FAQ

Frequently asked questions

Corn Maze

How big is the maze?


Our maze is contructed on a 8 acre corn field. We have a family friendly 'Small Stalks' maze for our younger guests, shorter in length and guided, catering to little legs. On the other 6 acres of our field sits our 'Crazy Cobbler' maze, ready to challenge our more advanced mazers.




How long does it take to get through the maze?


To go through both mazes takes around 30-45 minutes - although some have taken a lot longer than this! However there is so much more to do on the farm yard! We are more than just a Corn Maze, a three-four hour family adventure! We have a climbing wall, petting zoo, jumping pillow, pedal carts, wagon ride, pumpkin barn, potato launcher, candy store and much more.




Will I get lost?


You may not know where you are in the maze, but we have never had anyone stay the night! Everyone has always come out. We also have emergency exits so that people can escape the maze if needed. The small maze can be conquered quite quickly, so it's a good place to start.




Are the maze and facilities wheelchair accessible?


We are semi-acessible. For the maze, paths are all hard packed dirt trails and easily fit a wheelchair. However, recent rains can make the paths get quite muddy and would be harder for wheelchairs to use on. All other activities are accessible to wheelchairs via grass lawns. A wheelchair accessible washroom is available via an elevator to our basement, just ask a staff member for assistance.




Can I bring a stroller into the maze?


Yes. The paths accommodate most strollers, however, the trails are hard packed dirt and can get muddy after a rainfall making it more difficult to push.




What age of people is the maze appropriate for?


The whole family can enjoy the maze, that is one of the great things about the maze, the fact that is something that people of all ages can enjoy. As long as you are able to walk for an hour or so, you can fully enjoy the maze.




Can I pick the corn from the maze?


For the enjoyment of future guests, we ask that you do not pick the corn or walk through non paths. Besides, the corn is not sweet corn but rather corn used for cattle.





Petting Zoo

Can I bring a pet?


At the resquest of our pettinz zoo animals, and your fellow visitors, we have become a pet free facility. Sorry, no exceptions ( expect for service dogs, of course)




Can I feed the animals of the petting zoo with corn from the maze or anything else I bring?


No, since we are asking people not to pick the corn of the corn maze. As well, the corn is very dangerous for some of our animals to eat. Instead, we have special animal food for sale here that may be fed to any of our animals, as much as they want!





General

How big is your property?


The Eight Acre maze is surrounded by another six acres of acivities such as the climbing wall, petting zoo, jumping pillow, pedal carts, wagon ride, pumpkin barn, potato launcher, candy store and much more. It's a large working farm that has so much to see or do! It is more than just a corn maze, it is a 3-4 hour family adventure!




What days and times are you open?


We are open every Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Holiday Monday from 1:00 PM - 8:00 PM each day.




When will you close for the season?


We will close at end of October. Last or second-last weekend, depending on weather. Stay tuned to our Facebook page for current announcements.





COVID-19

What restrictions are there?


Currently, there is a province-wide public indoor masking order. This means you have to wear a mask while inside public buildings. There are a few indoor spaces at our facility that you could be in. This includes the admission booth when entering, a place with washrooms and a concession, while touring the Tabernacle, and the place with our pumpkin display. Other than that, all our activities are made for outdoor family fun! We also ask that families and groups stay physically distanced from other families and groups. Let us play smart, stay 6 feet apart!




Do I have to wear a mask?


Masks are required when entering through our admission booth, the place with washrooms and a concession, the place with our pumpkin display, and while touring the Tabernacle.




Are there limits on the amount of people allowed to come at the same time?


There currently no restrictions on gathering sizes for Saskatchewan.




Do you have contactless payment options?


Yes. Everywhere we sell we offer card readers with debit and credit tap receiving capabilities.




Are you open this year?


Yes, following restrictions set out by the health authority.




Is proof of vaccination or negative test required to enter?


Thankfully, no!