Last updated on August 20th, 2019
Fall would not be fall without a good corn maze. With the corn pits, pumpkin patches, apple orchard, great food, and entertainment, you can’t help but love all the fun. That’s why I’ve put together a list of the Best Corn Mazes in Minnesota. You are bound to find one that is close by and fits your budget.
9 of the Best Corn Mazes in the Twin Cities
Afton Apple Orchard CornMaze
14421 90th St. South
Hastings, MN 55033
Open Thursday, September 14th – Tuesday, Oct 29th
Cost – Adults 11+ $9, Children 3-10 $7, and Children 2 and under are free!
The MN Corn maze is divided into three different levels to challenge you. So if you are directionally challenged or have a built-in compass, this place won’t disappoint.
Apple Jack Orchards CornMaze
4875 37th St SE
Delano, MN 55328
Cost is $6 per person. Kids 4 and under are free!
Apple Jack Orchards corn maze is filled with all kinds of different activities. They include a corn pit, jumping pillow, cow train, and zip lines. Everything runs al-cart. You pay for just what you want to do.
Crow River Winery Corn Maze
14848 Hwy 7 East
Hutchinson, MN 55350
Opens Saturday, September 28th.
Cost – $8 for adults, and $5 for kids 10 and under.
The winery always has things going on. Depending on the day, live music, wine tastings, and demonstrations. My favorite is the Pumpkin Fest. Lots of activities going on plus the opportunity to see pumpkins fly. There is no cost for the event, but if you wish to participate in the pumpkin chucking or maze, it will cost. It’s held in late October. Check out their events calendar for all the details. Check out my visit: The Corn Maze at Crow River Winery | A Wine Lovers Dream
Montgomery Orchard Corn Maze
15953 State Hwy 99
Montgomery, MN 56069
Starting August 31st
Cost – $7.50 for adult’s 12+, children 5-11 yrs $6.25 and 5 and under are free!
The maze 6 acre of maze includes two different challenge levels. The kid’s maze will take about 30 mins to complete. The other is for adults and could take significantly longer. When you are done with the maze, hang out in their apple orchards; check out the live entertainment and cider pressing on site.
Pearson Family Farm Corn Maze
8846 Highway 10
Ramsey, MN 55303
Open Sunday – Friday 11-7 and Saturday 10-7
Cost is free
The maze is designed for kids. It’s the only free corn maze in MN. While there, check out their selection of gourds and fall décor.
Severs Corn Maze
3121 W 150th St
Shakopee, MN 55379
Open Weekends Starting September 13th
Cost is $15 per person. Kids 4 and under are free!
Corn pits, obstacle course, exotic petting zoo, jumping pillows, straw bale mazes, pig races, zip lines and so much more. One price gets you into all the action. Some additional things like pony rides, slides, and pumpkin blaster are an additional cost. But as far at corn mazes go in Minnesota, this one is my families favorite.
Looking for a firsthand experience? Check out Fall Fun at the Severs Corn Maze.
Shafer Corn Maze
Hwy 8 Quinlan Ln
Shafer, MN 55074
Cost – $9 for adults, $6 for kids and children under 3 are free!
The maze features 16 acres of corn with multiple different challenges within. A traditional checkpoint challenge, plus a treasure hunt and ‘Farm Scene Investigation’ challenge. They also have a rope maze, Human Foosball, Farm Style Obstacle Course races and much more to do.
Twin Cities Maze
8001 109th Ave.
Brooklyn Park, MN 55445
Open Weekends 10am-6pm in September 21st – October 27th
Cost – $10 per guest online or $12 at the gate. Children under 36″ are free!
Corn Maze, Corn Pit, Petty Zoo and Hayride are including. Some additional things like pony rides, slides, and pumpkin slinger are an additional cost. Looking for a firsthand experience? Check out Corn Everywhere at the Twin Cities Harvest Festival and Corn Maze.
Waldoch Farm Corn Maze
81740 Lake Drive
Lino Lakes, MN 55014
Open Daily Sept 21st – Oct 31st from 10am-7pm
Cost – 3+ is $12, Children 2 and under are free!
The Waldoch Garden Center celebrates each year with a Barnyard, Pumpkin Patch, Corn Maze, and other 15 other activities. A few times stay open extra for their Flashlight Nights. No frights are involved, but it sounds terrifying.
* * * Prices are subject to change. Look at the corn mazes website for more details.
Every year these corn mazes change up and add in additional activities to make draw in new crowds. I’m sure you’ll find one that is close by. Do you have a favorite Corn Maze in MN that you go to every year?