Here are local Arizona corn mazes near Phoenix, Flagstaff and Tucson that we believe will let visitors get lost for fun. It looks like there are four cornfields within Maricopa County and the Greater Phoenix area. Two mazes are located within thirty minutes of Tucson. Flagstaff residents will have a bit farther drive. The closest is just over an hour from Flagstaff. Most are open from late September through Halloween. Some are changed into haunted attractions at night.
Visitors this fall can get lost in a daytime corn maze, the daylights scared out of you in haunted mazes with bloodied actors and actresses wielding weapons, as well as more difficult options such as flashlight and moonlight mazes. You’ll find options with small mazes designed for kids and large, challenging ones to keep adults occupied for a long time. And don’t forget about the other fall activities that occur on these farms including pumpkin patches, hayrides, farm animals and children’s activities. It’s one of the best parts of September and October!
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Phoenix Corn Mazes
Fear Farm – Phoenix, AZ – 8 Acres
This haunted maze at Fear Farm is open in the evenings. There is also a reference to it being open for an unhaunted experience so it may also be open during the day. The website, however, only mentions evening hours. Location: 2209 N. 99th Ave, Phoenix, Arizona 85307
Tolmachoff Farms – Glendale, AZ. Enjoy pumpkin days and a six acre corn maze at Tolmachoff Farms from October 1st, 2015 to early November. Also enjoy the mini maze, petting zoo, train rides (weekends), corn box, pedal carts and jumping pillow. They also run separately the wildly popular AZ Field of Screams haunted attraction. Their address is 5726 N. 75th, Glendale, AZ 85303. It is about 13 miles west of Phoenix.
Vertuccio Farms – Mesa, AZ – 7 Acres
Opens September 26, 2015.
This Mesa corn maze is another option for enthusiasts in Phoenix. Cono and Angela Vertuccio run the farm started by his parents, Joe and Maria Vertuccio. Bring a flashlight if you want to tackle the maze at night! There’s a pumpkin patch, mini hay maze and other farm activities. Past themes have included a Person & Pumpkin (2013) and Animals (2011).
Schnepf Farms – Queen Creek, AZ – 14 Acres
2012: Unite Against Bullying
2011 Theme: Family Memories
Located 45 minutes southeast of Phoenix near Gilbert and Chandler. Mark and Carrie Schnepf welcome visitors to this Arizona treasure. There’s two ways to get lost here of 10 and 4 acres. Don’t miss the pumpkin & chili party, either!
Location: 24810 South Rittenhouse Road, Queen Creek, Arizona 85242
Mortimer Family Farms – Dewey, AZ
2013 Design: Yarnell Firefighters
Located 75 minutes north of Phoenix or southwest of Flagstaff. Three corn field maze and a pumpkin fest on weekends in October. U pick pumpkin patch, hay rides and Saturday night dance.
Location: 12907 E. State Route 169 Dewey, AZ 86327
Tucson Corn Mazes
Buckelew Farm – Tucson, AZ.
Holding its annual Pumpkin Festival and Corn Maze (daylight) the last three weekends in October + October 31, 2015. Flashlight nights throughout October on Friday and Saturday nights. Take a tractor-drawn wagon ride to the pumpkin field and pick your own pumpkins. Other activities include the 11 acre corn maze, professional pumpkin carving, petting zoo, zombie paintball, arts and crafts, inflatable slide and pedal cart race track. The Great Pumpkin Race, a 5K cross country run through the farm and corn maze, also happens in October. Also they feature a haunted cornfield attraction called the Terror in the Corn. Buckelew Farm is very popular with over 6,311 Facebook likes. Their location is at 17000 W. Ajo Way, Tucson, AZ 85735. It is about 27 mile west of Tucson.
Marana Pumpkin Patch – Marana, AZ – 6 Acres
Opens October 3, 2015. 2015 Theme: Farm Fun
This is another option for those looking for a cornfield, with two mazes at this farm. They also have 50 acres of pumpkins!!! It is located thirty minutes west of Tucson along I-10. Past themes featured a Flower and Barn (2013) and Harvesting Memories (2011).
Location: 14901 N Wentz Rd, Marana, AZ 85653
Apple Annie’s Orchard – Willcox, AZ. The Apple Annie’s Orchard was started in the early 1980s by John and Annie Holcomb (and family). They expanded into their pumpkin festival in 2003 with the purchase of Hunsdon Farms. Pick your own pumpkin from their forty acre pumpkin patch. Also enjoy the 15 acre corn maze and other fall fun. Past themes featured March of Dimes – 75 Years (2013), Apple Annies – 100 Years (2012), and 50 Years in Space (2011). They are open daily in October. Their address is 64055 W Williams Rd, Willcox AZ 85643. It is about 93 miles east of Tucson.
Flagstaff Corn Mazes
Freeman Farms – Chino Valley, AZ. Located 90 minutes southwest of Flagstaff near Prescott. Freeman farms, owned and operated by Norm Freeman and Lynne Trenery, holds a pumpkin festival every Saturday and Sunday plus Columbus Day in October. Other activities include the hay rides, corn maze, farm train, merry go round, and petting zoo. Location: 1096 E. Road 3 South, Chino Valley AZ
Willis Farms – Snowflake, AZ – 10 Acres
Opens September 26, 2015!
It opens the last weekend in September. After dark on Saturdays, the corn field becomes haunted. There’s also lazer tag, a pick your own pumpkin patch and hay rides. Snowflake is a 2 hour drive from Flagstaff or a 3 hour drive from Phoenix or Tucson. Past themes included Wild Animal (2013) and Lazer Tag War Zone (2012).
Location: 381 South 1st St E, Snowflake, AZ 85937