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2021 Fall Corn Maze Season

We are excited about being open from August - October later this year. Stay tuned on our Facebook page for updates regarding the fall season as it approaches. Thank you to those who came out last year. Check out some statistics from the past season below.

Statistics for the 2020 corn maze season

Youth Farm Corn Maze

Our maze is constructed on an 8 acre corn field, located near Rosthern, Saskatchewan.  We have a family friendly 'Small Stalks' maze for our younger guests, shorter in length and guided, catering to little legs.  On the other 6 acres of our field sits our 'Crazy Cobbler' maze, ready to challenge our more advanced mazers!

All funds raised from the Corn Maze go towards the ministry of the Youth Farm Bible Camp

 

 

Corn Maze Logo, barn and corn stalks

Hours

Open 1:00 PM - 8:00 PM  on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and holiday Mondays during the months of August - October!

Contact Us

Youth Farm Corn Maze
Box 636
Rosthern, SK.
S0K 3R0

306-232-5133

info@yfbc.ca

Pet Policy

At the request of our petting zoo animals, and your fellow visitors, we have become a pet free facility.  Sorry, no exceptions (except for service dogs, of course). 

Reviews of the Youth Farm Corn Maze

Mr. Fundamental
This is a blog about financial independence, early retirement, time saving, and frugality.  Mr. Fundamental brought his family of five to the Corn Maze in September 2019.  It was one of the busiest days at our fall festival!  Mr Fundamental thinks a trip to our site is a no-brainer.  You should ditch the movies and get out to the Rosthern Corn Maze!

Family Fun Saskatoon
A family of five came to the corn maze in September, 2018, allotting two hours and realized they would need a lot more time.  "The Youth Farm is hub of all the seasonal farm and family-fun one can imagine and the corn mazes (there are two!) are a sideshow."  There is a "king’s ransom worth of treasures" at the Youth Farm Corn Maze.

Sew Bright Creations
Jackie Lindsey and her family came out to the Youth Farm Corn Maze in September of 2017.  She reviewed many of the activities that we have at the farm and enjoyed the day with her husband and daughter.  Shows that there is lots to see and do at our place.  Great pictures posted and some comments by others that have been to our farm.

Story in the Saskatoon StarPhoenix
In September of 2018, Darlene Polachic wrote a great article about the Corn Maze with information about the history of the fall festival and how the Youth Farm Bible Camp started.  For more information about our camp history, check out the essays on this page.

If you are interested in doing a review/article on the Youth Farm Corn Maze, please send us an email!