Who knew getting lost could be so fun?
Apple picking in September and October, 9am-6pm daily (last admission at 5pm). Seasonal U-pick vegetables, pumpkins, peaches, raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, strawberries, and more (call for availability). Corn maze, sunflower maze, hay pyramid, hayrides, farm animals on site, tract wagon rides, corn kingdom, moon bounce, and pony rides. Farm Store with homemade ice cream and homegrown fruits and vegetables, pies, preserves, homemade fudge, and apple cider doughnuts, and desserts. Local New Jersey meat, cheese, milk, and eggs are also available.
85 Airmont Ave., Mahwah
Pick your own pumpkins through October. Hay maze, corn maze, millet maze, apple cider doughnuts, pies, animal farm, and flower garden. Hayrides offered weekdays, 3-5pm, and weekends, 10am-4pm. Farm stand open daily, 8am-6pm. Visit Facebook page for most up to date info.
8 Route 24 (Route 513) and 15 North Road (corn maze), Chester
Pick-your-own apples in September and October, Saturday-Sunday 10am-5pm. Apples sold by the pound. Pick-your-own pumpkins start in late September. Store and greenhouse on premise (open 9am-6pm daily; greenhouse closed on Sundays). Hayrides on weekends.
1111 Mt. Kemble Ave. (Route 202), Morristown
Pick-your-own season open now through October. Weekends 9am-5pm. On premises store and bakery with homemade cider and pies, corn maze, and pumpkin slingshot. Weekend hayrides available.
1250 Lacey Road, Forked River
Four-acre corn maze, wagon rides, double hay slides, U-pick pumpkins, and more. September 15 - October 28, 2018. Saturdays-Sundays 10am-6pm. October only, Wednesday-Friday 1pm-6pm; Saturday-Sunday 10am-6pm. Admission - Wednesday-Friday $9.95 plus tax; Weekends & Holidays $11.95 plus tax.
461 Cornwall Bridge Road (Route 4), Sharon
Apple picking September through early November, daily from 8am-5pm. Blueberries and raspberries available for picking while they last. Family-fun hayrides, corn maze, and apple cider for tasting. Pre-picked fruit and vegetables, fresh-baked pies, fresh pretzels, apple cider vinegar, jam, honey, maple syrup, freshly-ground peanut butter and cider donuts available for purchase. Interactive train display in store area.
160 Munger Lane, Bethlehem
Apple and pumpkin picking September through October, 10:30am-5pm daily. Farm market with homegrown fruits and vegetables. Bakery with cider donuts and other baked goods and specialty items. Picnic areas, animal yard, hayrides, corn maze, and farm hiking trails.
415 State Route 115, Slayorsburg
Eleven-acre corn maze. “Corn helpers” throughout the maze and “tower people” to overlook the complex. Pumpkin launch, mountain slides, wagon rides, barnyard animals, hay forts, corn boxes, duck races. Open Friday-Sunday from Sep.15-Nov. 4. $9 for ages 4 and older from 11am-5pm; $12 for ages 4 and older from 5-10pm. Free for children under 5. Groups of 15 or more receive a $1 discount per person.
436 Boston Post Road (Route 1), East Lyme
Apple and pumpkin picking through late October. Open Monday-Friday 11am-5pm; weekends 10am-5 pm, Farm stand open 8am-6pm daily. Wagon rides available on the weekends from Sept. 22-Oct. 28. 2-acre corn maze on-premises. Apple doughnuts and cider available in late September.
485 Edgewood Ave., Saint James
U-pick pumpkins starting Sept. 30, 11am-5pm weekends only. Hayrides, snacks, corn maze, live music, and other activities. Farm stand with homegrown fruits and vegetables. Free parking. Free admission for children younger than 3. Live music and tasting room available on weekends (12-7pm on Saturday; 12-6pm Sunday).
26 Pinelawn Road, Melville
Pick your own pumpkins and fall vegetables through October, 9am-5pm daily. Free hayrides. Seven-acre corn maze with admission. Country store on premises. Weekend and Columbus Day activities include inflatable rides and food concessions. Haunted corn maze and haunted mansion Friday-Sunday through October.
19 Horsemill Lane, Bridgehampton (GPS: 69 Horsemill Road, Watermill)
Pick your own pumpkins, gourds, and squash through the second week of November, 10am-6pm, Thursday-Sunday, plus Monday holidays. Eight-acre corn maze. Admission: $12; $10 children ages 4-11; free for children younger than 4.
6242 Middle Country Road, Wading River
Fall Festival every Saturday and Sunday, September 22 - October 28, 9:30am-5:30pm. Five-acre corn maze, hay rides, U-pick pumpkins, kiddy trains, and more. Admission: $17 children ages 3-16; $15 ages 17 & up; $11 military/law enforcement/fire; $12 ages 65 & up.
715 Sound Ave. Mattituck
U-pick pumpkins through Nov. 1, 9am-6pm. Apple picking on weekends (and Columbus Day), 9am-6pm. Hayrides weekends only, corn maze, pony rides, farm animals, and snacks available. Fall decorations for sale. Restrooms on-site.
240 Montauk Highway, Watermill
U-pick pumpkins and apples through October, 9:30am-6pm daily. Three corn mazes, wagon rides, tractor rides, pedal cart racetrack, and more. New attractions include a giant chair for family photos, a wooden dairy barn play structure, and tractor see saws. Maze Park and apple orchard are only open on Saturdays, Sundays, and school holidays. Admission: $13.
26 Pinelawn Road, Melville
Those with young children can visit the daytime corn maze on Schmitt’s Family Farm; older kids who scare less easily should opt for Schmitt’s Haunt, which offers a mansion, stage show, and nighttime corn maze. All are haunted by a doctor who ‘lives’ at the farm, who became possessed after given a book of ancient texts by a former patient.
65 Seven Ponds Road, Water Mill
Apple, pumpkin, winter squash, and raspberry picking 9am-6pm daily through Thanksgiving. Hayrides, 5-acre corn maze, wooden toys, and picnic area. Farmers market with pre-picked fruits and vegetables, roasted corn, homemade pies, jams, and snacks. Call for availability.
270 West Lane, Aquebogue
Pick your own pumpkins through October. Hayrides, corn maze, bounce house, face painting, and pony rides on-site. Greenhouse, country store, and Snack Shack with roasted corn and apple cider doughnuts on-site. Open Monday-Friday, 12-5pm; weekends and Columbus Day, 9am-5pm. Open 9am-5pm weekdays for schools and other groups; call in advance for reservations.
134 E. Woodside Ave., Patchogue
Pick your own pumpkins through October, 9am-6pm daily. Haunted house and balloon bounce every day. Face painting, gold rush, scarecrow making, and roasted corn on weekends and Columbus Day. Birthday parties and field trips available.
1355 Boston Post Road, Guilford
203-458-7425 or 203-453-2338
Pick your own pumpkins and apples daily through late October; Call PICK line in season for daily updates, hours, and locations. Farm market with pre-picked produce, bakery, and winery on-site. Corn maze on weekends and holidays only, 10am-5pm; $6 per person. Call 203-458-7425 before visiting to make sure farm is still open for PYO (occasionally will close for inclement weather).
1911 Poguonock Ave., Windsor
Pumpkin picking in the fall, 10am-6pm daily. Mums, corn, squash, cornstalks, and fall decorations for sale, along with apple cider, homemade cider doughnuts, and fresh-baked apple and pumpkin pies. Hayrides, face painting, pumpkin painting, and children’s corn maze on weekends. Supports pacer.org, Autism Speaks, Alex’s Lemonade Stand, Andrew Races, Life Choice Donor Services, and Shriners Hospitals for Children.
25 Sugar Lane, Newtown
Pick your own pumpkins through Oct. 31, weekends, 10am-5pm. Open Columbus Day, 11am-5pm. Four-acre pumpkin patch, pumpkin launcher, 7-acre corn maze, pony rides, petting zoo, hayrides, face painting, music, and refreshments available on the weekends. Weekdays feature pick-your-own pumpkins and corn maze only. Barnyard buddies on weekends and weekdays. Reservations available for groups and parties.
461 Cornwall Bridge Road (Route 4), Sharon
Pick your own pumpkins through early November; pears through November; apples through early November. Interactive vintage model train display. Corn maze on-site. Store on-site with pre-picked produce, bakery, cider and doughnuts, pies, muffins, and honey. Open 9am-5:30pm daily, and Saturday, 9am-5pm.
Pumpkinseed Hill Farm, 130 Beardsley Road, Shelton
Pick your own pumpkins through October, call for daily times of operation. Squash, gourds, and handmade crafts available. Hayrides to pumpkin fields. Corn maze on weekends. UNICEF Family Festival on the last weekend before Halloween. Jones Winery and The Harvest Kitchen are nearby; tastings offered Thursday-Sunday, 11am-5pm.
32 Reeds Gap Road, Middlefield
Pick your own pumpkins and apples through October. Golf courses on-site. Corn Maze benefits American Cancer Society. Home of Connecticut’s largest indoor, year-round farmers market, open daily; call hotline for hours and fruit conditions.
96 Kibbe Grove Road, Somers
Pick your own pumpkins through October, weekends, and Columbus Day, 10am-5pm. $9 admission. Hay maze, corn maze, petting zoo on weekdays. Hay maze, corn maze, petting zoo, hayrides, pony rides ($6), face painting, and games on weekends. Snacks and fall decorative items for sale.
656 Bridgeport Ave., Shelton
While the corn maze at Wells Hollow Farm is open from late September through October during the day and at night (reminder: bring your flashlight!), you’ll want to save time to savor one of more than 50 flavors of ice cream from the creamery on the 3,000-square-foot patio. Look out for seasonal fall flavors.
670 Daniels Farm Road, Trumbull
The corn maze at this beloved farm changes annually, but it becomes no less popular – owner John Plasko says about 300 kids a day navigate through it. Admission is for a good cause: $1 from each ticket is donated to Swim Across the Sound, an organization Plasko chose on behalf of a customer’s cancer survival (and his own).