Hathaway Farm & Corn Maze



741 Prospect Hill Road, Rutland, VT 05701 Visit Website | 802-775-2624 | info@hathawayfarm.com


Cost: Admission: $12 for ages 12 & over | $10 for ages 4-11 & seniors | 3 & under are Free Parking: Yes

Hours and Dates of Operations

  • Hathaway Farm & Corn Maze opens the last weekend in July & runs through the last weekend in October.
  • Open 6 days a week, Closed on Tuesdays & in inclement weather.
  • Hours 10am-5pm & on Saturdays open until 9pm. for admission with the maze & closing up by 11pm.


The other activities they have at the farm include the Livestock Barn where you can meet farm animals like Duke & Curly, our Haflinger horses, Clovis & Thistle, Olde English Babydoll Southdown sheep, and Lizzie & Louie their always glad to meet you Pygmy goats, just to name a few.

We raise hereford & angus beef at the farm & on the farm tours they show you their herd of cattle, explain what has been done in the past & what they are doing now on their farm. They have hayrides on the weekends & new this year, try some barbeque featuring our Their own beef.

Later in September you can pick your own pumpkins while taking in some of the most beautiful views of Vermont's foliage. Come book a stay at our "farmstay" with us anytime of the year!

Directions to the farm


7 reviews
  • August 21, 2013
    "This is a working farm and petting and observing the animals is great fun for all ages. If you have little ones, you might not want to attempt the large maze and stay with the smaller one, because you can get tired and frazzled, especially if it is a hot day. Frankly, I thought the large maze was too large and too much of a challenge and got bored wandering around in there. Some have the stamina to get through the whole thing and figure it out, but not me!! "
    - R.I. Mamma
  • October 22, 2012
    "Do Not Go if you value your childs life!!! We went this past Saturday and upon getting out of the car we walked over to see the first visible attraction sheeps. When we got there my 13 year old daughter stood to look at the sheep and put her hand on the fence and was ELECTROCUTED and fell to the ground in pain and burns to her hand!!!!!! When we told the owner she said well there are signs. Too bad I can not post pictures here because there is one paper sign 812x11 laminated and hung nearly 50 yards away from where we stood. ONE sign that because the wind was blowing was bent in half and not visible. The owner also stated well this is a working farm and probably not the farm for you!!!! She didnt ask if my daughter needed treatment. SHE DIDNT CARE!!! What if a 3 year old had leaned against the fence, or put hisher face against it to look in? Then what? DO NOT PATRONIZE THESE PEOPLE!!! My daughter has burn marks on her hand!!!!"
    - nikitansue123
  • November 11, 2010
    "The maze was a lot of fun and my family and I had a good time. I did think that some of the staff was a little 'snippy' and could have been nicer considering the price we were paying. Overall, for the price paid I didn't feel like I got my money's worth. "
    - truthbetold
  • September 30, 2010
    "What a great maze! We had a blast with people we didn't even know! The staff was extra helpful and the maze was just so much fun! There are plenty of places to sit and relax. or maybe we ended up in the same place many times With 2 young kids we skated out halfway, but we had a really great time and learned a lot along the way!"
    - mommasboys
  • May 14, 2009
    "WOW!! This place is so amazing. We go every year. It is so much fun. The Farm is beautiful, the views are spectacular. There is so much to do there, lots of animals to see, hay rides, great food, pumpkin picking, checking out the farm, but one of the best parts is the HUGE Corn Maze. Every year the Hathaways come up with a really cool theme, they give you clues from start to finish and off you go. Great Fun!!! The Hathaways are the nicest people you could ever meet. Spending a day at the Hathaway Farm is the highlight of our summer, it is so peaceful and tranquil it makes you really appreciate a real Vermont Farm. We never leave without buying some Maple Syrup and Beef, soooo good!!! "
    - Tina
  • May 5, 2009
    "A visit to the Farm was so much fun. Though I did not master the maze I had a wonderful time in the sunshine. The Hathaways are very friendly and personable. They explained what was going on as we rode to the pumkin patch. The little visitors were enthralled with th animals. They are friendly and touchable. The farm is clean neat and safe. I look forward to bringing my vacationing friends this season."
    - Lidga
  • May 2, 2009
    "Hathaway Farm Corn Maze is an awesome farm for the whole family to visit! First, they have the largest corn maze in Vermont will have you lost for a good couple of hours while you're looking for clues how to solve it reading info jokes about whatever the theme for the year is. Try it on Saturday nights under the stars! They have a little maze for youngsters too. The livestock barn is open with lots of their different farm animals including donkeys, chickens really big pigs! They raise beef so you can have a farm tour learn about how they do that as well as some of the history of the farm. Take a hayride pick pumpkins later in the fall enjoy the gorgeous panaramic views foliage. Great spot for school tours, clubs, scouts, birthday parties. Big tent for these events."
    - Emma

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