Over the years, corn mazes in Minnesota have sprung up all over the state -- like a field of, well – corn. And while they’ve have been successful, the COVID pandemic has caused some of them to not open at all in 2020.

But other corn maze farms aren’t letting the COVID kill their CORN. They're doing their best to give their cornfield wandering fans what they want this time of year. Especially THIS year. But they are also limiting their hours and adhering to social distance guidelines.

I'm sure these guys enjoy coming up with unique designs every year. That right there is a great reason to check them out. But if you’re bored of the typical daytime corn maze or find them too easy, maybe an evening, flashlight use only maze might be just what you need. Here are some places to check out.


Where: Dayton, MN

When: Friday’s and Saturday’s from 7p -10p from October 2nd through October 31st 

When it comes to Flashlight Night's, Dehn's Pumpkin Patch gives you the most opportunities, running both Friday and Saturday nights in the month of October. Plus, it's less than an hour's drive from St. Cloud.


Where: Ramsey, MN

When: Friday nights only from 7p – 9p from October 2nd through October 30th

Check out Pearson's website to see aerial photo's from previous corn mazes. It looks like they really like creating their mazes this every year. You can also book field trips and youth group events.


Where: Alexandria, MN

When: Limited dates. September 26th, October 10th and October 16th

Country Blossoms have the least amount of opportunities to enjoy Flashlight Nights. But if you go, get there early to pick some apples, strawberries, and raspberries.

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