It’s that time of year again! Halloween season in here – and with it, one of our favorite annual traditions – corn mazes. This season, you’ll find everything from horror-filled haunted mazes to family-friendly corn mazes sure to entertain your little ones and the young at heart. Most of these farms also offer tons of other fun activities including hay rides, pumpkin patches, corn shoots and more. So whether you’re in the mood for an adrenaline rush or just a calm late night stroll through the fields, corn mazes will not disappoint.
The Corn Maize And Pumpkin Patch 2801 S. 3500 W., Ogden
The Corn Maize offers a maze appropriate for young children as well as a separate haunted trail for those who crave that additional spook.
Corn Maze Admission: $8.00 per person
Haunted Trail Admission: $12.00 per person – includes all activities and the regular mazes.
Pumpkins: pumpkins can be picked off of the vine or purchased at the ticket booth upon entering for $3.00-$6.00
Crazy Corn Maze West Jordan
The Crazy Corn Maze is celebrating its 18th season this year. Enjoy a Night Stalkers Haunted Trail, a Corn Maze and pumpkin patch that stretches over four acres of land. This haunted trail is also completely separate from the corn maze where live actors are sure to give you screams, laughs and thrills.
Corn Maze Admission: $7.50 ages 10+, and $4.50 ages 5-9 (4 & under free)
Night Stalkers Haunted Trail: $14.00 (+ $5.00 for a fast pass)
Combo (Maze and Haunted Trail): $16.00
Cornbelly’s Corn Maze & Pumpkin Fest 3003 Thanksgiving Way, Lehi
Cornbelly’s maze was named one of the top three mazes to explore by TheListTV.com, and according to Cornbelly’s website, is one of the top 10 corn mazes in America! Don’t miss an opportunity to join in on dozens of fun (and scary) activities, fit for all. Cornbelly’s offers four different corn mazes:
Peanuts Corn Maze: Featuring a new design each year, this year’s large maze pays tribute to the 50th anniversary of one of the world’s most beloved Halloween TV classics, It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown. This maze takes about 45 minutes to complete with an interactive bingo game where guests who complete it successfully will have a chance to win a trip for four to meet the Peanuts gang at Knott’s Berry Farm in California.
Grain Train Maze: Hop on board the grain train for a fun ride through the corn where you’ll encounter fun scarecrow and jack-o-lantern scenes.
Kiddie Maze: For those just wanting a little taste of the corn maze without the fear of getting lost among the corn, the kiddie maze is the perfect relaxed experience. Taking less than five minutes to complete, you and your little ones will be out in no time.
Haunted Insanity Maze: This maze is completely separate from the regular maze and will keep you on your toes. Complete with live spooks and surprises lurking in the corn, beware!
Check out the ticket options and token prices here.
Black Island Farms 3178 S. 3000W., Syracuse
Home to Utah’s largest corn maze with, according to its website, multiple mazes covering a total of 26 acres and 300 acres in cultivation. Enjoy the different mazes, live music, face painting, bonfires, bounce house, grain shoot slide and much more. Fun for just about anyone in the family. Also, come hungry and enjoy farm fresh produce from their market!
Corn Maze Admissions: adults $11.00 and kids $9.00
Nightmare Acres Admissions: $16.00
Harvest Hayride: adults $9.00 and kids $6.00
Provo Corn Maze 384 S 3110 W, Provo
Provo Corn Maze offers lots of outdoor fun you don’t want to miss! With different corn mazes, a large pumpkin patch, Halloween zipline, paintball and hayrides, this year’s new activities offer fun for all.
Corn Maze Admission: adults $9.00 and kids $6.00
Zombie Paintball Admission: $18.00
Zipline Admission: $18.00
Daytime Paintball Admission: $3.00
Which corn maze are you going to this year?