Treworgy's corn maze is the longest continually running corn maze in Maine. 

Since 2001, we have been delighting the our visitors with this fall tradition, always in a new, surprising design. From the one that started it all, the giant piece of popcorn in 2001, to today each year’s design seems to out-do the last. Check out pictures of past mazes in the cafe, or at the bottom of this page.

And to make the experience even more fun, we include a special map with riddles to figure out as you visit “stations” inside the maze. When you complete the puzzle and bring your ticket to the cafe, you’ll receive a free kiddie vanilla, chocolate, or twist soft-serve ice cream cone!

Find the center of the maze and sign your name on the Hall of Fame Board.

Ready for the next challenge? Come visit us for our yearly Night Maze.

No matter how you tackle the maze, you’ll always find a way out — eventually — and we know you’ll have a great time trying.


Adults: $9.00
Children 3-12: $8.00
Children 2 and under: FREE

Large families receive a 15% discount (two adults with four or more children)

Groups of 10 or more paying with one payment receive a 15% discount 

How We Make The Maze

Each year’s maze begins with an idea for a design, and our whole family participates. Once we have a theme, it’s time to plant. 

We plant the cornfield, carve out the pathways, create maps, and set up the “stations” with riddles.

About 60,000 corn plants make up each 4-acre maze, and most of the stalks grow up to 10 feet tall. The extra height makes the maze more challenging and fun!

When the maze season ends, we till the stalks back into the ground to increase the soil’s fertility for next year. 

A Look Back at the Oldest Corn Maze in Maine