Get in the Fall Spirit at this Regina Corn Maze
- September 11, 2021
Image via Amy Baugess
Fall has arrived, and that means crisp weather, falling leaves, and pumpkin spice everything! Thankfully, it’s not hard to get in the fall spirit here in Regina, especially with Happy Hollow Corn Maze in town.
Happy Hollow Corn Maze is Saskatchewan’s premier corn maze and family farm, and it’s open all season long. From September 11th until October 17th, this farm, located roughly half an hour northwest of Regina in Lumsden, offers 15 acres of family-friendly fall fun.
This year’s event includes everything from their signature corn maze and corn cannon to farm animals, a hay bale slide, a jumping pillow, wagon rides, and even themed weekends.
For example, September 11th and 12th is Grandparents Weekend (one grandparent goes free), meanwhile September 18th and 19th is Princess/Super-Hero weekend where kids are encouraged to dress up as their favourite princess or superhero.
Later in October, Happy Hollow Farm is celebrating Thanksgiving with pie and coffee, and then Halloween where there will be a pumpkin carving contest and young ones are encouraged to don their Halloween costumes.
Plus, at all weekend events, there will be live music on the main stage courtesy of Rob Hopkins.
General admission for Happy Hollow Farm’s 2021 season is $13. Children under 2 years of age are free while seniors are just $10. There are also family passes and season’s passes available for purchase. Admission to the farm includes access to the various fall activities on-site, including the petting zoo where kids can get up close and personal with goats, sheep, ponies, pigs, and chickens.
The gates open at 10:00 am each weekend and tickets can be purchased in advance on Happy Hollow Farm’s website.
If you’re visiting Regina this fall, then we suggest heading up to Happy Hollow Corn Maze while in town. And if you need a place to stay, you’re always welcome at the Days Inn by Wyndham Regina Airport West. We offer a cozy atmosphere, convenient location near the airport, and luxe amenities.
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