Below you will find the list of Washington corn mazes. Visitors this fall can get lost in a daytime corn maze, the daylights scared out of them 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!
Be sure to check out their website for further information, hours and prices. Most are open in September and October. Many have pumpkins, fresh food, live animals, hayrides, and games which may have different hours or additional costs.
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Bill’s Berry Farm – Grandview, WA. Bill and Julie Michener have run their multigenerational 70 acre farm in Yakima Valley since purchasing it from another family in 1994. You can find your pumpkin at this berry farm in October. There are six challenging paths through this corn maze with four miles of trails. There is also a kiddie maze for younger children. In addition, you can fling fruit and squeeze your own apple cider. During festival days, they also have farm animals, pony rides and hayrides. Past maze themes have included Barnyard (2013), Giant Pumpkin (2012) and An Apple a Day (2011). The address is 3674 N. County Line Road, Grandview, WA 98930.[fsb-social-bar facebook=”true” twitter=”true”]
Gau-Sco Farm – Malaga, WA. Pick your own pumpkins, horse drawn wagon rides and cornfield maze. They are open from the last weekend in September through October 31st. The address is 2575 Gault Rd., Malaga, WA.
Schell’s Massive Corn Maze – Toppenish, WA
Schell’s has the two largest corn field mazes in Yakima Valley, located in Toppenish and Union Gap. They are open in October. In the evenings, they hold a haunted zombie maze. You will also find pumpkin patch, straw maze, farm animal zoo and hayride. There is also a haunted house in Toppenish.
Seattle Corn Mazes
Bob’s Corn – Snohomish, WA
Opens September 27, 2014. Bob planted the first cornfield maze and pumpkin patch on his family farm in 2001. In addition to the large 10 acre corn maze, there are also two smaller mazes for kids. You can also enjoy the maze at night. Their twenty acre pumpkin patch grows 47 varieties of pumpkins. Other activities include the pony rides, corn cannon, face painting and other attractions. Bob’s corn is run by Bob and Sarah Ricci. Past maze themes have featured Bee & Honeycomb (2013), Tractor (2012) and Castle (2011).
Craven Farm – Snohomish, WA
Opens September 27, 2014. Follow the Alice in Pumpkinland story throughout this 15 acre cornfield and do your best not to get lost. Craven Farm has been growing pumpkins in their twenty acre pumpkin patch for the past 31 years. Get your face painted, enjoy a hay ride, visit the farm animals or sling a pumpkin. Special events: The Great Pumpkin Glow.
Stocker Farms – Snohomish, WA
2014 Theme: 12th Fan
Opens September 27, 2014. Maze is open Tuesday through Sunday in October as well as select days in September. Past themes cut into the corn include YMCA (2013), Pumpkin Country (2012) and Woodland Park Zoo (2011). Family Pumpkin Park has ten acre pumpkin patch, hay rides, face painting, jumping pillow and pumpkin cannon.
The Farm at Swan’s Trail – Snohomish, WA
Opens September 29, 2014. Swan’s Trail Farms was opened by Ben and Carol Krause in 1984 after purchasing the Staswick Dairy Farm. In 1997, they opened their now famous Washington State Corn Maze. The cornfield is open from the last weekend in September to the end of October. There are over 4.5 miles of paths through the 12 acres of corn. It is open as a flashlight maze in the evenings. They also have a pumpkin patch, pick your own apple orchard, a petting farm, wagon rides, corn box, cow train and more.
Carleton Farm – Lake Stevens, Washington. Pick your own pumpkin from the vine. Pumpkins are priced starting at $1 and they do have giant pumpkins. Open daily from late September through Halloween. A 4 acre maze lets visitors play Farm Scene Investigation during the day. On Friday and Saturday nights, as well as during the Haunted Swamp and Zombie Farm, you can try to survive the maze in the dark with a flashlight. Past themes have included Farm Scene Investigation (2013), Go Hog Wild (2012) And Cinderella (2011). Admission to the maze is $6 per person during the day and $10 per person at night. Ages 3 and under are free during the day. There is also a special family deal during the day allowing two adults and four children up to age 18 for $25. Other activities: farm animals, farm market and a variety of weekend activities including hayrides, pony express train, kids barn and pumpkin cannon. About the farm: It is a 60-acre farm located along the Ebey Slough in the north end of the Snohomish Valley. The address is 630 Sunnyside Blvd SE, Lake Stevens, WA 98258. It is about 31 miles north of Seattle.
Foster’s Produce and Corn Maze – Arlington, WA
2014 Theme: Wizard of Oz
Opens October 1, 2014. Daylight maze. Bring your flashlight to try the night maze before enjoying the bonfire. The night maze is open for two Saturdays in October along with the Giant Pumpkin Hunt (pumpkin picking after dark). Past themes for the cornfield have featured a Pirate Ship (2013) and Hidden Gnomes (2012). Additional activities at the farm are the u-pick pumpkin patch, wagon rides, hay maze, farm animals and pumpkin slinger.
Rutledge Corn Maze – Tumwater, WA
The 2014 design pictures Seahawks Percy Harvin and Sidney Rice. Haunted maze opens September 19, 2014. In the past, the cornfield design has featured the Legion of Boom (2013), Marshawn Lynch (2012) and The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn (2011). It is located south of Olympia.
Carpinito Brothers, Inc. – Kent, WA. This corn field maze and pumpkin patch is open daily from late September through Halloween. Tractor pulled hayrides, u pick pumpkins, farm animals, hay maze and produce stand. They do two maze designs every year with a total of more than three miles of paths. The mazes vary in length and difficulty so that you can find one to enjoy. The Carpinito Brothers started selling fresh produce from their family farm over 50 years ago. The pumpkin patch is located at 6868 S. 277 St., Kent, WA 98032. It is approximately 22 miles south of Seattle. With a total of more than three miles of paths. The mazes vary in length and difficulty so that you can find one to enjoy. Past cornfield themes have featured Zombies (2013), Mummy and Pyramid (2012), and Cougars and Huskies (2011).
Serres Farm – Redmond, WA. This 24 acre working family farm in Happy Valley east of Redmond has pumpkin picking patch. So put on your boots and grab a wheelbarrow because it is time to start the hunt for the perfect jack o’ lantern to be. A variety of pumpkins from miniatures to giant Great Atlantics grow in the field. Patch opens the last weekend in September and runs through Halloween. The cornfield maze takes 15-20 minutes to navigate the hand designed maze. Animal train takes kids around the farm while hay rides are offered to kids of all ages. Pick the lucky duck to engage in a water propelled duck race. The farm is located at 20306 NE 50th St., Redmond, WA 98053. It is about 17 miles from Seattle.
Dr. Maze’s Farm – Redmond, Washington. Plan a fun visit to the pumpkin patch. Also see the 3.5 acre sunflower and corn maze has 4 mini-mazes, Dr. Mazes Farmyard fun and farm stand. They have a singing chicken show, rubber duck races, a hayride tour, and bouncy rodeo horses. Roger and Carol Calhoon started their family farm in 2010. The farm is located at 15410 Northeast 124th Street, Redmond, WA 95052. It is about 17 miles northeast from Seattle. It opens the cornfield maze generally in August. If you make all of the correct choices, the path will take you 3/4 mile. While you are in the field, don’t forget to search for the answers to the Crossword Hunt Puzzle. Past themes for the corn field have included Rooster (2014), Goat (2013), Rooster (2012) and Honeybees (2011). Pumpkin picking, hayrides, farmyard with farm animals, and other kids mazes.
Biringer’s Black Crow Pumpkin Patch – Arlington, Washington. Acres of pumpkins and a corn maze open daily starting in early October. Display your carved jack o’ lantern or enter your dog in the Halloween costume contest. Pick up a giant pumpkin (hahahah!). Hot cider and local Oso honey available. Stop in town for a cup of Biringer’s Farm Girl Coffee. Attraction is located at 2431 Hwy 530, Arlington, WA 98223. It is 43 miles north of Seattle.
Hunter Farms – Union, Washington. It features a pumpkin patch, tractor rides, corn maze and hay maze. This diversified Skokomish River Valley farm was started in the 1880s. They are open every day in October. This is a big operation with a fall and Christmas general store and a large Christmas tree retail farm. The address is 1921 E State Route 106, Union, WA 98592. It is about 31 miles north of Olympia.
Hunter Christmas Trees – Olympia, WA. Growing pumpkins since 1993, there is also a giant corn maze, hay maze, wagon rides and farm fun activities (weekends) like pillow jump, pony rides, carousel and pumpkin sling shot. They are open 9:00 am to 6:00 pm daily in October. This farm is located at 7401 Yelm Hwy. SE, Olympia, WA 98513.
Schilter Family Farm – Olympia, Washington. A 180 acre Nisqually Valley farm with u-pick pumpkins and a 5 acre corn maze in the fall. There are also farm animals, cow train, pumpkin blaster, pony rides, hay rides, and corn cannon. They are open with activities every day in October. In addition their farm market is open daily from June through September. The address is 141 Nisqually Cutoff Road SE, Olympia, WA 98513. Past themes for the cornfield have included King Tut (2012) and Wizard of Oz (2014).
Thommason Family Farm – Enumclaw, WA
Opens October 1, 2014. A 5 acre cornfield maze. If you need help, you can use the numbered posts and questionnaire to guide you through the maze. The night maze is open the last weekend of the month. Hay wagon rides, pumpkin field, hay maze, corn box, tractor train rides, face painting, kids korral and country store.
Maris Farm – Buckley, WA
Opens October 4, 2014. The eight acre maze takes approximately 45 minutes to complete. Two large bridges provide a panoramic view of the farm. Flashlight nights are available on Friday and Saturday nights, so bring your own flashlight or prepare to purchase one. If you are looking for a haunted attraction, try their Harvest of Terror events like the Monster Safari and the Haunted Woods. Past themes have included the Seahawks 12th Man (2013), Support your local fire department (2012) and “Out of this World” Aliens (2011).
Mosby Brothers Farm – Auburn, WA
Opens September 27, 2014. Adult corn maze admissions are $9. Kids ages 3-12 are $6. Past themes have been the Pumpkin (2013), Space Needle (2012) and Rooster (2011). Pumpkin picking and tractor pulled hay rides.
Gordon Skagit Farms – Mt. Vernon, Washington. U-pick pumpkins from the field and apple picking in October offers Jonagold apples with a sweet tart taste that is great for cooking or eating. In total, more than 50 varieties of pumpkins available with select varieties of carving, cooking, squashes and heirloom pumpkins. Seven acre crop circle maze, haunted barn, cider shack, pumpkin carving contest and giant pumpkin weigh-in (first Saturday in October). Pumpkin carving contest for those age 18 and older. The Autumn Market is open daily in October. Red Fox Cider Shack offers hot cider and tasty treats to benefit the Culinary Arts Program at La Conner High School. The farm is located at 15598 McLean Rd., Mt. Vernon, WA 98273. It is about 64 miles north of Seattle. Located north of Seattle between Bellingham and Everett.
Spooner Farms – Puyallup, WA
Opens October 1, 2014. A 5 acre cornfield with 2 miles of trails through the maze. Admission is $6 on weekdays as well as for children ages 3 to 12 on weekends. Adults on weekends are $8. Past themes have been The Greatest Show on Earth (2012) and Egyptian (2011). About the Farmers: 5th Generation farmers in Puyallup Valley since 1882.
Shaffner Farms – Montesano, WA
Corn maze available for only $2. Other fun: hay ride, pumpkin patch and hay maze.
Pheasant Fields Farm – Silverdale, WA
A 2+ acre maze open in October. Wild Woods is the haunted version of the farm, including 5 acres of spooky woods and a haunted corn maze. Located north of Bremerton.
Remlinger Farms – Carnation, WA
Past mazes have included the Time Bandit (2013) and Hank the Steam Engine. Other activities available include u-pick pumpkin field, wagon rides, theme park and farm market. Located 20 minutes east of Redmond.
Bob’s Corn, Maze & Pumpkin Patch – Snohomish, Washington. Bob planted the first pumpkin patch and cornfield maze on his family farm in 2001. There are now over 50 varieties of pumpkins planted on 20 acres in Cathcart Valley. In addition to the large 10 acre corn maze, there are also two smaller mazes for kids. You can also enjoy the maze at night. Other activities include the pony rides, corn cannon, face painting, bonfire, playground, trike track and other attractions. Bob’s corn is run by Bob and Sarah Ricci. It usually opens the last weekend in September and everyday in October. Find Bob’s at 10917 Elliott Road, Snohomish, WA 98296. The pumpkin patch is 28 miles northeast of Seattle.
Foster’s Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze – Arlington, Washington. Featured are 10 acres of U-pick pumpkins, 10 acre corn maze and wagon rides. There are also farm animals, hay maze, pumpkin slinger and harvest market. Bring your flashlight to try the night maze before enjoying the bonfire. The night maze is open for two Saturdays in October along with the Giant Pumpkin Hunt (pumpkin picking after dark). Foster’s is approximately 45 miles north of Seattle at 5818 SR 530 NE, Arlington, WA 98223.
Craven Farm– Snohomish, Washington. They grow 20 varieties of pumpkins and also offer a 3-D pumpkin adventure through their barn. Owned by Mark and Judy Craven, the farm was started by his grandparents in 1949 as a dairy and berry farm. Get lost in the 15 acre maze, have your face painted, enjoy a hay ride, visit the farm animals or sling a pumpkin. Special events: The Great Pumpkin Glow. It is also a great place for a wedding. The address is 13817 Short School Road, Snohomish, WA 98290. It is about 36 miles northeast of Seattle.
The Farm at Swan’s Trail – Snohomish, Washington. A 45 acre pick your own pumpkin patch. Swan’s Trail Farms was opened by Ben and Carol Krause in 1984 after purchasing the Staswick Dairy Farm. In 1997, they opened their now famous Washington State Corn Maze. The cornfield is open from the last weekend in September to the end of October. There are over 4.5 miles of paths through the 12 acres of corn. It is open as a flashlight maze in the evenings. They also have a pick your own apple orchard, a petting farm, wagon rides, corn box, cow train, play area and more. The farm is 34 miles north of Seattle. The address is 7301 Rivershore Rd., Snohomish, WA.
Thomas Family Farm, – Snohomish, WA. Pumpkin picking available daily in season. Over 30 varieties of pumpkins available to choose from – you pay by the size. No admission fee. Free hayrides to the pumpkin patch on Saturdays and Sundays in October. Cornfield maze with Farm Scene Investigation game is available on Saturday and Sunday. The average visitors spends two hours lost in the large maze. There is also a smaller maze available for kids. At night, find out if you have want it takes to survive the zombie apocalypse with the zombie safari paintball hayride. Shoot mounted paintball guns with glow in the dark paintballs to prevent the undead from taking over Washington. Brave the flashlight maze at night (Thursday through Sunday), see if you survive the Nightmare on Nine haunted house. Knock back a cold one at the beer garden. The farm is located at 9010 Marsh Road, Snohomish, WA 98296. It is approximately 28 miles north of Seattle.
Each year there are a series of events in the Snohomish Valley advertised as the Pumpkin Capital of the Northwest. Each fall weekend thousands of people flock to the Snohomish Valley. Some of the events are the “Snohomish Pumpkin Hurl & Medieval Faire”, the “Snohomish Zombie Walk”, the “Schak-Tober Fest”, “Pumpkins in the Park & Scarecrow Row”, the “Downtown Snohomish Window Display Contest”, the Annual Snohomish Brewfest”, “The Great Pumpkin Glow”, and the “Historic Downtown Snohomish Trick or Treat”. Find out about all these events at the Festival of Pumpkins web page.
Double R Farms – East Puyallup, Washington. Third generation family farm with pumpkin patch and 5 acre corn maze. Pumpkins sell for 29 cents a pound. They have free tractor pulled hayrides, pumpkin sling shot, storytelling and painted pumpkins available. Double R Farms is located at 5820 44th Street, East Puyallup, WA 98371. It is about 10 miles southeast of Tacoma.
Picha Farms – Puyallup, WA. A Puyallup Valley berry farm with pick your own pumpkin field and weekend hayrides from late September through Halloween. Make your way through the 7 acre corn maze for $6 per person. If you find the answers to all eight trivia questions, you win a prize. Try your hand at the sling shot and you may just win 15 pounds of free pumpkins if you are a good shot. Hot apple cider, kettle corn and caramel apples await. About the farm: Dan and Russ Picha run the family business started by their grandfather in 1904. The address is 6502 52nd Street E, Puyallup, WA 98371.
Thomasson Family Farm – Enumclaw, WA. Pumpkin patch, corn field maze, hay wagon, corn box and petting zoo. Pumpkins are sold by size chart and prices start at $1 and go up. Maze costs $6-8. Admission to the farm for adults is free to $2.50. Kids admission ranges from $6 to $12 if you purchase the combo pass. Select activities cost extra, such as face painting, sling shots, hop along horse race and tractor train rides. The address s 38223 236th Avenue SE, Enumclaw, WA 98022. Thomasson is located about 26 miles east of Tacoma.
Colville Corn Maze – Colville, WA
Opens September 20, 2014. An 12 acre maze to try in the daylight or after dark. Ages 13 and up are $7. Kids 6-12 are $5. Past themes have been Scarecrow in a Pumpkin Patch (2013) and Farmer on Tractor (2012).
Siemer’s Farm – Mead, WA
Opens September 20, 2014. This is a corn-shrub maze as opposed to the more classic corn maze, but we thought we would list it here anyway.
Vancouver – Portland, Oregon
Bi-Zi Farms – Vancouver, WA
Opens October 3, 2014. Their pumpkin patch and harvest festival is open to the public on Friday through Sunday. They have a seven acre cornfield open to visitors to make their way through. The nighttime maze offers in the dark corn fun on Friday and Saturday nights. Bring your flashlight. Live music, farm animals, pony rides, face painting and children’s play activities like pedal tractors, corn crib, bale pyramid and pumpkin launchers.
Vancouver Pumpkin Patch – Vancouver, WA. It features U-pick pumpkins with pre-picked pumpkins available for sale as well with hay rides, hay maze and petting zoo. Run by Velvet Acres Gardens, a third generation family run farm that was originally a dairy farm before converting to a vegetable farm. The pumpkin patch is open daily in October. The location is 18905 NE 83rd St, Vancouver, WA 98682.
Stoney Ridge Farm – Everson, Washington. A three generation family farm that started as an apple orchard but now also includes pumpkins, corn field maze, hay and train rides, and farm animals. They are advertised as the largest pumpkin farm in the county. During Christmas they also feature Christmas tree cutting, bonfire, and events. It is located at 2092 VanDyk Rd., Everson, WA 98247. They are about 14 miles north of Bellingham.