This Years Maze!

          This season marks the 20th year for the Edmonton Corn Maze. It is ‘amazing’ to reflect on how far we’ve come since our humble beginning in 2001. Two single guys in their twenties who borrowed money from family members because the bank couldn’t be convinced; rented land, borrowed a tractor, planted a field of corn and hoped that people would come. As we approach this 20th year so much has changed. Each new season we’ve embraced the challenge of trying new ideas and continuing to grow, change, and improve.


       We ourselves have changed too. We used to be just a few years older than most of our employees, and now we are from a different generation! We have families of our own and there are now seven children running around the maze, some of whom are old enough to work alongside us! We are so grateful to be able to support our families and to enjoy going to work every day. Thank you, Edmonton and surrounding communities for your support! We love seeing you come and enjoy your time at the maze and we appreciate you coming back year after year!


      We wanted to mark this milestone, but we also wanted to acknowledge that this year will feel somewhat different. 2020 has changed a lot for a lot of people. It has been hard to navigate at times, and full of challenges. This makes a corn maze the perfect fit for this summer! Seriously though, due to COVID-19, we will be taking extra care to clean and sanitize frequently on the property. We will encourage physical distancing and provide a few larger spaces in the maze itself to pass along the paths more safely. We will limit the number of patrons on the maze property at a time and will do everything we can to ensure a safe and enjoyable visit. We have lots of room to spread out and encourage you to come enjoy time with your loved ones!

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This years maze design is both an amazing aerial view as well as a challenging maze. Though the correct pathways can be walked in under 30 minutes, most directionally-challenged visitors – adults and children alike – will require about one hour to travel through the maze of more than 5 km of twists and turns and 85 decision points.
 

The Maze


A little bit about us and the maze.

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Previous Years


Every year we design a brand new maze. Check out the gallery of some of the aerial photos of our previous maze designs.


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Ways through the maze


One of the most common questions we receive is “How do you make the maze?”   Over the years we’ve over heard people discussing different possibilities .   These include crazy ideas like aliens,  or space lasers all the way to more realistic possibilities like GPS or planting the field in the design. Read More


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When to Visit


People often ask when the best time to visit the maze is. Each part of our season is unique and has something special to offer. From beautiful summer days to crisp Autumn nights – a visit to the corn maze is unique when ever you plan on visiting.

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Life Cycle of the Maze


Plant seeds – grow(with timely rains and sunlight) – harvest – repeat. This is cycle farmers have been following since the beginning of time.  Read More


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Making a Maze


One of the most common questions we receive is “How do you make the maze?”   Over the years we’ve over heard people discussing different possibilities .   These include crazy ideas like aliens,  or space lasers all the way to more realistic possibilities like GPS or planting the field in the design. Read More


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When to Visit


People often ask when the best time to visit the maze is. Each part of our season is unique and has something special to offer. From beautiful summer days to crisp Autumn nights – a visit to the corn maze is unique when ever you plan on visiting.