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Fall is here, and for locals and out-of-towners alike nothing is quite like venturing out and visiting a pumpkin patch, picking your own pumpkin, tasting delicious fall treats and taking part in fun family corn mazes and attractions! All of them offer different activities, so check out our overview & recommendations on each of Northern Colorado’s best pumpkin patches & corn mazes below.
Where: 719 W. Willox Ln, Fort Collins, CO 80524
A local favorite and just a quick, 8 minute drive from The Armstrong Hotel, Garden Sweet Farm grows organic fruits and vegetables and features beautiful pumpkins and gourds in the fall. The farm stand also features local products from bakers and other makers, including bread, jams & jellies and cheeses. Check out their website for information on upcoming events and to make pick-your-own reservations.
Where: 20861 Co Rd. 33, LaSalle, CO
Hours: Varies, Wednesdays through Sundays in September & October
Located about 45 minutes away in LaSalle this is one of Northern Colorado’s largest corn mazes and has a number of other attractions for the whole family. The maze itself has two parts, a regular corn maze, and a haunted “Scream Acres”. Not into mazes? Pick from a vast array of pumpkins (sold by the pound), decorative gourds, straw and corn stalks and stay for the long-standing Fritzler tradition of corn maze campfires, open every night of the maze! Roast some hot dogs and s’mores or just tell some scary stories. Campfires cost $39.95 for 2 hours or $59.95 for 4 hours and wood is provided.
A perfect mix of corn maze and haunted house, if there is one thing we’d recommend to get your fill of scares this Halloween it’s Scream Acres. You can also try their Zombie Paintball Slayer, where you ride a “Zombie Proof” school bus through fields of corn loaded with targets, props, and of course, zombies. They also have a Ghost Haunt – an abandoned ghost town filled with spooks and scares.
Fritzler’s offers some less scary fun for the whole family as well, from the less scary corn maze to pig races, huge pumpkin patch, a huge Jumping Pillow, Spider Web, Slide Mountain, Hay Climb, Verti-Scope and carnival themed Ball Zone.
Where: 4240 E. County Road 66, Wellington
Hours: Fridays & Saturdays: 10am – 8pm and Sundays: 12pm – 6pm through Sunday, October 28
This 209-acre farm in Wellington doubles as a rehabilitation center, helping up to 72 men participate in a long-term program aimed at breaking the cycles of addition and homelessness.
Take a hay ride, go through its corn maze or pick a pumpkin from the farm’s “Pumpkin Junction.” In the past, they’ve offered Goat Yoga and other fun events including horse drawn carriage rides and an appearance from Miles, the Denver Broncos mascot!
General admission for adults is $15, children 12 and under is $13, $10 for seniors and free for children three and under. Group rates are also available at $8 a person.
Where: 2318 S. County Road 5, Fort Collins
Hours: Thursdays & Sundays: 11am – 10pm, Fridays & Saturdays: 11am -11pm, October 6th – 31st (October 30th & 31st they will be open 11am – 10pm)
Daytime activities at the Northern Colorado Corn Maze include scavenger hunts, bounce houses, farm animals and a pumpkin patch – with pumpkins ranging in size from a softball to a 100-pounder. Pumpkins are priced at 23 cents per pound.
Located a little east of I-25, this corn maze is a little closer to Fort Collins. It is one maze that switches from a regular corn maze during the day to a haunted maze a night (usually around 7) and usually better for the younger kids. They also do a fun scavenger hunt in the maze during the day. They have a large pumpkin patch where the kids can pick their own pumpkins, and a large stand offering any other seasonal decorations needed. Northern Colorado Corn Maze has a number of family fun activities as well, including a large inflatable jumpy castle, petting zoo, corn chuckers, and pedal car racers!
Where: 3424 E. Douglas Road, Fort Collins
Hours: 10 am – 6pm everyday until Nov. 1 (weather-permitting)
Located north of Old Town, The Bartels Farm is the closest to the hotel. The Bartels Farm pumpkin patch offers free admission, parking and pumpkins starting at just $1! Take a stroll through their pumpkin patch so everyone can grab a pumpkin to carve, then check out their pumpkin chuckers, petting zoo, or take a hayride!
The corn maze here will be the least scary (ghost free) and is perfect for everyone. If you have little ones too young for the main corn maze there is also the mini straw maze for the little ones.
Where: 1230 S. Boise Ave., Loveland
Hours: 10am – 6pm daily from September 29th to Halloween
Osborn Farm offers a pumpkin patch and $2 weekend hay rides (weather-permitting). Pick-your-own pumpkins starts on Oct. 15 and lasts until Halloween, or while crops last. Pumpkins cost 40 cents per pound.
Where: 8020 S. Timberline Road, Fort Collins
Hours: Monday – Saturday 9am – 6pm, Sunday 10am – 6pm, September 29th through October 31st
Something From the Farm is a family owned pumpkin patch run by four generations. They offer a fun place to search for the perfect pumpkin, enjoy a hayride and explore a 1-acre corn maze. Chickens, kittens, bunnies and our farm dog, Kona, will welcome you as you roam the farm enjoying different activities such as the corn cannon, pumpkin trebuchet or just sitting back and enjoying the view. Their Country Store offers decorative fall items, cider, snacks, home grown popcorn, jams and a selection of winter squashes.
Entrance is free, but the corn cannon is 3 shots for $2, the pumpkin trebuchet is $5/throw and the hayrides & corn maze cost $7 per person (3 and under free).
Where: 12404 WCR 64 1/2, Greeley
Hours: September: Monday thru Saturday, 10am – 6pm, Sunday, 1:30pm – 6pm, October: Daily 9am – 6pm
Open August, September and October, catch the end of Tigges Farm’s season with its pumpkin patch, fresh produce and roasted chilies. The family-owned and operated farm offers free admission to the farm and its weekend activities. Just grab a wagon and take it to the pumpkin patch to pick your own or pick one outside the produce stand. The medium and large pumpkins are sold by the pound and the small are a set price. There are also lots of gourds, Indian corn, corn stalks and straw bales for your fall decorating!
They also have a ton of events through Halloween, so check their website below for up to date information on all upcoming events.
We hope you enjoyed our list of Northern Colorado’s best pumpkin patches & corn mazes. Looking for more to do this fall? Check out our blog on the Best Things To Do In Fort Collins This Fall. Let us know which are your favorite!