Corn mazes and pumpkin patches are abundant in September and October. Here’s a list of what we know is happening, along with any coupons or discounts. We’ve also included a handy map below , which should help you easily locate the attractions. Just click on the corn icon for more details. Be sure to check out our Halloween Haunted Houses list for a more ghastly experience. All attractions are open through October 31, unless otherwise noted.
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, ride the barrel train, soar on jump pads, whoosh down the combine slide, race Barnyard 500 Pedal Karts, climb a tire mountain and more.
Open daily: Check online schedule. Tickets: $19 for Friday to Sunday, $12 Monday to Thursday, FREE/3 and under.
For some scares check out Terror in the Corn, an evening haunted ghost town and hayride. Tickets are $27. Zombie Paintball Hunt is an evening wagon ride equipped with paintball gun for each passenger. Tickets are $27. Terror/Zombie combo: $49.
Opens September 25 through November 3. 6728 County Road 3 1/4, Erie, 303-828-5210. Map
Cottonwood Farms Pumpkin Patch, Boulder
Family farm located just north of Lafayette, selling pumpkins and fall produce. Play in the four-acre corn or straw bale maze, and see farm animals and tractors. Wagon ride available on Saturdays and Sundays.
Admission is FREE on weekdays, $5 on Saturday & Sunday. Children 5 and under and seniors 65+ are always FREE. Open daily 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Opens September 21 through October 31. 10600 Isabelle Rd. (Highway 287 & Isabelle), Lafayette, 720-890-4766. Map
Seven-acre corn maze. Mini maze for the little ones. View the design from two 15-foot tall illuminated bridges.
Admission also includes unlimited jumping pillow, one hayride and one barrel train ride (for children 12 and younger). Pony rides, hamster balls and food available for additional fee.
Open Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tickets: $14/adults, $13 seniors, military and students with ID, $12/adult members, $11/children (4-12), $9/child members.
Opens September 20 through October 27. 8500 West Deer Creek Canyon, 303-973-3705. Map
Flat Acres Farm, Parker
Tons of the things to do including corn maze, Kids Hay Bale Maze, duck races, giant Jenga, hay ride, bounce houses, jump pillow, corn hole, corn kernel boxes, swing set, climbing wall, petting zoo and more.
Pick out that perfect pumpkin in the pumpkin patch. fall decorations. Also for sale: corn stalks, straw bales, and gourds. Every visitor receives a free mini-pumpkin or mini-gourd.
Open Wednesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tickets: $14 for ages 3 to 64. Seniors 65+ $5. Military get 20% discount.
Opens September 21 through October 31. 11321 Dransfeldt Rd., Parker. Map
Fritzler Farm Park, La Salle
More than 20 attractions including 15-acre corn maze, plus jumping pillow, slide mountain, barrel coaster, Verti-scope, pumpkin patch, corn box, pig races, pedal go-karts, arcade, pumpkin cannon and paintball adventure (additional fee). Family-friendly during the day. Scream Acres for adults only at night. Hours and days vary. Tickets: individual $19.95 or season pass (unlimited admission all season long) $49.95.
Opens September 21 to November 2. 20861 CR 33, 970-737-2129. Map
Harvest Farm Fall Festival & Corn Maze, Wellington
Ten-acre corn maze, hay bale maze, pig races, petting zoo, goat city, playground, corn cannons, barrel train and more. Harvest Farm also plans special events almost every weekend from goat yoga to Denver Broncos Weekend to Kite Day. Be sure to check their website for a complete schedule. Open Friday & Saturday 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Sunday, noon to 6 p.m. Tickets: $15/adults, $13/kids (4-12) & $10/seniors & military.
Opens October 4. Through October 27. Colorado Highway 1 & E. County Rd. 66. Map
Maze in the City, Thornton
20-acre “Crazed Corn” maze, mini maze for young children, pumpkin patch, jumping castle, air slide, kids’ activities and more. While visitors navigate their way through the cornfield, they are invited to engage in a one-of-a-kind smartphone trivia game. Open Thursday to Sunday. Check website for hours and dates.
Tickets for the corn maze: $12/adults, $9 kids (6-12), $8/Seniors 55+ on Thursdays, kids 5 and younger are FREE. Additional charge for some rides & activities, with packages available. Pumpkin field, playground and corn kernel box are FREE.
Opens September 28 to October 31. 10451 McKay Rd., Thornton., Thornton. Map
Scare-free corn maze, petting zoo with farm animals, real working farm and pumpkin patch. Admission includes all activities and one pumpkin.
Open weekends through October from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tickets: $12 per person (under 2 free). Opens October 5. 24120 Weld County Rd. 8, Hudson. Map
Mile High Farms, Bennett
Sadly, due to hail damage, Mile High Farms will be closed this year, but hope to return in 2020. Two corn mazes, a petting zoo, antique tractor hayride, pumpkin patch, barrel cart rides, bounce castles, corn pits, playground, entertainment and concessions. Extra charge for pumpkins, vendor food and face painting.
Open Saturday & Sunday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tickets: $14/adults, $10/kids (4-12), seniors (60+) & military, FREE for kids 3 and younger. Opens September 29. 11 Cavanaugh Rd, Bennett, 303-344-2676. Map
Miller Farms, Platteville
Corn maze, petting zoo, antique tractors, pedal tractors, a hay pyramid, “Croc-pit” (thousands and thousands of chopped-up Crocs in a giant pile-o-fun), farm animals and more. Take a hayride through 180 acres of fields where you can pick your own vegetables — potatoes, carrots, onions, beets, Indian corn, squash, peppers and pumpkins. Open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.
Adults (13+) are $22 (or family of 4 for $75). Children (4-12) are $15. Cost of general admission allows each person to pick up to four (4) bags of produce each. If you pick over the 4 bag limit, each additional bag is $10 and if you don’t fill your four bags that is your decision – no refunds will be given.
Opens September 2 through mid-November. 13912 CR 19, Platteville, 970-785-6133. Map
Munson Farms, Boulder
Wander the huge pumpkin patch for FREE to pick your own, and pay by weight/size. Specializes in 10 varieties of heirloom pumpkins. Open Monday to Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Sunday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Already open. Valmont Rd. & 75th St., Boulder, 415-298-1500. Map
Nick’s Garden Center, Aurora
Straw maze, family tractor ride through the Tunnel of Terror (not too terrifying, in fact), kiddie train ride, pedal karts, jumping castles (one just for tots 5 and under). Huge pumpkin patch – more than 100 tons in all shapes and sizes.
Open rain or shine Monday to Saturday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Sunday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Straw maze, ring toss game, story time with Professor Pumpkin and kids play area are all FREE. Tokens needed for tractor ride, pedal kart, train & bounce house. Tokens $4 each or an all-activity wristband (1 time each ride) for $13. 2001 S. Chambers Rd. (2 blocks north of Iliff), Aurora, 303-696-6657.
Opens September 28 through October 27. 2001 S. Chambers Rd. (2 blocks north of Iliff), Aurora, 303-696-6657. Map
Rock Creek Farm, Broomfield
Four corns mazes of varying lengths and complexity, kids play area with hay bale maze and farm animals to view. U-Pick-Em pumpkins and concessions. Admission and parking are FREE. Fee of $7 (age 4-11) and $10 (12 and older) to explore the corn mazes. Extra charge for pumpkins, fall decor or food & drink.
Open daily 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Opens October 5 to 31. 2005 S. 112th St., Broomfield. Map
The Bee Hugger, Longmont
Known for its U Pick Sunflower Field and pumpkins. The sunflower fields will be a decorated maze, there are old tractors to climb, vintage campers and VW’s to explore and many more sweet surprises. This is a peaceful and magical place to come with your family. Some may be lucky enough to run into the owners and get a free hayride around the sunflower field. Pumpkins available beginning the first week of October.
Open sunrise to sunset daily
Already open. 4801 Ute Hwy., Longmont. Map