There’s lots to do at Mike’s Maze! We offer many long-time fan favorites as well as new attractions each year!

All visitors pay a general admission rate to enter the farm grounds. General admission at Mike’s Maze gives you access to our 8-acre maze experience and an epic playground for kids of all ages. Also included is our Camera Obscura, Petting Zoo, and more! Make your visit a full day event by adding on some of the and enjoying eats and treats at the optional Attractions and our Corn Cafe! 

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the corn cafe

french fries

You’ll need nourishment to have the energy for all the attractions and activities at Mike’s Maze. We’ve got that!

The Corn Cafe is open on Saturdays and Sundays with a full menu. Snacks and beverages are available on Fridays. Specially prepared with Warner Farm produce, from burgers to sweet treats, you’ll find all you need to keep fortified to spend the day with us. There are plenty of picnic tables for you to take a break and relax while you power-up for more fun!

corn cafe menu

Farm Fare Grill Favorites

  • Hamburger
  • Cheeseburger
  • Hot Dog
  • Chicken Fingers
  • Black Bean Veggie Burger Veg
  • Quesadilla with Salsa Veg
  •     add sour cream
  •     add guacamole
  •     add grilled veggies
  • Grilled Cheese Veg
  •     with tomato
  •     with tomato & jalapeno
  •     with grilled veggies
  • Add fries to grill favorite


  • Millstone Market Corn Chowder Veg
  • Millstone Market Chili

Cider Drinks

  • Hot Cider
  • Cold Cider
  • Cider Slushie

Hot Sides

  • Handcut French Fries Veg
  • Sweet Potato Fries Veg
  • Onion rings Veg
  • Fried Okra Veg

Snack Sides

  • Cider Donuts Veg
  • Cookies
  • Chips
  • Kettle Corn (small) GF
  • Kettle Corn (medium) GF
  • Kettle Corn (large) GF
menu items subject to availability, pricing subject to change


Mike’s Maze is so much more than just a corn maze! These attractions are included with the price of your ticket:

  • Giant Slide
  • Jump Pad
  • Climbing Tower
  • Tractor Tire Sand Box
  • Swing Set
  • Duck Races
  • Marble Runs
  • Camera Obscura
  • Petting Zoo (extra to feed the animals)

The Pasture

Also included in Mike’s Maze admission is access to the Pasture Playground! Kids love to race down the giant double tube slide, bounce around on the inflatable jump pad, race rubber duckies, play giant versions of games like chess and Jenga, and climb around on real tractor tires! There’s no age limit—you can play too!

These attractions will cost you some tokens: (Tokens are $2.50 a piece.)

Potato Cannon: 1 token = 5 shots; 2 tokens = 12 shots

Pedal Carts: 1 token = 5 min

Rolling tubes: 1 token = 1 race

High Striker: 1 token = 2 swings to win

Wagon ride (on select weekends): 2 token = a 10 min ride

Face Painting (on select weekends): outside vendor, prices vary per design


Camera Obscura

View the maze from the perspective of our walk-in dark chamber optical device.


Potato Cannons

Potato cannons, potato blasters…or Spudnik Blasters. No matter what you call them, they are fun! Test your aim by seeing if you can hit targets over 100 feet way. Hit the right target and you could win a prize!


Dave's Derby

Race around Dave’s Derby on person-powered four-wheel carts! They come in two sizes, so both adults and kids can take a ride around the track.


Wagon Rides

Enjoy a scenic ride around the maze and Warner Farm. The view of Mt. Sugarloaf and the fall foliage while riding in a tractor-drawn wagon, is a favorite of many of our annual visitors.


Petting Zoo

Who doesn’t love baby animals! We’ve got goats, alpacas, calves, lambs, piglets and more!


Face Painting

Add a little sparkle to your visit! We are happy to welcome Wicked Fun Faces to paint eye catching and fun designs, in the most vivid colors.

2015 mikes maze tatertot

The Great Potato Cannon Controversy

Back many years ago when Mike first got his potato cannons, it caused quite a stir. The word on South Main Street in Sunderland was that Mike’s Two New Potato Cannons, imported all the way from the great state of Michigan, might be too big for the peace-loving Pioneer Valley. (Some say they look exactly like the Rebel Blasters in The Empire Strikes Back — used on the ice planet Hoth to repel Imperial Stormtroopers.) Yes, they are big. Yes, they can really really fire potatoes. Yes, Mike is worried that he might look a warmonger to his neighbors.

Nothing Could be Farther From Mike’s Mind.

What is on Mike’s Mind then?

Potato Salad. What could be more peace-loving than potatoes put to good use? Chopped up while still steamy, stirred together with free-range organic mayo? With sweet onions from Warner Farm’s CSA boxes? A little cilantro maybe, celery, salt pepper. Potato salad, we heard, was Gandhi’s favorite food.

Tater Tots. When you think of Tater Tots you think of childhood around the fire, stray tots falling in the flames. It’s ok. The dog will eat the burnt ones.

Mash Potatoes = grandma, right? And was your grandmother a warmonger? We all know the answer to that.

And so it was put to a vote at the Maze that season. The potato cannons became potato blasters and received a nifty new paint job.