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The Mazes

When it comes to corn mazes, bigger is better. We're the home of the largest Corn Maze in the United Counties. When you're lost at McMaze, you're not just wandering around aimlessly though. We have lots of activities to help you through. Each year, is a new design and a new challenge. This year we are celebrating the 100th anniversary of the 4-H Club in Canada.

McMaze Corn Maze Summer Fun

CORN MAZE

Our large corn maze is 4 acres in size. The corn maze will take 30 to 60 minutes to complete depending how fast you go and how many wrong turns you make.

ICE STORM POST MAZE

This is a smaller maze made from all the cedar that bent or broke during the ice storm in 1998.

THE HAZE MAZE

We have an entire maze inside, filled with nothing but walls and fog. Now try to find your way out of that. It's guaranteed to be a mind-boggling activity the whole family can enjoy.

THE DOOR MAZE

A building that has 52 doors all decorated with a different style and appearance, some open and some don't -- you have to work your way through this maze.

Tall Grass Maze

Designed in a field of Switchgrass, this permanent tall grass sets the field for a 3.5 acre maze. Annually, the grass is harvested for biofuel.

The corn typically reaches its peak height in mid to late August. In a typical growing year, the typical lifecycle of the corn is as follows:

  • ✔ Late July: Corn reaches 6 feet and above
  • ✔ Mid August: Corn reaches 8 feet and above
  • ✔ Early September or when the first hard frost occurs: Corn begins changing from green to fall yellow, and plant height and density begins to shrink
  • ✔ Late September to early-October: Corn is full yellow in color. Height of the field is dependent on weather (wind, snow, etc.)
  • ✔ Early November: The corn is harvested before the snow settles in for the winter

When the corn reaches 5 feet and above, it is tall enough that people can no longer determine which path to take next although they may be able to see over the tops of the corn.