Enjoy area pumpkin patches and corn mazes

by | Oct 1, 2022 | Blog, Denver Activities | 0 comments

There’s nothing like a clear, crisp October day in Colorado. And with Halloween on the way, pumpkin patches and corn mazes provide a great way for parents to enjoy those days while entertaining kids at the same time.

Colorado.com suggests the following options:

Cottonwood Farms (Boulder)

Pick out a pumpkin, take a wagon ride, decorate a gourd…and more.

Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield Farms (Littleton)

“The Garden’s massive corn maze twists and turns across eight acres,” notes the website. It also has a smaller maze for younger children and “great bird-watching opportunities.”

Long Neck Pumpkin Farm (Colorado Springs)

The farm offers a pumpkin patch, as well as hayrides and hay-slides, duck races, a story barn, giant building blocks and more. Reservations required.

Fritzler’s Corn Maize (near Greeley)

This seasonal delight has it all: a corn maze, mini-rollercoaster ride, duck races, go-carts, pillow jump, pumpkin canons and a haunted maze when the sun goes down.

Miller Farms (Platteville)

Enjoy the season with a down-on-the-farm twist. Visitors can harvest potatoes, carrots and other vegetables during their time here. They can also take a hayride through 180 acres, have a picnic and “taste some delicious snacks.”

Anderson Farms (Erie)

Pick out a pumpkin in the pumpkin patch and enjoy the corn maze. But try the unconventional options, too: a zombie paintball hunt, gourd launching and more.

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