13 Corn Mazes All Across Canada That Are Perfect Places To Get Lost In This Fall

They a-maze-ing and a-maize-ing!
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Corn Mazes In Canada That Are Perfect Places To Get Lost In This Fall

It's that time of year! These corn mazes in Canada are so beautiful and they're the perfect places to get lost in this fall. If you're looking for an adventure and a challenge this season, look no further.

With autumn upon us, there are so many things to do to celebrate the season while also staying safe.

You can take a road trip along scenic routes to see fall colours, sip on boozy autumn-themed drinks, pick the perfect pumpkin or snack on tasty seasonal treats.

Or you can head to a corn maze, a fall staple.

These winding trails with towering corn stalks are perfect places to get lost in this fall.

With some, you have to answer trivia questions to find your way out and others let you go through at night if you're up for a spooky challenge.

They're both a-maze-ing and a-maize-ing. Get it?

Here are 13 corn mazes across Canada, with at least one in every province, that you should explore!

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Chilliwack Corn Maze

Price: $12.75 for adults

When: Until October 31

Address: 41905 Yale Rd. W., Chilliwack, B.C.

Why You Need To Go: It's a perfect place to escape to during autumn. Plus, you can bring your dog! This year's theme is all about being together even when we're apart which is just so sweet.

Bose and Sons Family Farm

Price: $7.50 for adults

When: Until October 12

Address: 64th Ave. & 156th St., Surrey, BC

Why You Need To Go: This maze has been around since 1999 and it's pretty intense. It takes about an hour to get to the end and you answer trivia questions along the way. You can also go through the maze at night which is a must-try!

Kraay Family Farm

Price: $14.76 for individuals all-day access

When: Until the end of the season

Address: Site 6 Box 9 RR 1, Lacombe, AB

Why You Need To Go: You have to answer trivia questions to find your way out of the 15 acres of twisting and turning corn stalk trails. Getting lost never sounded like so much fun.

Cedar Creek Gardens

Price: $10 for everyone over two years old

Address: Highway 6, Regina, SK

Why You Need To Go: Not only can you wander through an eight-acre corn maze that's split into two, but you can also take a hayride which is just peak autumn.

Deer Meadow Farms

Price: $14 for adults

Address: 21 155 Springfield Rd., Winnipeg, MB

Why You Need To Go: You can make this maze even more fun by splitting up in different directions and trying to find each other. There are 10 acres to go through which is about 435,600 square feet so it'll probably take longer than you expect.

Boonstra Farms

Price: $15 for the fall maze and $17 for the Halloween maze

When: Until October 16 and then the last three weekends in October

Address: Box 214, Stonewall, MB

Why You Need To Go: Murray's Maze at Boonstra Farms is 10 acres of corn stalks for you to get lost in. A special Halloween maze starts on October 17 and is open the last three weekends in October. Spooky!

The Hanes Corn Maze & Tiny Shop Bakery

Price: $17 for adults

When: Until the end of October

Address: 1001 Highway #5 W., Dundas, ON

Why You Need To Go: If you want to completely escape into a corn maze, this is the one. The towering corn stalk walls are 12 feet tall. There are checkpoints along the way with puzzles and a wheel you can spin to win a prize.

Verger Labonté

Price: $16.95 + taxes for adults

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

Why You Need To Go: This labyrinth of a corn maze is all about time travelling so if you want to escape 2020, you should come here! There are riddles you have to solve to get through it. Plus, you can add apple picking to your reservation for the full fall experience.

Hunter Brothers Farm

Price: $8.95 on weekdays and $10.45 to $11.95 on weekends

When: Until October 30

Address: 8534 Main St., Florenceville-Bristol, NB

Why You Need To Go: There's a multiple-choice trivia game with 10 question stations are hidden throughout the maze. At a bridge in the maze, there's a challenging question. You have to really earn your way out of this one.

Mackenzie Produce

Price: $7 per person

Address: 10971 Trans-Canada Hwy., Stratford, PEI

Why You Need To Go: This is such a beautiful maze that you can wander through for some peace and tranquillity and fall vibes.

Noggins Corner Farm Market

Price: $12 per person

When: Until November 1

Address: 9969 Hwy #1, Greenwich, NS

Why You Need To Go: You can make your way through the eight-acre corn maze but there is also a mini Maze with four different quests. Plus, there's so much more to do after you're done the maze, like munching on snacks from a food truck and a family area.

Riverbreeze Farm & Corn Maze

Price: $15 per person

When: Saturdays and Sundays until November 1

Address: 660 Onslow Rd., Truro, NS

Why You Need To Go: This maze takes it a step further with "Farm Scene Investigation." At six different locations within the corn stalk trails, there are clues that will help you figure out whodunnit at the end.

Lester's Farm Market

Price: $5 per person on weekdays and $7 per person on weekends

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

Why You Need To Go: This is a way to enjoy the outdoors and the fall season but you're asked to keep a two sheep distance between bubbles in the maze. There's also a moonlight maze happening on some nights this month where you can go through at night for an even bigger challenge!

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