Halloween is right around the corner and the freakiest haunted corn maze in Canada is here for anyone who wants an intense experience. This year, you'll find yourself stuck inside an abandoned testing facility when you enter the corn maze. The deeper you go, the more horrors you'll discover.

Maan Farms is in Abbotsford, just an hour outside of Vancouver. It's hands-down the wildest thing to do if you are addicted to horror movies and gore and it's not for the faint of heart.

When you arrive, you'll play the role of "Thomas," a young person who decided to foolishly explore the old testing facility. You'll have to search barns, rooms, and long corridors of corn to find answers and your way out...but you won't be alone. 

It'll be just like you've unwittingly stepped onto the set of a new slasher film.

They say it's the scariest corn maze in the entire country and we're pretty sure they're right about that since this place is almost guaranteed to give you nightmares.

This year, the maze will have reduced capacity, meaning that you'll get closer to the jump scares than ever before.

Expect actors to terrorize and torment you as you try to find the exit.

It's a good idea to bring a friend with you to hold your hand, even if you're one of the brave ones.

You'll have to get your tickets online ahead of time this year and you can't by them there the night of.

And if you're planning to go, you can save some cash by buying ahead of time at the early bird price.

 

If you're a big baby, like me, then you can go to the family-friendly pumpkin patch during the day when it's bright and not scary at all.

But if you can handle the spookiness, then you'll want to get tickets ASAP.

Haunted Corn Maze

Price: $35 per person early bird, $42 after September 16 

When: Tickets go on sale Tuesday, September 15, 

Address: Maan Farms, 790 McKenzie Rd., Abbotsford, BC

Why You Need To Go: If 2020 hasn't been scary enough for you, go push yourself to the horror limit at this haunted corn maze.


Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.


 

 

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