COLORADO, USA — Summer is great, but anyone who loves leaves, apple cider, sweaters and some good old-fashioned fun, knows that corn mazes are where it’s at.
Luckily, Colorado has more than its fair share of these fall treats, which also happen to come with sweet pumpkin patches and amazing corn mazes, great local food and all sorts of activities that will make you wish this season never ends.
9NEWS put together a handy map of corn mazes in Colorado. If you can’t see it below, click here.
Baseggio Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze
Located in Atwood near Sterling, the Baseggio Family Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze has a corn maze and haunted maze running through Oct. 29.
Mile High Farms
Just head east on Interstate 70 from Denver and you can explore Mile High Farms' two corn mazes — large and mini — spread out over 11 acres and enjoy kids' bounce houses, antique tractor hay rides, farm animals and more.
Johnson Farm and Apiary
The Johnson Farm offers a corn maze and fresh fall produce including watermelons, peppers, veggies, pickles, jams and breads.
Rock Creek Farm
Rock Creek Farm has nearly nine miles of corn mazes featuring prehistoric dinosaurs. There are four patterns of different lengths and complexity ranging from a short and easy to an engaging 4.2 mile Spinosaurus-designed corn maze.
The Broomfield farm also has a 120-acre pumpkin patch as well as cornstalks, straw bales, gourds and Indian corn for purchase.
Diana's Pumpkin Patch Corn Maze
Diana's Pumpkin Patch Corn Maze is the oldest corn maze in Fremont County. The corn maze is just a short drive from Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Salida and Alamosa.
Colorado's longest-running 25-acre corn maze at Anderson Farms is open day and night and is never haunted. The corn maze has over eight miles of trails.
Anderson Farms grows over 70 different kinds of pumpkins, squash and gourds. and the massive pumpkin patch has gourds from $2 to $12.
The Bartels Pumpkin Patch
The Bartels Pumpkin Patch's corn maze is hand-crafted with circles, dead ends and has more than one path to the exit. There's also a pumpkin patch, hay rides, concessions and u-pick vegetable area.
Jack Lantern's Corn Maze
The Jack Lantern's Corn Maze is a 40-acre corn maze for the young and the young at heart who want to navigate a twisted maze of confusion. Guests can also explore the maze on a scavenger hunt to receive a free small pumpkin.
Studt's Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze
Grand Junction's Studt's Pumpkin Patch has 12 acres of pumpkins with 45 different varieties. The corn maze is 12 acres in size and has Farm Scene Tracks, Farm Treasure Hunt, and Farm Scene Investigation game cards.
Pumpkins and More A-maiz-ing Farm
Pumpkins and More A-Maiz-ing Farm has a corn maze, haunted maze, pumpkin patch, jumping inflatables, grain train and cow train, duck races, slides, swings, spider web, and jumping pillow.
Mazzotti Farms' corn maze and pumpkin patch will be open weekends in October with its annual pumpkin patch and corn maze.
Hankins Farms has a new corn maze and fall activities. The corn maze has a "Farm Scene Investigation" game and the farm's pumpkin patch has gourds from $2 to $12.
Located just north of Lafayette, Cottonwood Farm has a corn maze, straw bale maze, pumpkins and fall produce and offers hay rides.
Fritzler Farm Park
With over 15 attractions including a mega-sized corn maze, the Fritzler Family Farm, is known across Colorado. Located seven miles south of Greeley or 22 miles north of Brighton on Highway 85, Frizler Farm Park is known for its massive corn maze designs each fall.
This year, the LaSalle corn maze honors Hero Expeditions, a nonprofit organization based in Eaton that organizes outdoor adventures for military service members, veterans and first responders.
Denver Botanic Gardens Chatfield Farms
Denver Botanic Gardens Chatfield Farms has a seven-acre corn maze that can be viewed from a 15-foot tall illuminated bridge. Visitors under the age of 10 can explore a corn mini-maze.
Haunted Field of Screams
The Haunted Field of Screams is Colorado’s largest haunted attraction where terror grows fresh every year. Backing the famously haunted Riverdale Road in Thornton, the attraction offers the longest immersive haunt experience that includes a walk through acres of cornfield, encounters with multiple haunted houses and a ride down to the Riverdale Gates of Hell. This attraction is not recommended for children.
Maize in the City
Maize in the City has a large 20-acre corn maze, which takes a minimum of 40 minutes to complete, as well as a mini corn maze built just for kids.
The Thornton attraction also has a pumpkin patch and fall activities including a corn launcher, sand art, barrel ride, hay bale maze, playground and photo opportunities.
DeVries Fruit & Veggies
Olathe's DeVries Fruit and Veggies Roadstand Stand has a huge corn maze and pumpkin patch, plus Palisade peaches, Olathe Sweet corn, roasted green chilies and more.
Miller Farms' Fall Harvest Festival is open daily through mid-November with a corn maze, petting zoo, antique alley, tractor ride and more.
Pope Farms Corn MAiZE & Pumpkin Patch
The corn maze at Pope Farms is 10 acres and turns into a haunted maze on weekend nights in October, plus there's a huge pumpkin patch too.
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