Have an “a-MAZE-ing” time in Warwick at the Wright Family Farm

Visitors have 120 acres to explore, including a thoroughly confusing corn maze.

News 12 Staff

Sep 24, 2020, 7:48 PM

Updated 1,369 days ago


Fall fun is in full swing in the Hudson Valley, and what better way to celebrate the season than with a road trip to Wright Family Farm in Warwick.
The farm has been owned and operated by the Wright family since 1912. Today, visitors have 120 acres to explore including a thoroughly confusing corn maze. “You can spend half of a day wandering around in the two mazes, I guess they’re both five acres, roughly five acres, probably about 3 miles of paths,” says owner John Wright.
If you’re not too good with directions, don’t worry because you’ll have plenty of help from trivia questions bringing you on a scavenger hunt to the right path.
The Wrights also say that all the space helps with social distancing concerns. “Being that we have all this space, we don’t require masks as long as there’s enough space. And the width of these paths has been doubled in size to help with social distancing.”
Once you find your way to the exit of the corn maze, grab a wagon and head to the pumpkin patches!
You’re bound to find a favorite since there are two separate fields, giving you endless options in all shapes and sizes!
Before you wrap up your day, enjoy some unique entrainment at the barnyard!

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