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What's Your Favorite Corn Maze?

With pumpkin picking season in full swing, corn mazes offer fun for all ages.

Harvest times means pumpkin picking, candied apples, roasted corn, scarecrows -- and a bevy of corn mazes sure to delight kids of all ages.

When you're out visiting the East End, do you head first to Harbes? With a cornucopia of choices including the Frontier Land and western corn maze at Harbes Western Farm in Jamesport, the Harbes Farm and Vineyard Family Farm location in Mattituck, and the Harbes Haunt Nights in the Moonlight Maze in Riverhead -- there's a surefire maze to suit every fun seeker.

Is your corn maze of choice found at Gabrielsen's Country Plant Farm in Riverhead? Or does your family head to Krupski's Vegetable and Pumpkin Farm in Peconic or Stakey's Pumpkin Farm in Aquebogue?

Maybe your family tradition centers on Lewin Farms in Wading River. Or, on the South Fork, perhaps your kids beg for a visit to Hank's Pumpkintown in Water Mill.

Patch wants to know your family's favorite corn maze. Tell us which you like best -- and why -- in the comments section. And if you have a favorite we haven't mentioned, tell us about the corn maze you can't forget.

Lon Cohen October 15, 2012 at 02:56 PM
Harbes! We went this weekend and had a great time.
nelson a. walter October 15, 2012 at 03:24 PM
my favorite maze is on sound ave at fox hollow farms plus they have real corn fields the rothcamps are great east enders farmers you should stop by and say hello neighbor

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