The 2016 Cariboo's Corn Maze is open!
The corn maze will be open until mid October. We are open from dawn until dusk, 7 days a week!
The paths are really narrow this time of year so long sleeves and protective glasses are recommended. It can be very hot and humid inside the cornfield mid day, so plan to visit in the morning or evening. The corn maze can also be a fun option on a rainy day--bring your gum boots and rain jacket!
Regular admission (excluding the Haunted Corn Maze Events in October and Pre-Booked Night Mazes) is $2.00 for everyone in the family over the age of 2 years! Place your coins are rolled up bills in the coin drop at the entrance to the maze under the tent. Please bring the correct change, it just makes it easier for all of us.
The 2016 Day Time and Night Time Haunted House/Corn Maze Events are only on two weekends:
September 30 & October 1 (Fri & Sat) (7pm-9:30pm)
October 2 (Sun) (11am-3pm)
October 7, 8, 9 (Fri, Sat & Sun) (7pm-9:30pm)
October 9 (Sun) (11am-3pm)
The admission is $7.00 per person for the Night Haunted House/Corn Maze.
Admission is $5.00 for the Day Tim Haunted House/Corn Maze.
Nanny and Pappa's Express Cafe will be providing the concession for these events.
The 'NO DROP-OFF RULE' will be strictly enforced during the Haunted Corn Maze Events. These events were developed for families looking for affordable entertainment in the fall time. We are definitely not wanting to supervise or babysit groups of pre-teens/young teens or host a bush party for them. Past experience has forced us to institute this rule and our events are now more enjoyable for families and our 'scarers'.
During the two daytime events (Oct 2 & 9), the corn maze and the haunted house may or may not be staffed with ghosts and goblins. Regardless, we can assure you that the haunted house is still scary enough for the little ones and sensitive adults. Your $5 day admission also includes a tractor ride and the freedom to visit farm animals.
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A special thank you to everyone who supported Cinnamon Bun Sunday throughout the month of May and over the past 20 years. Lenore, the baker and event organizer, is very excited to announce that a grand total of $4580 was raised this year! The Canadian Cancer Society BC and Yukon Division will receive $1000 and the remainder will be donated to the Quesnel Lions Club for Affordable Senior Housing in Quesnel. Thanks to the Lions Club for being such wonderful volunteers.
The cinnamon bun maker is retiring this year but I am sure she could be persuaded to host a social gathering with only a couple of trays of buns being offered next May!