Now that fall is officially here, so are corn mazes...and Minnesota is full of them. Here's your complete list of Minnesota's best stunning corn mazes.

Corn mazes are crazy cool, but the only way you'll be able to see how artistic they are is with an aerial view. Because of this, corn maze owners need to make walking through their corn maze quite the super-experience - from the ground, which is exactly what Minnesota's best corn mazes do. We've researched corn mazes that are north of Minneapolis up through central Minnesota.

A and G Produce, St. Joseph
Opens October 1st through the 30th. During the day it's a friendly corn maze experience. By night, a paintball shootout with zombies and terrifying creatures.

Carter's Red Wagon Farm & Market, Park Rapids
Open every Saturday through October. A giant 6.5-acre medieval-themed corn maze, with more than a mile of twisting, winding paths, turns, dead ends, and hidden surprises! Following the winding paths through 7 foot tall corn stalks, you can challenge your gang to see who is the first one to go all the way from start to finish!

Apple Jack Orchard, Delano
Open weekends in October. Not only do you get to enjoy a big corn maze, but this orchard has a ton of other activities for you and the kids. A big jumping pillow, cow train, apple cannons, corn pit, and go home with a bunch of fresh-picked apples!

Country Blossom Farm, LLC, Alexandria
Open weekends in October. Another area corn maze that offers jumping pillows and corn pit to play in. Good luck getting through this crazy corn maze. Bet you can't!

Crow River Winery, Hutchinson
Open daily in October. 16+ Haunted corn maze October 29-31. What a pairing - wine and a corn maze. This corn maze pays tribute to "wine" (they are a winery!) and proves to be fun for the entire family. See their corn maze video below:

Twin Cities Harvest Festival & Maze, Brooklyn Park
Open weekends in October. This is Minnesota's largest corn maze, and pays tribute to the new U.S. Bank Stadium and our beloved Minnesota Vikings. Located right off Highway 169 in Brooklyn Park, it's a breeze to get to. They donate a portion of the proceeds to the Vikings Children's Fund as well, so it's also for a good cause. We've included their corn maze video below: