The 10 Best Corn Mazes in Minnesota! By
There’s something so calming about a stroll through a corn maze. Corn mazes are the perfect fall activity, providing a fun experience for the whole family. Fortunately, these mazes abound in Minnesota, so you’ll certainly be able to find a great place to get lost for a while. Here are the 10 best in the state.
The hand-cut corn maze at Sever’s Fall Festival is the second oldest in the United States and the Midwest’s most venerable. In addition to the maze, Sever’s offers an obstacle course, a corn pit, a regular schedule of live music, magic shows, and many other activities during its season.
Folks looking to be a-mazed in the Rochester area should head over to Sekapp Orchard. During harvest season, they set up a corn maze—newly designed every year to keep you guessing—as well as a straw bale maze for younger maze-walkers.
The biggest corn maze in the state can be found at the Twin Cities Harvest Festival and Maze in Brooklyn Park. More than 20 acres are dedicated to the maze and the festival, where maze-solvers can also enjoy a petting zoo, hayrides, and live music, along with food, beverages, and all sorts of other fun.
If you’re looking to get lost in the Duluth area, head to Engwall’s Corn Maze and Agri-Tainment Center in Hermantown. They stage several games in the maze, including clues and a flashlight night. In addition to the maze, you can jump in a corn pit, fore a corn cannon, or bowl with pumpkins at Engwall’s.
The biggest and “most intense” corn maze in the Brainerd Lakes area can be found at the Farm on St. Mathias. In addition to the large, six-acre main maze, the farm also creates a smaller, more-kid-friendly maze every year so as not to frighten the youngsters by getting them lost. A farm store is also open during the fall harvest season.
Waldoch Farm Garden Center is a great place for folks in the Northeast Metro to get their maze fix. In addition to the maze itself, visitors can also race each other around a pedal cart track, play in the corn box, climb a spider web or ropes, or ride Grandpa’s Grain Train.
A goot bet for folks hankering to walk a maze in Southeast Minnesota is Tweite’s Family Farm. The 12-acre maze could keep you guessing for hours. If you make it out in time, head over to the Fun Park for dozens of other activities or the Food Court to refuel for another run at the maze.
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The corn maze is Afton Apple Orchard covers 15 acres and contains more than six miles of labyrinthine paths. Fortunately, it’s built in four phases, so those with less time or not feeling up to the challenge can tap out whenever they need to. The more dauntless or those with a lot of free time can take on all four stages.
If you’re in the Mankato or Faribault area, head over the the Be-Amazed Corn Maze at Montgomery Orchard. The maze has two sides, a shorter one and a longer one. You can pick one, the other, or both, depending on the amount of time you have to spend during your visit.
With its rolling hills and lake frontage, Pine Tree Apple Orchard is one of the most scenic orchards in the state. It also happens to boast a challenging corn maze. In addition to the maze, the orchard offers pick your own apples and a full schedule of live music during harvest season.