15 Twin Cities Corn Mazes to Get Lost in This Fall

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If you are looking for connection with your busy family this fall, then getting lost in the middle of a corn maze is exactly what you need. Hear me out: a family that cooperates together toward a collective problem is not only teaching how to listen to each other and problem solve, it also sets everyone up to win on the same team! In my house where my kids can make a competition out of ANYTHING, this is the bonding moment we need.

We gathered up FIFTEEN different corn mazes in the metro area sure to give you that exciting rush of being found when you thought all was lost. With a list this long, there are options for anyone. Want a quiet little orchard with a quaint path to wander? We have one. Want an all-day-fun-filled experience that competes with the State Fair? We have that one, too. We have mazes to suit all ages and lost-ability factor (is that a word? If not, we just made it one.) Go get lost, and then found, in Twin Cities’ very best corn mazes. I dare you to not get the Corn Song in your head by the end (oops. Too late!)



Fresh Acres was founded in 2016 when two corporate-types decided to take a leap into farming.  Their mission was, and remains, to produce healthy, locally grown food to feed your family, as well as their own. There are two mazes to choose from on the farm. The small maze, roughly 1/3 of a mile of paths, has a game designed for kids 8 and under.  The larger maze, roughly 2 1/2 miles of paths, has a game designed for all ages. Your ticket price gets you access to other activities as well, including slides, petting zoo, yard games, and more. 

Maze Open: Sept 10 – Oct 30 Sat-Sun and MEA Thu-Fri 10am-6pm

Tickets: $10/pp at the gate or $11/pp online (includes credit card fee.) ages 4-69 (0-3 and 70+ are free). Season Pass $20. 


Many popular fall attractions including Corn maze, antique tractors, games for the kids, and a popcorn pit, plus hay rides and food trucks on the weekends. Shop local honey, popcorn, squash, pumpkins and autumn decor. Don’t miss out on Family Flashlight nights Fridays in October, as well as other special events throughout the season. 

Maze Open: Daily September & October. 10am-6pm. Nighttime events 7-9pm.

Tickets: While the Pearson’s do not turn anyone away who cannot pay, they ask $30/family or $5/pp to cover all activities (nighttime events are $10/pp; $45/household). Get wristbands at the barn.


The Ultimate Minnesota corn mazes stretching 20 acres so get ready for a walk! Many other activities for all ages are included in the price of Activity Admission including other smaller mazes, petting zoo, corn pit, play area, and more. Concessions on site. General admission to the courtyard, pumpkin patch and yard games is FREE. 

Maze Open: Weekends 10 am-6 pm Sept. 17 – Oct. 30 and MEA, Oct. 20 – 21. 

Tickets: $12/pp available online or in person, kids 36 inches and under FREE. 


A fun for all ages family-owned pumpkin patch open every day with many activities including the corn maze. The not to miss adventure at this attraction is their FLASHLIGHT CORN MAZE nights. Bring your own flashlight and find your way by night! Spooky Date Night anyone?

Maze Open: September 17-October 31 Mon-Fri 12-6 pm, Sat-Sun 9 am-6 pm. Flashlight Maze is open Fri-Sat Sept 30-Oct-29 7-10 pm.

Tickets: $7–12/pp available in person, kids 23 inches and under FREE with paying adult. See the website for full details.


This orchard is consistently rated as a best of Minnesota for fall fun! What we love is no admission price and a pay-as-you-go experience with the option for unlimited fun. In addition to the corn maze and other seasonal activities, stay on the weekends to enjoy food trucks, live music, state fair food, and so much more. 

Maze Open: August 27-October 30, Thu-Sun 10 am-6 pm.

Tickets: Available on site. $3 per activity, or save with ticket packages. Unlimited wristband $10 Thu-Fri, $20 Sat-Sun. See the website for daily updates.



An exciting family owned farm with one great price for over 30 attractions to choose from in addition to corn maze, including the NEW in 2022 Dinosaur sculpture hunt! Multiple snack options sold around the farm–don’t miss the kettle corn!

Maze Open: September 17. See website for daily hours. 

Tickets: Part of General Admission. Ages 3+ $13-19 at the door. Save $3 and guarantee your spot with pre-purchased tickets or season passes online. Tickets at the door subject to availability. 


A more complicated corn maze best for older children that could take 20-30 minutes. Other attractions on site for younger ones. Get the complete lineup of fall entertainment at Pine Tree’s website

Maze Open: October 5-October 21 weekends 11am-3pm and Wed-Fri 1pm-3pm.

Tickets: $4/pp, 4 and under FREE.


If a quieter farm day is more your speed, this is the place for you! Pick your own pumpkins while you are here! It’s the perfect fall experience without the fuss.

Maze Open: September 24-October 31 Sun-Thu 10-Dusk, Fri-Sat 10-10pm. 

Tickets: $6 ages 12+, $4 ages 4+, 3 under FREE.


Admission to the Joyer Adventure Farm at Waldoch gets you access to all the Fall weekend activities including their 2-phase corn maze (one shorter for younger kids). Other attractions include pumpkin patch, a sunflower walk, farm animals, mini tractor train ride, and more.

Maze Open: September 17, 6 days/week (closed Tuesdays ), 10am – 6pm. (Flashlight nights are open until 9pm)

Tickets:  Pre-purchased, timed tickets REQUIRED for full access pass to all Joyer Adventure Farm activities. $14.99/pp weekdays, $17.99/pp weekends, $37 for Season pass.


Come for the pumpkins, stay for the fun! This 3 acre 1 mile maze will take 15-20 minutes and is good for all ages. Maze tickets are individually priced, as are other seasonal attractions. Admission to the farm and garden center are free, as are a limited number of fall activities. 

Maze Open: September 23 Sat-Sun 10am-5pm, MEA week Thu-Fri 10am-5pm 

Tickets: Purchase at the ticket booth. $4/pp



With three levels of difficulty in this 15 acre corn maze, there is an opportunity for all ages to get lost and be found again. In addition you can find pick-your-own apples and pumpkins among other seasonal entertainment, all listed in detail on the website. 

Maze Open:: September 23 Sat-Sun 10am-6pm. (Subject to change.)

Tickets: Maze tickets are Adults $12; Children 3-10 $10; 2 and under FREE, in addition to orchard admission $7 for ages 5+, $5 for ages 4 and under.


The corn maze is closed for this year but they do have a very fun looking hedge maze great for all ages. This one has Harry Potter goblet of fire vibes all over it. For small children, “Little Farmville” is a course with little pedal tractors for kids to drive around, plus playground equipment.

Maze Open: Through late October (call before coming for closing date 952-985-5425.) Tue-Sun 9am-6pm. 

Tickets: Purchase at the farm $7/pp ages 16+, $5/pp ages 6-15



A busy line-up of seasonal fun at the farm is included for price of admission including this extra challenging corn maze. But don’t worry. If getting lost in the middle of a corn maze makes you nervous, this is a good one for you. Helpers are positioned all along the way promising to help you find your way home. This is another farm experience you could enjoy all day and never get bored. 

Maze Open: September 17- October 30, Weekends and MEA 10am-7pm.

Tickets: Pre-purchase Online. $19/pp; Under 4 free. Discounted price available for Military and Seniors 65+ (ID required.) Season pass $45. See website for what is included in admission and additional priced activities. 


Come with your family to experience a real pumpkin farm and see how and where they grow. They grow a large variety of fruit and vegetables, weeding and harvesting by hand. Come to pick your own pumpkin and stay for the FREE small but fun Corn Maze. ¡Se habla español!

Maze Open: Daily through end of October Mon-Thu 11am-6:30pm, Fri-Sun 9am-6:30pm.

Tickets: FREE! Pumpkins and other produce available on site. 


A family owned farm offering featuring classic fall fun like hayrides, pumpkins, giant slide, and plenty of photo opportunities, but most importantly this year’s Football Themed Corn Maze!

Maze Open: September 16th – October 30th. Fri 3:30pm-Sunset, Sat 10:00am-sunset, Sun 1pm-6pm. 

Tickets: $8/pp or $20 for family. Cash preferred. Venmo, Check and Credit Card accepted.

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Rachel and her college sweetheart met in Indiana, spent early married life in Chicago, and now parent three children born in three different states, but since landing in their south Minneapolis neighborhood in 2017, decided with the access to good ski trails, running paths and beach side picnics, this might just be their forever home. Rachel is the curator of family adventures, builder of epic train tracks, lover of all of the library books, mixer of fancy cocktails, and writer in the in-between. You can read more from Rachel over on her blog blog or Instagram Squares.


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