• McMaze Farm, Sleigh & Wagon Ride

Our History

Fourteenth Season - 2014

2014 saw the addition of the Gemstone Mining Adventure at McMaze where you can mine for your very own gemstone. It also saw the end of the night-time Haunted Season as we begin to focus on our family activities at McMaze. This year, the corn maze recognized the 100th anniversary since the start of World War II.

Thirteenth Season - 2013

In early 2013, McMaze was awarded the Stormont Federation of Agriculture Award of Merit. Sandy was also presented with the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medal.

Eighth Season - 2008

The Corn Maze commemorated the 50th anniversary of the Flooding of the Seaway Valley.

The Sorghum Maze commemorated the 100th anniversary of Anne of Green Gables and Simon Fraser.

Old McDonald's Playground opened.

The door maze and haze maze were enlarged by popular demand.

Farm fresh pumpkin products included Pumpkin Pie, Fudge, Muffins, Donuts, Cookies and even Pumpkin Juice!

Seventh Season - 2007

Duck Races.

Hay Jump (Children's Play Area).

Rope Maze.

Firemen Challenge Tractor Tug of War Day Sept. 8 (Rain Date Sept. 15).

Sixth Season - 2006

Pig Races with the three little pigs.

More fall decorations including different varieties of popcorn.

Farm fresh pumpkin fudge and pies for sale.

Agri-Tour in SD & G: Sept. 9 - 10 and 16 - 17.

Fifth Season - 2005

Miniature Horse Drawn Wagon Rides.

Daizy Maze, the McMaze milking cow.

Agriculture Theme.

Goat Run.

Over 8 Acres of Pumpkins Planted.

Toy Tractor track.

Colour Post Maze.

Canadian Quizv

Even more farm animals!

Tall Grass Maze.

Chuck wagon rides with our miniature horses and pony rides.

Enjoy a horse drawn wagon ride to our 7 acres of pick your own pumpkins.

Ornamental corn, straw, popcorn and more fall decorations.

Goat Condo - Feed the goats and then watch them climb.

3.5 acre Tall Grass Maze.

AWARDS South Stormont Chamber of Commerce and Women Entrepreneurs of Cornwall & Area "Entrepreneur Of The Year" awards.

Fourth Season - 2004

Romantic Sleigh Rides at Valentines.

Over 6 acres of pick your own pumpkin patch was planted.

Great Easter Egg Hunt in the spring.

McMaze was opened all year round.

"Marriage is Murder" Murder Mystery Dinner.

Calf Roping.

3.5 Acre Corn Maze in the shape of Canada.

Third Season - 2003

The first ever Door Maze, known to our knowledge, was opened. Visitors attempt to find the exit by opening door hoping that one of the over fifty doors leads to an exit.

Over 5.5 acres of pumpkin patch was planted in the spring, and in the fall it turned into a Pick-Your-Own Pumpkin Patch. Visitors could hitch a ride on our Horse-Drawn Wagon Rides to travel to the pumpkin patch.

Horse-Drawn Sleigh and Wagon Rides could be booked for parties, etc. Christmas at McMaze was started where visitors could take a sleigh ride to the bush and meet Mr. and Mrs. Claus, get hot chocolate and give Santa their very own wish list.

First ever Harvest Day in support of Tagwi Interact Club and Rotary Club district 7040's Humanitarian Mission to El Salvador.

McMaze was named Entrepreneur of the Year.

Second Season - 2002

Sandy was awarded a Youth Entrepreneur grant from "Summer Company" worth $3000.

The grant was used to open The Haze Maze where visitors were challenged to find their way out of the maze while it was filled with fog, and was in complete darkness.

Ice Storm Post Maze was opened. Damaged trees from the Ice Storm of '98 were used to create the post maze.

The Haunted Bush Walk was opened. The Haunted bush walk takes visitors on an almost 1 km trail through the haunted bush on the property of McMaze. Each group is guided by an unknown being, and we hope that all visitors make it out alive. It has been rumoured that spirit of Freddy Cougar lives in the woods.

Picnic area was opened.

First Season - 2001

Started with 3.5 acre corn maze in the shape of 4 trees, each in a different season. Challenged navigational skills and mind. Visitors had to answer questions to get to the next station, each station would help you find your way out.

Opened the Haunted Barn in the fall. Prior to this, the inside of our house had been turned into a haunted house for the evening to haunt visitors. We had decided during Hallowe'en 2000 to move the Haunted House to the barn to allow more room and to keep the mud and rain out of the house!

If you're still interested, click here to read newspaper articles from the years McMaze has been open.