Country Corn Maze
Come experience a fall tradition in Warroad at the Country Corn Maze. The theme for 2017 is “BUILDING MEMORIES” so start making plans for your road trip to Warroad and plan the perfect weekend building memories with the family! Get lost in the corn, find the perfect pumpkin to bring home, roast marshmallows by the campfire, climb a bale of hay, take the family on a hayride, check out the views all while staying in Warroad, MN.
NORTH COUNTRY CORN MAZE IS ONLY OPEN ON FRIDAY’S & SATURDAY’S.
FUN at the Country Corn Maze!
“Octoball – A fun game for groups!
Covered Corn Pit -Your little ones, and maybe you too, will like this!
Farm Ball – See just how good you are at throwing a ball!
Garbage Ball – You’ll have to try this one out!
Mini-Bale Mountain – At one of our granddaughter’s request!
Hayrides! Rides are FREE and about 10 minutes long.
Farmer style obstacle course! Time yourself as you race through the obstacle course made with things found on their farm.
Loafing Shed! Also known as the picnic shelter. Available for reservation for groups with advance notice.
Campfire! They will have a couple going but if you wish to have one for private use with a large group, please let us know in advance.
Concession Stand! There’s a few snacks, soft drinks, smores, candy and glow products available.
Giant Slingshot! Try your aim at hitting a target with a water balloon in a giant slingshot. A water balloon shot is .25 cents.
The “Ark”! A place to visit farm animals that everyone loves.
The “Granary”! A great place to buy a souvenir, or maybe just something you can’t get anywhere else! You will find toys, food, jewelry, and more!
The Bale Mountain! Everyone loves to climb to the top of the mountain and see the view!
The Tire Dragon! Children will love climbing on and through this behemoth!
Fort Cornstalk! A big fort with games in it!
Admission includes as many trips through the maze as you desire, hayrides, bale castle, maze yard activities, campfires, and more!
Fun for the whole family!
For more details, visit them online by clicking here.
Photo credit and information: Country Corn Maze.