Great Vermont Corn Maze



1404 Wheelock Road, Danville, VT 05828 Visit Website | 802-748-1399 |


Cost: $20 ages 16-59 | $15 ages 60 and up | $10 ages 5-15 | 4 and under are free Parking: Yes

Big Corn Maze

Largest Maze in New England. 26 acres of fun. Big maze (a Black Diamond level maze) can take 2+ hours to hike. Consist of 3+ miles of trail, bridges, tunnel, photo ops, etc.  Recommend arriving as early as possible, no later than 1PM. Closing the largest maze in New England is a complex procedure. They begin the closing process 2 hours prior to closing so no one is allowed to enter after that time.  

BEST time for mazing is mid-August to mid-September when corn is at it's best.  Enjoyed most by adult couples and parents who enjoy adventures with their young children. 90% of teens do not enjoy mazing. Mazing is a physical and mental challenge and can be a great adventure if you are properly prepared  - proper footwear, snacks, picnic, and allow plenty of time.

Children 15 y/o and under must have direct supervision by an adult at all times.  Sorry, No PETS. No Smoking beyond your car. No Alcohol allowed on the property.


Scenic Maze:

A smaller cornfield maze that is about a 40 min walk.  This maze shows you all the neat things within the Big Maze, but without the time, effort or frustration required for solving the Big Maze.  

Children 15 y/o and under must have direct supervision by an adult at all times.  Sorry, No PETS. No Smoking beyond your car. No Alcohol allowed on the property. 



World's first Barnyard Golf, friendly dwarf goats and Lowline Angus cows. PRETENDIN play area for young children with small western style play village, 100' underground tunnels, silo climb, HIDE-N-SEEK FOREST and hay barn.  

PRETENDIN is Free with the admission to either Maze or $5 for the PRETENDIN Play area by itself.


DEAD NORTH Farmland of Terror

Sells out every year. Tickets for DEAD NORTH must be purchased online and go on sale in August.  

Occurs the first 2 Friday and Saturday nights in October ONLY.

DEAD NORTH includes a mile long walk through a dark cornfield with buildings, animatronics, special effects, professional entertainment and mostly live actors.  Tickets can ONLY be purchased from the website.


11 reviews
  • February 12, 2015
    "Absolutely amazing corn maze!!! Takes close to an hour and a half to two hours to complete so come prepared! They do have a kids maze and ways to leave the maze if you get bored. Go early to midday as they stop allowing folks in 1 12 hours before they actually close."
    - GreenMtnGal
  • August 20, 2013
    "My family loved this place!!! We have been twice because the first time we did not make it out but the second time with tips we did make it out. My children loved the barn yard."
    - Dadoftheyear1
  • August 20, 2013
    "Seriously one of the best places for a active family!!! It's a few hours of walking and exploring. The rows are large enough for strollers so bring the whole family!"
    - Vtmomma2
  • October 22, 2012
    "Such a blast. Make sure you have plenty of water and snacks as it can take as long as three hours to go through the whole maze. I enjoy the bridges as they take you up high above the corn...beautiful views!! The owners are wonderful and very friendly, too "
    - rockinrobin
  • June 14, 2012
    "We love the corn maze! We have been bring our son even before he could walk, We love the corn maze it self but the petting zoo is even better! We live pretty close so we go a few times a summer, we have been watching the facebook photos from the corn maze about the corn growing!!! "
    - Vtmomma13
  • February 2, 2012
    "Quite the drive but the fun we had made up for it. We all had so much fun. My son had loads more fun with the Kids Village and with the animals."
    - rebowman
  • September 26, 2011
    "Went for the first time this year and this is an incredible corn maze. Zero damage from Irene or the storms. Very challenging maze. The additional items like barnyard golf was a lot of fun. All in all, well worth the drive and cost to go! It may spoil you for other corn mazes. "
    - kazama
  • October 23, 2010
    "Oct 23 snowing blowing and 36F but we had an awesome time! Surprisingly there were quite a few other people there. The dry golden corn stalks were beautiful and rustled in a cool way. The maze is super hard but the owners are available to help you with clues whenever you need it. Lots of really cool features this year bells to ring, punchcards, a tunnel, bridges, a boat! generally just a terrific experience all around, worth the drive, dress warm and spend the afternoon. Kids loved it."
    - HeidiAmes
  • September 30, 2010
    "What a great way to spend a fall afternoon! We went with my almost 3 year old and 3 month old. We wandered around the big maze for a while, then tried the kids maze. Kids village is an added bonus. The drive out there is beautiful! We will definitely be back next year."
    - stephanie
  • April 13, 2010
    "What a great way to spend a fall afternoon. We had our 6 month old, our 3 yr old and my parents with us. We did the childrens maze and it was challenging enough were all the adults at times got turned around. Our daughter loved the petting zoo and the mini village. The views, once your out of the maze are beautiful. Looking forward to going back next year."
    - Hannah B
  • September 28, 2008
    "This is so worth the drive. We went during the day and to dead north. follow directions carfully becaues it is easy to get lost. Once you go to dead north each year after that they email you with a pass word that allows u to a discount. I have intruduces lots of people to this place and everyone comes back."
    - jack&jill

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