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Vegreville Corn Maze

First! Vegreville is located about an hour's drive east of Edmonton & about an hour and a half's drive west of Lloydminster on the divided Highway 16. 

The Vegreville Corn Maze is located on the grounds of the Vegreville Regional Museum located at 14413 AB-16A, Vegreville, Alberta.

Can I purchase tickets in advance? 

No. You can only purchase tickets at the gate. We accept cash only. 

Do you have a petting zoo?

Yes. This year we will be offering a petting zoo and pony rides on alternating weekends. 

The pony rides will be offered on the September 10 & 11, September 24 & 25, and on the October 8 & 9 weekends. 

The petting zoo will be offered on the September 17 & 18, October 1 & 2, and on the October 15 & 16 weekends. 

Can I expect additional costs on top of the price of admission? 

While all on site activities are included in the price of admission (pony rides, petting zoo, train rides, etc.), there are on-site extras - depending on what weekend you attend - like concessions, a lemonade stand, henna/glitter tattoos, an art sale, and farmer's market that are not included in the price of admission.

Do I have to pay for parking? 

No. Parking is free. 

Is there a limit on how much time I can spend on the grounds? 

No. Your entry is good for the entire day you've paid for. 

About how much time should I expect to spend on the grounds? 

That totally depends on you. We've had guest stay for a half-hour to 45-minutes while others have spent the entire day on the grounds.

Who should I contact if I have more questions? 

You can email or message the Vegreville Corn Maze on Facebook. 

The Vegreville Corn Maze is a 100% not for profit endeavour powered by volunteers and facilitated by the Town of Vegreville, specially the Vegreville Corn Maze Committee – a subcommittee of the Vegreville Tourism Advisory Board. 

In its inaugural season in 2020, thanks to generous corporate support and better-than-anticipated gate revenue, the Vegreville Corn Maze raised over $15,000 – funds that were then dispersed back to the community not-for-profit groups that volunteered at the event. 

In 2021, the maze averaged about 500 visitors each weekend or about 5,000 total guests with visitors from all over the region, including Edmonton, Leduc, Bonnyville, Lloydminster and beyond.