5 Manitoba Corn Mazes to Get Lost in This Fall

Posted August 31, 2023 | Author Breanne Sewards

Not all those who wander are lost - except if you're in a corn maze, of course. When it comes to quintessential fall experiences, finding your way through a corn maze is right up there with sipping pumpkin spice lattes and feeling colourful leaves crunch beneath your boots. Here are 5 corn mazes that you must check out in Manitoba.

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1. Deer Meadow Farms

RM of Springfield

You may recognize Deer Meadow Farms for its creative corn maze designs that have previously gone viral on social media. The corn maze is just the start to a fun fall day at Deer Meadow Farms, with a petting zoo, pumpkin patch, Forbidden Forest, bale pyramid, concession stand and wild game preserve all on site.

2. Secord Corn Maze


Situated north of Dauphin, Manitoba, Secord Corn Maze is available via booking only as to prevent overcrowding and ensure the most enjoyable experience possible! While navigating the intricate pathways of the maze, engage in the quest for clues to unravel puzzles. Additionally, explore attractions like the periscope and capture moments at the numerous picturesque spots throughout the maze.

3. A Maze in Corn

Saint Adolphe

A Maze in Corn is a family-friendly destination that has everything you need for the perfect fall day spent with your loved ones: a snack shack, petting zoo, haunted forest, pony rides and of course - the corn maze.

4. Boonstra Farms


Find your way through Murray's 10-acre corn maze at Boonstra Farms! You may know Boonstra for its spring strawberry picking, but the farm also comes alive in the fall. Like other corn mazes on this list, it's quite easy to spend a day at Boonstra – from visiting the petting zoo to enjoying a hayride.

5. Pembina Threshermen's Museum


If you prefer to pair your corn mazery with a bit of history, head to the Pembina Threshermen's Museum in Winkler, Manitoba. This vast museum will send you back in time to a quaint pioneer village, complete with a general store, barber shop, church and the adorable Brimberly Village - where you can step into the streets of yesteryear.

About The Author

Hey! I'm Breanne, Editorial Content Specialist for Travel Manitoba. First to jump in the lake and last to make it down the River Trail. Lover of croissants, cats, and croissant-shaped cats. Got a story idea? Email me at bsewards@travelmanitoba.com.

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