6 Corn Mazes Near Vancouver You Can Visit in Fall 2022

A father and son walk through a corn maze.

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Finding your way through a corn maze is a fun fall activity for all ages. In 2022, six Vancouver-area farms have corn mazes you can explore. There’s something for everyone including mini-mazes for kids, scary haunted mazes for brave adults, and mystery mazes full of clues.


Corn Maze Tips

Book in Advance Or Go at Non-Peak Times: Some farms require advance booking. (See below for details.)

Go at Night for Spooky Vibes: Some mazes stay open late, so pack a flashlight.

Dress for the Weather: Since you’ll be outdoors, layer up and include rain gear. Fall weather can be cold and wet.

Wear Boots: Farms can be muddy.

Warm Up with Hot Drinks: Some farms have a concession stand where you can buy hot chocolate or hot apple cider.


Hazelmere Pumpkin Patch

This family-run Surrey farm is mostly known for its huge pumpkin patch and petting farm. But they also have a mini corn maze that’s great for kids. There’s a great playground that features a real 1972 fire truck and a 40-foot-long fishing boat. Bring lunch to enjoy in their tented picnic area.

Location: 18507 20th Avenue, Surrey

Rates: $7.50 per person weekdays; $10 per person weekends. Kids 2 and under are free.

Hours and More Info: hazelmerepumpkinpatch.ca


Laity Pumpkin Patch North Corn Maze

Now split into two locations across the street from each other, the Laity Pumpkin Patch in Maple Ridge has designed their North location specifically for kids 6 and under. The one-acre Cornstone Family Corn maze is perfect for little kids and features cute corn family cutouts throughout. Admission includes access to the pumpkin patch, playground, farm animals, obstacle course, gold panning, hay wagon rides, and of course the corn maze.

Location: 21145 128th Avenue, Maple Ridge

Rates: General Admission: $8.00 on weekdays, $10 on weekends and holidays. Kids 0-2: Free. Reserve your spot online or buy tickets at the gate.

Hours and More Info: laitypumpkinpatch.com


Laity Pumpkin Patch South Corn Maze

Older kids and adults will love the challenge of the large 2-acre corn maze at Laity Pumpkin Patch South. There is also a western town made of pumpkins, a pumpkin cannon launch every hour, an obstacle course, farm animals, a glow-in-the-dark garden, and a family games area. And if you want even more mazes there’s a mini Race Maze where kids use farm facts to get clues that will help them beat their friends through the maze.

Location: 12725 Laity St, Maple Ridge

Rates: General Admission: $8.00 on weekdays, $10 on weekends and holidays. Kids 0-2: Free. Reserve your spot online or buy tickets at the gate.

Hours and More Info: laitypumpkinpatch.com


Taves Family Farms Corn Quest Maze

Home to Abbotsford’s famous Apple Barn, Taves Family Farms also has a popular corn maze. Known as the Corn Quest Maze, their maze includes a mystery component with clues along the way. There are also two smaller corn mazes perfect for kids. Admission to the farm with a Super Fun Pass includes a visit to the corn mazes, petting barn, playground, hayrides, jumping pillow, tractor rides, pumpkin path, and pedal karts.

Visit the Country Store to buy fresh fruit and veggies as well as things apple including cider, apple butter, and pies. Stop by the concession stand for hot drinks and snacks to enjoy in the picnic area.

Location: 333 Gladwin Rd, Abbotsford

Rates: Access to the corn maze is only available with a Super Fun Pass. Ages 3 and up: $17.25-24.95. Family pass (four to 6 people from the same household): $65.10-99.80. Prices vary based on the day of the week and are cheaper online. Seasons passes are also available.

Hours and More Info: www.tavesfamilyfarms.com



Maan Farms Corn Mazes

In 2022 Maan Farms has two separate corn mazes. The day-time maze wanders through 7 acres of paths and dead ends. It is part of their Fall at the Farm event which includes a pumpkin patch, petting zoo, ziplines, jumping pillow, and lots of play areas for kids.

After dark, visit the Haunted Corn Maze. Billed as the scariest corn maze in Canada, this maze is more of a haunted house experience than a traditional corn maze. Each year a trip through the maze revolves around a scary story. Details about the 2022 theme haven’t been released yet. It’s a truly scary experience not recommended for kids under 10, those with cardiovascular health issues or epilepsy, or pregnant women.

Location: 790 McKenzie Rd, Abbotsford

Rates: TBA. Reserve your spot online.

Hours and More Info: MaanFarms.com



Chilliwack Corn Maze at Greendale Acres

The farmers at the Greendale Acres have been plowing mazes into their fields to create the Chilliwack Corn Maze since 1999. The design of this year’s labyrinth makes the connection between the prehistoric T.rex and the humble chicken. In partnership with Science World, the interactive adventure includes 12 T.rex-themed trivia questions. There is a shorter family-friendly maze and a longer, more challenging maze.

They also have lots of fun activities for kids including a pumpkin patch, giant jumping pillow, pedal carts, an indoor hay bale maze, and farm animals. Stop by the food hut for burgers, hot dogs, mini donuts, and locally-made Birchwood Dairy ice cream. Thursdays are Family Night with live music from 5-7 pm and discounted tickets.

Location: 41905 Yale Road West, Chilliwack

Rates: Admission: $16-18; Kids 0-2 and seniors 75+: Free. Seasons passes are also available. Reserve a spot online or buy tickets onsite for a few dollars more .

Hours and More Info: GreendaleAcres.ca


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