7 amazing Colorado corn mazes to get lost in

It's corn maze season in Colorado and here are seven to check out.

Mazes marked with an * offer haunted mazes on some evenings.

*Fritzler Corn Maze

Kicking off on Saturday, the Fritzler Corn Maze calls itself "Colorado’s original and premier corn maze." The Fritzlers have been creating corn mazes since 2000.

The corn maze, located seven miles south of Greeley on Highway 85, is divided into two phases with only one exit "from the twists and turns."

Tickets for the maze and other activities start at $16 for adults, $13 for kids ages 3-10. Admission to the Haunted maze and activities start at $25.

Learn more and find discount tickets on the Fritzler Corn Maze website.

*Anderson Farm corn maze

Anderson Farm claims its corn maze, opening for the year on September 20, is Colorado's longest-running corn maze. It's 30 acres in size, with more than eight miles of trails.

In addition to just exploring the maze, Anderson Farm has several fun games for the visitors. There are six checkpoints hidden in each of the three larger sections of the maze, totaling 18 checkpoints. There is a crime/farm scene investigation and more.

Admission during weekdays begins at $10 and goes up to $14 on weekends. Admission for Terror in the Corn ranges from $22 to $25, depending on the night. Learn more on Anderson Farm's website.

Harvest Farm, Wellington

Harvest Farm in northern Colorado is hosting its 15th Annual Fall Festival & Corn Maze beginning on September 30.

In addition to the corn maze, visitors can enjoy hay wagon rides, a petting zoo, an obstacle course, a playground, pig races and more.

Harvest Farm is a 209-acre farm and rehabilitation center trying to break the cycle of addiction and homelessness for men, but the Fall Festival is open to the public.
 
Admission is $15 for adults, $13 for children ages 4 to 12.
 
Learn more about the farm and the Fall Festival on Harvest Farm's website.
 
*Jack Lantern's Corn Maze, Fort Collins
 
This is the 16th year for Jack Lantern's Corn Maze and pumpkin patch that promises "90 acres of fear, fright and fun."
 
Starting October, 6, visitors can enjoy farm animals, bounce houses, corn chuckers, pedal cars and more, in addition to the 20-acre corn maze,
 
Admission starts at $12 for adults and $10 for kids ages 3 to 10. Get a $1 off coupon here and learn more about the maze on the Jack Lantern's website.

*Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield Farms

There are multiple maze experiences available at the Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield Farms, starting September 15: the main 7-acre corn maze, a mini maze for kids under 10 and a Corn Stalkers Haunted Maze.

Admission for non-members is $14 for adults, $13 for students/seniors/military and $11 for children ages 3-­12. Corn maze tickets include activities like hay rides and barrel train rides. 

Get hours, directions and more information on the Denver Botanic Gardens' website.

Rock Creek Farm

Rock Creek Farm, in Broomfield, has four corn mazes that open September 30. The mazes range in distance from a short and easy 0.3-mile maze to a harder 4.2 miles.

"You'll test your memory and navigational skills as you laugh and run through high, green corridors, breathing in the rich aroma of Autumn in Colorado's largest Corn Maze experience spanning over 30 Acres," according to Rock Creek Farm.

Admission is $9 for adults, $6 for kids 4-11 years old. There are fees for the pumpkins and other activities, as well. Learn more on Rock Creek Farm's website.

Maize in the City, Thornton

Maize in the City features a 20-acre corn maze and a kids' mini maze. There's also a pumpkin field, pony rides, petting zoo, jumping castle and other activities.

To make the maize more interactive, they even have a smartphone trivia game.

Tickets start at $12 for adults and $9 for kids ages 5 to 12 for the corn maze, which kicks off September 29. Learn more on the Maize in the City website.

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