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9 Massive Corn Mazes In Ontario That You Can Explore With Your BFF

It might be corny, but adventure awaits. Here are all the corn mazes In Ontario that you will want to explore with your best friend.

From late summer till late October is the perfect time to put on your cozy flannel and have fun getting lost in an outdoor labyrinth. There are so many unique designs, including one with an adorable Disney theme.

Strom's Farm & Bakery

Price: $9.50+ per person

When: September 22 until October 31

Address: 5089 Wellington Rd. 32, Guelph, ON

Why You Need To Go: Here there is a 6-acre corn maze with 5 kilometres of paths inside. On the weekends, you can also try their pumpkin spice donuts and try the wagon ride.


The Hanes Corn Maze & Tiny Shop Bakery

Price: $17 per person

When: From August 27

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

Why You Need To Go: There is so much to see and do at this adorable farm. You can try to escape the 20-acre corn maze, visit the 7.5-acre sunflower maze until late September or get your jack-o-lantern supplies at the pumpkin patch.


Downey's Farm Market

Price: $15 per person

When: August 6 until October 31

Address: 13682 Heart Lake Rd., Inglewood, ON

Why You Need To Go: This farm doesn't have your average corn maze. Instead, there are 8 kilometres of trails that will lead you to three games. At the farm store, you can also satisfy your sweet tooth with their pumpkin donuts and pies.


Applewood Farm & Winery

Price: $12 per person

When: September 18 until October 31

Address: 2055 Saintfield Rd., Sunderland, ON

Why You Need To Go: If you are up for a challenge, they have a gigantic 40-acre corn maze this fall.


Thamesville Maize

Price: $13 per person

When: September 4 to October 31

Address: 12768 Longwoods Rd., Thamesville, ON

Why You Need To Go: This farm has a clever design for its 10-acre maze. It is split in the middle so that you can take a break between sides.


Cooper's CSA Farm

Price: $15 per person

When: From September 4

Address: 266 Ashworth Rd., Zephyr, ON

Why You Need To Go: They have an adorable 10-acre corn maze with a dog theme, and on Saturdays, you can purchase a dog pass and explore it with your pet.


Wynn Farms

Price: $8.50 per person

When: August 20 to October 31

Address: 8191 Hwy. 33, Greater Napanee, ON

Why You Need To Go: Not only can you visit their maze in the day but the night too. The farm offers a moonlight corn maze experience, where you can try to find the way out with only a flashlight to illuminate the twisting paths.


Ouimet Farms Adventure

Price: $17 per person

When: July 24 to end of October

Address: 63 Main St. W., Vankleek Hill, ON

Why You Need To Go: This Disney-themed corn maze also has a fun scavenger hunt inside where you need to search for hidden map pieces.


Cricklewood Farm

Price: $9.00 per person

When: From August 14

Address: 14953 County Rd. 2, Brighton, ON

Why You Need To Go: They have two corn mazes, one is 7 acres, and the other is around 1 acre. The farm also has a pick-your-own apple orchard and a pumpkin patch.


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