A couple of weeks ago we shared some of the best apple picking spots in the region … this week, it’s all about escaping the corn maze. Here are six of our favorites in the area – be sure to stop at the farm stand on your way out… if you get out …

Salisbury Farm in Johnston introduced the first corn maze in New England in 1998. It’s still one of the region’s favorites and this year’s theme is “Still Truckin’ 25 Years.” Open 10-5 daily, Click here for details.

Escobar Farm in Portsmouth has a “Field of Dreams” themed maze this year, sure to keep families busy all afternoon long.  They’re open 10 – 6 daily, 255 Middle Road, Portsmouth. Details here.

Clarke Farms in Wakefield has themed this year’s maze “Alice in Wonderland.” Check out their petting zoo, pumpkin patch, hayrides and more. Open 9-5 most days, 2984 CMDR OH Perry Highway, Wakefield. Details here.

2022 Corn Maze. Photo via Escobar Farm

Cucumber Hill Farm in Foster is has opened the “Wonders of the World” themed corn maze for the season running through October 30. Open 10-6 most days. You’ll also find pumpkin picking, hay rides and axe throwing! 39 Cucumber Hill Rd., Foster. Details here.

Scary Acres at Confreda Farm in Cranston features a haunted hayride and corn maze right into November. It’s especially terrifying according to past year’s attendees, some of whom are still trying to get out… Open 10-5, 2150 Scituate Ave. Hope. Details here.

Spring Hill Sugar House in Richmond has a corn maze along with a lot of tasty treats. Open weekdays 12-5, weekends 10-5. 522 Gardner Rd., Richmond. Details here.

More fun fall events:

“Six Picks” Apple Orchards in Newport County and beyond

“Six Picks” Fall treats – The best Apple Cider Donuts in RI

Ken Abrams

Lifestyle Editor Ken Abrams writes about music, the arts and more for What'sUpNewp. He is also a contributor to Providence Monthly, SO RI, Hey Rhody and The Bay magazines. Ken DJ's "The Kingston Coffeehouse,"...