Are you afraid of the dark?
While their Haunted Corn Maze is not for the faint of heart, the Maan Farms 5th Annual Fall Festival offers plenty of things to eat and explore that won’t scare the living daylights out of you.
Upon arrival guests will find a delightful barn with pumpkins a plenty, varietals of delectable berry wine, pumpkin pie, butter chicken, and much more.
Of course, for those who love a good scare, the “scariest corn maze in Canada” offers a bone-chilling 45-minute adventure through five acres of pure terror. The maze features nightmare-ish installations, shocking visuals, live actors, chainsaws, and excerpts out of classic horror movies. However, participants will not be touched by the actors.
For truly brave festival-goers, Maan Farms offers a new attraction, Pitch Black, which offers a multi-sensory horror experience. Guests will be confronted with a critical decision: should you simply explore your darkest nightmares, or should you mark yourself to truly interact with the demons of the darkness?
From here, those who opt for true interactivity may be grabbed, held back, sent into hidden passageways, and even temporarily removed from their group. However, Maan Farms notes that, “Touching is NOT full contact.”
Family-friendly attractions include:
- Photo opportunities with Snow White in the White Pumpkin Patch and Cinderella in the Orange Pumpkin Patch from 12:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday
- Dogs in the pumpkin patch days on Sept. 21, 22, 28, and 29
- Lion King themed flashlight corn maze
- Barn Yard Play Land (zip line, pedal kart track, giant tire crawl, play fortress, slides, and jumping pillow)
- Petting zoo with baby goats
- Mama Maan’s specialty Indian cuisine along with concessional favourites, such as mini donuts, kettle corn, pumpkin-spiced and salted caramel lattes and slushies
- Homemade pumpkin pies
- Country Store items: pumpkins, gourds, and household décor
Tickets go live Saturday, Sept. 14 at 9 a.m. Find out more information here.
Maan Farms is located at 790 McKenzie Road in Abbotsford.