Denver September 16, 2016
Get Lost In These 8 Awesome Corn Mazes Around Denver This Fall
There are miles and miles of mazes for Mile Highers to get lost in from now until Halloween, and we’ve narrowed it down to the eight most awesomely elaborate corn mazes around Denver. From mini-mazes for youngsters to haunted fields of terror for adults, these fall attractions boast acres of winding paths to be traveled both day and night by those seeking both fun and fright. Be bold, be BOO-tiful, go forth, and be brave!
We’re aware that these uncertain times are limiting many aspects of life. While we continue to feature destinations that make our state wonderful, please take proper precautions or add them to your bucket list to see at a later date. If you know of a local business that could use some extra support during these times, please nominate them here:
1. Anderson Farms
Anderson Farms is the proud home of Colorado’s longest-running corn maze and pumpkin patch and is located just 45 minutes north of the city. This year's maze design is in honor of farm matriarch Louise Anderson's 100th birthday, which she will celebrate later this year. Their corn maze and fall fest will run from September 21st through October 31st.
2. Something From the Farm
This 4th generation family owned farm and pumpkin patch near Fort Collins has so much for you to do and explore, including a 2-acre corn maze, corn cannon, hay rides, farm animals, and a charming country store with cider, home grown popcorn, and other fall snacks and goodies. They are open September 24th through October 31st, Monday-Saturday: 9am-6pm and Sunday: 10am-6pm.
3. Chatfield Farms
Chatfield Farms in Littleton boasts an 8-acre Corn Maze perfect for kids and families, a mini-maze for children under the age of 10, and an After Dark Corn Maze and Dead Zone Haunted Attraction for adventurous adults. (Fun fact: The maze can be viewed from two 15-foot-tall illuminated bridges.) The mazes are open various days and times between September 16th and October 30th.
4. Miller Farms
This Colorado farm has been around since 1949, and from now until the middle of November, they will host their annual Fall Harvest Festival, featuring a corn maze, hay rides, petting zoo, and more. They also have Haunted Adventures after dark that are utterly spooky! Hours are 9am-6pm daily.
5. Fritzler Corn Maze
Since it began in 2000, roughly 350,000 people have made their way through the Fritzler's Corn Maze, one of the largest and most elaborate in the state. There are nearly 2 miles of trails, as well as plenty of other fun and haunting activities like go carts, an obstacle course, pumpkin patch, haunted attractions, haunted corn maze, and "Scream Acres." Open select days and hours from September 17th through October 31st.
6. Haunted Field of Screams
Your worst nightmares will come to life at this terrifying attraction located on the notoriously haunted Riverdale Road. As you blindly stumble your way through the 16-foot-tall cornstalks, you'll be confronted with all sorts of frightening beasts and ghouls sure to make you scream! Open nights only, Thursday through Sunday, from September 23rd to October 31st.
7. Cottonwood Farm
Cottonwood Farm's 2-acre corn maze is the real deal, with narrow paths cut by hand (not by tractors), and the best part is...it's FREE! They also feature a straw bale maze with two raised platforms perfectly suited for cheering on and taking snapshots of your little explorers. Open daily from 10am-6pm, September 24th through October 31st.
8. Rock Creek Farm
Enjoy a day of family fun in beautiful Broomfield at Rock Creek Farm, which boasts over 6 miles of corn mazes, 100 acres of pumpkin fields, and a whole lot more! They've even got ponies, donkeys, goats, pigs, chickens, and other farm animals your tiny tikes will love to love on. Oh, and did I mention the yummy baked goods and caramel apples? Mmm hmm! Open daily from September 24th to October 31st, 9am-6:30pm.
For more fantastic family fall fun, check out
These 11 Unique Fall Festivals In Denver You Won’t Find Anywhere Else.