| 09/19/2022 | Updated | Adventure - Outdoors, Attend, Attractions, Fall, Family Fun, Farms & Agriculture, Holiday, Seasonal Travel, Sightsee |   

A-maizing Fun: Whatcom County Corn Mazes

It’s fall and the harvest season is upon us! Along with crunchy leaves underfoot and jugs of fresh-pressed apple cider, the corn is as high as an elephant’s eye and just perfect for getting lost in a corn maze. 

In Whatcom County we have three corn mazes to explore - one hosted by the Lynden FFA (Future Farmers of America), one at Bellewood Farms, and another at Stoney Ridge Farm in Everson. 

Open Friday-Sunday in September

The FFA corn maze is located directly south of Front Street in Lynden on Hannegan Road. You won’t miss this maze thanks to the big green sign next to the road. 

After you’ve parked, get ready to get lost and potentially muddy! This is a cornfield in the State of Washington - if it rains, it gets muddy.  

Since 1999, this corn-maze has shown off the strong creativity of the local FFA group, rolling out a different design yearly! In the past, they have crafted everything from a lion to an owl, a windmill, a tractor, and even a wooden shoe. 

How long will it take to get through the maze? Who knows - that's part of the fun! Average time shows from between half an hour to an hour. In between runs through the maze, take a snack break - the FFA offers popcorn and soda.

Get out and have fun this fall and at the same time all in support of local students. This maze is the main fundraiser for the Lynden High School FFA Booster Club.

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Runs September through October

The folks at Bellewood Farms celebrate the harvest season with many fall activities, including u-pick apples, pumpkins, and a FREE corn maze!  

Travel Tip: There are 7 dead ends in the maze. Can you find them all?   

After getting lost in the maze, be sure to enjoy the free apple bin train ride through the orchard, plus delicious seasonal treats like fresh cider donuts, kettle corn, caramel apples, and farm-fresh apple pie!  


Open the last four weekends in October (Fridays and Saturdays)

While you're picking up Halloween pumpkins at Stoney Ridge Farm, make sure to check out their corn maze, along with their other kid-friendly events!

In addition to the corn maze, the $4 entry free gets you access to: 

* Parking 
* Farm Animals
* Kids Play Area
* Wagon Ride

Kiddos 2 and under get in FREE!

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