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Get Lost in Adventure: 6 Awesome Corn Mazes to Try around Vancouver

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When I was little, my family loved picking apples and running through cornfields on farms. Those memories mean a lot to me, and now as an adult, I like to revisit those moments by exploring corn mazes!

Around Vancouver, we’re lucky to have quite a few of them which we can explore to our delight!  

That said, here are our favorite corn mazes for you to check out!

1. Eagle Acres Dairy and Pumpkin Patch

Address: 8796 240 Street, (Rawlison Cres.) Langley, BC V1M 3R2

Phone: +1 (604) 888 2403


Eagle Acres Dairy and Pumpkin Patch offers an enchanting corn maze experience for families. 

The maze is like a labyrinth in a big field of tall corn, about 4 meters high, making it a bit challenging but a lot of fun. It’s not too hard, and everyone, young and old, can enjoy it. 

The design of the maze is often thematic and typically changes every year. In 2021, the mid part of the cornfield spelled “BYE COVID” which was visible from a bird’s eye view!

Beyond the maze, visitors can enjoy a range of family-friendly activities, like pumpkin picking and petting adorable farm animals. Some activities vary with the seasons, but in spring, you can watch R2D2, their milking robot, as it collects the cows’ milk.

The best time to visit Eagle Acres Dairy and Pumpkin Patch is during the fall season. But when it comes to the time of day, consider going in the late afternoon to bask in the golden hues of the setting sun over the fields.

This year, a season pass is worth CAD 72 (CAD 60 for children 2 to 18 years old and senior citizens). The pass covers three seasons and unlimited Corn Maze among other activities.

Pro tip: In 2023, Eagle Acres Dairy and Pumpkin Patch planted corn in May, started the layout a month after in June, and harvested in September. Keep an eye on their website to get updates on when you can try their corn maze.

2. Laity Pumpkin Patch South Corn Maze

Address: 12725 Laity Street, Maple Ridge, BC

Phone: +1 (604) 380 1615


Laity Pumpkin Patch South is bigger than its northern sibling right across the street. And as expected, it’s all about pumpkins here!

From picking your own pumpkin from wagons to exploring Western Pumpkin Town with cute pumpkin houses, there’s also a pumpkin cannon that hurls pumpkins at a stack of barrels. That’s quite a sight!

But besides pumpkins, there are two acres of land here dedicated to two corn mazes of equal length, perfect for a friendly race if your kids enjoy that kind of fun. Laity Pumpkin Patch North has a one-acre corn maze perfect for kids up to 6 years old.

Now, the South branch is super family-friendly, with cool facilities for playful kids of all ages. 

There’s a Farmer Obstacle Course with a pumpkin rock wall, rope tunnels, and trampolines, a Family Games Area with over 20 games for bonding, and a Junior Cowboys Arena for the little ones.

They have other creative mazes meant to keep the young ones active and enjoying the outdoors. 

If you’re planning to visit with your family, it’s CAD 10 per person aged 3 and up on weekdays, and CAD 13 on holidays and weekends. And don’t forget to budget a bit more if you want to bring some pumpkins home!

Pro tip: Book your tickets in advance to make sure you get a parking spot. Also, remember that snack stands are open only on weekends and holidays, so pack some snacks if you’re visiting on a weekday.

3. Maan Farms Corn Mazes

Address: 8796 240 Street, (Rawlison Cres.) Langley, BC V1M 3R2

Phone: +1 (604) 888 2403


In the heart of Maan Farms are two distinct corn mazes, each showing up when the other disappears. Like the fun riddle that sounds like, Maan Farms Corn Mazes can equally pique your interest.

Esme’s Enchanted Corn Maze, sprawling across 7 acres, provides a delightful daytime adventure with intricate paths and dead ends. 

As part of the Fall at the Farm event, families can complement their maze exploration with ziplines, a petting zoo, and a pumpkin patch, among others.

After the sun sets, the atmosphere shifts to an eerie one with the Haunted Corn Maze. This year, they’re introducing “Agatha’s Witching Hour,” a narrative centered on the tale of twins born in 1977, with dark magic, curses, and a resurrected presence.

Though Maan Farms accommodates children of all ages, the Haunted Corn Maze is not recommended for those under 14, as well as pregnant women, and individuals with epilepsy and cardiovascular issues.

Pro tip: A season pass at Esme’s Enchanted Corn Maze for ages 3 and up is worth CA 70. You get to save more if you’re booking with family and friends – 4 season passes are only worth CAD 240 instead of CAD 280.

4. Chilliwack Corn Maze at Greendale Acres

Address: 8796 240 Street, (Rawlison Cres.) Langley, BC V1M 3R2

Phone: +1 (604) 888 2403


Over 25 years, the family-run Greendale Acres has created such intricate corn mazes that made the field look like a large piece of paper in the hands of an artist. 

Picture this – their 2022 corn maze was so detailed, that it featured a chicken, a dinosaur, and even the logos of Greendale Acres and Science World! 

In the past, they’ve crafted designs celebrating the Canucks’ 50th Anniversary, Canada’s hosting of the Olympics, and other special events.

If you’re up for a bit of a challenge, they’ve got a short, family-friendly, and accessible maze. And for the ultimate adventure that kids really enjoy, try the Mud Maze Challenge!

Pro tip: In 2024, a membership to Greendale Acres is only CAD 45 per person. If you have a 2-year-old or a companion aged 75 or older, you don’t have to pay for them.
Apart from the awesome corn maze, being a member opens up more fun like the Easter Egg Hunt, the 101 Chilliwack Plowing Match, and Spring Events.

5. Taves Family Farms Corn Quest Maze

Address: 333 Gladwin Rd, Abbotsford, BC V2S 8A7, Canada 

Phone: +1 604-853-3108


Sunflower patch, U-pick strawberries and apples, pumpkin patch, petting barn, jumping pillows – all these can be found at the Taves Family Farms. 

Aside from these, there are three corn mazes available for visitors to try: the kiddie maze, Mystery Maze, and Corn Quest Maze. 

Similar to Greendale Acres, the Taves family wants everyone to enjoy their farm as a delightful experience. Running through the corn mazes is a big part of that fun!

While you’re there, make sure to stop by Taves Estate Cidery to taste their range of ciders, including apple cider, gooseberry cider, black currant cider, and more!

Pro tip: For a season pass, visitors aged 3 and up pay CAD 62. If you’re going for a single visit, it’s CAD 22 online for weekdays and CAD 25 for weekends and holidays.
On Wednesdays (which they fondly call Wacky Wednesdays), they offer a pass at CAD 15 online.

6. Hazelmere Pumpkin Patch

Address: 18507 20 Ave, Surrey, BC V3S 9V2, Canada 

Phone: +1 604-542-1205


Just 40 minutes from Vancouver is Hazelmere Pumpkin Patch. It’s similar to two farms in Maple Ridge, focusing mostly on pumpkins, but they’ve got a cool mini corn maze that’s perfect for kids.

For a visit, it’s CAD 7.50 on weekdays and CAD 10 on weekends and holidays for anyone aged 2 and up. Along with the corn maze, you can enjoy the animal areas, playground, wagon ride, and other fun things on the farm.

Pro tip: There’s no need to book ahead; you can get your tickets at the gate. The downside to this is, you need to arrive early too.

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