You don't need to wait for the leaves to change colour to enjoy Edmonton's corn mazes. One of them just opened and it's full of fall vibes. You can already smell the pumpkin spice. 

The Kraay Family Farm is in Lacombe, one hour and 40 minutes outside the city. There you'll be able to have fun getting lost in their incredible giant corn maze.

Make sure you are ready for a challenge. Within the maze, there are six and a half kilometres of paths you'll need to navigate to find your way to the exit. 

The labyrinth of plants is so gigantic you should plan for at least one and a half hours to complete it all. But you don't need to do it all at once.

It is split into several sections so that you can take a break between them.

When navigating through climb up one of the bridges in the middle. They will not only help you find the way to the finish but enjoy the beautiful design too.

This year the design is the outline of Alberta, with the province's crest and the message "#albertacares."

The Kraay Family Farm told Narcity, "As a family and with our farm we wanted to help spread the message of kindness and treating each other well all the time, but especially during this time of Covid."

While visiting, you'll also want to try some of the 40 different attractions.

Some not to miss sights including the cheerful five-acre sunflower maze, new parakeet enclosure, zip line, and cute farm animals. 

There is so much to see and do you can spend the entire afternoon having the best time ever.

Entrance tickets are $15.50 and can be purchased online. The farm will be open now until Saturday, October 17.

Eager to go? Why not make plans with your friends now to go on your next day off.

Kraay Family Farm

Price: $15.50

When: Until Saturday, October 17

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

Why You Need To Go: Inhale the scents of late summer and fall at their corn maze and sunflower maze.


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