The 5 Best Corn Mazes in Delaware!
Corn is one of Delaware's top crops, so it should be no surprise that corn mazes are among the top attractions when fall comes calling. Whether you dig getting out in the sun for a day of corn field navigating or a spooky night time adventure, you’ll find it in the First State. Here are the best corn mazes in Delaware.
Established in 1995, this 12-acre pumpkin patch and eight-acre corn maze are complemented by hayrides and pumpkin painting. Learn about the agriculture of Delaware, its farmers, and food around the country. Follow new technologies and how they support food production. Also, check out the sorghum maze, or get a day pass and see it all.
Mr. Pepper's two-acre corn maze allows visitors to spend as little or as much time as they like. The maze features challenging obstacles like a suspension bridge and tunnels to “over-unders” and crossovers. For those who want a faster trip, use the maze hints to return to pumpkin-picking more quickly.
A three-generation family farm that began in 1964 now offers hayrides, a challenging corn maze, a straw maze, petting zoo, play area, face painting, and more. Also, don’t miss the on-site cafe, homemade soups and chili, the nature trail, copious amounts of mums, and bonfires at night.
Fifer Orchards six-acre corn maze features a “Wizard of Oz” trivia game, an observation deck, and bingo. Also find Beeline zip swings, face painting, rubber ducky races, tire tumblers, and straw slides. Don’t miss the mini straw maze, as well as volleyball, tractor and pony rides, farm tours bouncy houses, u-pick apples, and more.
Slaughter House Farm is a can’t-miss Halloween attractions that takes guests through garages and into a haunted cornfield known as Stalkers Field. After that, head into a huge barn known as Slaughter House Farm. Guests are greeted by chainsaws, shotguns, and other scary surprises. Living (and dead!) farm hands and frightening scarecrows roam the property.