21 Higbie Road, Middlebury, CT 06763.
The South Farms Corn Maze overlooking the homestead's barnyard, features a farmland trailway leading along one of Litchfield County's most historic stonewalls built in 1895 by the gentleman farmer Sherriff Turkington, a sunflower garden entrance, and nearly 2-miles of GPS precision cut trails. From the sky, travellers will enjoy patterns of fall pumpkins and a giant South Farms logo etched into the cornfield landscape. The maze consists of two trails; a primary trail with 6-checkpoints for explorers to discover and a second smaller maze for younger children.
On Saturdays at the maze starting September 19th, the AmandaBakes Airstream food trailer will be onsite with offerings of hot cider, coffee, and cocoa in addition to Warm Apple Crisp with homemade whipped cream and made from scratch seasonal cookies. Regularly on Sundays, in addition to the AmandaBakes Airstream, corn maze guests can stop at The Morris Marketplace for a bite to eat at the Marketplace Grill and pick-up the freshest selection of foods at the areas farmers' market on a real working farm.
Hours, Details, and Directions
The maze opens for the season in the late summer. Special hours and private events can be arranged for larger groups during off-hours, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Parking and ticketing for the maze is located at the South Farms "White Barn" parking lot at: