10 Corn Mazes to Visit this Fall

Rowley’s Red Barn, Santaquin (Chantel’s Favorite Pick)

Mondays – Fridays from 3:30 P.M. – 8:30 P.M. with the last wagon leaving the barn at 7:30 P.M.
Saturdays from 10:30 A.M. – 8:30 P.M. with the last wagon leaving the barn at 7:30 P.M.
Hayrides begin September 23, 2016 running thru October 29, 2016 Hayrides leave every 15 minutes. Special hours for October 20th and 21st will be from 10:30 A.M. – 8:30 P.M.

Admission is $8.00 per person. Admission includes a hayride to the “Back Forty”, the corn maze, the pumpkin patch, the apple cannons, The giant slides, the race tractors, the hay pyramid, the tractor train, giant sand box, and bin maze.  Children under the age of two are free for the ride and all activities.
All people that have paid full admission will be able to buy one pumpkin that is any size for $3.00. Family Pass for 5 people is $35.00

Crazy Corn Maze, West Jordan (Justin’s Favorite Pick)

The Crazy Corn Maze at 8800 S. 4000 West in West Jordan runs from Sept. 23-Oct. 31. Stretching over 8 acres of corn, this particular corn maze has a true/false trivia game guests are welcome to play. All guests will get a prize for trying to complete the trivia.

The cost of the maze is $7.50 for ages 10 and up and $4.50 for children ages 5-9. Children 4 years old and younger are admitted for free.


Cornbelly’s Corn Maze & Pumpkin Fest, Lehi (Jon’s Favorite Pick)
Cornbelly’s Corn Maze & Pumpkin Fest at Thanksgiving Point, 3003 N. Thanksgiving Way, offers a variety of attractions and will be open from Sept. 30-Oct. 29. Cornbelly’s offers four different corn mazes: Peanuts Corn Maze, Grain Train Maze, Kiddie Maze and Haunted Insanity Point Maze.

Peanuts Corn Maze, which pays tribute to the Halloween classic, “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown,” takes about 45 minutes to complete. The maze features an interactive bingo game that will give guests who complete it a chance to win a trip for four to Knott’s Berry Farm in California.

Grain Train Maze allows guests to ride through the corn on the “grain train” and is appropriate for all ages. The Kiddie Maze takes less than five minutes to navigate and includes interactive games and trivia.

Haunted Insanity Point Maze is open to anyone 12 and older and adults and includes animatronics, live spooks and other spooky surprises in the corn.

Cornbelly’s sells tickets in different packages that include admission to multiple attractions. Pricing ranges from $11.95-$49.95.
The Corn Maize, Ogden

The Corn Maize at 2801 S. 3500 West, in Ogden, offers a maze appropriate for young children as well as a haunted trail. Admission cost for The Haunted Trail is $12 per person and includes the barnyard and regular corn mazes. This trail is separate from the regular corn maze, so young children will not be scared unless they walk through the trail.

The more child-friendly maze is navigated through trivia questions and guests have the option to follow the maze with GPS on their mobile devices while they are walking through it. The Corn Maize website gives guests the option to create their own trivia or lets you play trivia games already created. Guests who complete the trivia will be entered to win a prize.

Black Island Farms, Syracuse

Black Island Farms at 3178 S. 3000 West, in Syracuse, is home to Utah’s largest corn maze, according to its website, with multiple mazes covering a total of 26 acres. The different mazes vary in difficulty, with something for the young and old. Admission prices for the corn maze and courtyard — an area of Black Island Farms that has more than 20 attractions for guests — are $11 for adults and $9 for children ages 3-12. Other price packages are available on the farms’ website.

Hee Haw Farms, Pleasant Grove

Hee Haw Farms at 150 S. 2000 West, in Pleasant Grove, opens for fall activities on Sept. 30 and closes Nov. 5. General farm admission includes a pumpkin patch, hayrides, petting farm, pony rides and The Haunted Hayride. In addition to regular farm admission, guests can pay $3 to navigate the corn maze, appropriate for all ages 3 and up. The hayride that takes guests out to the maze takes its final group out Monday through Thursday at 9 p.m. and 10 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.

McCoard’s Provo Corn Maze, Provo

The Provo Corn Maze incorporates a game called The Farm Scene: Monster Mystery Game where guests will complete a punch card after reaching six different checkpoints. McCoard’s also offers hayrides, a pumpkin patch and a Halloween zip line. The maze at 384 S. 3110 West, will open on Sept. 23. General admission for those ages 10 and over is $9. Children ages 3-9 are admitted for $6 and children $2 and under are free. For groups larger than 10 people, a special group rate charges $7 for adults and $4 for children.

Carter’s Crazy Corn Maze, Garland

Carter’s Crazy Corn Maze at 106 E. 700 South will be open from Oct. 3-Nov. 1 and every day of the week except Sunday and Thursday. The maze will be haunted on Friday and Saturday evenings. Ticket prices vary depending on the day and can be found on the maze’s website, which offers aerial photos of the corn maze during previous years.
Staheli Family Farm, Washington

The Staheli Family Farm just outside of St. George, at 3400 S. Washington Fields Road, offers many attractions, including a corn maze that will open on Sept. 23 and stay open until Halloween night. The theme of the maze this year is “Peanuts,” to celebrate the 50th anniversary of “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown!” Tickets can be purchased online.

Corn Creepers, Brigham City

Corn Creeper’s Corn Maze & Haunted Swamp at 1900 N. 2800 West opens on Sept. 30 and is the only corn maze in Brigham City. Guests are taken on a hay wagon to the entrance of the Haunted Swamp Trail where they will make their way past haunts and spooks to the 8-acre maze of corn. General admission for those ages 12 and over on Friday and Saturday is $7, and $5 for children ages 4-11. On Friday and Saturday, adult admission costs $7 and child admission costs $5.


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