The Roadside Harvest Social returns to Abbotsford, starting Sept. 16.

Roadside Harvest Social features three corn mazes

Event starts Sept. 16 at 10-acre field in Abbotsford

The Roadside Harvest Social opened in Abbotsford on Saturday, Sept. 16 and continues every weekend until Oct. 15 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

It is located on a 10-acre field at 36737 North Parallel Rd. – the same location where the hugely successful Abbotsford Tulip Festival has taken place the last two years.

The Roadside Harvest Social includes three different corn mazes – the Rookie Maze, the All Star Maze and the Sampler Maze – as well as a KidsZone play area, a Bevi Zone and autumn eats.

Admission to the three-kilometre Sampler Maze includes four tastings from a selection of rotating partners.

All successful participants in the All Star Maze receive a prize upon completion.

The Bevi Zone features Roadside partners, with all proceeds going to select charities.

No minors are permitted in the Sampler Maze or Bevi Zone.

Admission is $8 online at or $10 at the gate for ages three to 18. Children two and under are free.

Tickets for adults are $18 online or $20 at the gate and include access to all mazes and activities. Beverages are a la carte.

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