Minnesota Corn Mazes

Here is the list of Minnesota corn mazes, including options near Minneapolis and St. Paul. Visitors this fall can get lost in a daytime corn maze, the daylights scared out of them in haunted mazes with bloodied actors and actresses wielding weapons, as well as more difficult options such as flashlight and moonlight mazes. You’ll find options with small mazes designed for kids and large, challenging ones to keep adults occupied for a long time. And don’t forget about the other fall activities that occur on these farms including pumpkin patches, hayrides, farm animals and children’s activities. It’s one of the best parts of September and October!

Be sure to check out their website for further information, hours and prices.  Most are open in September and October. Many have pumpkins, fresh food, live animals, hayrides, and games which may have different hours or additional costs.

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All Corn Mazes in Minnesota

Afton Apple Orchard - Hastings, MN
Corn maze opens September 15th. Pick your own apples, pumpkins from pumpkin patch, and raspberries this fall. Check web page for daily and weekend openings. The address is 14421 South 90th Street, Hastings, MN 55033. It is about 32 miles east of downtown Minneapolis.

Andersons Rock Creek Relics Corn Maze - Rush City, MN
The farm features hayrides, corn mazes, pumpkins starting the last weekend in September. It is about 1/2 mile north of Rush City and 58 miles north of Minneapolis.

Apple Jack Orchards - Delano, MN
Pumpkin picking, corn maze and apple orchard located 30 minutes west of Minneapolis. Tractor pulled wagon rides tour the Orchard. Seven acre cornfield maze with children 4 and under free. Animal park has farm animals like goats, pigs and chickens. Pony rides available for kids on weekends through the woods trail. Cow train, corn pit, apple cannon and face painting also available. Kid’s play area includes haystack with slides, climbing tires, mini maze and more. Purchase items to take home at the Bakery, Apple Market and Gift Shop. Special events include Opening Weekend, Grandparents Weekend, Honeycrisp Fest, Giant Pumpkin Weigh-off, Corn Fest and Pumpkin Palooza. Their address is 4875 37th Street SE, Delano, MN 55328.

Berry Hill Farm - Anoka, MN
Lots of fall fun on this 100 acre farm filled with strawberries and pumpkins. Also farm fun in a tall grass maze.  They are open weekends in October. Their address is 6510 185th Avenue NW, Anoka, MN 55303. It is about 35 miles north of Minneapolis.

Bridewater Produce Farm - Norhfield, MN
Fall festival on weekends starting the last weekend in September with pick your own pumpkins and hay rides. There are also petting zoo, corn mazes and corn box. The Larsen family has been growing fresh fruits and vegetables for more than 50 years. Their address is 4706 East Lonsdale Blvd, Northfield, MN 55057. It is about 45 miles south of Minneapolis.

Dehn’s Pumpkins - Dayton, MN
This farm features a 10 acre corn maze and pumpkin patch. Opens everyday beginning September 22nd.  Fun with wine tasting, giant slide, games, and more.  The address is 17270 125th Ave N, Dayton, MN. It is about 22 miles northwest of Minneapolis.

Engwalls Corn Maze - Hermantown, MN
They feature a corn maze, pumpkin patch, and Halloween attraction Field of Screams. The address is 4749 Hermantown Rd., Hermantown, MN 55811. It is about 7 miles west of Duluth.

Mr. Ed’s Farm - Hibbing, MN
It features horses all year with a fall festival starting in the middle of September with a pumpkin patch, hay rides, pony rides, haybale maze, and more. The address is 10796 Foss Road, Hibbing, MN. It is about 75 miles northwest of Duluth.

Nelson’s Apple Farm - Webster, MN
Known for great apples, apple pies, a gift shop, pumpkins, and a corn maze. Fall season starts September 7th.  The address is 3010 Douglas Ave., Webster, MN. It is about 34 miles south of Minneapolis.

Oak View Nursery Pumpkin Patch - Owatonna, MN
Lots of fun activities in the fall including their pumpkin patch, corn maze, hay ride, mini golf, giant slide and more. The farm is open April through October. The address is 7921 S Country Road 45, Owatonna, MN 55060. It is about 7 miles south of Owatonna.

Pinehaven Farm - Wyoming, MN
Pumpkin patch and corn maze on this family owned and operated half century farm thirty minutes from the Twin Cities that opened to the public for agritainment in 1996. They plant 20 acres of pumpkins and other harvest produce. Enjoy the pumpkin picking and harvest festival this fall, and then stay for the haunted attractions. General admission is $8 to $13 per person. Trolley hay ride, pumpkin cannon, mini train ride, giant slide, farm antiques and trike track. Don’t forget to make a stop at Becky’s Sweets and Treats Shop. Special events include magic show and kid’s Halloween party. The Dead End Hayride includes haunted hayride, haunted trail and haunted cornfield. General admission to these activities is $14-19 per person. They are located at 28186 Kettle River Blvd, Wyoming, MN 55092. It is about 34 miles north of Minneapolis.

Sever’s Corn Maze - Shakopee, MN
Three locations to pick your own pumpkin patches, including one at the Sever’s corn maze. After you are done with the cornfield and fall farm activities, go pumpkin picking! Their main location is at 1100 Canterbury Road, Shakopee, MN 55379. It is about 25 miles southwest of downtown Minneapolis. Their other locations are at 7410 Hwy 212 E., Chaska, MN. and Hundertmark Rd. and Pioneer Trail, Chaska, MN. All are in the Minneapolis area.

Simek’s Farm - Kelsey, MN
The farm runs Saturday and Sunday from September 15th through October. It features a corn maze, pumpkin patch, hay rides, farm animals, gift shop, and fresh produce. The address is 8997 Arkola Road, Kelsey, MN. It is about 40 miles northwest of Duluth.

Tom’s Pumpkin Farm - Lindstrom, MN
This pumpkin farm, run by Tom and Teresa Rongitsch, lets you PYO pumpkins from their 15 acre field. There’s also a 10 acre corn maze, face painting and farm market. They are open everyday from the last weekend in September through October 31st. On Friday and Saturday night they also have a spooky haunted Minecraft Theme Corn Maze. It is located at 15281 Panola Drive, Lindstrom, MN 55045. It is about 42 miles northeast of Minneapolis.

Tweite’s - Byron, MN
Farm opens September 22nd.  This family farm run by Tom and Colleen Tweite has been operating for more than 25 years. Stroll through the patch with a wheelbarrow to haul home your pumpkins this fall. There’s also a 12 acre corn maze and other farm activities. Find out what’s happening there recently via their Facebook page. The address is 1821 Frontier Road SW, Byron, Minnesota 55920. It is about 30 miles east of Owatonna, MN.

Waldoch Farm - Lino Lakes, MN
A family farm with a pumpkin patch and corn maze located just 20 miles north of Minneapolis. Also features hay rides, mums, corn stalks, and more. The address is 8174 Lake Drive, Lino Lakes, MN 55014.

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Minneapolis-St. Paul

Afton Apple Orchard – Hastings, MN – 15 Acres – 3 Mazes
Afton Apple has three phases, of increasing difficulty, totaling over more than six miles of paths through the corn. There’s also a no left turn straw bale maze and a rubber hose maze. You can also pick your own apples or take a hayride to the pumpkin patch. Past themes have included Afton Apple – 25th Anniversary (2014), St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital (2013), Salute to Veterans (2012) and Bridges of Hastings (2011).

Sever’s Corn Maze – Shakopee, MN
Open every Friday through Sunday. Theme: Fire Trucks
Sever and Sharon Peterson have been welcoming guests to their maze since 1997. Bring a flashlight at night for after dark fun! There’s also a straw bale maze, petting zoo, hay rides and other fall farm activities. Past themes have featured Minnesota Corn (2012 & 2013) and “Out of This World” (space)(2011).

Shafer Corn Maze – Shafer, MN – 12 Acres – 3 Mazes
There are 3 mazes of varying difficulties and a total of 4.5 miles of paths through the twelve acres. In October, the maze also becomes haunted with Staulkers of the Corn. Other activities include the petting zoo, rope maze and pre-picked pumpkins. Past themes have included Hunt & Fish Minnesota (2014), Paul Bunyan (2013), Alien Invasion (2012) and Dragon’s Lair (2011).

Twin Cities Harvest Festival and Maze – Brooklyn Park, MN – 20 Acres
Admission includes hayride, petting zoo, corn pit, straw bale maze, live music and kids play area. A portion of every ticket is donated to Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota. Climbing wall, pony rides, helicopter rides (weekends) and pumpkin slinger are extra. Past themes have included Minnesota Wild (2014), Minnesota (2013), Armed Forces (2013) and World Series/Minnesota Twins (2011).

Waldoch Farm – Lino Lakes, MN
Located 20 minutes north of St. Paul and Minneapolis. Two different paths through the maze. The short one takes about 20 minutes and the long one takes around an hour. One night only flashlight maze. Maze admission offers a number of other kids activities including corn box, hay jumping, farm animal barnyard, pedal carts and more. There is also a pumpkin patch and hayrides. The farm was started by William & Anna Waldoch in 1916. Past themes have included International year of Family Farming (2014), flowers (2013), Horn of Plenty (2012) and Honeybee (2011).

Zywiec’s – Cottage Grove, MN
A landscaping and garden center that has been doing a cornfield maze for five years. Also home to a haunted attraction, the Haunting Experience on Highway 51, offering a haunted hayride, zombie paintball and more haunted fun. Located 8 miles southeast of St. Paul.

Apple Jack Orchards – Delano, MN
Located 30 minutes west of Minneapolis on the North Fork of the Crow River. Weekend fun include getting lost in the corn, pumpkin patch, wagon rides, pony rides, cow train, corn pit, face painting, play area and animal park. Past themes have included Farming (2014), Apples and Pumpkins (2013) and Spider Web (2011).

Country Sun Farm – Lake Elmo, MN

Fischer’s Croix Farm Orchard – Hastings, MN
Cornfusing maze, pumpkin patch, pick your own apples, wagon rides (weekends). Annual apple festival in October. Owned by the Leadholm family since 1980. Located 25 minutes from St. Paul or the Mall of America.

Minnetonka Orchards – Minnetrista, MN
There is also pick your own apples, hayrides, hay mountain, barnyard, corn crib slide and play train.

Scream Town – Chaska, MN
Five haunted attractions including a haunted corn maze located 40-50 minutes southwest of Minneapolis and St. Paul


Tweite’s Farm – Byron, MN – 12 Acres
This fifth generation family farm was founded in Southeast Minnesota in 1910. There are 22 acres of amusements at Tweite’s. After dark, they hold flashlight nights. You can also stroll through the pumpkin patch, enjoy a wagon ride and other fall fun. Past themes have featured Dark Ages (2014), ARRRR, Shiver Me Timbers! (2012) and Girl Scouts (2011).a

Northwoods Orchard – Oronoco, MN
2 Mazes
Cornfield maze, pumpkins, wagon ride and barnyard animals.

Tews Corn Maze – Winona, MN
Located five miles north of Lewiston. Open weekends. One night only special event flashlight maze. Hayrides, Pig Races, Petting Zoo, Corn Cannon, Duck Races and Pumpkins. Past themes have featured Celebrates the owner Ted’s mom and dad who had their 60th wedding anniversary (2013) and Scarecrow (2011).

Saint Cloud – Brainerd

Erickson’s Petting Zoo – Osakis, MN
Fall hours start September. A petting zoo that has a cornfusing maze on the weekends in the fall as well as a pumpkin patch.

Fairhaven Farm – South Haven, MN – 4 Acres
Corn maze, apple and pumpkin picking, horse drawn wagon rides. Fairhaven Farm is a 50 acre fruit farm run by Marsha Anklam and David Macgregor located 20 minutes south of St. Cloud. Past themes have included Peter Pan (2013) and “It’s The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown” (2011).

Nelson Farm – Litchfield, MN
Fall pumpkin patch festival with maze, pumpkins, farm animals, fun house, hay jump and other farm fun. Past themes have featured Dairy (Cow and Ice Cream) (2013), Election Year (2012), “Go Green” (green power – 2011)

The Farm on St. Mathias – Brainerd, MN – 6 Acres
An 80 acre farm with a 6+ acre cornfield for getting lost.

A Maze-N-Pumpkinz – Nisswa
Website is down so no idea if they are operating in 2015. Check their facebook page. Located north of Brainerd, this maze is run by the O’Day family.

Northern Minnesota

Country Corn Maze – Warroad, MN – 7 Acres
The Country Corn Maze is part of Green Pastures Dairy and Farm, a fifth generation dairy, grain and beef farm run by the Krahn family. There are also farmyard activities like the bale castle and hayride. Past themes include Gone Hunting (2013), Heroes of the Titanic (2012) and Mystery Castle (2011).


Silver Brook Corn Maze Inc – Wrenshall, MN – 4 Acres
A four acre maze open on weekends with flashlight Fridays, farm animals, hay bale maze and bonfires. Pony rides, horse drawn hay rides and pumpkins also available. Past themes have included Farm Safety (2013) and Apples (2011).

Engwalls – Hermantown
Located ten minutes from downtown Duluth, it is hosted by Engwall Florist, Greenhouse & Garden Center. Flashlight maze on Saturday nights and haunted maze the last weekend in October.

Fargo, North Dakota

Haunted Corn Maze – Moorhead, MN
A 24 acre haunted maze located ten miles south of Moorhead. Pumpkin patch and unhaunted cornfield during the day.

Carters Red Wagon Farm – Park Rapids, MN – 6.5 Acres
2013 Theme: Heart of Minnesota
2012 Theme: George Washington
2011 Theme: State of Minnesota
Cornfield for getting lost, wagon rides and fall farm fun.

2 thoughts on “Minnesota Corn Mazes

  1. Stillwater Babe says:

    Sun Country Farm off Hwy 36 – halfway between Mahtomedi and Oak Park Heights is amazing!! And totally affordable. Freed admission gets you a nice stroll through the farm, which includes haunted house displays, a giant spider, petting zoo and a fun themed gift shop and eating area.
    There is a giant corn pit for the kids to play in for $3 – my children enjoyed themselves for over an hour, and I had to beg them to leave. Great deal considering most play areas cost $8 per children
    Hayrides $4.50 with fun Halloween themes.
    Bounce House $3
    Corn Maze $4.50
    Face Painting $3
    They have vintage toy rides for kids for 50 cents as well.
    You can also buy pumpkins, haystacks and other decorations.

    There is alot to do.. you could spend all day here. With my kids, I just picked one favorite activity for a fee and enjoyed the free area.

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