It's billed as offering "ear-resistible" family fun.
Meadows Maze's award-winning 17-acre corn maze in Pitt Meadows is one of the largest in the Pacific Northwest, says its outside manager Jordan Zanotto.
Eighteen-year-old Zanotto has worked at the Pitt Meadows operation for the past four years.
"I love it here, it's like family," he said. "I've been here since I was 14 and honestly, it's the best summer job I could ever ask for."
Opened in 2000, Meadows Maze has added a trio of new attractions this year.
They include pig races (which starts this weekend), bouncy horses, and an educational barn that houses activity stations for kids ages eight and under. Visitors to this interactive harvest experience will collect eggs, milk, apples, honey, potatoes, corn, and more from 11 harvest-time stations.
There's plenty to do on top of that, such as The Maze, Meadows Mountain, Lions Goat Bridge, haywagon rides, bee observatory, train rides, and a mini-hay-bale maze.
The main interest for visitors is the corn maze that usually takes between an hour to an hour-and-a-half to navigate. The record time is 35 minutes.
There have been occasions where staff has had to locate maze visitors who have lost their way.
"They'll phone us or call for help and we'll go out and go find them and bring them back," Zanotto said.
"The maze isn't super, super hard to do but it is one of the biggest mazes in the Pacific Northwest."
Once Meadows Maze closes, its corn is harvested and stored for the winter to feed cattle at Hopcott Farm.
Located at 13672 Reichenbach Rd. in Pitt Meadows, Meadows Maze opened Aug. 11 and will remain open, seven days a week, until Thanksgiving Day, Oct. 8.
For hours, rates, and information, visit: www.meadowsmaze.com.