Arizona October 19, 2017
A Walk Through These Haunted Corn Mazes In Arizona Will Give You The Heebie-Jeebies
With Halloween less than two weeks away, we’re on the lookout for some especially spooky experiences that capture the intrigue of a macabre holiday. If you’re looking for a hair-raising experience to get you into the spirit of the holiday, you’ll want to check out these haunted corn mazes in Arizona. Let’s take a look at some that are being hosted this year!
1. AZ Field of Screams at Tolmachoff Farms, Glendale
If you’re wondering what an experience at this haunted corn maze will be like, look no further than the name! Supposedly built over a forgotten cemetery, you might encounter a few of the formerly interred residents during your trek through this corn maze.
Address: 5726 North 75th Avenue, Glendale
2. Blood Harvest at Fear Farm, Phoenix
Fear Farm hosts several frightening haunted houses with themes like deranged clowns and bloodthirsty zombies. During the first weekend of November, they will also have a limited opening for their haunted corn maze, called Blood Harvest. For this, you’ll be armed only with a small glow stick and the moonlight as you find your way through acres of this terrifying corn field.
Bonus: If you go on Saturday, November 4, there will be a full moon, so who knows what you might find that night in the corn maze!
Address: 2209 North 99th Avenue, Phoenix
3. Trail of Terror at Willis Farm, Snowflake
Hosted at Willis Farm in Snowflake, the otherwise charming corn maze here transforms into two frightening experiences that might have you running for the hills. Be sure to visit on Saturday nights for the hair raising experience and you can even get a discount for attempting to survive both haunted corn mazes!
Address: 381 South 1st Street E, Snowflake
4. Terror in the Corn at Buckelew Farms, Tucson
Buckelew Farm in Tucson has some amazing corn mazes every year and the haunted one is sure to be a doozy. The frights begin just after darkness falls and you’re let loose into the winding corn maze. How long do you think you would be able to survive a walk through here?
Address: 17000 West Ajo Way, Tucson
Hopefully, you’re able to maintain some degree of composure after walking through those corn mazes! If you know of another haunted corn maze in Arizona, let us know and we’ll update this list!
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