Fall is well and truly here! The leaves are starting the change, the weather is getting crisp and it’s time for pumpkin spice lattes and hot chocolate! It’s also time to build great new memories while supporting local farms and businesses in and around Ottawa. There are quite a few farms where you can enjoy getting lost this season. Corn mazes are a great way to entertain the kids, challenge yourself or impress a date during Fall!
If you are looking for hedge/cedar mazes, you can find those in this list too.
1. Ouimet Farms
Ouimet Farms is home to one of Ontario’s biggest corn maze! Their corn maze runs over 7 acres and is full of hidden mailboxes for you to discover and uncover. Plus, there are 3 uniquely different challenges for you to solve so you can choose your own adventure. While there, visit the fun zones and produce.
Maze opens: July 24th to October 24, 2021
Cost: $17 – person, $60 – family of 4, under 3 go for free.
Address: 63 Main street west, Venkleek Hill
2. Cannamore Orchards
Cannamore Orchards does not have corn mazes but has giant hedge mazes that include 2 mazes and 1 labyrinth growing from cedar trees, and 1 maze using spruce trees. For a more relaxing turn, enjoy the contemplative flower labyrinth. There is also a rainbow maze, and patio stone mazes. They also host a unique spooky Halloween Event – Acres of Terror. Have fun during the day and have a spooky time at night.
Maze opens: Summer through October, 2021
Admission: $13 per person
Address: 1480 County Road 32 Crysler
3. Saunders Farm
Saunders Farm has got spooky season sorted. This fall, Saunders Farm is offering cool campfires, farm shop, 5 haunts, and their world-famous mazes! That’s right, they don’t have just one challenging hedge mazes (not a corn maze) like – Mile Maze, Spruce Maze, Spiral Maze, Musical Maze & Cedar Maze but multiple that will keep you thinking on your toes as you try to escape.
Maze opens: July to October end
Admission: Varies with events and activities
Addrress: 7893 Bleeks Road, Munster
4. Maple Hill Urban Farm
Get lost at Maple Farm’s memorable 7-acre labyrinth corn maze. Its totally unique and will keep you guessing through over 8 challenges and puzzles throughout. Be warned: Maple Farm boasts that it’s a total challenge and don’t expect to breeze through!
Maze open: Sept 4 until November 1st, 2021.
Admission: $15, children 6-11 $7.50 children under 5 go free.
Address: 200 Moodie Drive, Ottawa
5. Millers Berry Farm
Get lost in the corn maze that is open from mid-September to October 31st. There is also pick your own pumpkins, a garden centre, and tractor wagon rides.
Maze opens: mid September to October 31st
Admission: $4 per person and children under one year old are free.
Address: 6158 Rideau Valley Drive, Ottawa (Manotick)
6. The Log Farm
The Log farm is ready for a fun-tastic fall season. With plenty of animals to greet, delicious fresh produce, pumpkins and a corn maze for kids, it’s a wonderful destination for the whole family to enjoy. Give it your best attempt of getting out in a timely manner! We wish you luck!
Maze opens: September 12 to October 24, 2021
Address: 670 Cedarview Road Ottawa
7. Mountain Orchards
Mountain Orchard’s corn maze has been a family tradition and favourite since 1970! In addition to u-pick apples, the corn maze is extensive and extremely impressive, with a one-way system leading to a special surprise in the centre. A great spot!
Maze opens: September 4
Address: 10175 Clark Road, Mountain
8. Huglis Blueberry Ranch
Don’t let the name of this destination fool you! Huglis really delivers when it comes to fall fun, with an exciting 6-acre corn maze that is brimming with different challenges and activities ready to rest and challenge you! The ranch also features wagon rides, a pirate ship, pedal carts and so much more.
Maze opens: September to October 31, 2021
Admission: Weekends: $11.95 + tax (Kids/Adults), Weekdays: $7.53 + tax (Kids/Adults) Under 2 go free.
Address: 2139 Greenwood Rd, Pembroke