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This Farm Near Vancouver Has The Most Unique "Pumpkin House"

This farm is also home to Canada's scariest corn maze!

October is almost over and that means our favourite season is coming to an end. In just a matter of days, we will need to shift our mindset away for pumpkin spiced lattes and corn mazes to Christmas lights and snow. Of all the quintessential October activities in Vancouver, this is one you simply can't miss. There's an adorable house on the Maan Farms pumpkin patch in Abbotsford that you have to check out before it's too late.

Fall in B.C. is amazing. From the changing leaves and mild weather, this season takes the cake. Every year, pumpkin patches and corn mazes become more and more popular for all the right reasons.

Thankfully, there is an adorable pumpkin patch super close to Vancouver, so you don't have to worry about travelling far. This place is adorable and even has one of the cutest little pumpkin houses out there. 

You have probably come across an Instagram photo or two of the pumpkin house at Maan Farms. It is a picture-perfect little spot.

There are still tons of pumpkins to pick at Maan Farms, which means that if you still haven’t carved anything, it’s not too late. 

Even if you don’t pick up a pumpkin, you should still check out it out. Their fields are a stunning location for photos and, of course, the pumpkin house is the main attraction. 

This wood frame shed has bright pumpkins placed all around it, making it the perfect opportunity for a solo photo op or a family pic. The pumpkin house at Maan Farms is super similar to another attraction at the Mr. Bones Pumpkin Patch in Los Angeles.

Not only is this farm filled with adorable fall attractions, but it is also home to Canada’s scariest corn maze. If you’re feeling up for it, go onto the Maans Farm website and sign a waiver before entering the corn maze. 

The farm is just a short hour drive from downtown Vancouver. So grab a friend or two, a camera, and maybe a latte and hit the road before fall is officially over. 

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