Don't worry, Stephen King's 'Children of the Corn' was not inspired by any of these corn stalk labyrinths. The only thing scary about these Maine mazes is the potential to lose your way!

Here's a list of our favorite corn mazes in the state! They are in no particular order:

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    Thunder Road Farm

    185 Newport Road (Route 117), Corinna

    This years maze is very Halloween-ey. The farm also hosts many other activities including hayrides, cow train, tricycle races, duck races, and more. For admission prices and times visit their website.

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    Treworgy Family Orchards

    3876 Union St, Levant

    Their theme this year is “The Good Knight and the Dragon.” This maze is a little different this year in that you have to answer some pretty tricky questions on your way through. This is a very kid friendly maze and even comes with free ice cream! Of course there are live animals like goats to pet as well as, apple and pumpkin picking. Be sure to visit their orchard cafe too! More details can be found here.

  • Ricker Hill Orchards

    295 Buckfield Road (Route 117), Turner

    Not only is there a corn maze here but don't forget to grab some fresh goodies from their full bakery and farm market store or pick your own apples and pumpkins. Find out about their self guided tours though Cranberry bog and more here.

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    Pumpkin Valley Farm

    100 Union Falls Road, Dayton

    This is most likely the most difficult maze in the state. Covering over 6 acres, the K-9 Heroes maze offers an early exit point for those too overwhelmed by the challenge of the maze. To find out about other fun stuff at the farm visit their website.