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10 Cool Corn Mazes to Check Out in South Jersey — Before It’s Too Late

South Jersey is the place to be for all your corn maze cravings, but time is running out. Many of these mazes close after Halloween, so take your pick – and try not to get lost!

 

The Educational

Springdale Farm Corn Maze

 

Springdale Farms
Twists and turns around these stalks will lead you on an adventure to learn about the traditions of the Lenape Native American tribe. Make your way through the maze to find pictures, clues and games.
Saturdays and Sundays, 10 am to 4 pm
Until November 6
Cost: Adults (13+), $10; kids (4-12), $8.50
1638 Springdale Road, Cherry Hill
856-424-8674

 

 

The Themed

V & V Adventure Farm Corn Maze

 

V & V Adventure Farm
At V & V Adventure Farm, getting lost among the corn isn’t a bad thing. This year’s 11-acre maze is shaped like a spider and a web with dozens of twists and turns. Step into the web and exit with great memories.
Saturdays and Sundays, 11 am to 4:15 pm
Cost: (4 years +), $11 (cash Only)
1339 Old Indian Mills Road, Shamong
609-801-2495

 

Sahl’s Father Son Farm
Every year, this family farm dedicates its corn maze to a regional icon, and this season, it’s all about Cape May County Park & Zoo. Check out the miles of trails that create the giraffe, lighthouse and antelope silhouettes in the corn while you complete challenges with the whole family.
Monday through Friday, 4 to 9 pm; Saturday, 10 am to 9 pm (closed on Wednesdays and Sundays)
Ticket booth closes every day at 7 pm
Cost: $10; family of 5 or more, $9 per person; groups of 15 or more, $8 per person
420 West Pestalozzi Street, Galloway
609-965-9300

 

 

The Haunted

R and J Farms
Keep an eye out for the chainsaws when you enter the cornfield of terror. Not for the faint of heart, this trail will leave you breathless. If hauntings and screams aren’t for you, visit the trail during the day, when it’s a one-mile trek to find 12 stations and fill up the map.
Fridays and Sundays, dusk to 10 pm
Saturdays, dusk to 11 pm
Until October 30
Cost: Adults, $14; kids 10 and under: $10
732 W. Herschel Street, Egg Harbor City
609-593-6180

 

 

For the Kids

Corn Maze

 

Creamy Acres
Let’s face it, getting through a corn maze can be hard work. When you finish Creamy Acres’ Olympic-themed kiddie maze, you get a prize at the end. You can only get to it via the farm’s hayrides during the week, so move fast to get the gold.
Monday through Friday, 1 to 4 pm
Until October 31
Cost: $5
448 Lincoln Mill Road, Mullica Hill
856-223-1669

 

Maugeri Farms
Maugeri Farms lets its youngest guests feel a little more grown-up in their hay bale maze. Two hundred bales of hay create a maze that parents can watch over while the little ones find their way out all on their own.
Saturdays and Sundays, 10 am to 4:30 pm
Cost: $3
602 Oldmans Creek Road, Woolwich
856-294-9900

 

Indian Acres Tree Farm
Make your way through another hay bale maze at Indian Acres Tree Farm. It’s located in the farm’s free play area, so kids can go through as many times as they want – and there are plenty of other activities to enjoy when they get tired of the straw.
Saturdays and Sundays, 10 am to 6 pm
Ends Oct. 30
Cost: free
111 Tuckerton Road, Medford
609-953-0087

 

 

The Classics

Johnson's Locust Hall Farm Corn Maze

 

Johnson’s Locust Hall Farm
Need some new family photos? Explore Johnson’s Locust Hall Farm for each photo-op station and punch holes in your map as you go. You’ll have to get all the way through the maze to find out what a completed map gets you though – we wouldn’t want to ruin the surprise.
Saturdays and Sundays, 10 am to 4 pm
Until Oct. 31
Cost: $4.50
2691 Monmouth Road, Jobstown
609-353-9000

 

Duffield’s Farm
Spend your Saturday meandering through the rows of corn at Duffield’s Farm. The farm is only open one day a week until October 31, so get there before time runs out.
Saturdays, 10 am to 5:30 pm
Ends October 31
Cost: $3
280 Chapel Heights Road, Sewell
856-589-7090

 

Lehner’s Farm
The Cape May County 4-H Foundation is putting on its second-annual corn maze at Lehner’s Farm. There are only two weekends left to find your way through the five-acre maze and enjoy the rest of the festivities.
Saturdays and Sundays, 11 am to 4 pm
Cost: $5 (children under 2 are free); families of 5 or more: $20
175 Route 47 South, Dias Creek
609-465-5115, ext. 605

 

Once you’ve mastered these corn mazes, check our pumpkin picking guide to take home the perfect pumpkin.

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