Ready to start your own cult based on a Stephen King short story? Look no further for your home base, because the Edmonton Corn Maze has reopened for the summer! This beloved, family-friendly attraction is a great outdoor option this summer, so let’s check it out!

Admittedly, the focus of this year’s maze is a lot brighter than our Stephen King joke would suggest. That’s because this year, the design was inspired by the Edmonton Food Bank, which has been incredibly helpful for the city ever since the pandemic began.

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Although, they cannot provide much help in you solving it. The Corn Maze features around 5km of twists and turns to get lost in. And, while some of the savvier folks out there can do it in 30 minutes or less, the recommended time is more like an hour. Us? Well, if we can escape by nightfall then we’re happy.

So, keep this all-ages option in mind as we head into the dog days of summer, folks!

Edmonton Corn Maze

When: Now open for the season!
Where: 26171 Garden Valley Road, Spruce Grove
Cost: $13.50+ for GA