2021 Corn Maze Design
2021 marks the 100th anniversary of the discovery of insulin, one of the most significant medical discoveries of the 20th century, by researchers Dr. Frederick Banting and Charles Best at the University of Toronto.
“This year the corn maze features an insulin bottle with the years 1921-2021 written within a Canadian maple leaf. It also features the work of JDRF - an organization here in Canada creating awareness for Type One Diabetes and supporting, connecting and funding the best Type One research around the world.” explains Rachel Kraay, who, together with her husband own the Kraay Family Farm.
In the century since the breakthrough that historic summer of 1921, insulin has saved and improved the lives of millions of people with diabetes—here in Canada and across the globe...
Come out in the evenings in the Fall for our FLASHLIGHT MAZE! Bring your own flashlights, buy a glowstick or try the maze under a Full Moon for a natural way to walk lit paths at night! The maze is not lit up with yard lights so when the nights get darker the maze gets darker (earlier) too – try it in the light and the dark for two completely different experiences.
Games in the Maze
Passport to fun! In the maze entrance you’ll find your choice of passports (trivia sheets) filled with questions that correspond to numbered posts in the maze. Find the post, match the number, answer the question correctly and you’re on your way out! If you answer incorrectly, you’re still on your way but it may take you a few more twists and turns.
Spookley the Square Pumpkin!
In the Kiddie Maze, you can read the story of Spookley the Square Pumpkin as he tells his story. Spookley is a unique, fictional square pumpkin that delivers a special message of tolerance and kindness – a great story for kids of all ages!