Get “corny” and lose yourself in fall fun!

It’s the time of year to overcome insurmountable odds and try to outsmart the corn farmers of Colorado! Yep, it’s corn maze season where we all do our best to keep calm and corn on. Whether you are a navigational wonder and find your own way out or just curl up in a fetal position after your third hour amidst the stalks and wait for someone to find you, here are some great places to lose yourself.

Please note that hours of operation vary from farm to farm, and different costs are associated with different activities, so it’s a good idea to visit their website for all the details!

Anderson Farms – Erie

The home of Colorado‛s longest-running corn maze and pumpkin patch! This grand-daddy of attractions has a whopping 30-acre corn maze, over 70 varieties of gourds, wagon rides, and more. Nighttime activities include campfire rentals, Terror in the Corn and Zombie Paintball Hunt.

Where: 6728 CR 3 ¼, Erie
When: Sept. 19 – Oct. 31
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Bartels Farm – Fort Collins

It’s all about the punkin chunkin at Bartels Farm; pick your own or give it a fling! The corn maze is hand-crafted with twists, turns, dead ends, and more than one path to the exit.

Where: 3424 E. Douglas Rd., Fort Collins
When: Sept. 16-Oct. 31
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Basseggio Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze – Atwood

Where can you find a corn maze, a haunted corn maze, pumpkins, ducks races, a rock wall, and much, much more? Baseggio Farm, of course! This farm will also host a Halloween Hustle 5K and Trick or Trot event on Oct. 20, as well as a (what else) Corn Hole Tournament Oct. 6.

Where: 16695 CR 20.5, Atwood
When: Sept. 29 – Oct. 28
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Bromley Farm – Brighton

The Bromley Farm Festival features a corn maze, a huge pumpkin patch, local food from LoHi Steakbar, local craft beer from Big Choice Brewery, and lots of family-friendly activities. In addition, the Colorado Ninja Challenge is happening on weekends in October.

Where: 1594 E Bromley Lane, Brighton
When: October Weekends
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Colon Orchards – Canon City

This corn maze features a fresh design each year, so don’t go thinking you know your way around! The fourth-generation farm also grows apples, pumpkins, and more.

Where: 3175 Grandview Ave., Canon City
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Cottonwood Farm – Lafayette

Cottonwood family farm is located just north of Lafayette and has a corn and straw bale maze, farm animals, tractors, wagon rides, a pumpkin patch, and fall produce. A little bit of something for everyone!

Where: 10600 Isabelle Rd., Lafayette
When: Sept. 22 – Oct. 31
More Info: www.facebook.com/cottonwoodfarmsboulder or www.cottonwoodfarms.com

Denver Botanic Gardens Chatfield Farms – Littleton

Become one with the children of the corn right in Denver’s backyard! Chatfield Farms hosts a fun corn maze for the family during the day and an after-dark corn maze and Dead Zone Haunted Attraction at night. In addition, you can commune with the gourds at its Pumpkin Festival, Oct. 12-14.

Where: 8500 W Deer Creek Canyon Road, Littleton
When: Sept. 21 – Oct. 28
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DeVries Fruit & Veggies – Olathe

Hit a huge corn maze and pumpkin patch at DeVries while you wait for a fresh batch of roasted chilies. Plus, who can resist all the Western Slope goodies like Palisade peaches, Olathe Sweet corn, and more?

Where: 60542 Gunnison Rd., Olathe
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Diana’s Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze – Canon City

This amazing maze has been around for 18 years! Enjoy a maze game and pick out a pumpkin, decorative gourds, and other accouterments of fall.

Where: 1649 Poplar Ave., Canon City
When: Sept. 22 – Oct. 31
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Flat Acres Farm Fall Festival – Parker

This farm has something for everyone. Come check out the corn maze and bale maze with an obstacle course, pumpkin patch, corn kernel boxes, the petting zoo, tractor-pulled hay ride, and many other activities. And you can’t miss the two climbing walls and expanded petting zoo including a draft horse, zorse, mule, and more. And of course, you definitely will want to scare up a little fun in the outdoor haunted corn maze, featuring three haunts.

Where: 11321 Dransfeldt Rd., Parker
When: Sept. 22 – Oct. 31
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Fritzler’s Corn MAiZE & Giant Pumpkin Patch – La Salle

Who needs Green Acres when this farm’s got Scream Acres? Fun fall activities for all ages at Fritzler’s include a 15-acre corn maze, a mini roller coaster barrel train ride, pumpkin cannons, pedal go-carts, pillow jumps, a giant slide, paintball buses, u-pick pumpkins, and so much more!

Where: 20861 CR 33, La Salle
When: Sept. 15 – Oct. 31
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Fritzler Farm Park

Courtesy of Fritzler Farm Park (Facebook). 

Hankins Farms – Johnstown

Hankins Farms goes CSI: Corn Maze on us all with a whodunit farm-scene puzzler. There’s also a pumpkin patch, games, a scavenger hunt, and more.

Where: 26745 Weld CR 17, Johnstown
When: Oct 6 – 28
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Harvest Farm – Wellington

There’s so much to do at this farm, and the 10-acre Corn Maze is just one kernel on the cob! Wagon rides, pig races, a goat city, a petting zoo, corn cannons, campfires, yard games, a mini maze, fresh popped kettle corn and concessions, an obstacle course, hay bale pyramid, and so much more is offered to visitors.

Where: 4240 East County Rd. 66, Wellington
When: Sept. 29 – Oct. 28
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Jack Lanterns Northern Colorado Corn Maze – Fort Collins

With two corn mazes to choose from, a friendly daytime maze and the other a haunted nighttime maze, you can certainly curb those corn cravings. Pumpkin patches and a wagon ride round out the fun.

Where: 2318 S. CR 5, Fort Collins
When: Oct. 5 – 31
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Maize in the City & Haunted Field of Screams – Thornton

Just a short 20-minute drive from Denver, this attraction features a 20-acre Crazed Corn Field Maze and a Mini Maze (for the little shuckers). There is also a pumpkin patch, petting zoo, hay rides, pony rides, jumping castles, an air slide, obstacle course, and playground. For the night crowd, the venue also hosts The Haunted Field of Screams, a cornfield containing your worst nightmares that is the largest scream park in Colorado!

Where: 10451 McKay Rd., Thornton
When: Late Sept. to Oct. 31
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Wait … is that scarecrow “stalking” you? Courtesy of Haunted Field of Screams (Facebook).

Mazzotti Farms & Pumpkin Patch – Hudson

Get lost in the 10-acre corn maze and enjoy a quintessential fall activity at the u-pick pumpkin patch.

Where: 24120 WCR 8, Hudson
When: Oct. 1 – 31
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Mile High Farms – Bennett

A quick jaunt down I-70 will land you at Mile High Farms. Its two corn mazes (large and mini), kids’ bounce houses, tractor hay rides, farm animals, and more will keep the whole crew entertained.

Where: 11 Cavanaugh Rd., Bennett,
When: Sept. 29 – Oct. 28
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Miller Farms Fall Harvest Festival – Platteville

Corn mazes, tractor rides, and petting zoos, oh my! That’s only a few of the activities that the whole family will enjoy at Miller Farms. You can also visit ‘Antique Alley’, pick your own vegetables, and dive head first into the giant “Croc-pit” (imagine thousands and thousands of chopped-up Crocs in a giant pile-o-fun).

Where: 13912 CR 19, Platteville
When: Sept. through mid-November
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Moon Farm – Fruita

A maze with a twist! Moon Farm has a Haunted Straw Maze and a Lil-Kids Corn Maze, as well as hayrides, a pumpkin patch, a haunted house, and a creepy clown house.

Where: 1360 18 1/2 Rd., Fruita
More Info: http://www.moonfarm.net/
When: Sept. 29 – Oct. 31

Pope Farms Produce & Pope Farms Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch – Wiggins

This farm’s pumpkin patch has been running for over 20 years! You can find your way through the 10-acre corn maze, as well as enjoy a bounce pillow, duck races, a barrel train, hay mountain, and potato guns. Or take your chances after the sun goes down in the haunted maze.

Where: 19502 CR 3, Wiggins
When: October weekends
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Pumpkins & More A-Maiz-ing Farm – Holyoke

It’s all about the pumpkin patches, corn mazes, and other fall fun at this farm! You can even try your luck at the Flashlight Night Maize.

Where: 45595 CR 10, Holyoke
When: Sept. 9 – Oct. 28
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Rock Creek Farm – Broomfield

Fall family fun awaits at one of the largest pumpkin patches in northern Colorado. Rock Creek has over 100 acres of U-Pick-Em pumpkin fields, a hay bale maze, a petting zoo, and over six miles of winding paths in the corn maze.

Where: 2005 S. 112th St., Broomfield
When: Sept. 29 – Oct. 31
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Something From the Farm – Fort Collins

This family-owned pumpkin patch has been run by four generations of Dorys. You can explore the two-acre corn maze, check out the corn cannon, pick a pumpkin, and buy some fall goodies at the Country Store.

Where: 8020 South Timberline Rd., Fort Collins
When: Sept. 29 – Oct. 31
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Studt’s Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze – Grand Junction

One of the biggest and best in the Grand Valley, Studt’s is the place to be for autumn excitement. A corn maze, a Dark Acres corn maze, pumpkins, and hayrides are just a few of the family fun activities you’ll enjoy.

Where: 21 1/2 and I 1/2 Rd., Grand Junction
When: Oct. 1 – 31
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Weathers Family Farm – Yuma

Enjoy a working farm and ranch while you wind your way through a maze at this northeast Colorado location. Come out and spend a day seeing and learning what a real farm does.

Where: 11550 Hwy. 34, Yuma
When: October
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Congrats — you’ve made it to the end! Will you be checking out any of the above corn mazes this fall? Share your photos with us in the comments below.

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