Find Colorado corn mazes on our list of fall activities. Here are some farms with mazes near Denver, Boulder, and Fort Collins that provide lots of fun. Be sure to check out their websites for further information, hours and prices.
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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2015 Farms in Colorado
Denver Corn Mazes
Anderson Farms – Erie, CO.
Opens September 23, 2015 !!
The Anderson Family started farming in 1911 when August and Josephine Anderson bought a farm south of Mead. They bought their Erie farm after the government purchased part of the Mead farm for I-25 in 1958. The 30 acre maze is divided into four sections with a total of more than 9 miles of paths. Fall festival features a 30 acre patch with 26 varieties of pumpkins, squash and gourds. Antique tractor pulled wagon hayride, 30 acre corn maze in their cornfield, pumpkin launching, pedal karts, farm animals, barrel train, zombie paintball and Terror in the Corn. Past maze themes included Eagle & Stature of Liberty (2013) and Farming (2011). Anderson Farms is very popular with over 6,616 Facebook likes. Their address is 6728 County Road 3-1/4, Erie, CO 80516. It is about 29 miles north of Denver.
Mazzotti Farms – Hudson, CO. Owned and operated by the Mazzotti family since 1982. It features a pumpkin patch and real farm activities. They also have a corn maze, giant slide, petting zoo and create your own scarecrows. Their address is 24120 Weld County Rd. 8, Hudson, CO. It is about 37 miles northeast of Denver.
Mile High Farms – Bennett, CO. Enjoy their pumpkin patch, cornfield maze, and antique tractor hayrides. Also features a Fall festival with face painting, barrel carts and other activities. Friendly farm animals in the petting zoo at Grover’s Garden. Admission is $10-12 per person. Their address is 11 Cavanaugh Rd., Bennett, CO.
Rock Creek Farm – Broomfield, CO. Free admission and free parking with a cost to select activities. Over 100 acres of u-pick pumpkins, with field pumpkins priced at $6. Hay rides, hay maze and farm animals. Cornfield maze or hayrides priced at $5-8 with haunt free flashlight maze evenings on Friday and Saturday nights. There’s four mazes of varying difficulties with six miles of paths through the corn. Past maze themes included Zombies (2013), Shark, Treasure Chest, and Pirate Ship (2012), and Farm Animals (2011). Family fun play area includes super slide, hay bale maze, covered picnic area and other activities. Credit cards are not accepted. Rock Creek Farm is very popular in the fall with over 9,742 Facebook likes. The address is 2005 South 112th Street, Broomfield, CO 80020. It is about 19 miles northwest of Denver.
Crazed Cornfield Maze & Colorado Pumpkin Patch – Thornton, CO – 20 Acres
There’s a large 20 acre maze as well as a mini maze that takes approximately 15 minutes to complete. After dark, enjoy three haunted attractions in the cornfield. It’s also the largest haunted attraction in Colorado with 35 acres of haunted cornfield for Haunted Field of Screams.
Location: 104th & Riverdale Road, Thornton CO 80233
May Farms – Byers, CO. Enjoy the Fall festival, pumpkin picking, corn field maze and hay rides. Open every Saturday and Sunday from the last weekend in September through October. Their address is 64001 US Highway 36, Byers, CO. It is about 47 miles east of Denver.
Wild West Maze – Hudson, CO.
Did not open in 2014.
The Willard family of the W-Spur Hay Company started their corn maze in 2010. Also enjoy the haunted maze after dark near Halloween! Purchase pumpkins from the pumpkin corral. punkin’ chunkin’, giant jumping pillow, scarecrow golf and corn field maze. Their address is 6876 Weld County Road 47, Hudson, CO. It is about 35 miles northeast of Denver.
Flat Acres Farm – Parker, CO.
Opens September 26, 2015!
A family owned and operated farm in Douglas County. They have a pumpkin patch, 5 acre corn maze, zombie paintball and Reapers Hollow Haunted monster maze. Kids’ activities include corn box and hay bale maze. Their address is 11321 Dransfeldt Rd., Parker, CO 80134. It is about 24 miles southeast of Denver.
Cottonwood Farm – Boulder, CO – 2 Acres.
Website says opens September 26th!
Location: 1535 N 75th St., Boulder, CO 80303
Munson Farms – Boulder, CO. Open seven days a week in season. They have been letting visitors pick their own pumpkins since 1977. Take a hayride around the patch and get lost in their cornstalk maze.
Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield – 8 Acres
Opens September 18, 2015 !!
Location: 8500 W Deer Creek Canyon Road, Littleton, CO 80128
Northern Colorado Corn Maze – Fort Collins, CO – 15 Acres
They have been entertaining visitors at their corn field since 2001. Enjoy this 15 acre maze during the day because at dusk, the maze becomes haunted! Other activities include the pumpkin patch, petting zoo, and giant pumpkin catapult.
Location: 2318 S. County Road 5, Fort Collins , Colorado 80525
Fritzler‛s Corn MAiZE and Giant Pumpkin Patch – La Salle, CO
Opens September 19, 2015!!
Seven acre u-pick pumpkins with corn maze and other fall farm activities. There is also zombie paintball and the maze becomes partially haunted at night. Past mazes themes have include Bald Eagle Crying (2013), Peyton Manning (2012), and American Dream (2011). Their address is 20861 CR 33, LaSalle, CO 80645.
Harvest Farm – Wellington, CO – 10 Acres
Opens October 2, 2015 !!
2013 Theme: Firefighters
2012 Theme: 10th Anniversary of the Wellington Harvest Farm
2011 Theme: Agriculture
Harvest Farms’ 11th Annual Fall Festival. They also have hay rides, pumpkin patch, petting zoo and other farm activities.
Location: 4240 East County Road 66, Wellington, CO 80549
Something From the Farm – Fort Collins, CO – 16 Acres. They will have a small maze at the produce stand along with pumpkins. At night, enjoy the haunted hayride and make your way through the haunted corn maze. Or try the small and medium corn field mazes during the day if you are scared. There’s three miles of paths as well as hayrides and a u pick pumpkin patch for when you have had enough.
Western Colorado – Grand Junction
Studt’s Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze – Grand Junction, CO.
Opens October 1, 2015 !!
There’s the regular maze, a smaller maze for kids and the haunted corn maze here at Studts. Pick your own pumpkins with maze, kids’ maze and haunted maze owned and operated by Ward and Jennifer Studt. Hayrides and pony rides are available on Friday evenings and weekends. Other activities include straw mountain, pumpkin jump, petting zoo and paint-less paintball called Redneck Bazooka. Past maze themes included Screaming Eagle (2012) and T-Rex (2011). Their address is 21 1/ and I 1/2 Road, Grand Junction, Colorado.
Moon Farm – Fruita, CO
This Fruita pumpkin patch has hayrides, corn maze, petting zoo and straw maze.
Diana’s Pumpkin Patch – Canon City, CO
PYO pumpkins from their field and haul them back to your car in their free of charge wagons. They have a variety of small and large pumpkins, including the largest selection of heirloom and specialty pumpkins in Southern Colorado. Enjoy the 8 acre corn maze which has been losing visitors for more than ten years. It takes approximately 45 minutes to make your way through the cornfield. Bring your flashlight to try the maze at night. Admission is $8-9 with children 5 and under free. Paid admission includes one pumpkin and a variety of farm fun including corn bin, hay slide and duck races. Open Friday through Sunday from the middle of September. Their address is 1649 Poplar Ave., Canon City, CO 81212.
Colon Orchards – Canon City, CO
A fourth generation farm in the Arkansas River Valley. They have pumpkin picking, 5 acre cornfield maze and hayrides (weekends). Admission is $8 per person which includes pumpkin. Additional pumpkins are $5 each. Kids five and under are free, but they are not entitled to a free pumpkin.
Pantaleo Produce and The Pueblo Chili Company – Pueblo, CO
A pumpkin patch with cornfield maze.
Location: 39651 South Road, Pueblo Colorado