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The biggest, baddest listing of Colorado corn mazes, pumpkin patches and fall festivals

Erie Corn Maze

Fall Fest 2010 has 7.5 miles of trail through designs of a bear, a bald eagle and a moose. There are also pumpkin patch hayrides, farm animals, a barrel train, small hay-bale maze for youngsters, facepainting, pedal karts, gem mining, food and more. Open daily now-October 31 on 6728 County Road 3-1/4 in Erie. for directions, times and prices.

Maze of Mayhem

Haunted Corn Maze open through October 31, dusk-10 p.m. Hwy 85 and E. 144th. $14 adults, $11 military, $9 children. Combination tickets to both mazes are $20 adults, $18 for military and $16 for children.

[email protected]

Corn Maze and Pumpkin PatchCountry Kids

FAA kids cut this corn maze in Byers. It’s at May Farms, 64001 US Hwy 36 from Oct. 2-31, 10 a.m.-dusk. There’s a corn maze, pumpkin patch, hay rides, barnyard activities, pumpkin cannon and more. Weekend prices: Ages 12 and up $12, 5-11 $10, under 4 free, Seniors and military $7. Weekday prices: ages 12 and up $7, 5-11 $5, 4 and under free. or 303-822-5800 for more details.

Honor our Armed Forces

Hosted by the Fritzler family in conjunction with maze designer Brett Herbst, who created the maze in the shape of the Department of Defense logo. Open now through October 31.

October hours are: Wednesdays and Thursdays 5-9 p.m., Fridays 5-10 p.m., Saturdays 11 a.m.-10 p.m. and Sundays noon-6 p.m. Haunting will begin today. Maze is seven miles south of Greeley or 22 miles north of Brighton on the west side of Hwy. 85. Daytime admission $10 for the maze only, ages 5-10 $10, 4 and under $5 for combo tickets. Nightime/haunted admission is $16 for the maze only, $20 for a combo ticket, ages 5-10 $15 and 5 and under $10. A combo ticket allows access to all the courtyard activities. 970-737-2129 or for reservations.

Harvest Festival at Berry Patch Farms

October 9, 16 and 23. Saturdays, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Designed for youngsters. Nothing scary, nothing ghoulish. $6 adults, children 2 and under free, family of 4 $20), includes: craft, hay ride, straw maze, games, pinatas, mural coloring, music, silhouettes. Face painting, pumpkins and food items extra.

13785 Potomac St. Brighton. 303-659-5050, [email protected],

Crazed Corn Field Maze Colorado Pumpkin Patch

Now-October 31. Tuesday-Sunday, 10 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Open weather permitting. Please call ahead and check for closures. A 20-acre corn field maze. Pick-your-own pumpkins, corn kernel play box and playground.

104th Ave. and Riverdale Rd. Thornton. 303-913-5947 (Weather Closure Only Line), [email protected],

Haunted Field of Screams (Nighttime Attraction)

Not recommended for children, this is an adult attraction. Open weather permitting. Please check for closures. Prices subject to change, please check website. From I-25: Take 104th Ave. east 3-1/2 miles to Riverdale Rd., 1 mile past Colorado Blvd. From Hwy. 85: Take 104th Ave. west 2 miles to Riverdale Rd., 1st light after Hwy. 85.

303-913-5947 (Weather Closure Only Line)., [email protected]

Hill’s Harvest

3225 E. 124th Ave., Thornton. No Admission. Now-October 31, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. U-Pick Pumpkin Patch. Free hay rides. Eastlake Reservior #3 Nature Preserve and Trail adjacent to farm. Roasted green chilis, fresh vegetables and fruit, preserves, pickled products.

303-451-5637, [email protected],

Palombo Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze

11500 Havana St., Henderson. Now- October 31. U.S. Hwy. 85 and 112th Ave., 1 block east to Havana St. and 3 blocks north to market.

303-287-0134, [email protected],

Carpenter’s Helpers Pumpkins

3601 W. Belleview Ave. (St. James Presbyterian Church), Littleton. Oct. 10-Oct. 31. Monday-Friday, 12 p.m.- 6 or dusk. Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m.-6 or dusk. Coalition of Presbyterian Churches raising money to build a metro Habitat for Humanity house.


Chimney Rock Farm & Market

Now – October 31. 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Wagon rides with the pumpkin patch. Located on U.S. Hwy. 160, 17 miles west of Pagosa Springs, on south side of road; southeast corner of Archuleta CR 175 and U.S. Hwy. 160.

500 County Rd. 175, 970-731-6278, [email protected]

Cottonwood Farm

Boulder. Now-October 31. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Fall Festival, pumpkin patch, cornfield maze, straw bale maze, farm animals, farm equipment display, steam tractor, Indian corn, corn stalks, straw bales. East of Boulder, 4 miles on Arapahoe Rd., south on 75th St. to entrance.

75th St. and Arapahoe Rd.,720-890-4766,

Munson Farms

7355 Valmont Rd. Boulder. Now-October 31. 9 a.m.-7 p.m. U-pick pumpkins, hayrides. U.S. 36 to Pearl St. (in Boulder), east on Pearl to Valmont, east to 75th and Valmont.


Ollin Farms U-Pick Pumpkin Patch

8627 N. 95th St., Longmont. October 3rd 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Pumpkin pie tasting and music. 1/4 mile south of 119.

Rocky Mountain Pumpkin Ranch

9059 Ute Hwy., Longmont. Now-October 31, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Fall Festival, pony rides, petting zoo, super slide, caramel apples, breads, press your own cider. Certified USDA organic. I-25 and Hwy. 66, west 9 miles, north side of hwy. (1/2 mile past Hover Rd.).


Rock Creek Farm

2005 S. 112th St., Broomfield. Now-November 1. 9 a.m.-6 p.m., open selected evenings, check web site. Corn maze, Halloween activities, small children hay maze and farm animal petting zoo. U-pick: pumpkins & pie pumpkins, squash, cornstalk bundles, gourds, Indian corn, straw, caramel apples, baked goods, handcrafted gifts. School groups welcome. No general admission fee. Real Farm. If muddy, possibly closed. 1 mile north of Broomfield on U.S. Hwy. 287.

303-465-9565, [email protected],

Four Mile Historic Park

715 S. Forest St. Saturday, October 2 – Sunday, October 3, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Pumpkins, scarecrows, music and much more! Free (charge for pumpkins and some activities). Horse-drawn rides and food available.

720-885-0800, [email protected],

Flat Acres Farm Amazing Maze and Pumpkin Patch

11321 Dransfeldt Road, Parker. Today-November 7. Thursday, 2 p.m.-dark, Friday, 12 p.m.-dark, Saturday-Sunday, 10 a.m.-dark, October 21-24, Full Moon Madness, open until Midnight. $10. Snake tunnel, amazing maze, pumpkin patch, hayrides with Clydesdales, picture cut outs, animal hay farm, petting zoo, cornstalks and hay bales. All ages.


Wishing Star Farm

6760 Ropers Point, Colorado Springs. Now-October 31. Check web site for days and times. Come celebrate Fall with pumpkins, exciting activities and hands-on farm fun for the whole family!

719-495-5888, [email protected],

Happy Apple Farm

1190 1st St., Penrose. Through October 31, Wednesday-Sunday, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Pumpkins and apples. Tractor rides down to the patch along with fresh pressed apple cider.

719-372-6300, [email protected],

Ryden Ranch Maize Maze

6234 CR 226, New Castle. Late summer and fall. Friday, 1 p.m.-dusk, Saturday-Sunday, 10 a.m.-dusk. with the purchase of corn kernels at $1 each. Adults: $8, children (6-12) $6, under 6 free. The maze is a mile of paths from the entrance to exit, but one wrong turn can become a two-mile adventure. From I-70: take New Castle exit (105). Drive through the 4-way stop, onto Castle Valley Boulevard, then right at Road 245 (second stop sign). Stay on 245 for five miles, veering left onto Road 226. Continue on Road 226 for two miles to the corn maze on the left.


Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield

8500 Deer Creek Canyon Rd. Littleton. Corn Maze adults $10, $6 child 4-12. Weekends, Now-October 31. Friday, 4 p.m.-9 p.m., Saturday, 12 p.m.-9 p.m., Sunday, 12 p.m.-9 p.m.

Pumpkin Festival: Adult $6, $4 child 4-12 (child in costume free), October 9 and 10 9 a.m.-5 p.m. From C-470 exit Wadsworth, go south to the stoplight at Deer Creek Canyon Road and turn right. Entrance to the park is 1/4 mile on the left.


The Great Pumpkin Patch

Corner of Alameda and Garrison

October 13-October 31. Daily, 10 a.m.-dusk. Pumpkins to benefit “Habitat for Humanity”.

A Northern Colorado Corn Maze

2318 S. Cty. Rd. 5, Fort Collins. Through October 31. Thursday and Sunday, 10 a.m.-10 p.m., Friday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-midnight (weather permitting) October 25, 31), 10 a.m.-10 p.m. and until midnight on Friday, Saturday and Sunday Halloween night. Kids in costume Halloween day or night will get treats. 15 acre corn maze with scavenger hunts, large pumpkin patch, pumpkin catapult, straw mini maze, games, petting zoo . At dusk, the corn maze transforms a haunted maze. Located on the east side of Fort Collins off the Prospect exit (#268) and I-25. Directions: I-25 North to Fort Collins, exit Prospect Rd. (Exit # 268), east 1/2 mile to County Road 5 (first stop sign). Go South approximately 1/2 mile and look for signs on east side of the road.

970-308-5843, [email protected], or

Bartels Land and Livestock Inc. & Corn Maze/Pumpkin Patch

3424 E. Douglas Rd., Fort Collins. Now-October 31. 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. (weather permitting). Call for corn maze prices and group rates. 10th Annual Pumpkin Patch. Pumpkin patch is free. Hay rides, petting zoo, mini maze for the youngsters, acres and acres of pumpkins of all sizes, gourds, Indian corn, straw bales, and pumpkin cannons. I-25 Exit 271 (Budweiser exit) one mile west to Giddings, two miles north to Douglas Road, right one 1/2 mile east to the farm.

970-493-3853, [email protected],

Johnstown Straw Maze

3418 SE 25 Frontage Rd. Johnstown. Now-October 30, Monday-Thursday, 5 p.m.-10 p.m., Friday, 5 p.m.-12 p.m., Saturday, 3 p.m.-12 p.m. The Straw Maze is a maze similar to a corn maze, but it build out of straw bales.

970-612-8089, [email protected],

Osborn Farm Pumpkin Patch

1230 S. Boise Ave., Loveland. Today- through the season (weather permitting), 10 a.m-6 p.m. Pumpkin patch with plenty of wheel barrels to take out to retrieve them. Free admission, however there is a charge for the pumpkins. Season opener is on October 3 9 a.m.-5 p.m. and October 4th 11 a.m.-4 p.m. with hayrides, food, music, antiques, and a petting zoo.

970-669-4407, [email protected],

Something From the Farm

7755 Greenstone Trail, Fort Collins. Now-October 31. Haunted Fear@theFarm Maze opens today-October 31. Today- October 31: Thursday, 3 p.m. – 10 p.m., Friday, 3 p.m. – 11 p.m., Saturday, 10 a.m. – 11 p.m., Sunday 1 p.m. – 9 p.m. Three mazes on 16 acres with 4 miles of trails to explore. Five-acre pumpkin patch, tractor drawn hayride, hay bale playground, pumpkin catapult, corn cannon, un-haunted mazes, farm activities and more. For directions or more info please visit us on Facebook or our web site.

970-221-FARM, [email protected],

Lower Valley Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze

23 and L Road, Grand Junction. October 1 – October 31 See web site for updated information regarding time. Lower Valley Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze on five and a half acres, five acres of pumpkins, a pumpkin cannon and more.

970-270-7060, [email protected],

Covered Bridge Ranch

17249 6250 Rd., Montrose. Sunday, noon-5:30 p.m., Thursday-Friday, 3 p.m.-5:30 p.m., Saturday, noon-6 p.m. Pumpkin patch, hayrides, farm tour, u-pick. Go west on Hwy. 90 from Montrose to Dave Wood Rd., turn south to large stone and log. Entrance gate on right side of road.

970-240-0106, [email protected]

DeVries Buffalo Ranch

8688 60.25 Rd., Olathe.Year-round

Daily, 7 a.m.-dusk. Corn maze and pumpkin patch.7 miles north of Montrose on U.S. Hwy. 50.

(970) 323-6559

Popes Pumpkin Patch

Wiggins. Today-October 31 Daily, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. U-pick pumpkin patch, horse and buggy rides on weekends. Educational school tours welcomed. Call for an appointment. Hwy. 52 and I-76.

970-483-7839, [email protected]

Mazzotti’s Pumpkin Patch

24120 WCR 8, HudsonHours:

October 1 – 31, Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Weekdays are reserved for school field trips and are by appointment only. U-pick pumpkin patch, corn maze, and more.

303-536-4089 or 303-710-2410,

Miller Farms & Corn Maze

9040 Hwy. 66, Platteville. Now-Mid-November. 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Harvest your own produce, pumpkin patch, petting zoo, corn maze, hay maze, hayrides, and family oriented activities. October 10 -31: haunted corn maze. Reservations please! School and group rates available. I-25 to Exit 243, east 5 miles on Hwy. 66.


Amber Johnson
Author: Amber Johnson

Amber is the founder and editor of Mile High Mamas, travel writer and former columnist for The Denver Post. She is a passionate community builder and loves the outdoors. She has two awesome teens and is happily married to a man obsessed with growing The Great Pumpkin.

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Amber is the founder and editor of Mile High Mamas, travel writer and former columnist for The Denver Post. She is a passionate community builder and loves the outdoors. She has two awesome teens and is happily married to a man obsessed with growing The Great Pumpkin.