11 Towering Corn Mazes Across Canada That You Can Get Lost In This Fall

Time to grab some apple cider and head to the farm!

​A woman walks through a corn maze in Chilliwack, B.C. Right: A woman stands in a corn maze in Quebec.

A woman walks through a corn maze in Chilliwack, B.C. Right: A woman stands in a corn maze in Quebec.

It's that time of year to indulge in a fun fall activity! As the air gets a bit cooler and turns crisp, it's the perfect time to head to a farm and try to make your way out of a corn maze.

These corn mazes in Canada are perfect places to get lost in this season, with locations across the country and huge fields spanning several acres that you can wander through with friends for a perfect fall day.

Many of these mazes have unique designs that are changed every year, like the Edmonton Corn Maze, which pays tribute to the RCMP this year, and the Chilliwack Corn Maze in B.C., which is celebrating 25 years with its design for 2023.

Whatever the design, these corn mazes are all a challenging way to have fun during the season. Here are 11 mazes across the country to get lost in — and hopefully make your way out of — this fall.

Downey's Farm

Price: $16 per person

When: Corn maze opening September 1, 2023

Address: 13682 Heart Lake Rd., Inglewood, ON

Why You Need To Go: Downey’s corn maze has over 8 kilometres of trail to navigate through. There are 3 different games for different levels of play within the maze, making it perfect for both kids and adults alike.

After making your way through the maze, you can also partake in 25 different activities at the farm, including visiting farm animals, wagon rides, and shopping for pies and baked goods at the farm's store.

The corn maze is included in admission to the farm, and can be enjoyed from September 1 to October 31, 2023. Be sure to purchase your tickets online beforehand, as tickets aren't available for purchase at the farm's admission booth.

Accessibility: Wheelchair/stroller accessible.


Applewood Farm and Winery

Price: $13 per person

When: Corn maze opening September 16, 2023

Address: 2055 Saintfield Rd., Seagrave, ON

Why You Need To Go: This farm just north of Port Perry, Ontario, has a huge 40-acre corn maze as well as a pumpkin patch and wagon rides where you can admire the autumn scenery.

Applewood Farm and Winery's Fall Fun on the Farm runs from September 16 to October 31, 2023. During this time, you can make your way through the corn maze, pick your own pumpkins, and check out the animals at the farm's animal barn.

The farm also has a cute patio where you can enjoy drinks like blueberry cider.

Accessibility: Partially accessible.


Edmonton Corn Maze

Price: $14+ per adult

When: Corn maze now open

Address: 51529 Range Rd. 262, Spruce Grove, AB

Why You Need To Go: The Edmonton Corn Maze says it has been changing the design of its maze since 2001. This year's corn maze design celebrates the Alberta RCMP's 150th anniversary, featuring a twisting maze and a saluting RCMP officer in the field.

According to organizers, the correct path through the 5-kilometre maze can be walked in less than 30 minutes, but if you’re not great with directions, expect it to take about an hour to complete.

In addition to the corn maze, visitors can enjoy jumping pillows, mini golf and meeting farm animals.

Tickets can be purchased online, and cost $14 per adult until September 4. From September 5 to October 22, tickets are $16 per adult.

Accessibility: Wheelchair/stroller accessible.


Calgary Corn Maze

Price: $21.95+ per person

When: Corn maze now open

Address: 284022 Township Rd. 224, Rocky View County, AB

Why You Need To Go: There are so many things to do in the fall at the Calgary Farmyard, including arcade-style games, jumping pillows, wagon rides and more.

The Calgary Corn Maze is a classic attraction (and is actually Southern Alberta's biggest corn maze!). Also in September, visitors can enjoy Harvest Lights at the farm, when the farm is lit with thousands of colourful lights under the evening sky and guests can complete the corn maze in the dark.


Chilliwack Corn Maze

Price: $16 per person

When: Corn maze open now

Address: 41905 Yale Rd. W., Chilliwack, BC

Why You Need To Go: The design of this year's corn maze at Greendale Acres Farm celebrates 25 years of the farm, with the design featuring a barn sitting in a field surrounded by corn and pumpkins with the sun shining behind it.

Besides the maze, visitors to the farm can enjoy meeting farm animals, duck races, tractor hay rides, you-pick flowers, and treats like cider, roasted corn and fresh donuts made on-site.


A Maze In Corn

Price: $15.50 per person

When: Corn maze now open

Address: 1351 MB-200, Saint Adolphe, MB

Why You Need To Go: Just 10 minutes south of Winnipeg, A Maze in Corn is where you'll find Canada's longest-running corn maze, which is perfect for wandering through this fall.

While at the farm, you can also enjoy a sunflower expo, see animals at the petting zoo and enjoy hay rides and pony rides.

From September 30 to October 29, the farm also has a Haunted Forest experience where creatures of the forest come alive and lure you in with their haunting humor.

Accessibility: Wheelchair/stroller accessible.


Strawberry Ranch Maze

Price: $11 per person

Address: 325 Valley Rd., Saskatoon, SK

When: Corn maze now open

Why You Need To Go: You'll be able to get lost in the Strawberry Ranch Maze this fall, which is located just 15 minutes from downtown Saskatoon.

The maze has a new design each year. This year's maze features a giant, adorable cat among tons of twisting trails and dead ends.

At the site, there's a picnic area where you can enjoy lunch. There's also a concession selling drinks, ice cream, and snacks.


Verger Labonté

Price: $18.95 per adult

When: Corn maze now open

Address: 2291 Boulevard Perrot, Notre-Dame-de-l'Île-Perrot, QC

Why You Need To Go: You can try to find your way out of this corn maze located about an hour away from Montreal in the Montérégie region of Quebec.

In addition to the maze, there are also outdoor games that take place in the woods where you can try your hand at answering a series of challenging riddles.


Fletcher's Farm

Price: $13.90 per adult

When: Maze opening September 2

Address: 99 Rasche St., Miramichi, NB

Why You Need To Go: At Fletcher's Farm, you can make your way through the daytime corn maze or try to find your way in the dark by wandering through the corn maze at night on select dates.

There's also a haunted maze for four nights in October for those who are brave enough to enter!


Lester's Farm Market

Price: $7 per person

When: Corn maze now open

Address: 173 Brookfield Rd., St. John's, NL

Why You Need To Go: Located in St. John's, Lester's Farm Market has everything you need for a great fall outing.

Besides the corn maze, there are also wagon rides, a petting barn, other mazes and games and a market where you can find fresh produce and treats.


Riverbreeze Farm

Price: $16 per person

When: Opening September 16

Address: 660 Onslow Road, Truro, NS

Why You Need To Go: Just over an hour from Halifax, Riverbreeze Farm is home to a 12-acre corn maze as well as tons of activities perfect for fall.

There are games like human foosball and a shooting gallery, pig races, a sunflower patch, a petting zoo and even the opportunity to see pet kangaroos!

In October, the farm also has a pumpkin patch where you can look for the perfect pumpkin. For those into scares, you can also visit Fear Farm, a spooky attraction that runs on weekends and features haunted houses, mazes and even a haunted corn maze trail.

Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible.


Before you get going, check out our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your adventure.

This article has been updated since it was originally published on September 2, 2022.

Katherine Caspersz
Katherine Caspersz is a Creator for Narcity Media focused on evergreen travel and things to do, and is based in the Greater Toronto Area in Ontario.