Surrey corn maze celebrates Rugby Canada with stunning display

Aug 24 2016, 10:09 pm

A Surrey farm has decided to celebrate Rugby Canada through a giant corn maze that opens this weekend.

An aerial shot shows the Rugby Canada logo in full – the silhouette of a rugby player against a Canadian maple leaf – along with a beaver holding a rugby.

Could it be more Canadian?

The Bose and Sons Family Farm has been in operation for over 100 years, but they first started doing corn mazes and pumpkin patches in 1999. The mazes feature turns and arches and trivia questions at posts throughout.

It’s recommended you set aside about an hour of your day to get lost in the maze.

They also offer night maze adventures, with a fire pit at the end for roasting marshmallows.

Fall isn’t far away – maybe it’s time to get in the spirit.

Bose Farms Corn Maze 2016

Where: Bose and Sons Family Farms – 64th Avenue and 156th Street, Surrey

When: Opening day is Saturday, August 27

Cost: Adults are $7, kids are $5, families of four are $22.