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This Fog-Filled Horror Maze In Ontario Is A Pure Nightmare & It's Even Bigger This Year

You'll come face-to-face with terrifying monsters and holograms.

Grimm Grounds Haunted Maze In Ontario Is A Real Life Nightmare

Spooky season is just around the corner, and this year, you can get lost in a pure nightmare by visiting this terrifying event.

Grimm Grounds Hallowe'en Attraction is a theatrical horror maze located at Georgian Bay Park in Tiny, and it's opening for its third year from October 9 to 31, 2021.

The chilling event is available as both a daytime and nighttime experience and consists of 10-foot high corridors, disorienting fog, monsters, and more.

The maze is even bigger and creepier this year, with additional scare actors, props, sets and newly added holograms for a truly nightmarish adventure.

You can also visit the bonfire, spooky town setup, and lookout tower, or watch a Halloween movie at the outdoor theatre.

Tickets are available online, so get ready to scream.

Grimm Grounds

Grimm Grounds

Price: $7 + per person

When: October 9 - 31, 2021

Address: Georgian Bay Park, 4230 Crossland Rd., Tiny, ON

Why You Need To Go: Step into a nightmare at this horrifying maze in Ontario, where you'll be met with monsters, fog and more.


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

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