Fall Harvest Festival & Maze

The beauty of Minneapolis Northwest is on full display in the fall. And you won’t find a more authentic autumn experience than at Twin Cities Harvest Festival and Maze in Brooklyn Park. Packed with family entertainment, there are endless memories to be made at this annual event. 

The festival’s main attraction is the expansive corn maze – one of the largest in the state! Each year, the maze takes on a new theme and design, and themed trivia is scattered among the corn stalks. Wander the maze as you search for the trivia signs, and don’t worry about getting lost – that’s part of the experience!

The festival also features a tented petting zoo with familiar animals such as goats and rabbits, and exotic ones like kangaroos, camels, and lemurs. Bowls of feed are available for purchase and give kids a chance to interact with the animals. 

In addition to the petting zoo, kids can go for pony rides, bounce on inflatables, zoom down the giant gunnysack slide, go for hayrides, get their caricature drawn, and frolic around a straw bale maze. And all kids love the giant corn seed pit where they can jump and swim through the golden kernels until their heart’s content.

Live music radiates from a stage, and the smell of your favorite fair foods waft through the air. Warm up and refuel with hot chocolate and classic cinnamon-sugar mini donuts. Twin Cities Harvest Festival and Maze is open weekends in September and October, including special hours over MEA weekend. Visit our Events page for specific dates and times.

This annual festival is operated by the Bouwman family, who also run Twin Cities Spring Babies Festival. The family owns the farmland that plays home to this event, and has used it to bring the community together every fall season. The festival grounds are located at 8001 109th Ave. N in Brooklyn Park, just off Hwy 169. 


Precautions around COVID-19 have led to the cancellation or postponement of recent events. Future events are also subject to cancellation. Please confirm before attending an event.