As we sit here waiting for the monsoons to roll in and drop our desert temperature below triple digits, we dream of fall weather! Don’t get me wrong, it’s still warm in the fall but it’s so much more tolerable for outside adventures. We can explore more like heading to local farms for fall fun like corn mazes! Some farms offer additional festivities like pumpkin patches, petting zoos, and haunted corn mazes for those looking for scary fun. Check out my list below of corn mazes in Arizona and start planning your fall adventures.
Southern Arizona & Tucson Corn Mazes
Terror in the Corn/Buckelew Farms – Located near Tucson, this corn maze is not for the faint of heart. It’s geared towards an older audience as it boasts having some of the best beer from local breweries. We did the haunted corn maze version a few years ago (without the kids) and it was super fun and super scary! It’s been voted the best-haunted attraction three years in a row. Don’t forget to bring a flashlight!!
They offer a non-haunted/family friendly corn maze during the day at Buckelew Farms. Additional activities including a kids zone, petting zoo, and pumpkin picking.
Marana Pumpkin Patch – We LOVE the Marana Pumpkin Patch and attend every year! It offers a ton of family fun including train rides, jumping pillows, pig races, a wagon ride to pick pumpkins and of course corn mazes! They actually offer two corn mazes! A small one for those who need a quick maze and a larger one for the ones who like a challenge.
Check out our experience at the Marana Pumpkin Patch & Farm Festival a few years ago with lots of pictures and details!
Apple Annie’s – Located in Willcox, Arizona, this corn maze is one of the largest in the state at 20 acres in size! This maze has an interactive “passport” that can help guide you through the maze if you do everything correctly. Two levels of difficulty are offered so all ages can participate! You can also pick a variety of produce including apples!
Phoenix Corn Mazes
Tolmachoff Farms – This farm is located in Glendale, Arizona and not only has a gigantic corn maze but a petting zoo, bouncy house area, and train rides. That’s not all, they have a huge pumpkin patch and more! For those wanting a spooky adventure, they turn the corn maze into a haunted one on Friday and Saturday nights.
Fear Farm – Located in Phoenix, Arizona, this farm has a mild maze compared to its name. Although it is known for its haunted house, they have a 6-acre corn maze that is safe for all ages and family fun. Check out their website for year-round events!
Vertuccio Farms – Located in Mesa, Arizona, this farm is already geared up and ready to go for the fall 2016 season. You can see their gorgeous corn maze design on their site now! Be ready October 1st to hit up this corn maze along with the other fall activities they have to offer.
AZ Field of Screams – Glendale, Arizona seems to really love corn mazes because they have a few exciting ones. This corn maze is haunted and for good reason! It was planted over an old cemetery and they dare you to enter. This corn maze is not recommended for under 10 years of age.
Other Arizona Corn Mazes
Mortimer Farms – Located in Dewey, Arizona, this corn maze has a touching backstory and has been up and running for many years. Their designs each year in the corn maze are impeccable and nothing less than a work of art. Come out and have some all ages fun and enjoy even more than just a corn maze!
Willis Farm – Located in Snowflake, Arizona, this farm has a gigantic corn maze and even stays open late for those who want the haunted experience. The corn maze is not haunted during normal hours but for those who want it haunted will need to bring a flashlight. Don’t forget to pick a pumpkin while you’re there!
Overall, Arizona has a wide variety of corn mazes, many with additional fall festivities! I love the addition of picking out a pumpkin while visiting at the save time. Pumpkin carving is an essential Halloween activity around our house. I’d love to hear about your favorite corn maze in Arizona!