Bring Friends or the Entire Family!
We will open the corn maze after hours, for your group of 20 or more, on Saturdays and Monday to Thursday By Reservation Only!
For groups of children 13 & under there must be an adult/chaperone for every five children.
The last entry time into the maze is 7:30pm.
Group Admission Rates:
A single payment of cash, debit, visa or mastercard, for the group, is required.
|Adults (14 and older)||– $6.75 ($5.97 + HST)|
|Child 6 to 13 years old||– $3.95 ($3.50 + HST)|
|Child 3 to 5 years old||– $3.50 ($3.10 + HST)|
|2 years & under are||FREE.|
If fewer than 20 people arrive for a pre-booked visit, the group will still be charged for 20.
To make a reservation you can call Beth at 613-475-4293, email us at email@example.com or click here for a registration form.
Important Notes & Tips
Comfortable, closed toe shoes are recommended on the farm. You will experience significant walking and require stable footwear.
Most Areas Are Stroller Friendly, However…
we are a working farm with unpaved, uneven walking surfaces, including the orchard, corn maze walkways and the pumpkin patch.
Children 13 and Under
Children 13 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
Portable restrooms are available for customer use. Two are close to the store and one is close to the mazes.
Cricklewood Farm is a non-smoking farm. Smoking is not permitted anywhere on Cricklewood Farm grounds including the corn maze. Thank you!
No Alcohol or Drugs
Alcohol and drugs are not permitted anywhere on Cricklewood Farm grounds including the corn maze. Thank you!
Cutting Through the Corn
Cutting through the corn may place you in the wrong area of the maze and you may end up missing half the maze. Short cuts permanently damage the corn and create false paths which ruins the fun for everyone.
Picking or Throwing Corn
If you pick cobs of corn, that becomes our loss and we cannot harvest it to sell at the end of the season. If you decide to throw the corn someone could be hurt. Thank you for your understanding!
Running Through the Corn Maze
We advise against running on corn maze pathways, especially in damp situations when the paths become slick and you might end up with a sore, wet behind.