Surviving a 10 Acre Corn Maze in NJ

Imagine trying to navigate through 10 acres of corn maze! You can do just that at Stony Hill 10 Acre Maze in Chester NJ. This is not your ordinary maze! Every year, the farm chooses a theme and the maze is cut to represent that theme visually. Past mazes include Pirates, Ancient Egypt, Dinosaurs, the Outback, the Rainforest, and Great Trains.Your ticket admits you to all five of our mazes: 10 acre Maze, Mini Maze, Rope Maze, Barnyard Boardgame, and Tile Maze. This year’s theme is “BEE aMAZEd”. The maze takes between one and three hours to navigate. After the maze, shop at their ring drinks and a snack (or you can purchase them at the Farm Market for pumpkins, fresh produce and baked goods.

Tips for Survival: Bring sunscreen (even if it seems cloudy), wear a hat and comfortable walking shoes. Pack a drink and snack too.

Or explore the Night Maze that is open after 6PM when it all gets a little creepier. Children under 18 must be accompanied by a parent. 
Tip for Surviving the Night Maze:
Bring a flashlight and make sure your phone is charged!!! And wear comfortable walking shoes that you won’t mind getting muddy. Pack a water and snack too. You could be in there for awhile.

The Maze Fun Park is open through November 10th, 2019. Tickets start at $13.99. Click for more info or call (908) 879-2908.

STONY HILL MAZE FUN PARK, 15 North Road . Chester, NJ . 908-879-2908

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