The largest corn maze in Minnesota is dotted with signposts to help guests navigate the paths, and visitors who correctly solve a maze puzzle can enter a grand prize drawing.
The 2020 theme at this farm celebrates the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, and the 28-acre maze features nearly 10 miles of trails. (2019 maze pictured.)
The farm's annual fall festival features a 12-acre corn maze, pumpkin patch, pick-your-own flowers, adorable farm animals and over 35 barnyard activities for families.
Along with an 18-acre corn maze, there are hayrides, a pumpkin patch, and family-friendly activities including a potato sack slide, small zip line and catch-and-release fishing pond.
Each autumn, Cornbelly’s debuts a new corn maze with 8 acres of pathways, interactive games and trivia. Visitors also enjoy a separate haunted maze featuring animatronics.
The 2020 maze design is a tribute to all front line essential workers around the world who are putting their health at risk by working to keep society running during the pandemic.
The 18-acre design for 2020 commemorates the 75th anniversary of the raising of the flag at Iwo Jima by US Marines.
The 2020 Devine's Corn Maze was designed with fun in mind, offering a way for visitors to get their minds off of what’s going on in the world.
Treworgy’s corn maze, the longest continually running corn maze in Maine, covers 4.5 acres and is made from some 60,000 corn plants grown to a height of about 10 feet tall.
This interactive 5-acre maze includes 2.5 miles of paths that guests navigate with the help of a game board and clues from the Maze Masters.