Corn Maze

Dates & Times 2017

Opens Saturday, September 16th

9/16 – 11AM – 5PM (Sat.)
9/17 11AM – 5PM (Sun.)
9/22 5PM-9PM (Fri.) ***HERO NIGHT ***
9/23 – 11AM – 10PM (Sat.)
9/24 – 11AM – 5PM (Sun.)
9/29 – 11am – 10PM (Fri.)
9/30 – 11AM – 10PM (Sat.)
10/1 – 11AM – 8PM (Sun.)
10/6 – 11AM – 10PM (Fri.)
10/7 – 11AM – 10PM (Sat.)
10/8 – 11AM – 10PM (Sun.)
10/9 – 11AM – 5PM (Mon. Columbus Day)
10/13 – 11AM – 10PM (Fri.)
10/14 – 11AM – 10PM (Sat.) ***PINK OUT ***
10/15 – 11AM – 8PM (Sun.)
10/20 – 11AM – 10PM (Fri.)
10/21 – 11AM – 10PM (Sat.)
10/22 – 11AM – 8PM (Sun.)
10/27 – 11AM – 10PM (Fri.)
10/28 – 11AM – 10PM (Sat.)
10/29 – 11AM – 8PM (Sun.)
11/3 – 11AM – 10PM (Fri.)
11/4 – 11AM – 10PM (Sat.)
11/5 – 11AM – 8PM (Sun.)

HERO NIGHT – $10.00/each ages 4 and older 
100% Given to the Local Fire and Police

PINK OUT – Mazezilla Turns Pink in order to
Benefit and Support Breast Cancer and the
Local Pink Heals  

Corn Maze

Mazezilla Corn Maze in the Poconos

Sometimes it’s fun to get lost. Sometimes a little “cornfusion” can be exciting. The eleven acre PA corn maze at Mazezilla provides a safe yet stimulating challenge for all visitors. Every year is different. Every visit is different. We take you out to the maze in a tractor-driven wagon. Entering the maze is a chance to challenge your puzzle-solution skills. We do not leave you without help. There are “corn helpers” throughout the maze. “Tower people” overlook the complex.

Corn Maze

Prices

11AM-5PM

  • $9.00 for ages 4 and older

5PM-10PM

  • $12.00 for ages 4 and older

Free for children under 4

Groups of 15 or more receive a $1 discount per person

Corn Maze

Corn Maze

Mazezilla has tons of fun for the whole family including our wagon rides, pumpkin patch, produce stand, pumpkin launch, mountain slide, straw fort and corn box, barnyard animals and more!

See more about our Family Fun at Mazezilla!

Many of our happy visitors and local news teams have posted photos and videos online showing what a great time they had at Mazezilla. Here is one of our favorites, a great video from 2012 from a very enthusiastic visitor: