep an eye out for info on the fall festival, too!

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Spring Hill Sugar House in Richmond, RI

Path through a corn maze on a sunny day

Spring Hill Sugar House is known for both its spectacular maple syrup and its cozy fall festival, and the great news is that you can get a taste of both in the fall! Pick your own pumpkins in the pumpkin patch, watch a live cider-pressing demonstration (and sample the results!), listen to some live music, check out some antique farm equipment, and of course, get lost in a corn maze!

Each year has a new theme and the corn maze is open to the public 7 days a week during the season, so if you’d like to skip the farm festival commotion, there’s plenty of time to make it out to the maze!

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Escobar Farm in Portsmouth, RI

Father and child walking through a corn maze

Escobar Farm is a beautiful farm that offers plenty of awesome autumn attractions to put you in that fun fall state of mind, like a pumpkin patch to find your perfect pumpkin, hayrides to tour the farm in, and an 8-acre corn maze that is challenging in all the right ways!

You’ll find twists, turns, bridges, and dead-ends enough to keep you laughing and loving every moment of your time “lost.” Escobar Farm also sells concessions like butterscotch lollipops shaped like an ear of corn, popcorn, and souvenir tee-shirts to commemorate your visit!

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Scary Acres in Hope, RI

Green corn plants with a sign with an arrow on each side reading \"THIS WAY\"

Just as the name implies, Scary Acres is for those looking for a corn maze that holds more frights than just running into a dead-end or two! This haunted hayride is located at Confreda Greenhouses and Farms, but don’t get it confused with the quaint fall fun of getting lost in the corn maze during the day, Scary Acres is designed for maximum fear factor and has been called “The scariest haunt in RI” by RI Haunts, so this one is not for the faint of heart!

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Salisbury Farm in Johnston, RI

Woman and child from behind walking through a corn maze

One of Rhode Island’s favorite family farms (and a RI Bucket List Must-Do), Salisbury Farm offers the full package of quintessential New England farm in the fall! Traipse through the picturesque pumpkin patch until you find the right pumpkin for you, pick your own sunflowers out of the stunning sunflower field, visit and feed the goats and their farm friends, and then hop on a hayride to head out to the 5-acre themed corn maze!

Once you’ve gotten lost and found your way out, head to the farm stand for some yummy farm-fresh snacks like candy apples and donuts.

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Clark Farms in Matunuck, RI

Aerial view of a green maze

Lovely Clark Farms is about as inviting on an autumn afternoon as a place can be, with a farm animal petting zoo, corn cannons to play with, sunflower fields to stroll through, hayrides to hop on, a pumpkin patch for pumpkin-picking, and, of course, a corn maze for getting lost in! Their flashlight maze even features campfires with free s’mores, how much more fun could you possibly have on a crisp fall night?

When you’re looking for a perfectly picturesque autumn-in-New England day, a visit to a corn maze is always in vogue. Enjoy your fun fall festivities at any one of these fabulous corn mazes in Rhode Island!

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