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Ontario's Pirate Corn Maze Is Filled With Games You Need To Solve To Get Out

The maze even has a bridge and lookout platform!
Pingle's Harvest Festival In Ontario Has An 8 Acre Pirate Corn Maze

Ahoy, matey! You can get lost in a sea of corn at this autumn attraction. A brand new fall celebration is opening soon, and it's filled with drool-worthy treats, pumpkin fields, and pirate-themed adventures. Set sail for Pingle's Harvest Festival in Ontario this season, and indulge in some swashbuckling fun. 

There's some good news for all the fall-obsessed folks out there. 

A brand new Harvest Festival is taking place this year, and you can get your fill of all the seasonal essentials.

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Pingle's Farm Market is hosting its first-ever Harvest Festival, and there's so much to do.

Located an hour and a half outside of Toronto, the event will run from September 12 to the end of October.

The festival features lots of harvest activities, from a corn maze to sprawling apple orchards.

This isn't your regular corn maze. The 8-acre field is pirate-themed, and you'll feel as disoriented as Captain Jack Sparrow as you try and navigate the pathways.

New, interactive elements have been added to the maze this season.

Before entering, you'll watch a short film in the viewing tent and meet some real-life pirates.

Twenty-nine different game stations have been hidden inside the maze, and you'll need to complete quests and challenges for clues to help you find your way out.

For the very first time, the massive maze will have a bridge and viewing platform, so you can look out over the farm like you're sailing the seas. 

Once you exit the maze, you can enjoy other activities such as apple picking in the 15-acre orchard, or visiting the perfectly orange pumpkin patches.

You can also fill up on fall-inspired treats, such as candy apples, harvest flatbread, butter tarts, and warm apple cider.

There are several pumpkin patches to explore, which open the beginning of October.

In order to visit the festival, you must purchase a ticket in advance online. 

Tickets start at $12 per person.

Pull-on your eyepatch and head out to this new Harvest Festival this season.

Pingle's Harvest Festival

Price: $12 + per person

When: September 12 - end of October 2020

Address: 1805 Taunton Rd. E., Hampton, ON

Why You Need To Go: Get your fall fill at this new Harvest Festival complete with a pirate corn maze.

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