Calgary Corn Maze
Pick Your Own
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The Calgary Corn Maze, Petting Zoo, & Pumpkin Patch is a great place for families, friends and groups to experience one of Alberta's truly unique attractions.
You'll have an "a-maizing" time navigating through the curves and swerves of the Calgary Corn Maze. The maze itself is 10-acres in size (roughly the size of ten football fields), with the corn growing to a height of 7 to 9 feet. There are over 4 kilometers of trails, with a number of trivia questions and challenges that will send you in the right (or wrong) direction.
The maze typically takes 45 - 75 minutes to complete depending how fast (or slow) you choose to go. Night time maze navigation takes a little longer and adds another exciting dimension to maze exploration. The quickest route if you absolutely made no wrong turns will take approximately 30 minutes.
Once you have conquered the maze, you can also test your skills at the bale rope, stone mazes, climb up on bale mountain, ride on the cow train, take a spin at the pedal kart race track, take aim with the corn cannons, visit with the furry friends at the petting zoo, watch the pig races, or grab a tasty treat at the corncession. You can also pick your own pumpkins at the pumpkin patch in the fall.
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284022 Township Road 224
Directions: The Calgary Corn Maze is located on the southeast corner of Calgary, 8 kilometers east of Highway 2 (Deerfoot Trail), just south of Highway 22X.
Take Highway 22X east of Calgary, Alberta to Range Road 285 (there is a Burnco sign at this intersection) and turn south.
Drive approximately 1.5 kilometers and take your first left onto Township Road 224.
Drive approximately 2 kilometers. It's on your left.
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This listing was last updated on: February 3, 2010