British Columbia Corn Mazes
Chilliwack Corn Maze | Chilliwack
The Chilliwack Corn Maze was one of the first farms to participate in the growing agri-tourism industry. Two families, the Bruinsma’s and the Taekema’s, have been operating the corn maze since 1999. Each year attractions or improvements are made along with a new maze design to keep the public looking forward to finding out what is new on the farm. Our hope is that our farm is a place for families and friends to have fun learning and playing together in the country! Check out some of the Farm Attractions or Get Directions and come on down!
The Bose Family Corn Maze| Surrey
Welcome to our corn maze. Since 1999 we have had visitors from Europe, United states, Australia and Canada "GET LOST" in our corn. Bring family and friends during the day or bring everyone to the maze in the dark. Make sure you bring your flashlight, or use that app on your phone. Find your way through the maze using trivia questions that are posted at intersections. Your answers will help you navigate your way.
Tranquille Farm Fresh| Kamloops
Tranquille Farm Fresh exists to tell the stories of Tranquille in creative and entertaining ways that connect visitors emotionally to this legendary property.
Through theater, film, tours, escape rooms, pumpkin patch, corn maze and more we welcome you to visit and experience the beauty of Tranquille.
Did you know that these mazes, located in British Columbia, are part of a larger MAiZE family that has more than 260 corn mazes located around the globe? Our MAiZE craze began back in 1996, bringing agritainment to millions around the world.
On this page you'll see a full list of agritourism/agritainment farms who are part of the MAiZE family and offer British Columbia corn mazes, British Columbia pumpkin patches, British Columbia haunted houses and more. British Columbia is a great place for halloween and other fall activities.
Most B.C. farms-98% per cent are family owned and operated
Exports over $2.5 billion in agrifoods products to 135 countries worldwide
Approximatley 50% of the foods British Columbians eat are grown locally in B.C.