Get Lost In These 8 Awesome Corn Mazes In Washington This Fall
‘Tis the season for pumpkin patches, apple cider… and getting lost for hours in a corn maze. It’s all part of fall in Washington, and many of these mazes are now open for the season. As the temperatures begin to drop and the leaves begin to change into their beautiful reds, ambers, and golden hues, it’s time to start planning some family-friendly activities. Luckily, we’ve got the inside scoop on some of the best corn mazes in Washington that are great for an afternoon fall adventure with family and friends.
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What are the best farms to visit in Washington in the fall?
When the temperates begin to drop as we head into the cooler months of fall, there are countless farms peppered around Washington that are wonderful family-friendly attractions for a day trip. Carpinito Brothers in the Kent Valley features a corn maze, pumpkin patch, and many activities for the kids to enjoy. Minder Farms in Bremerton also has a fantastic pumpkin patch and corn maze that’s great for families with kids of all ages.
Are there any haunted corn mazes in Washington?
There is definitely a scary haunted corn maze in Washingtona and it is downright creepy. For those looking for a maze filled with frightening twists and turns, check out Rutledge Family Farm in Olympia.
What is the largest corn maze in Washington?
One of the largest corn mazes in Washington can be found at Bob’s Corn & Pumpkin Farm in Snohomish, Washington. They’ve been tinkering with their 10-acre corn maze since 2001, creating a confusing labyrinth of 8-foot-tall corn that poses a challenge to even the most directionally accomplished individuals. It’s one of the best corn mazes in Washington.