Storrs, Connecticut

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R-Farm,LLC

353 Tobacco Street
Lebanon, CT
Directions:From Hebron, CT: Follow Rt. 66 toward Columbia.  Turn right onto Pine Street (At the blinking light before the center of Columbia)....
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Foster Family Farm

90 Foster Street
South Windsor, CT
History:The Foster Family has farmed this land since 1790. We're proud of our farming history and now we invite you and your family to spend a day ...
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Riverview Farms

91 Wassuc Road
South Glastonbury, CT
History: Riverview Farms purchased the Funk orchard off of Old Maids Lane in South Glastonbury in 1977. In a need to market our apples we began re...
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Preston Farms

92 Route 2
Preston, CT
About Us Preston Farms is a family owned and operated dairy farm, since 1923. It was established by Andrew and Anastasia Grabarek, European immigra...
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Fort Hill Farms

260 Quaddick Road,
Thompson, CT
History May 16, 1683: Land grant given to Sir Robert Thompson by the King of England. He sent his 5 children over to settle the land; he actually ...
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Scott's Yankee Farmer

436 Boston Post Road
East Lyme, CT
About Us:Wainwright and Audrey Scott founded Scott's Yankee Farmer in the 1960's. Their son, Tom, has since carried on the farming tradition.Presen...
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Buttonwood Farm Ice Cream

473 Shetucket Turnpike
Griswold, CT
About Us: Beginning in 1975, The Button Family built a dairy set-up using timber grown on the land, and an old sawmill to mill the lumber. Since t...
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Austin Brothers Valley Farm

270 West Street
Belchertown, MA
About: We are family owned, producing naturally raised pastured beef, sold by the cut or side. Customer freezer beef. Quality hay for sale. Fall c...
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Brown's Harvest

1911 Poquonock Avenue
Windsor, CT
History: Six generations of the Brown family have been farming in and around Windsor, Connecticut since the mid 1800’s. Over the years, the ...
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Corn mazes have been around for a long time, but have become increasingly more complex. Seen from the air, they can appear as anything from the logo of a favorite sports team to a whole fantasy picture. Planning the maze is an art itself, as the farmer has to map out the picture on the ground and choose a strong-stalked variety of corn to make it all come to life. There are companies who will professionally design mazes, too.

Most Connecticut farms will give you a map to help you find your way, and there are often extra "puzzles" within. If you plan to go, be sure to allot plenty of time and bring along the following supplies:

  • Good walking shoes
  • Water
  • Bug spray and sunscreen
  • A watch [you'll want to know how long it took you!]
  • The right kind of clothing [remember, you're walking through a cornfield]
  • Some mazes are open at night, in which case you'll need a flashlight.

So grab the kids and get ready to "lend an ear" [and your feet] - to the nearest Connecticut corn maze.

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