We are excited to again offer a 6+ acre interactive corn maze this fall. We have planted over 50 varieties of pumpkins, gourds and squash along with tons of fun activities. Farm animals to see and pet, tractors to climb on, a corn pit, straw maze for small kids, along with fun games to play! We will be open weekends starting September through October. We are wheelchair/ handicap accessible. You won't want to miss the fun at Otter Berry Farm this Fall!


Weekends  September  11th  - October 31st

Saturdays 10:00am - 5:30pm

Sundays 1:00pm - 5:00pm

Otter Berry Farm Corn Maze Minnesota Pumpkin patch


We will be open Thursday- Sunday for MEA weekend! Make plans to come see us!!

Oct. 21st 1pm -5:30pm

Oct. 22nd 10am - 5:30pm 

       Oct. 22nd family night maze 7:30pm -10pm 

Oct. 23rd 10am -5:30pm

Oct. 24th 1pm - 5pm


2020 Daytime Maze and activity area admission :
Kids 5 & Under - FREE
Ages 6-12 - $5
Ages 13 and older $8

Pumpkins & Concessions are an extra charge. Prices subject to change. 


Schools, churches, daycares or other groups { 25 person minimum} can schedule Friday or Monday visits - contact us for details.


Sorry, NO PETS or SMOKING at the farm. Outside food and beverages are allowed at the farm. 

We prefer cash or check, but can accept credit cards.



Back by popular demand!
Special Family Friendly Light Nights 
Sept. 25th, October 9th, October 22nd 
These nights will be cancelled if the weather is bad, call for updates (218-346-5034). 7:30pm-10:00pm 
last maze entrance at 9:30pm 

Grandparents Day
Sunday, October 3rd- Grandparents are FREE with a paying child admission. 


50+ varieties of pumpkins and squash at otter berry farm
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So what is a corn maze?
Corn mazes are giant puzzles that you walk through. Farms take cornfields and cut paths into them. But to add more of a challenge there are loops and dead ends to get you lost. And since the corn is usually taller than you are, it is easy to get lost. Many times corn mazes are even cut to make the field look like some type of picture or design.


What kind of person does it take to navigate through a maze, and will I receive a map to help navigate the maze?
Mazes can be accomplished by anyone. Both children and children at heart will love the experience of navigating, getting lost, and finding their way again. At our maze, we give visitors a map to help you find your way to the exit. You can also use your smart phone and gps as you find your way through the maze. While in the maze, we offer extra puzzles and games to make it even more fun.


Do I have to use my smart phone while in the maze? 

No. We provide paper maps and trivia cards. You can, however, use your smartphone to access more than 60 categories of questions to navigate the maze. Answer correctly and you will be headed in the right direction. But if you are incorrect...let's just say you need to watch out for a dead end!

You can also turn your phone into a virtual punch card. Use your phone to scan QR codes (or type the code in). The phone tracks which checkpoints you have found, and when you are all finished you can enter into a drawing to win prizes.

Plus, teachers and group leaders can also write their own custom trivia questions through an online tool to print and bring for their students or members.


What should I take to visit a maze?
Here is a quick checklist of what you may need if you visit a maze.

  • Good walking shoes.

  • Appropriate clothing. (Remember, you will be walking through a cornfield.)

  • Water. Walking will make you thirsty, especially if it is a hot day. (Food and beverages are available on site for purchase some weekends, check Facebook for availability).

  • Bug spray.

  • Sun screen.

  • A readiness to get lost!!