This Terrifying Corn Maze In Colorado Is Located Along One Of The Most Haunted Roads In America
Halloween is approaching faster than usual, and Coloradans are blessed in that we have plenty of terrifying places to check out, including some of the best haunted houses and attractions in the country. If you are looking for someplace that is both terrifying and cool, we recommend checking out this corn maze that is not only scary but also located along of the most haunted roads in Colorado. This haunted corn maze in Colorado is so much more than a maze – and so much scarier, too.
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Haunted Corn Maze in Colorado
What are some of the best haunted houses in Colorado?
Who says Colorado isn’t scary? We sure don’t – because we know better! There are all kinds of thrilling and spooky haunted houses in Colorado open in the fall – so many, in fact, that we can’t mention all of them in one short paragraph. There are, however, some haunted attractions in Colorado that stick out above the others in terms of quality (and creepiness); some of our favorite haunted house attractions include the Hellscream Haunted House and Escape Rooms, in Colorado Springs, and The Forest of Doom, in Bailey. We also love The Empty Grave Haunted House, in Longmont, and Aftermath Haunted House in Canon City is exceptional.
Where are all the best corn mazes in Colorado?
Much like haunted attractions in Colorado, there are also some excellent corn mazes in Colorado, too! Check out gems like Anderson Farms, in Erie, which has numerous rave reviews calling it “the best” corn maze in the state. Go to Broomfield and visit Rock Creek Farm for various types of mazes – including a couple corn mazes – you can kill the whole afternoon in. In Johnstown, you’ll want to check out the Hankins Farms Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch, which doubles as a great answer to the first question, too!
Where can I find a good old-fashioned creepy corn maze in Colorado?
Don’t think for a moment that the places listed above are all of them; not even close! We have lots more favorite places for an old-fashioned creepy corn maze in Colorado, like the Bartels Farm, in Fort Collins, The Patch, in Elizabeth, Lone Creek Farms, in Franktown, and Pope Farms, in Wiggins. That particular corn maze (the one at Pope Farms) is notorious for being enormous, so wear comfortable shoes and bring water along, too.