At Anderson Farms, kids (and the young-at-heart) can explore the humongous 25-acre corn maze, take a wagon ride to the pumpkin patch, play with farm critters, whoosh down the combine slide, race Barnyard 500 Pedal Karts, climb a tire mountain, explore a rainbow maze and Fort A-Lot-A-Fun and more.
This is Colorado’s longest-running 25-acre corn maze, with more than 8 miles of trails.
The maze is open day and night and is never haunted. Search through all sections to find the checkpoints or wander aimlessly if that is your style.
Entrance to the maze is included in every admission to the farm. Also included in admission:
Wagon ride to the pumpkin patch
Krazy Rainbow Maze
Barnyard 500 Pedal Carts
Visits with farm animals
A paintball shooting gallery is available on weekends. Cost is $5 for a round of paintballs. Located next to Zombie Paintball Hunt.
Anderson Farms grows over 70 different kinds of pumpkins, squash and gourds. Pumpkins range in price from $2 to $12 depending on the size. Pumpkin Patch rides are daily from open until 5:30 p.m.
The Pumpkin Patch closes at dusk since there are no lights out in the field. If you miss the last wagon, there are lots of pumpkins around the yard that are available to purchase.
Limited concessions are sold onsite including salads and sandwiches, snacks and drinks. In addition some food vendors set up at the farm on various evenings. They include Baskin Robbins, Good Earth Kettle Corn, Nana’s Famous BBQ & Grill, Infinitus Pie, Aloha Grill and Mountain View Grill.
Open daily: Check online schedule. Tickets: $12 for ages 4 and older. FREE for 3 and under.
For some scares check out Terror in the Corn, an evening haunted ghost town and hayride. Tickets are $27. ($30 on Friday & Saturday).
Zombie Paintball Hunt is an evening wagon ride equipped with paintball gun for each passenger. Tickets are $25. ($27 on Friday & Saturday). No combo passes this season.
Anderson Farms also rents out 20 private campfire sites. Two-hour slots cost $50 for a group up to 10 people. Check here for more information.
Opens September 25 through October 31. 6728 County Road 3 1/4, Erie, 303-828-5210. Map