2021 Fox Corn Maze
Open Saturday September 4th thru Sunday October 31st
Monday, Thursday & Friday 12 - 5 pm
Saturday & Sunday 10 am - 5 pm
Tuesday & Wednesday - CLOSED
Labor Day Monday 10 am - 5 pm
Columbus Day Monday 10 am - 5 pm
Last Admission is always at 4:30 pm
General Admission (13 yrs & older) : $9
Children (5-12 yrs) : $7
Seniors (65+), Military, & College Students with Current IDs : $7
4 Years & Under : Free
Groups of 15+ persons (w/ a reservation) : $7 each
Non-profit groups with a reservation &
501(c)(3) : $5 each
All Tickets Purchased On Arrival In Farm Store
Flashlight Maze Admission
(Saturday 9/18, Saturday 10/9, & Saturday 10/23)
General Admission (5 yrs & older):
$12 online ticketing only
Tickets for Night Mazes are available ONLINE ONLY for 2020. For more info & to purchase tickets please Click Here
Wagon Ride Admission
$3 each 5 yrs & older
Wagon Rides only available on Saturdays & Sundays in October as well as Columbus Day
Rides start at 12 pm. Last ride departs at 4:30 pm
About Our Maze
Welcome to our corn maze! Every year our corn maze theme encompasses something that you would see in your own back yard, be it animal, plant, reptile, amphibian, or avian. As you enter our maze you become surrounded by 8-9 ft stalks of corn, but do not fear! As you progress through your journey you will find mailboxes to help guide your path. Each mailbox contains a trivia question about the corn maze theme. Answer the question correctly and you will be directed to take the correct or shorter path. Answer the question incorrectly and you will be sent the longer way or the wrong way entirely. Our trivia is geared toward a wide range of ages from the young to the young at heart. Those that welcome more of a challenge are free to enter the corn maze through the exit where the trivia will provide no help at all.
Our crops are rotated around the farm for the health of the soil, so our corn maze is a different experience every year. Depending on the weather, the corn maze has been planted by our Belgian Draft Horses and it is almost always harvested by them. Our corn is not of the human eating variety, instead it is a feed corn used for the nourishment of our sheep flock and our horses. For that reason, it is imperative that each ear remains on the stalk in order for us to harvest it. We ask that those that visit our maze respect our crop by not picking the ears on your way through, and by not cutting through the stalks of corn, which can knock the ears of corn to the ground.
Once you complete your journey you will be welcomed back at the barn farm stand to celebrate your success. Peruse the farm's own pumpkins, fall decoratives, winter squashes, meats, eggs, and cooking oil, as well as other wonderful locally sourced products including honey and maple syrup. We look forward to sharing our farm with you this fall!
Flashlight Night Mazes
6:30 - 9 pm
$12 each ages 5+
Saturday, September 18th
Saturday, October 9th
Saturday, October 23rd
You've navigated the corn maze during the day but have you experienced what it is like to find your way in the dark?
Flashlights are not provided.
Tickets are limited for each slot.
When selecting your tickets you will select your arrival time to stagger arrival and help us socially distance. This is an arrival time, not an entrance time.
Ex: Admittance for 6:45 pm arrival starts at 7:00 pm
No exchanges or refunds. Coppal House Farm is an all-weather farm. Please come prepared for rain, sleet, snow, or other unpredictable October New England weather. In rare instances where weather conditions are forecast to be dangerous, such as lightning, flooding, or damaging winds, the event may be cancelled for the evening. Every attempt will be made to notify patrons of that night's cancellation on the website, email, and Facebook. If severe weather is forecast please check the website for announcements before coming to the event. We will make this decision as early as possible based on anticipated weather conditions, with enough time to alert everyone. Refunds due to customer cancellations will be handled on a case by case basis.
Private Maze Rentals
Our corn maze is available for your own private party rental. Gather a group of friends or family for a unique fall night out or plan a corporate event. Rentals are available any evening from our opening day until our closing day, excluding the nights of our flashlight night mazes. Our maze can accommodate group sizes of 30 to 500+. Private rentals make great Team Building opportunities, PTA events, Corporate events, or Birthday Parties. Bring your own food or bring in a caterer and make this event your own.
September (Any Night) $250
October (Sun-Thurs Nights) $250
October (Fri & Sat Nights) $350
Add on additional people for $8 each ages 5 & older
For groups of 100 or more, please call for pricing.
A NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT of $50 is due at the time the reservation is made
Private 2-hr Corn Maze Rental
Admission for 30 people ages 5 & older
Private Picnic Area with Tables
Private Restroom Area
Bonfire - bring your own sticks & marshmallows for roasting
How Do I Make A Reservation?
Reservations MUST be made in advance by calling our office at 603-659-3572.
Choose which time you would like to rent:
5 - 7 pm or 7:30 - 9:30 pm
Please specify a time when you make your reservation.
Note: Reservations cannot be made for the same nights as our Flashlight Night Maze events. Please see our Night Mazes page for the dates of this year's Flashlight Night Mazes.
Download our Rental Information Sheet Here
Download and fill out our Rental Agreement Form Here
School Field Trips
Coppal House Farm is a real working farm where students will see all aspects of farm life, crops, and animals. Our farm and corn maze are set up in a manner that encourages team building, cooperative learning, and a rewarding educational experience. As an eighth-grade educator for 27 years, Carol has helped turn this working farm into a place where there are learning opportunities for all age groups. Starting with the corn maze, there are mailboxes that contain trivia questions about this year’s theme. Our themes have encompassed the birds of the air, to the mammals & amphibians that roam our fields and woods, to plant life that you can find all over NH. Each year, a series of questions are placed into the mailboxes scattered throughout the maze to help you navigate the winding paths. We hope that some of the answers are ones that you know, while others make you think “well, I never knew that”.
In the field adjacent to the corn maze, you are welcome to plan other activities or games that follow your school curriculum. We have had school groups bring giant parachutes, plan a scavenger hunt, and have story time.
If you would like to do activities more closely related to the farm, we give presentations to groups in our barn and farm stand about the horses, sheep, & chickens; put together dried corn cobs so the students can try shelling corn as they would have had to do before mechanized equipment; or put together pumpkins so the students can paint on them (we suggest bringing permanent markers rather than paint – there is an additional cost for the pumpkins). If any of these activities interest you, please discuss them with our farm staff when you make your field trip reservation. Some activities may be unavailable depending on the season.
We provide a large picnic area outside of the corn maze with many picnic tables if you would like to bring a snack, or even stay for lunch. While we don’t have lunch items available here, we do have some snacks and treats available for purchase in our farm stand if you choose to allow the kids to buy items.
Monday, Thursday, or Friday
starting at 9 am
Closed Tuesday & Wednesday
The corn maze is not open to the general public until Noon. Field trips can last a couple of hours or you can spend the entire day.
$5 per student
We require one Chaperone for every ten (1:10) students. There is no charge for the Chaperone assigned to their group of 10 students. Additional Chaperones & Parents will pay the school rate admission.
How to make a Reservation
If you would like more information, or would like to schedule a field trip at Coppal House Farm, please call us at 603-659-3572 with your information and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Please be sure to include two possible dates for your visit.
Artisan Craft Fair
Saturday, October 16th & Sunday October 17th
10 am - 5 pm
Free to enter Craft Area
The perfect place to shop for that creative, handmade gift! Local craftsmen will be on the farm selling their handcrafted products and artisan treats. Our past fairs have boasted amazing talent, and this year is not different. Visit our Artisan Craft Fair event page on Facebook for more photos of what you can expect to find and to connect with the vendors!
Now Accepting Applications for 2021!
Applications due by April 30th, 2021
For more info & to apply CLICK HERE
For questions email
Fairy House Building
Free for All Ages
Do you have a whimsical side? Do your kids enjoy building miniature homes for fairies? Join us for an afternoon of building our very own fairy houses around Coppal House Farm. Use your imagination! Do fairies like feather beds made of chicken feathers? What do they use for plates? Perhaps some acorn tops? All of the materials are provided for this event, but you are welcome to bring some if you wish. No reservation required. This is a free event put on by Community Roots NH and hosted by Coppal House Farm
Visit The Lambs
Barns available with paid corn maze admission
Our Dorper ewe flock has started their lambing season and we have little ones for you to enjoy! While you may not be able to pat them, they sure are fun to watch as they frolic about the pen. Make sure to bring your camera and take as many photos as you'd like!
This area of the farm is free for visitors. If you choose to go to the corn maze, be sure to check in at the farm stand to pay admission and receive instructions.
Live Animal Demonstration
"Raptors, Reptiles & Mammals"
Free for All Ages
Focusing on animals that live in Maine, we will provide an in-depth introduction to the unique differences between raptors, reptiles, and mammals. Do snakes have fur? Do rabbits have scales? Are birds "cold-blooded"? Why do opossums have pouches? How do each of these animal groups adapt to our changing seasons? Using our amazing non-releasable animal ambassadors and interactive displays, the answers to these and other questions will be revealed. This hour long program will connect the audience with these beautiful ambassadors of their species as well as provide their natural and personal histories and empower audience members to help to steward the environment that we all share.
Draft Horse Photo Day
with paid corn maze admission
Everyone loves to take selfies with our beautiful Belgian draft horses, so today we would like to give you the opportunity to get a little closer! Twiggy, Ice, Charlie and Wyatt will be groomed and ready for visitors. Stand next to your favorite horse and get a picture to commemorate your visit to Coppal House Farm. We will have someone ready to take photos, so that no one will be left out. Each horse will be available during the following times, so if you have a favorite, please check the schedule.
Touch A Tractor Day
10 am - 2 pm
with paid corn maze admission
Do you or your kids love large farm implements and want to see them up close? We have lined up tractors both new and old to view and take photos with!
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I have to wear a mask while at the farm?
Yes, anyone above the age of 2 is required to wear a mask at all times while at the farm.
Are your sunflowers still in bloom?
No, our sunflowers bloom from the end of July until the beginning of August. Once they are passed bloom, the fields are closed for visiting.
Can I bring my well-behaved pet to the farm? How about if they're on a leash or if I carry them?
Sorry, but no pets are allowed on the farm.
Can I bring my emotional support animal to the farm?
Service animals are defined as working animals trained to perform tasks for the benefit of individuals with physical or mental disabilities- such as guiding people who are blind, alerting people who are deaf, alerting and projecting people prone to seizures , or other tasks directly related to a disability and are welcome at Coppal House Farm.
Dogs whose sole function is to provide comfort or emotional support do not qualify as service animals under the Americans with Disabilities Act. Coppal House Farm requires guests to leave pets at home to provide a safer and more positive experience for all attendees, including those pets.
Is your farm and the corn maze handicap accessible?
Yes, for the most part it is. Our paths in the corn maze are certainly wide enough to allow wheelchairs through, but you would need assistance in pushing it. Plan accordingly, please remember that this is an outside event with uneven terrain. Please call ahead prior to your visit to discuss your needs.
About how long does it take to go through the maze?
It take approximately 35-45 minutes to go through. Sometimes a little bit longer, especially if you get lost!
Is there a charge to go through the corn maze?
Yes. Rates may change so please check our Corn Maze page for up to date admission info.
Do you accept credit cards or checks?
Yes we do! We accept all major credit cards and local checks. Checks must include a working phone number.
My kids would like to go through the corn maze with their friends. Do I have to go in too, or can I just sit in the picnic area?
You must purchase admission for yourself and accompany your children and friends if they are under the age of 16 years old.
Is the corn maze open even if it is raining? Can I bring an umbrella?
Yes, the corn maze is open rain or shine. You are welcome to bring an umbrella into the maze! Please wear appropriate footwear & clothing. We only close the maze if the weather is not safe. Closures due to safety will be posted on this website and our Facebook page.
Can I bring my own drinks and snacks?
Yes you can! For our corn maze customers, we have a lovely picnic area in a shaded area near the maze. Picnic tables are on a first come, first serve basis. There are plenty of benches and picnic tables to sit at. We also offer a variety of drinks and snacks for purchase at our farm stand.
We're coming from about an hour or so away and would like to spend the day in the area, are there other things to do close by?
Yes, there is plenty to do! We would be happy to give you suggestions on where to eat and other places to visit while you're in the area. Just ask us when you come to the farm!
My company would like to have an employee event at Coppal House Farm, how large of a group can you accommodate?
We can accommodate small or large groups without a problem. You can schedule a private event either during public hours or after hours. We have many schools, companies and other groups come to the farm and maze. Please call us at 603-659-3572 or more information.
Will I really get lost in the corn maze?
Yes, but in a very fun way! There are educational mailboxes to help you navigate through the corn maze. If you need additional assistance, we have "corn cops" in the maze to point you in the right direction.
What else is there to do at the farm besides the corn maze?
You can also visit our beautiful farm stand! We grow the very best pumpkins, squash, gourds, straw, cornstalks, Fall Decorative Corn & more! We feature products from our own farm and local farms, as well as products from NH Made members. In the winter months, we offer public and private horse-drawn Wagon and Sleigh rides. In late July/early August we hold our Sunflower Festival.
Do you do any special events during the year?
Yes we do! We offer night time corn mazes a few times every fall, public sleigh ride events in the winter, special events during our Sunflower Festival, and we co-host a few events throughout the year with Flag Hill Distillery & Winery. See our Special Sleigh Ride events page for winter events, and our Sunflower Festival page for summer events. Check our website and our Facebook page often for other news and event info!
What happens to the Corn Maze at the end of the season?
The corn is harvested and stored in the wire corn crib beside the main barn, then used as winter feed for the livestock.
Do we have to pay for parking?
No, parking is always free on the farm.