Opening August 15th 2019

The Farm

Welcome To the Original Chilliwack Corn Maze!

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!

2019 Design

Since 1999 we have been changing the design of our corn maze. This year we are celebrating the Vancouver Canuck’s 50th anniversary! In addition to our celebration we will be raising awareness and money for Canuck Place Children’s Hospice located in Abbotsford, BC. On September 14th all admissions to the Corn Maze will be donated to Canuck place.  

Canuck Place Children’s Hospice is British Columbia and Yukon’s pediatric palliative care provider. Over 765 children living with life-threatening illnesses and families receive care from Canuck Place through outpatient programs and two inpatient provincial hospice locations with 13 patient beds and 8 family suites: Vancouver and Abbotsford. Services include medical respite and family support, pain and symptom management, 24-hour phone consultation support and in-house clinical care, music, art and recreation therapy, education, grief, loss, and bereavement counselling, as well as end-of-life care. Through the investment of the community, our talented team, and over 400 energetic volunteers we make a lasting difference in the lives of children and the families who love them. www.canuckplace.org

For more information on Canuck Place Children’s Hospice please click here.

Canuck place Children's hospice
Chilliwack Corn Maze 2019 design in partnership with Canuck Place Children's Hospice. Celebrating 50 years of the Canucks
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