Happy Hollow Corn Maze Reopens for 2021

  • September 11, 2021

Image via Kimmy Williams


Fall is just around the corner, and what better way to celebrate than by visiting a family-run farm with a festive corn maze?


Happy Hollow Corn Maze is located just 25 minutes northwest of Regina in Lumsden, Saskatchewan. 


As the province’s premier corn maze and family-run farm, it is a popular spot come the fall, and we can see why.


In September and October, Happy Hollow Farm turns into an autumnal paradise. Beyond their signature corn maze, the farm is also home to a petting zoo, wagon rides, a corn cannon, a hay bale slide, and a jumping pillow. In essence, there is plenty of fall fun to be had here!


Plus, each weekend that they’re open throughout the fall, they are honouring a different theme. 


Kicking things off with the grand opening on September 11th and 12th is Grandparents Weekend, where one grandparents goes free with the purchase of one general admission ticket. Then on September 18th and 19th, it’s Princess and Super-Hero weekend, where young ones are encouraged to dress up in their best princess and superhero costumes.


Into October, Happy Hollow Farm is celebrating Thanksgiving by offering pie and coffee to guests over the long weekend. Finally, on their last weekend of the season, October 16th and 17th, the farm is hosting a special Halloween event, which includes a pumpkin carving contest and Halloween costumes. 


Even better, at each weekend throughout the fall, live music will be performed by Rob Hopkins on the main stage. 

Happy Hollow Corn Maze and Farm in Lumsden is open Saturdays and Sundays starting at 10:00 am between September 11th and October 17th.

General admission includes access to all fall activities on-site and costs $13 (kids under 2 are free and seniors tickets are discounted at $10). All tickets, including family passes and annual passes, can be purchased on Happy Hollow Farm’s website.


If you’re headed to Regina this fall, then be sure to plan a trip to Happy Hollow Farm in Lumsden. And if you’re looking for a place to stay during your visit, you’re always welcome at the Days Inn Regina.



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