Visit Abby Roadside Before It’s Gone – You Won’t Regret It

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Corn mazes are a classic fall activity, but they are even better when you add beer and wine to the mix. The Abby Roadside is one of the Fraser Valley’s best autumn activities, and they are almost ready to close for the season.

I’ve been wanting to visit the Abby Roadside since it opened for the first time in 2016 and I finally managed to pay them a visit last weekend. It was the perfect way to spend an afternoon! It shouldn’t take much convincing, but let me tell you why you should plan to visit Abby Roadside on October 14th or 15th for their last weekend of the season.

This corn maze is like no other corn maze you have ever seen before. There are three mazes to choose from:

  • Rookie Maze: This is pretty self explanatory. If you have any little ones with you, this would be a good maze to start with. The total amount of paths within the maze are a little bit less than one kilometre. This is a perfect amount of walking for kids. Haven’t done a corn maze before? This is a great way to warm up and test your navigation skills.

  • All Star Maze: If you’re a seasoned corn maze expert, this is the maze for you. Totalling 3 kilometres in length, this maze will take you about 1.5 hours to complete. Don’t forget your rain boots! After wandering through a muddy maze, you’ll want to keep your feet nice and dry.
  • Sampler Maze: This is the corn maze to end all corn mazes. That’s right… There are beer and wine sampling stations hidden throughout this maze! While this maze isn’t as long as the All Star Maze, you’ll probably spend more time in the maze sampling delicious craft beers and sweet local wines. You get 4 sampler tokens for this maze which allows you to try one drink from each of the stations. Please keep in mind that this is a 19+ maze. No minors will be permitted at any time.

I went through the Sampler Maze and I had such a great time! The local wineries and breweries that were represented were fantastic choices. Some of my favourite samples were the white wine from Seaside Pearl Winery (link: and the lager from Trading Post Brewery (link: There are at least 2 different samples at each station, but usually there were 2 different types of beer and 2 different types of wine to sample, so there was quite a selection. This is a great way to maybe find your new favourite craft drink!

Did I mention that Abby Roadside is fur-baby friendly? That’s right, you can bring your pup to lead you through the maze. They even made sure that your dog wouldn’t miss out on any photo opportunities—the #PupsofRoadside photo booth is adorable.

There are plenty of activities and photo opportunities at Abby Roadside. A professional photographer is on-site to help capture that perfect moment with a rustic, wooden palette background. Try your shot at shooting apples out of a canon; see if you can hit the barrel targets that are placed throughout an open field. A food truck is open for the entire day with snacks, hot turkey legs, and fall-inspired drinks. Use water pumps to race ducks, play squash-tic-tac-toe, or test your accuracy with a bean bag toss.

Abby Roadside is only open for one more weekend, October 14th and 15th. If you’re lacking corn mazes and craft beer samples in life, you’ll definitely want to round up your family and friends to check out this roadside attraction before it’s too late!

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