ST. PAUL, MN - Minnesota's corn mazes appear in orchards, farms, and pumpkin patches each fall. The tradition of creating one of these elaborate structures has been around for centuries.
Most mazes have paths and clues that lead to dead ends, but some are also designed to be challenging and have various activities to keep the kids engaged.
Going to corn mazes can be an exciting seasonal recreation for Twin Cities residents. Here are some available corn mazes across Minnesota for your options.
There are some great corn mazes in Twin Cities.
From corn mazes to carnivals, there's something for everyone in the Twin Cities. With over 20 acres of corn mazes, Twin Cities Harvest Fest and Maze is sure to keep the whole family busy. Go to Brooklyn Park to get all the fun in this event. There are also various other attractions for adults and kids.
Then, the Sever's Corn Maze has it all. From a pig race to a magic show. The design of the maze changes every year. Some previous designs include T-Rex, firetruck, locomotive, and the wild west.
Greater Minnesota's corn mazes are absolutely worth exploring as well.
Outside of St. Cloud, A and G Produce is a must-visit for anyone wanting to experience Halloween fun. It has a variety of attractions for the whole family. There's a cow train, a corn maze, and pony rides for kids.
Also, Paul Bunyan Land's Haunted Corn Maze in Brainerd features a terrifying tractor ride, corn maze, and more. Moreover, the Country Corn Maze features a corn maze, hayrides, and an escape room. It is located about an hour north of Minneapolis.
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