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Vancouver & Fraser Valley Corn Mazes

Vancouver Corn Mazes

Visiting a corn maze at a Metro Vancouver or Fraser Valley farm is a fun way to spend time with family and celebrate the fall and harvest season.

It’s also a great activity to combine with picking up a pumpkin for Halloween.


This article contains information about the following:

Corn Mazes in Abbotsford | Chilliwack Corn Mazes | Corn Mazes in Maple Ridge | Surrey Corn Mazes | Tips and Advice | Other Information


Lower Mainland Corn Mazes

Corn mazes are offered by select local farms in Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley in late summer and early autumn. They are great attractions that have activities for folk of all ages. Most also have pumpkin patches.

Below we list some of the top venues to have fun getting lost in a maze within the Lower Mainland. Check them out!

(Note: Details are subject to change and some venues may be weather dependent. See official venue websites for exact information.)


Maan Farms Haunted Corn Maze


Corn Mazes in Abbotsford

Popular corn mazes in Abbotsford include ones offered by Maan Farms and Taves Family Farm.


Maan Farms

Maan Farms offers one of the scariest corn mazes in Canada. They also offer a fun corn maze for kids too. Set on over 5 acres, the haunted maze features live actors, gory displays and frightening scenes. This maze is intended for folk over the age of 10.


About the Mazes Past and Present

In 2019 Maan Farms had two maze options. The Haunted Maze was the classic experience where the actors were not allowed to touch you. Guests could also choose the Pitch Black option, where the actors were allowed to grab you, move you to different paths and separate you from your group. This option wasn’t recommended for the faint of heart (and it wasn’t able to run in 2020)!

In 2020 Maan Farms had just one Haunted Corn Maze, but it promised to once again be exceptional. It was designed with COVID-19 in mind, so there was physical distancing and no touching. It was also all outside and something you could have done with people from within your own bubble. There was also a kid-friendly version of the maze during the day.

Maan Farms’ address is 790 McKenzie Road. It’s is a short drive from the Abbotsford Costco and about 10 minutes east of the Abbotsford International Airport.

Both the kid-friendly and scary corn mazes were open on select nights from September 25th to October 31st in 2020. Dates and details for the 2021 season are to be determined.

In 2020 admission to the Haunted Corn Maze for older folk cost between $42 and $55 depending on when you went and when you bought your ticket. Admission to the pumpkin patch, kid-friendly corn maze and children’s play areas cost $15 for people over the age of two but $12 for parents if purchased online in advance.

Details for Maan Farms’ 2021 corn maze and other Halloween-themed activities are to be determined.


More About Maan Farms

See our page about the Maan Farms for more information about the farm and its seasonal events, or click Maan Farms Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze for details about their kid-friendly activities. To learn more about their haunted attraction for older fright seekers, see our article about the Haunted Corn Maze.


Maan Farms Pumpkin Patch


Maan Farms Corn Maze
Maan Farms Corn Maze


Taves Family Farm

Along with their pumpkin patch and other farm activities, Taves Family Farms & Applebarn is home to the Corn Quest Maze which is a good-sized maze that includes a fun mystery element.

Taves Applebarn’s address is 333 Gladwin Road which is just a 5-minute drive from Maan Farms. (Note: Taves Family Farms is a series of farms owned by the same organization. The Applebarn is the farm location where they host their kid-friendly activities.)

Admission to the farm in 2020 cost $13.50 for adults, $17.50 for children and $8.50 for seniors on weekends and holidays. Folk could have also saved a couple dollars or so by going on a weekday instead. Children ages 2 and under got in free. There was also a special rate for families which was $62.00 for a family of four. 2021 event prices are to be confirmed.

The corn quest maze at Taves Farm opened on September 5th along with many of their other fall attractions. Up until Halloween, October 31st, the farm was open from 9:00 am until 6:00 pm. The first hour, however, was only open for farm shopping. On Halloween the farm was open from 9:00 am until 5:00 pm.

See the Taves Family Farm & Applebarn page for more information.


Vancouver Corn Mazes


Chilliwack Corn Mazes

Chilliwack has a couple of great venues for corn mazes. Both of these also offer a pumpkin patch and other fall activities.


Chilliwack Corn Maze

The 12-acre Chilliwack Corn Maze features a new theme every year. In 2020 the design highlighted the word “together” and featured the word itself along with a globe and people holding hands. This was a very fitting theme for the situation last year!

The Chilliwack Corn Maze’s address is 41905 West Yale Road which is off the Trans-Canada Highway just past the farm where the Chilliwack Tulip Festival takes place in the spring and where the Chilliwack Sunflower Festival happens in the summer and early fall.

In 2020 the maze operated from mid-August until the end of October. The maze was open daily from Monday to Sunday from August 15th until October 31st from 10:00 am until 9:00 pm. This included all holidays such as Labour Day and Thanksgiving Monday. Dates and details for the 2021 season are to be confirmed.

Admission to the Chilliwack Corn Maze cost $10.75 for children ages 3 to 14 and $12.75 for adults ages 15+ last year. Tickets cost $1 less if they were booked in advance online. This was the same price as 2019, which was nice to see.

See our article about the Chilliwack Corn Maze for more details.


Best Places in Autumn


Petey’s Pumpkin Patch

Fantasy Farms is home to Petey’s Pumpkin Patch which usually features more than one different corn maze for visitors to choose from (although not in 2020). In previous years they offered a smaller maze for younger guests and a few longer, more complicated mazes for older folk or children with parents.

There was no corn maze at Petey’s Pumpkin Patch in 2020, but hopefully it returns in 2021.

For the last two years, Fantasy Farms has had its 3 Sisters Corn Maze. If viewed from the sky you’d see that the paths are cut out in the shape of three First Nations women planting corn around the time of early European settlement in North America. The design was impressive!

General admission to Petey’s Pumpkin Patch costs $8, or $25 for a family of four in 2020 (which is the same as the year before). This includes access to the miniature train, a petting zoo and other activities which take place both indoors and outdoors.

In 2020 the place was open from noon until 5:00 pm on most weekdays and between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm on weekends. On the Thanksgiving Monday it is open from 10:00 am until 3:00 pm, and on Halloween (i.e., October 31st) from noon until 4:00 pm.

Fantasy Farms also hosts other events throughout the year. In years when there isn’t a pandemic, Reapers Haunted Attraction is one of the best haunted houses and corn mazes in the Lower Mainland. They also have family-friendly events at Easter, Christmas and other times of the year.

Check out our article on Fantasy Farms or click the Petey’s Pumpkin Patch website for more information.


Train Rides in the Corn Field
Train rides at Petey’s Pumpkin Patch


Corn Mazes in Maple Ridge

In Maple Ridge folk can find corn mazes at Laity Farms. They have two locations – a North location and a South location.


Laity Pumpkin Patch (North and South)

Both North and South locations of Laity Farms offer corn mazes most years. The North location offers a smaller, 1-acre corn maze that is suitable for kids under the age of 7. The South location is intended for kids ages 4 and older, and is slightly larger at 2 acres.

The North location can be found at 21145-128th Avenue. Just across the street at 12725 Laity Street is the South location. It is easy to get between the two locations – it’s about a 2-minute drive or about the same to walk.

General admission cost $8 plus GST at each of the two pumpkin patches last year. Children under the age of three though got in free. If you wanted to visit both venues you had to pay twice. 2021 dates and details are to be determined.

For more details click Laity Pumpkin Patches.


Halloween Activities for Kids


Surrey Corn Mazes

Popular corn mazes in Surrey include the Bose Corn Maze and a mini corn maze at Hazelmere Pumpkin Patch.


Bose Corn Maze

While celebrating their 22nd year in 2020, the Bose Corn Maze featured a large corn field with a design honouring Douglas College’s 50th anniversary for guests to explore. Throughout the maze there were a series of trivia questions that helped guide visitors through the junctions. The two-part maze took about an hour or so to complete.

The corn maze was open rain or shine during the months of September and October in 2020. From September 1st until 7th the maze was open from noon until 8:00 pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday. On Friday night it was open from 6:00 until 8:00 pm and Sunday and Labour Day from noon until 4:00 pm.

The maze was only open on weekends from September 8th until October 12th. On Fridays they were open from 6:00 until 8:00 pm, on Saturdays between noon and 8:00 pm, and on Sundays and Thanksgiving Monday from noon until 4:00 pm. (Note: a flashlight is recommended for folk doing the corn maze times at night.)

The Bose Corn Maze cost $7.50 for most folk in 2020. Seniors got in for just $6 though and children under 5 years of age were free. A family of four could have also paid $25. This was the same price as the year before.

2021 dates and details are to be determined, though they will likely be comparable to 2020.

(Note: This corn maze is usually virtually booked solid during the final two weeks of the season).

Click Bose Farms Corn Maze for more information.


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Hazelmere Pumpkin Patch

Hazelmere Pumpkin Patch is located at 1958-184th Street which is in South Surrey about a 12-minute drive east of White Rock.

In addition to their pumpkin farm, Hazelmere also features a mini corn maze which is kid-friendly and designed for families with small children. The corn maze is a tiny one, but it is a corn maze (which is why we list it here).

Hazelmere also hosted a Haunted Corn Maze in 2019. This ran on October 19th and 26th from 6:00 to 8:30 pm. A wagon ride took folks out to the maze which contained Halloween characters that tried to scare you. The event was child-friendly, but still could have been too scary for some. At other times it’s a regular pumpkin patch (so suitable for little kids). The Haunted Corn Maze does not appear to be running again in 2020.

Admission to the farm cost $7.50 and kids under the age of 3 were free in 2020. This included access to the corn maze as well as all the other attractions. Hazelmere Pumpkin Patch was open from October 1st until the 30th from noon until 5:00 pm on most weekdays and from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. 2021 dates and details are to be confirmed.

Check out the Hazelmere Pumpkin Patch website for more information.


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Tips and Advice

Some tips to help you make the best out of your corn maze experience are below:

TIP #1: Dress for the weather! Nobody has fun when it’s raining if they don’t have appropriate clothing. When visiting farms and other venues like them we recommend taking jackets and boots.

TIP #2: The venues listed above are farms, so expect to get a bit dirty. Bring appropriate clothes and/or supplies to clean off at the car after your visit.

TIP #3: Combine your trip to the above venues with a visit to other places too. Most of the corn maze locations have additional attractions such as pumpkin patches and other kids’ activities on site, plus plants and gardening materials in some cases. For ideas on other things to do though, check out our articles about Langley, Maple Ridge, Surrey or the Fraser Valley (all depending on where you’re heading).

TIP #4: If you have younger children, go earlier in the day. It’s less scary before dark and you get the added bonus of smaller crowds.

TIP #5: When visiting farms in the Fraser Valley, don’t forget to fill up on gas. Fuel prices are often much lower in Chilliwack and Abbotsford compared to the rest of the Lower Mainland. The region is also famous for corn in the late summer and early autumn.

TIP #6: If you’re unsure if a venue is open (as a result of weather, etc.) always call ahead. Some venues’ opening hours are weather-dependant, but others are not. If in doubt, double-check before you go.


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