We want you to have a great experience when you visit McNab's Corn Maze & Produce Farm. The information below is here to help you get the most of your trip.
Tip #1 – Wear boots! You can expect to get a little bit muddy, especially if it has rained in the past day or so.
McNab’s Corn Maze & Produce Farm is located at 4613 Yellow Point Road in Yellow Point, BC.
The Corn Maze and the Produce Stand are both located at the same address. You'll spot our Produce Stand right away – it's brightly painted and right on the side of the road. There's easy parking next to the Stand, as well as in the field across the street.
Tip #2 – Bring water! On hot days it's important to stay hydrated. If it's 25 degress outside, you can expect the corn maze to be closer to 30 degrees.
We're a seasonal operation, and different facilities are open at different times of the year.
We are always mindful of the safety of our visitors and ask that everyone take extra care when parking at McNab's Corn Maze & Produce Farm.
Thank you all for your cooperation!
Depending on the weather (and the weather during the week before you visit), we recommend footwear that you don't mind getting dirty. If it's been really wet outside, bring your gum boots!
COVID-19 update: visits outside of normal hours are not possible during the 2020 season. (Normally we welcome groups of 15+ people outside of our normal hours – you just need to contact us to book ahead.)
No, the pathways are not paved. When you're walking through the Corn Maze, you're walking through an honest-to-goodness field of corn. Remember to bring your boots if it's rained in that past day or two.
No, the Corn Maze is only open during the fall, when the corn grows tall. We'll post the exact opening date on the Corn Maze page, but typically the maze is open from late August or early September through to the end of October.
Depending on the variety, weather conditions, and irrigation levels, corn stalks can grow to over 15 feet tall. The corn used for our Corn Maze grows to around 7 or 8 feet tall.
Pumpkins become ripe starting in September and continuing through October.
We generally do not rent the farm for private functions, but always consider our answer on a case-by-case basis. Please contact us for details.
COVID-19 update: we will not be booking groups or offering group discounts during the 2020 season. (Normally all group bookings of 10 people or more get a 10% discount off of our standard rates.)
It's possible! Contact us to see if we're able to help provide a country backdrop to your special day.