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Celebrate Fall at Happy Hollow Corn Maze in Regina

  • September 11, 2021

Image via Jesse Gardner

 

Fall is officially here, which means it’s time to start taking advantage of this special time of year.

 

From sipping on pumpkin spice lattes to going for walks among the beautiful foliage, there is so much to love about this fleeting season.

 

Perhaps one of our favourite fall activities is wandering through a corn maze. And if you’re like us, then you’re in luck because Regina is home to its very own corn maze courtesy of Happy Hollow Farm.

 

Situated roughly 30 minutes northwest of Regina, Happy Hollow Farm and Corn Maze is a must-visit fall attraction. 

 

Suitable for people of all ages, this family-run farm comes alive in the fall when it opens on Saturdays and Sundays throughout September and October. 

 

During these months, visitors can get lost in their signature corn maze, enjoy a wagon ride around the farm, visit the Kiddie Corral for fun with all kinds of barnyard animals (sheep, pigs, goats, chickens, and more), and enjoy the thrill of jumping on the Jumping Pillow.

 

Happy Hollow Farm also has a corn cannon and hay bale slide for all to enjoy. 

 

Even better, each weekend throughout September and October, the farm is honouring a different theme. First up is Grandparents Weekend on September 11th and 12th, where one grandparent enters for free with the purchase of one general admission ticket. 

 

September 18th and 19th is Princess and Super-Hero weekend, giving kids the chance to dress up as their favourite princess or superhero character. 

 

On October 2nd, there is a Hobo donuts pop-up, followed by a special Thanksgiving celebration featuring pie over the long weekend.

 

Happy Hollow Corn Maze’s final weekend is October 16th and 17th, and it will be an homage to Halloween. Featuring a pumpkin carving contest and decorations and costumes galore, you can bet it will be a day to remember. 

 

Happy Hollow Farm’s 2021 season kicks off September 11th and ends on October 17th, so be sure to visit while you can. General admission tickets cost $13 per person (children under 2 are free and seniors tickets are $10). 

 

If you’re going to be in Regina this fall, then don’t miss out on this festival seasonal event. And if you need a place to stay during your visit, you’re always welcome at the Home Inn and Suites Regina Airport.

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