The Best Corn Mazes in the Twin Cities.

14 Best Corn Mazes in Minnesota in 2024

Fall would not be fall without a good corn maze. With the corn pits, pumpkin patches, apple orchards, great food, and entertainment, you can’t help but love all the fun.

I’ve put together a list of the Best Corn Mazes in Minnesota. These mazes are jam-packed with enough entertainment to keep you busy all day long.

Your kids are going to be tired out by the end of it. You are bound to find a Minnesota Corn Maze that is close by and fits your budget.

Fall is one of my favorite seasons. Mostly because the weekends are nonstop with activities. The cooler air means I can finally get out my jackets again.

The leaves start to change, and the warm beverages all come. But the best part is wrapping all the great things into a fall festival and seeing some of the best corn mazes in the state.

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The Best Corn Mazes in Minnesota

101 Market

Location: 8980 Quantrelle Ave NE, Otsego, MN 55330
Opening: Weekends starting in September
Tickets: Available at the Gate
Cost: $6 per person for the maze only and $15 for all activities, kids 3 and under are free

The 101 Market Corn Maze offers a variety of fun activities for visitors of all ages. In addition to getting lost in the challenging corn maze, guests can also enjoy a petting zoo filled with adorable animals.

Pedal carts are available for those looking for a little exercise and thrill, while the jumping pillow provides endless bouncing fun.

For those feeling adventurous, there’s even a corn cannon to test your aim.

A special night in October, it’s a flashlight only experience.

Afton Apple Orchard Corn Maze

Location: 14421 90th St. South Hastings, MN 55033
Opening: Weekends starting in September
Tickets: Available at the Gate
Cost: $12 per person, kids 3-10 $10, 2 and under are free

The huge 15-acre Minnesota 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.

There are 6 miles of twists and turns. They even have it very late at night for those that want a moonlit challenge.

After the maze, hand out for the Barnyard Apple Blaster, Straw bale made, rubber hose maze, rope maze, yard games, and more. Don’t forget to pick up a fresh great, apple wine slushies or cold beer too!

Applewood Orchard

Location: 22702 Hamburg Ave, Lakeville, MN 55044
Opening: Weekends starting in September
Tickets: Available at the Gate
Cost: $7 per person, $5 for kids

Not one but two mazes. Try out the ten-acre corn maze to get lost in. After you find your way out, head into the hedge maze.

They also have a Farmville with little pedal tractors for the kids and slides and playground equipment for younger kids.

Country Sun Farm

Location: 11211 60th St N, Lake Elmo, MN 55042
Opening: Weekends starting in September
Tickets: Available at the Gate
Cost: $5 per person

This fun country corn maze is a 3-acre cornfield filled with twists, turns, and dead ends. With over a mile of trails, this is perfect for younger kids. The average time to get through it all is 15-20 minutes.

They also have hayrides and other activities. 

Crazy Legs Farm and Pumpkins

Location: 19151 Biscayne Ave, Farmington, MN 55024
Opening: Weekends starting in September
Tickets: Available at the Gate
Cost: $7 per person

This 5-acre corn maze is a fun one. With a steel spiral staircase leading to a 16-foot lookout tower in the middle of the maze.

You might need it to figure your way out. Bring a compass because this maze has a few twists and turns that will keep you guessing.

In addition to their epic corn maze, you’ll also find a sunflower field, vineyard, and pumpkins!

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Degler Farm

Location: 9111 Audubon Road, Chanhassen, MN 55317
Opens: Starting in September on Weekends
Tickets: Available at the Gate
Cost: $7 for adults, and $5 for kids

The Degler Farm is a new addition to the corn maze circuit. Bring family, and friends, and enjoy the outdoors!

Hayrides, Corn Maze, Corn Pit, Trebuchet, Air Cannon, Pumpkins for sale, and other fall items!

Make sure to check out the other fun things to do in Chanhassen while you are in the area.
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Montgomery Orchard Corn Maze

Location: 15953 State Hwy 99, Montgomery, MN 56069
Opening: Starting in September, open on weekends until 3:30.
Tickets: Available at the Gate
Cost: $7.50 for adults 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.

The maze is filled with trivia questions. When you are done with the maze, hang out in their apple orchards. Check out the live entertainment and cider pressing on site.

Minnesota Harvest

Location: 8251 Old Hwy 169 Blvd, Jordan, MN 55352
Opening: Starting in September
Tickets: Available at the Apple House
Cost: $15 per person, $13 for seniors and military. 2 and under are free!

Minnesota Harvest is a great location to do a little bit of everything. Starting with their Apples in Fall. Stay around for their Sunflowers, Corn Maze, Corn Pit, Straw Bale Pyramid, and Apple Cannons.

Enjoy a game of Tug of War, Ring Toss, and Duck Races. Inside get some fresh-made apple ciders, hard ciders, donuts pies, and anything else you can think of. This is an amazing Fall Festival.

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Pearson Family Farm Corn Maze

Location: 9241 100th Avenue SE, Clear Lake, MN 55319

Open: Daily from 10am -6pm
Tickets: Available at the Gate
Cost: During daytime, it’s $5 per person or $35 for the household. $10 per person or $45 per household at night.

This corn maze is designed for kids. It’s the only free corn maze in MN, they do ask for donations to cover all activities. While there, check out their selection of gourds and fall décor.

They do have antique tractors, corn pit, and games for the kids.

Every Friday night in October, the corn maze is Flashlight’s time!

Weekends expect hay rides and food trucks on site.

Pinehaven Farm

Location: 28186 Kettle River Blvd N, Wyoming, MN 55092
Open: Weekend September 16th – October 30th
Tickets: Available online or at the gate
Cost: $13-$30 for a punch card for attractions.

Pinehaven Farm has turned its farm into a full-blown extravaganza. It calls it a corn maze would be a disservice.

Included with the fall admission are the Corn Maze, Farm Dino Exhibit, Ziplines, Super Slides, Cluck Truck (Mobile Chicken Truck), Swings, Tractors, Jumping Pillows, and farm animals.

In October they have one of the most haunted corn mazes in the Twin Cities. 

If you are looking for a full day of entertainment, you need to check them out.

Sever’s Fall Festival Corn Maze

Location: 3121 W 150th St, Shakopee, MN 55379
Open: Weekends September 16 – October 29
Tickets: Online or at the gate
Cost: $16 per season, or $23 per person at the door. Kids 3 and under are free!

Sever’s Corn Maze in Shakopee is complete fall fun with the whole family.

They have 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 30 of the attractions.

Some additional things like pony rides, slides, and pumpkin blasters are an additional cost. But as far as corn mazes go in Minnesota, this one is my family’s favorite.

Save time and get a discount on admission by getting your tickets online. Presale tickets are only $16 and there are additional discounts for Seniors, Veterans and large groups.

Severs is one of my favorite events due to the enormous space they have. The corn maze is only a small part of the fun. You can easily spend a full day there.
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Stoney Brook Farms Maze

Location:  105th Ave NE and MN-95 W in St George Township
Open: Saturdays and Sundays September 16th through October 29th
Tickets: At the gate
Cost: $10 at the gate. Children under 3 are free!

The Stoney Brook Farms maze hold the title of the World’s Largest Corn Maze. It covers 110 acres and 32 miles of pathway. The maze is open until 6pm but they wont let anyone in later than 3pm due to it’s size. 

They have pumpkin bowling, pumpkin tic-tak-toe and slingshot. Kids will love the giant corn pit and the inflatable bouncy pad. 

Stoney brook Farms also has some great food. Check out their vegetable stand.

Twin Cities Harvest Festival Maze

Location: 8001 109th Ave., Brooklyn Park, MN 55445
Open: Weekends 10 am-6 pm in September 17th – October 30th
Tickets: Online or at the gate
Cost: $12 at the gate. Children under 3 are free!

One of the largest Corn Mazes in the state is in Brooklyn Park’ Twin Cities Harvest Fest. With Corn Pit, Petty Zoo, and Hayride are included.

Some additional things like pony rides, slides, and pumpkin slingers are an additional cost.

Looking for a firsthand experience? Check out Corn Everywhere at the Twin Cities Harvest Festival and Corn Maze.

Waldoch Farm Garden Center and Corn Maze

Location: 81740 Lake Drive, Lino Lakes, MN 55014
Open: Late September 23rd – October 30th
Cost – 3+ is $12, Children 2 and under are free!

The Waldoch Farm Corn Maze is in two Parts. Phase one is fun for families with little kids. It takes 10-15 minutes to complete. The second part takes closer to 45 minutes.

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.

Fall in minnesota

Nothing says Autumn in Minnesota without a Fall Festival. There are plenty to choose from. You can also do Apple Picking or Pick your own Pumpkin!

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What is my favorite maze?

Every year these Minnesota corn mazes change up their design and add additional activities.

My personal favorite is Severs, only because they did it first! Either way, 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?

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