Edmonton Corn Maze
Will you get lost in the Edmonton corn maze? Probably not, but it doesn't hurt to try!
Edmonton Corn Maze is a fun thing to do for all ages - children, teens, adults, and seniors will all love this mind stretching walk through a corn field!
Each year, a new corn maze is constructed - always in the shape of something fun and exciting.
If you were to walk the corn maze and never make a wrong turn - it might take you about 1/2 hour to complete - but since never taking a wrong turn is highly unlikely - it is more likely that it will take you about an hour to go through all the twists and bends in the cornfield.
Location: 26101 SH 627 Spruce Grove, AB T7Y 1B3 (780) 288-0208
GPS Coordinates: N53 27'13" - W113 43'53"
It's located on the South West side of Edmonton.
Overall Rating: 5 star
Seasonal: Open from mid-July to mid-October
Go Again? For sure! We had a fun morning at the maze. Would love to try it again next year.
Parking: A fairly large parking lot with easy access to the main road. We had no trouble finding parking when we went on the weekend.
Dogs: Dogs are welcome - but they must be kept on a leash and, of course, you need to clean up after them.
Things to Do:
Our Edmonton Corn Maze Visit
I've always wanted to go to a corn maze - but never had the opportunity to try it out.
I was so excited to finally have a chance to get lost in a field of corn!
We went late in the season - so I was worried about the condition of the maze - but it was still in a remarkably good state.
We arrived at the Edmonton Corn Maze fairly soon after it opened and there were hardly any people there.
We started out at the pedal carts - they were free! And as dad was in line buying tickets - how can kids resist a ride on these "giant bikes" - so we obliged them and gave them a ride! Of course, we were'n't slow to give them a try ourselves!
Next we grabbed our "passports" and headed into the heart of the maze.
To say you'd never make a wrong turn within the maze is being way to optimistic - and we had our fair share of wrong turns.
There're numbered posts throughout the maze to give you encouragement at least that you're going the right way!
At each numbered post, you get out your passport - answer the question on the passport - and based on the answer you choose - you will turn left or right.
The kids had a lot of fun running through the maze and trying to figure out which was the right way to go.
At one point the maze even included an optional lookout that you could climb up to look out over the corn maze - that was neat!
I think the hardest part of the Edmonton Corn Maze this year was trying to get to post 5 - you know it's difficult when you hardly see anyone during your whole time in the maze and then all of a sudden you see tons of people all wandering around asking each other for help with post number 5!
When we finished the maze, we stopped for a hotdog and lunch from the concession stand - very yummy!
Then we paid the animals a visit...funny - they all were eating corn!
Finally, the kids got to climb and jump all over a platform of stacked hay bales - for them - that may have been the hit of the day.
We went home...and the kids napped wonderfully - it had been a wonderful day.
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