Utah Corn Mazes
Here is the list of Utah corn mazes. Be sure to check out their website for further information, hours and prices.
Cornbelly’s – Lehi, UT – 12 Acres – 3 Mazes
2014 Theme: The Wizard of Oz – 75th anniversary
Open for the 2014 Season from October 3rd until Nov 1. Closed Sundays. General admission is $9.95-11.95 which includes all non-haunted attractions. This is the corn maze of Brett and Nicole Herbst, who have been cutting at farms across the country under the name of their company, The Maize. Past themes have featured Rivals Forever: Utah vs BYU (2013),Vote 2012 – Pick Your Prez! (2012) and Exploring Space (2011). Their original location at American Fork was the largest in the Western United States at one time. At night, there is a separate haunted maze and other haunted attractions here. Screamn’ tickets are $19.95. There’s lots of other fall fun here, including pig races, slides, a pumpkin courtyard, zip line and cow train.
Hee Haw Farms – Pleasant Grove, UT – 12 Acres
2013 Theme: ?
2012 Theme: Castle
2011 Theme: Ahoy Matey
Hee Haw Farms also has a pick your own pumpkin patch, haunted hayride and other farm activities such as the petting farm, pony rides and giant pumpkin drop.
Utah Valley University – Payson, UT
2013 Theme: ?
2012 Theme: UVU
2011 Theme: Willy the Wolverine (mascot)
Salt Lake City
Crazy Corn Maze – West Jordan, UT – 8 Acres
2013 Theme: Spider Web and Jack o’ Lantern
2012 Theme: Grim Reaper
2011 Theme: Halloween and Hunger Awareness
2013 will be the fifteenth year for their maze. There is also a separate haunted trail after dark and 4 acre pumpkin patch.
Pumpkin Point Farms A u-pick pumpkin farm with children's corn maze and games. Opens September 30, 2014. Maze and hay ride included when you purchase pumpkins, which are priced from $.50 to $12.
Little Bear Bottoms – Wellsville, UT – 2 Mazes
This family farm growing sod and corn has a large maze, a smaller maze for kids and a string maze. The large maze can take up to 90 minutes to navigate while the children’s maze takes 10-15 minutes. They also have a spooky barn ride and haunted river trail. Maze opens Sept. 26, 2014. Haunted River Trail open Fridays and Saturdays starting October 3rd, 2014. Printable $1 off ticket on their website.
Southwest Utah – St. George
Staheli Family Farm – Washington, UT – 20 Acres (4 sections)
2014 Design info is coming soon as of 9/10/2014
We believe it opens September 27th for Fall. In addition to the corn maze and field of screams haunted maze, they have a pumpkin patch, hayrides, petting zoo, pony rides and other entertainment. Past themes have featured Pirates of the Cornabean (2013), The Biggest Loser (2012) and family tribute – 50 year anniversary (2011).
Black Island Farms – Syracuse, UT – 26 Acres
2013 Theme: ?
2012 Theme: Harvest Festival
2011 Theme: Twilight
Open September 19th-20th and September 26 – November 1st. Black Island Farms is a 400 acre working vegetable farm in Davis County that has been run for more than 50 years. This is the largest corn maze in Utah. Harvest festival, haunted maze called Nightmare Acres, pumpkin patch, bonfire, hayrides, cow train, and corn cannon. Maze and courtyard is $9 for kids and $11 for adults, with combo tickets including a hayride or Nightmare Acres available for purchase.
Cold Springs Trout Farm – Ogden, UT – 1 Acre
A seven pond trout farm since 1924, they also have a small corn maze in the fall. Maze opens Sept 27th and runs throguh October 31st. It is open Monday through Saturday. Daily admission is $4 with regular admission to the evenin haunted forest and corn maze only $7.
Water Hollow Ranch – Bluebell, UT – 8 Acres
2014 Theme: Water Hollow Ranch
The renamed Blue Bell Corn Maze opens for the season on September 20th. It will be open Thursday through Sunday with Tuesday & Wednesday available by advance reservation only. General admission is $6.50-8.50. Pumpkin patch, hayrides, cow train, corn cannon, pumpkin launcher and corn box. Haunted corn maze on Thursday through Saturday nights from mid-October to Halloween. Creep Farm admission is $8.50-$10.50. Past themes have included Roosevelt City 100 Years (2013) and I Heart Drilling (2012).