Jump into the new season with an attempt at completing the ultimate fall activity: the corn maze! These often challenging, lengthy mazes through the cornfields are a very fun and puzzling activity to try. Toronto and Hamilton are bursting with some farms perfect for a fall day trip.
Here are 15 corn mazes around Toronto.
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Reesor Farm Market
Reesor Farm Market’s Corn Maze and Pick Your Own Pumpkin fields are one of the closest to downtown Toronto. The fields are open from September until October end.
Dates: September 9 to October 30, 2021
Admission: Adult, 12 years and up, $9 including HST.
Child, 3 years to 11 years, $4.50 including HST. Children 2 and under are free.
Address: 10825 9th Line, Markham.
Directions: Approximately 45 km from downtown Toronto
Carl Laidlaw Orchards
Spend the day enjoying the beauty of the one-of-a-kind Carl Laidlaw Orchards. Carl Laidlaw Orchards invites you to enjoy the simple things, including their beautiful corn maze, which you can wander, explore and enjoy at your leisure.
Dates: September & October, 9 am to 5 pm
Admission: children 2 and older $7 and adults 18 and older $12 plus hst.
Address: 9496 Heritage Road, Brampton
Directions: Approximately 50 kms from downtown Toronto
Located in Caledon, Downey’s Farm is a lovely outdoor spot to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. The best part?! Their eight-acre corn maze! You’ll weave and twist through all the trails, experiencing the fun while (hopefully) not getting too lost!
Dates: August 6th to October 31st
Address: 13682 Heart Lake Rd, Caledon
Directions: Approximately 54 km from downtown Toronto
There is plenty of fun family for the whole family at Dixie Orchards, a working farm. Make your way through the corn maze, watching the farm animals play, posing for a picture or enjoying a snack from the market. The wagon ride takes you to the corn maze, apple orchard and pumpkin patch or it’s a short distance if you prefer to walk.
Dates: Open 10-5 daily until October 31st
Address: 14309 Dixie Road, Caledon
Directions: Approximately 58 km from downtown Toronto
Pingles Farm Market
Pingles Farm Market has been bringing it since 1987 and since its opening, they have been a hot spot for locals to connect with local produce, animals and more. Their corn maze is giant at 8 acres, with different themes and challenges to overcome. They throw in some competition by adding time to beat for extra prizes. Will you win?
Admission: $5- $31
Dates: Every Tuesday – Sunday until the end of October, starting September 10th.
Address: 1805 Taunton Road East, Oshawa
Directions: Approximately 77 km from downtown Toronto
Family-run and operated, Cooper’s Farm is a sweet spot to connect with a local farm. Plus, their maze is one of those “you gotta see it to believe it!” With over 9 acres of the maze – you’re bound to have a good laugh. Coopers Farm has thought of it all: the paths are accessible for strollers and wheelchairs, including dogs on Saturdays and even do cool evening sessions for the super brave.
Dates: September 18 – October 31, 2021
Admission: $15 General Admission Ages 4+
Free Young Children Ages 3 and under
$3 Dog Tickets Saturdays Only.
Address: 266 Ashworth Road, Zephyr
Directions: Approximately 73 km from downtown Toronto
Brooks Farm is full of fun this fall. They have a whole festival dedicated to the season! There are tons to do including meeting farm animals, playhouses, puppet shows, meeting animals and the best part? Their corn maze. Their impressive maze is a ton of fun, you might not even get around to other activities.
Dates: September 11 – October 31, 2021
Address: 122 Ashworth Road, Mount Albert, Uxbridge
Directions: Approximately 70 km from downtown Toronto
Linton’s Family Farm
Linton’s Family Farm is full of fall fun this year and has done for over 40 years! They have a great pumpkin patch – so you can get two things done in one place: conquer their impressive corn maze and grab your dream pumpkin.
Dates: September 11 to October 31, 2021
Address: 571 Raglan Road East, Oshawa
Directions: Approximately 74 km from downtown Toronto
Applewood Family Farm
While famous for its wine, Applewood has other tricks up its sleeve! Including over 2km trails over a 40 acres cornfield. You’ll have to think to escape this one!
Dates: Weekends Beginning Mid-September to October End
Admission: $12.00 – free under 3
Address: 2055 Saintfield Road Seagrave
Directions: Approximately 95 km from downtown Toronto
Buzzing Bees Adventure Farm
Buzzing Bees Adventure Farm has a great corn maze. It is over 8 acres and includes the traditional “find you way out” but also has thrown in special riddles and puzzles for you to solve to try new and unique paths. Will you succeed? Another great feature of this farm is its great affordability!
Dates: Saturday September 18 to Sunday October 31, 2021
Admission: $6, Children under 2 go free.
Address: 1070 Concession Rd 5, Sunderland, Brock
Directions: Approximately 98 kms from downtown Toronto
With the motto of “creating joyful family moments from scratch,” Murphy’s Farm is ready to welcome the whole family this fall. Their corn maze is magical, with endless paths for you to conquer. You’ll be sure to stay laughing the whole trip. Their fall festival also features bouncing pillows, a mini maze and much more.
Dates: Mid September to October End
Admission: Weekday admission is $9.00/person
Address: 5141 Simcoe Road 10, Alliston
Directions: Approximately 102 km from downtown Toronto
Bursting at the seams with delicious fresh grown berries, Stonehaven Farms is a great spot to visit every season. They amp up the family fun in the fall though! Their 6 acre giant corn maze will impress even the most stubborn in your family with a chance to challenge themselves, try something new and overcome puzzles.
Dates: mid/late September until the end of October weekends (including Thanksgiving Monday)
Address: 7388 Guelph Line, Milton
Directions: Approximately 70 km from downtown Toronto
Nature’s bounty Farm
Aptly named, Nature bounty farm is full of delicious apples, produce, and home to a flock of llamas on this 100-acre property. Every fall the family-run farm welcome people to celebrate the season and to enjoy their corn maze in addition to apple picking.
Dates: Open 9 am to 5 pm daily from Sept 7
Admission: Free admission
Address: 651 Scugog Line 2, Port Perry
Directions: Approximately 71 km from downtown Toronto
Hanes Corn Maze
Prepare for a real puzzle! Hanes Corn Maze is a challenging maze waiting to be solved. You will navigate through the twisting and winding maze which is 20 acres and features 12’ cornstalks! Great for children three and up!
Dates: August 27 – October 31, 2021
Admission: Adults 13+ $17.00 ; Seniors 60+ $16.00; (8 – 12): $14.00; (3 – 7): $11.00
Address: The Hanes Corn Maze & Tiny Shop Bakery, #1001 Hwy #5, Dundas
Directions: Approximately from 75km downtown Toronto
Strom’s Family Farm
Strom’s Family Farm is all about the fall harvest. Each fall the farm transforms its space and the outcome is an impressive corn maze. There is over 6km of exciting, winding trails to explore, you never know what may be around every corner.
Dates: September 22 to October 31, 2021
Admission: Weekday: $9.50, under 3 is free. Weekend: $15.50, under 3 go free.
Address: 5089 Wellington RD. 32 Guelph
Directions: Approximately 95kms from downtown Toronto
Who can’t be merry at Merry Farms?! The perfect fall destination, Merry Farms is a lovely rural farm. Their corn maze is big, memorable and a lot of fun. While you’re there, why not have a sneak peek at the Christmas tree fields!?
Dates: Open weekends only starting Sept 25th until Oct 31st – including Thanksgiving Monday 10 PM – 5 PM
Admission: $15.00 Plus HST
Address: 1974 Concession Road 2 W, Hamilton (Lynden)
Directions: Approximately 90 km from downtown Toronto
A little further afield from Toronto, Crickelwood Farm is worth the one hour drive! The expansive farm is the perfect fall escape from the city. They don’t have just one, but two corn mazes – designed for different levels and ages.
Dates: August 14 to November 7, 2021
Admission: $4.65 to $9.00
Address: 27 Grandview Road, Brighton
Directions: Approximately 151 kms from downtown Toronto