Experience Ontario’s corn mazes and farms after dark for a night full of terror this Halloween! You never know what might be around the next corner at these farms haunted by children of the corn!
For a day time fun at Corn Mazes, see Corn Mazes in Ontario.
**Will be updated by September 15, 2020, as most farms are yet to release details**
1. Fear Farm
Get ready to spooked out of your minds this Fall at this 100 acres of FEAR. Zombies plus corn stalks make for a ferocious field of screams. Try not to look too appetizing… and watch out that your friends & family don’t turn on you. Where you learn to regret the night time, the corn and getting out of your car!
There are haunted Hay rides, beer gardens, haunted houses, Fall-tastic Food Trucks, Famous Candy Barn & Bakery Shop and more! Details
Restriction: Children 14 and under must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Children under 5 will not be allowed entrance.
936685 Blenheim Rd, Ayr
(KW Region – 90 minutes from Downtown Toronto).
Haunt: ~ $29.99 to $39.99
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2. Saunders Farm – Fright Fest
Test your courage and navigate through a carnival of fear, barn of terror, cemetery scare zone and camp slaughter, Zombie Paintball, and more at this 100acre ScreamPark.
Haunting season (day time) activities include original live Shows, haunted hay rides and scare activities on a smaller scale for kids.
There is also farm fresh food, market, BeaverTails, and the Tombstone Tavern! Details
Restrictions: Frightfest is not recommended for children under 10 years old.
7893 Bleeks Road, Munster (Ottawa)
September 25 to November 1, 2020 | |6:30pm-10:30pm | Hours Vary depending on dates ~ 6:00 PM to 11:00 PM
$35.00 – $40.00 +HST/ticket
3. Acres of Terror at Cannamore Orchard
Cannamore Orchard welcomes you to the 28th year of Acres of Terror, Eastern Ontario’s most terrifying Halloween attraction, where the only thing that isn’t terrifying is the price! Go on a wagon ride narrated by a real witch or warlock. Other attractions include House of Terror, Fog Maze and Spooky Village. Details
Cannamore Orchard, 1480 County Rd 32, Crysler (near Ottawa)
Friday September 25, 2020 to Saturday October 31, 2020 | Hours Vary depending on dates
4. Talbotville Berry Farm
Get ready to get scared, right out of your pants! Go on a creepy wagon ride and escape the 5 acre haunted corn maze! Bring a flashlight and some friends and you are all set for a scary night. Details
10054 Sunset Road, St. Thomas
October 16 & 17 / 23 & 24 / 30 & 31 | 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
$15 + hst / person
5. Norwich Haunted Corn Maze
At Norwich Corn Maze, enjoy trick or treating and a haunted maze with characters that are designed to scare. All proceeds from the Corn Maze support the Norwich Optimist Club and are invested right back into the community to support kids activities and programs.
Restriction: not suitable for young children.
365701 Evergreen St, Norwich
Cancelled for 2020
6. Kustermans Berry Farms – After Dark
There’s nothing like a moonlit hike to get your blood pumping and your heart racing. Get lost in Walt’s prized crops. But do be careful…after all it is HARVEST TIME!This friendly atmosphere for families in the day time turns into a horror show at night with a flashlight maze, coffin ride simulator, creepy haunted barns and so much more! Details
Restrictions: Haunts are 14+ recommended.
23188 Springwell Rd, Mount Brydges
Cancelled for 2020
2020 – TBA
7. Warner Ranch and Pumpkin Farm
Go on a haunted hay rides through 50 acres of haunted forest where zombies will ‘jolt’ you off your seat! Details
Restrictions: Not recommended for young children. Parents are strongly cautioned. The haunted hayrides are interactive and something may touch you, if this offends you – DO NOT ENTER.
7705 Schisler Rd, Welland
2020 TBA (Usually Last 3 week-ends of October.
First ride starts at 7:00 PM
last ride departs at 10:45 PM)
Adults – $15.00 Children 12 and under – $10.00
8. Hanes Corn Maze
After thanksgiving, Hanes Corn Maze is the place to be for night mazes, carved into over 20 acres of 10′ tall walls of Cornstalks. Don’t forget a flashlight as you navigate the maze as eerie Halloween sounds fills the night. Details
Restrictions: Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
1001 5 Hwy W, Dundas
October hours: Every day: 10:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Last Admission: Monday-Saturday: 9:00 PM; Sunday: 8:00 PM
$11.00 to $17.00; Call ahead to book groups for night time mazes in September evenings.
9. Cooper’s Night Corn Maze
Visit Cooper’s 10 acre corn maze to see if you can find your way through the maze in the dark! Bring some flashlights and give it a go. Ticket includes a U-Pick Pumpkin!
Cooper’s CSA Farm & Maze, 266 Ashworth Rd, Zephyr
October 30 | Until 10:00 PM
10. Howell Family Pumpkin Farm
Check out the skeleton band show, skeleton truck show, the haunted spook barn and zombie graveyard. Details
2878 Holland Rd, Fonthill
$12 to $24
11. Mockingbird Hill Farm
The haunted corn maze is a walking trail puzzle with towering corn stalks. Everyone entering the corn maze will need a flashlight, bring your own or buy one at the gate. Details
943 Landslide Rd, Sault Ste. Marie
End of October; 6:30:00 PM – 11:00 PM
12. Ouimet Farms Adventure
Night Maze: Navigate the giant corn maze in the night solving clues and trying to find your way out of tall corn stalks.
Restrictions: All children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. Details
63 Main St. W, Vankleek Hill