Check out some great places in Maryland for corn mazes, hayrides or launching small pumpkins out of canons!
We’ve done quite a bit of research to bring you this list of great places in Maryland where you can get lost in corn mazes, take hayrides and maybe even shoot a few pumpkins out of cannons.
Butler’s Orchard | 22222 Davis Mill Rd, Germantown
A favorite of Montgomery County residents for summer strawberry picking, Butler’s Orchard has a nice selection of pumpkins in their patch as well as hay rides, a “Twisted Corn Maze” as well as delicious food to purchase. For more information, check out their website.
Sharp’s At Waterford Farm | 4003 Jennings Chapel Rd., Brookeville
According to their website, Sharp’s At Waterford Farm is “a 530 acre working farm located in the western part of Howard County, family-owned and operated since 1903.” They offer activities for children and adults like guided tours, hayrides, and a corn maze. Oh, and the theme of their Corn Maze this year? Farm dogs!
Lawyer’s Winterbrook Farm | 13001 Creagerstown Road, Thurmont
Lawyer’s Winterbrook Farms has a couple of amazingly designed corn mazes for folks to become lost in. Plus large canons that allow visitors to shoot old, dilapidated cars and other targets using small pumpkins. For more information, check out their website.
Weber’s Cider Mill Farm | 2526 Proctor Ln, Parkville
Weber’s Cider Mill Farm, with its delicious apple cider donuts, awaits those looking to partake in fun activities on site, like an intricate maze as well as a hayride. The farm has nice assortment of fresh apples, Pecan Honey Butter, and Blueberry Pecan Honey Butter for guests to buy and take home. Learn more about their pumpkin patch and Pecan Honey Butter at their website.
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