The Best Corn Mazes in Niagara

best corn mazes in Niagara

Working together through a corn maze is a fun way to spend a fall day outside with the family. Here is our list of the best corn mazes in Niagara. Have fun working your way through them!


The Best Corn Mazes in Niagara


Howells Family Pumpkin Farm

Featuring: Super Corny Cobb’s Maze Adventure – a challenging corn maze, with eight hidden stamping stations where kids can collect stamps on an activity sheet. There are also three lookout towers (with slides) placed in the maze that allow you to look about the corn maze.  
Location:2878 Holland Road, Fonthill, Ontario, L0S 1E6.

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COVID Update: All tickets must purchased online as we will have a capacity for each time slot attractions will be running with a smaller capacity. Attractions with touch surfaces will be disinfected between uses and masks will be required in certain attractions as well. The only attraction not able to run is live shows (Rex show and Pig Races) as per the suggestion of Public Health.


Warner Ranch and Pumpkin Farm

Featuring: A corn maze is available for $2.00 a person.
Location: 7705 Schisler Road, Niagara Falls
Phone: 905-384-2684
Hours: Open daily 9am-7pm. There is no general admission.

COVID Update: Everything is going ahead except the bounce house. Masks are required where social distancing not possible. Sanitize when you arrive.


Bry-Anne Farms

Featuring: A corn maze and a straw bale maze.
Location: 471 Foss Road in Fenwick
Phone: 905-892-8999
Hours: Sun-Fri – 1pm-6pm, Sat 11am – 6pm


Richardson’s Farm and Market

Featuring: A three acre corn maze, the Jammed Tractor mini maze, cats cradle maze, pathway puzzle maze, and straw bale maze.
Location: 131 River Road, Dunnville, ON
Phone: 905-774-7507
Hours: Monday to Friday: 9am-6pm (wagon rides are not available on weekdays). Saturdays and Thanksgiving Monday 9am -5pm  (wagon rides will be operating). CLOSED SUNDAYS

COVID Update:  The farm will still have lots of pumpkins, and opportunities for family photo-ops at the farm, however fall farm activities, such as the corn maze and wagon rides, etc…are on hold for the 2020 season. They are so thankful for families and schools who have returned year after year and consider a visit to the farm their yearly tradition and regret the disappointment that this decision will cause.



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