Maine Corn Maze Named Best in the USA

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Winnie the Pooh themed corn mazeTreworgy Orchards

The results were announced Friday for USA Today's 10 best corn mazes in the USA. Treworgy Orchards was in the running for the title and definitely had plenty of tough competition. Thanks to everyone that voted and helped Treworgy end up winning the title of the best corn maze in the USA. Treworgy Orchard is no stranger to this contest, having placed second in 2021 and been in the top ten for the last five years. The theme of this year's winning maze is "Winnie the Pooh".

If you would like to check out the maze for yourself, the orchard is open Tuesday through Friday from 9 a.m. until 7 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. until 7 p.m. They are closed on Mondays. Treworgy closes for the season on October 31st. They accept all major credit cards, and admission to the orchard is free, but there is an admission fee for the corn maze. Admission is $10.00 Tuesday-Friday and $12.00 on Saturdays and Sundays. Children two years old and younger are admitted for free, and there is a 15% large family discount for two adults with four or more children. Treworgy is located at 3876 Union Street in Levant, not far from Bangor International Airport.

Treworgy will have four-night mazes coming up on October 21, 22, 28, and 29th. The night maze is family-friendly; there is nothing haunted or scary about it. During the night mazes, there will also be a campfire to warm up by and lighted hayrides. Just bring a flashlight to wander through the maze. Tickets need to be reserved in advance for the night mazes, and you can do that by clicking this link. Tickets for the night maze are $15 per person, with children two years and younger admitted for free.

More Maine corn mazes to explore

Maine has no shortage of fun and challenging corn mazes to check out, and here are a few others you can have fun exploring. Once you are done finding your way out of the maze, you can buy your fall decor to decorate your house for the season. It's always nice to support our local farmers and buy locally when we have the opportunity.

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LL Bean themed corn mazePumpkin Valley Farm

Pumpkin Valley Farm, located at 100 Union Falls Road in Dayton, also has a themed corn maze, and this year the theme is the LL Bean Bootmobile. The maze is on 5 acres, and your admission also includes the jumping pillow, corn pit, two shots on the ball launchers, seeing the farm animals, a cow train ride for children ages ten and under, and other play areas. It usually takes from 45 minutes to an hour to get through the maze. The corn maze is open Saturdays and Sundays until October 30th from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. New admissions to the maze end at 4 p.m. to give you enough time to go through the maze without being rushed. Admission to the maze is $15 per person, and children two years old and younger are admitted for free. The farm also has a pumpkin patch where you can pick out your own pumpkins, along with The Rusty Bucket, which offers brick oven pizza and beer for sale from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. and the Cow Lick Cafe offers hot dogs, kettle corn, cotton candy, apple cider, and water for sale.

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Nokomis Regional High School Class A champions themed corn mazeThunder Road Farm

Thunder Road Farm is located at 185 Newport Road(Route 7) in Corinna, and they have a maze theme for 2022 honoring the 2021-2022 Nokomis Regional High School Warriors varsity basketball team for their win in the Maine Class A championships. Some of the past maze themes have included Red Sox Nation and Maine Cabin Masters. The maze is on six acres, and your admission to the maze includes a wagon ride, the cow train, a jumping pillow, and the play area. There is also a new game called "roller bowler". The maze is open on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. with the last new entry into the maze ending at 5 p.m. to allow you enough time to enjoy getting through the maze without being rushed for time. The maze closes for the season on October 30th. The maze can take over an hour to get through, but you can do it in two parts so younger children don't have to navigate the whole maze if you prefer that option. Admission to the maze is $12.00 for ages 4-59 years old, $10.00 for ages 60 and up, and free admission for children ages 3 and under. Thunder Road also has a snack shack with hot dogs, grilled cheese, popcorn, candy, homemade desserts, water, soda, juice boxes, apple cider, coffee, hot chocolate, and more for purchase.

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Aroostook County themed corn mazeGoughan's Farm

Goughan’s Farm is located at 875 Fort Fairfield Road in Caribou, and they have a maze theme honoring the Aroostook County Action Program. The maze is open Monday- Saturday from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. and on Sundays from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. Your admission also gives you a cone of farm-made ice cream. Admission is $9 per person and $3.00 for children ages five and under. The maze takes about an hour to an hour and a half on average to complete. There is also a food truck and a farm stand where you can purchase pumpkins, apples, squash, mums, and other produce and fall decor.

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