This guide will help you find the best corn maze in the Vancouver area.

There are many corn mazes to explore in Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley area that will appeal to every age group. Some are more family oriented and others are for those who want a more spooky experience.

Always dress appropriately. It can be chilly and wet. Fields can be muddy and slippery. Good waterproof footwear, such as boots should be worn.

Please leave your pets at home, since most of these attractions do not allow animals.

All event information is subject to change. Always check with the corn maze of your choice before heading out for the latest updates.

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COVID-19 Updates

Before heading out to your favourite corn maze check their websites listed below for the latest COVID-19 updates.

Keep your family and others safe and healthy by wearing a face mask, social distancing and using hand sanitizer.

Corn maze attractions require online registration to save your spot and wearing a face mask is mandatory.

10 Corn Mazes in Metro Vancouver

Surrey Corn Mazes

Bose Farms Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze – Family-friendly

(about 35 minutes from Vancouver)
Activities: Explore the Corn Maze and walk through the pumpkin field. Hay rides may not operate when it rains.
Pick up a locally grown pumpkin or gourds. Prices vary.
Hours: Corn Maze open September 1 – October 12; Pumpkin Patch open for the month of October.
Location: 64th Avenue and 156th Street, Surrey, BC
email: bosemaze@hotmail.com
Phone: 778-578-5450 If it is raining call before you come for the latest updates.
Website: http://bosecornmaze.com/bose-farms-pumpkin-patch/

Hazelmere Pumpkin Patch and Mini Corn Maze (Gabriel Farms Ltd.) – Family-friendly

(about 40 minutes from Vancouver)
Activities: Play area, wagon ride, firetruck, play boat, mini corn maze, petting zoo and animal areas.
Pick up a locally grown pumpkin for $2 and up.
Admission: $7.50 per person, age 2 years and older – subject to change
School tours available.
Hours: September 25 and 26 and then various dates through October 31.
Location: 18507 20th Avenue, Surrey, BC
email: hazelmerepp@gmail.com
Phone: 604-542-1205
Website: https://www.hazelmerepumpkinpatch.ca/

Langley Corn Maze

Eagle Acres Dairy Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch – Family-friendly

(about 38 minutes from Vancouver)
Activities: There are more than 200 animals on the Eagle Acres Dairy Farm. New this year is the Corn Maze. SaFarmi Drive-Thru is now changed to a walk-thru. Enjoy the Pumpkin Patch, wagon rides, themed displays, dairy barn, cows, and other farm animal areas.
Pick up a locally grown pumpkin for $2 – $15. There are 25 different varieties to choose from.
School tours available.
Hours: The Corn Maze is open on various dates in September;  Pumpkin Patch: Various dates and times rain or shine from October 1 – 31, 2021.
Location: 8796 240 Street, Langley, B.C.
Email: dairy@eagleacres.ca
Phone: 604-888-2403
Website: http://www.eagleacres.ca

Maple Ridge Corn Mazes:

Laity Pumpkin Patch North – Cornstone Family Corn Maze – Family-friendly

(about 35 minutes from Vancouver)  See photos of Laity Pumpkin Patch
It is an 8 minute walk to the South Pumpkin Patch.
Activities: Farmer Play Centre, Tractor Wagon Ride past emus, goats, ducks and geese; One-acre Cornstone Family Corn Maze. Explore the Fairy Tale Woods, various animals – rabbits, turkeys, donkeys, chickens, sheep and goats. Pan for Gold, Obstacle Course.
Pick up a locally grown pumpkin – price varies from $2 – $12.
School tours available.
Hours: Open September 30 – October, 31, 2021.  Buy tickets at the gate or buy online.
Location: 21145 128th Avenue, Maple Ridge, BC
email: laitypumpkinpatch@gmail.com
Phone: 604-467-4302
Website: https://laitypumpkinpatch.com/

Laity Pumpkin Patch South Corn Maze – Family-friendly

(about 35 minutes from Vancouver)
Activities: Western “Pumpkin” Town, Pumpkin Launcher, Glow Gardens, Goat House and Rabbit Village, Farmer Obstacle Course, Family Games Area, Race Maze, Right Turn Only, Two-acre Maze, Corn Maze, Tractor Ride.
Pick up a locally grown pumpkin – price varies.
School tours available.
Hours: Open September 30 – October, 31, 2021.  Buy tickets at the gate or buy online.
Location: 12725 Laity Street, Maple Ridge, BC
Email: laitypumpkinpatch@gmail.com
Phone: 604-380-1615
Website: https://laitypumpkinpatch.com/laity-pumpkin-patch-south/

Abbotsford Corn Mazes

Taves Family Farms Applebarn Corn Maze – Family-friendly

(about 50 minutes from Vancouver)
Activities: There are two corn mazes to explore, the Corn Quest Maze, the new Mystery Maze and a Pumpkin Maze. There are lots of great family-friendly activities here. Find our more on our 2021 Pumpkin Patch Guide.

Check out our last visit to Taves Family Farms Applebarn.

Be sure to check out Taves Estate Cidery when you visit the farm. Remember to book a tasting.
Check admission rates here and book your fun pass.
Hours: Open until October 31, 2021. Check to see which activities are available.
Location: 333 Gladwin Rd, Abbotsford, BC
email: info@tavesfamilyfarms.com
Phone: 604-853-3108
Website: https://www.tavesfamilyfarms.com/rates/

Sunset behind the new Mystery Maze at Taves Family Farms. Photo: Wendy Nordvik-Carr©

Sunset behind the new Mystery Maze at Taves Family Farms. Photo: Wendy Nordvik-Carr©

Maan Farms Fall Festival – Poop-themed Corn Maze – Family-friendly

(about an hour from Vancouver)
Activities: The four-acre poop-themed Corn Maze is an interactive daytime adventure of interesting facts. There is also an animal play area with goats and hay wagon rides. For full information see our 2021 Pumpkin Patch Guide.
Hours: Open September 17 – October 31, 2021. Dog Days are Sept. 18 & 19, Oct. 9, 11, 30 & 31. Buy tickets online.
Location: 790 McKenzie Road, Abbotsford, BC
email: info@maanfarms.com
Phone: 604-864-5723
Website: https://www.maanfarms.com

Maan Farms Haunted Corn Maze and Forest

(about an hour from Vancouver)
Activities: Three attractions – Pitch Black, The Scariest Hunted Corn Maze in Canada and Scariest Forest in Canada.  Actors do not touch you.
Admission: Tickets sold online only and must be bought in parities of 4 to 6. Prices rage from $35 – $48 depending on the day and other ticket options. Check the rates and buy tickets here. Ticket sales start at 6 pm on Sept. 17, 2021.
Hours: Open now through to October 31, 2021 Check dates and hours here. Open rain or shine.
Location: 790 McKenzie Road, Abbotsford, BC
email: info@maanfarms.com
Phone: 604-864-5723
Website: maanfarms.com/family-fun/haunted-maze

Maan Farms Scariest Haunted Corn Maze and forest.

Maan Farms Scariest Haunted Corn Maze and forest.

Chilliwack Corn Mazes

Chilliwack Corn Maze – Family-friendly

(about an hour from Vancouver)
Activities: Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch. Hay Rides, Giant Jumping Pillow, Pedal Cart Track, Corn Sandbox, Sports Zone, Picnic and Fire Pit areas, Giant Slide and more. Some activities are likely unavailable due to COVID restrictions.
Pick up a locally grown pumpkin. Prices vary.
Hours: September 2 – October 31. Order tickets online.
Location: 41905 Yale Road West, Chilliwack, BC, Exit 109 off Hwy 1
email: info@chilliwackcornmaze.com
Phone: 604-819-6203
Website: http://chilliwackcornmaze.com/

2021 Chilliwack Corn Maze Design

2021 Chilliwack Corn Maze Design located in the Fraser Valley

Reapers Maze of Terror

Activities: Outside in the Maze of Terror, look out for the Chainsaw Massacre experience roaming the maze. Important: parking is tough to find the last two weekends. Car pool recommended.
Admission: Not recommended for children under 10. $15
Hours: Opens Sept 24, 2021, but not open every day. Check times here.
Location: 9243 Gibson Road, Chilliwack. Exit 123 off Hwy 1. Do not park on the road – you will be towed.
Website: http://www.reapers.ca/

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