This guide will help you find the 10 best corn mazes in the Vancouver area for 2023.

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.

Plan ahead and save money. Look for early bird discount codes for some events – check out our updated 2023 Guide best pumpkin patches and corn mazes in Metro Vancouver, 2023 Haunted Halloween Guide for Metro Vancouver, Best Metro Vancouver Fall Events and Festivals 2023, and the 2023 guide for Vancouver Christmas events, holiday light displays and markets.

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10 Corn Mazes in Metro Vancouver

Surrey Corn Maze

1. 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: $10 per person, age 2 years and older – subject to change
School tours available.
Hours: Sunflower Lane is open August 12, 13, 19 and 20. Followed by the corn maze. September 23 and 24 and then various dates through October 31.
Location: 18507 20th Avenue, Surrey, BC
Phone: 604-542-1205

Langley Corn Maze

2. Eagle Acres Dairy Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch 2023

(about 38 minutes from Vancouver)
Activities: Safarmi Stroll: Visit with 9 different types farm animals (over 200) on the Eagle Acres Dairy Farm, check the robotic milking machine and enjoy a hayride. This year’s Corn Maze is open on weekends into mid-September and includes the Safarmi Stroll features as well as the CornMaze. Enjoy the Pumpkin Patch, wagon rides, themed displays, dairy barn, cows, and other farm animal areas while you choose the best pumpkin.
Pick up a locally grown pumpkin for $2 and up. There are 20 different varieties to choose from.
School tours available.
Hours: The Corn Maze is open 11-3 August 26, 27 and September 2, 3, 4, 10, 15, 16, 17 & 23;  Pumpkin Patch: Various dates and times rain or shine from October 1 – 31, 2023. Safarmi Stroll, various dates and times, March to September.
Location: 8796 240 Street, Langley, B.C.
Phone: 604-888-2403

Eagle Acres Corn Maze

Eagle Acres Corn Maze. Courtesy Photo

Maple Ridge Corn Mazes:

3. Haney Fresh Farm Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze

Activities: Experience so many things within your fall budget, like playing some fun family games or going on the hayride. Pick your own pumpkins, meet the various types of animals like chickens, cows, goats, etc or visit the challenging corn maze.

Hours: Open 9 am – 6 pm. October 7-31, 2023.  $10 for the family (subject to change). Pumpkins are an extra charge.
Location: 24331 Dewdney Trunk Rd, Maple Ridge, BC.

4. 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
School tours available.
Hours: Open September 30 – October 31, 2023.  Buy tickets at the gate or buy online.
Location: 21145 128th Avenue, Maple Ridge, BC
Phone: 604-467-4302

5. 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, 2023  Buy tickets at the gate or buy online.
Location: 12725 Laity Street, Maple Ridge, BC
Phone: 604-380-1615

Abbotsford Corn Mazes

6. Taves Family Farms Applebarn Corn Maze – Family-friendly

Taves Family Farms still remains our favourite fall pumpkin patch experience. There is a mini corn maze and a mystery corn maze to roam.

We appreciate all the hand sanitizing stations.

Activities: Pumpkin Patch, U-Pick apples, slides, zipline, bee hive viewing, cider press demonstrations, petting barn, three corn mazes (Mystery Maze, Corn Quest Maze, and the kiddie maze), pedal carts, hay rides, playground, Jumping Pillow and Pumpkin Pillow, Bunny Town and Farmville. Pick up a locally-grown pumpkin.

The concession food is available on weekends and is delicious. Kids love the apple cider slushies and we tried the new Sweet Bubble Waffle Chocolate Brownie Explosion and savory Bubble Waffle with pulled pork. Both really hit the spot. Roasted corn on the cob and mini donuts are also a popular fall treat.

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. There are also cider based cocktail tasting flights .
Check admission rates here
Hours: The entire farm is open starting September 1, 2023. The Corn Maze opens September 10, 2023 and the Pumpkin Patch opens the last weekend in September until October 31, 2023. Check to see which activities are available.
Location: 333 Gladwin Rd, Abbotsford, BC
Phone: 604-853-3108

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©

7. 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 2023 Pumpkin Patch Guide.
Hours: Tickets on sale September 17-Ootober 31, 2023.  Buy tickets online.
Location: 790 McKenzie Road, Abbotsford, BC

8. Mann Farm Haunts – Slaughterhouse, the scariest Corn Maze in Canada

(about an hour from Vancouver)
Activities: Every year Mann Farm Haunts adds extra layers to this popular Halloween attraction. This year it has expanded to four multi-sensory experiences: Homestead, The Way Down, Slaughterhouse, the scariest Corn Maze in Canada, and Midway.
Admission: Buy tickets as of 5 pm September 17, 2023. There are three ticket options: 1) Slaughterhouse, The Way Down and Midway; 2) Homestead and Midway; Homestead is limited to 30% capacity for a small-group experience or 3) a combination ticket for all four.
Dates: September 24-October 31, 2023 (Subject to change)

Location: 790 McKenzie Road, Abbotsford, BC
Phone: 604-864-5723

Slaughter House at the scariest corn maze in Canada

Slaughter House at the scariest corn maze in Canada. Photo Courtesy.

Chilliwack Corn Mazes

9. Glendale Chilliwack Corn Maze – Family-friendly

(about an hour from Vancouver)
Activities: The giant Glendale Acres Corn Maze celebrates 25 years. There are other farm experiences as well: Pumpkin Patch, Bubble Bar, hay rides, giant jumping pillow, pedal cart track, corn sandbox, sports zone, picnic and fireside pit areas, giant slide, sound garden and more.
Pick up a locally grown pumpkin. Prices vary. The corn maze opens August 12 until October 31.
Hours: Open now. Order tickets online.
Location: 41905 Yale Road West, Chilliwack, BC, Exit 109 off Hwy 1
Phone: 604-819-6203

Children enjoying the Chilliwack Corn Maze Photo: Julie Christine Photography

Children enjoying the Chilliwack Corn Maze Photo: Julie Christine

10. Reapers Maze of Terror – October 1-31, 2023

Activities: Always adding new scares in the all outdoors Reapers Maze of Terror, insane asylum themed haunt. Look out for the Chainsaw Massacre experience roaming the maze. The attraction operates rain or shine. Important: parking is tough to find the last two weekends. Car pool recommended.
Admission: Not recommended for children under 10. Prices subject to change $25 per person during the week, $30 on Friday, Saturday.
Hours: Times are subject to change. Open October 1-31, 2023. Closed all Mondays except October 31. Hours Friday and Saturday 7-10 pm, all other days 7-9 pm. Tickets must be purchased in advance.
Location: 9243 Gibson Road, Chilliwack. Exit 123 off Hwy 1. Do not park on the road – you will be towed.

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