The following list of Seattle-Tacoma metro area corn mazes are popular Halloween outings for many families and an alternative “haunt” for thrill-seekers. It you are looking for haunted houses and spooky tours, check out our big list of Halloween haunted houses and spooky tours.
Some corn mazes are scary. Haunted corn mazes have screaming, ghoulish inhabitants. Not all scary corn mazes are haunted–some are just dark and very, very creepy. Some locations with a scary corn maze also offer a non-scary version, or a special “kid’s” time, when the scare-o-meter is turned off.
Night time corn mazes, even when un-haunted, are dark and can be scary for young children. So if you must take children 12 or younger, use common sense. Go in the daytime to an un-haunted corn maze.
But not all corn mazes are scary. Many are very kid-friendly, daytime getaway to a working farms. A daytime corn maze can be a fun way to enjoy a family outing. Most usually have pumpkins for sale, so plan to pick up carving pumpkins for Halloween jack-o-lanterns, sugar pumpkins for Thanksgiving pie, and winter squashes to brew up some delicious and warming autumn soup!
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In the list below, we’ve groups corn mazes into two lists, scary and non-scary.
These corn mazes follow current guidelines for social distancing and other Washington State health and safety measures for staff and visitors.
2021 scary and haunted corn mazes
(Listed roughly north to south throughout the Puget Sound region)
Thomas Family Farm Corn Maze in Snohomish
Thomas Family Farm in Snohomish about 30 miles northeast of Seattle offers a flashlight corn maze. Bring your own flashlight or use your cell phone to navigate in the dark! In addition, there is a Haunted Hayride through the haunted fields of Thomas Family Farm. Tickets: Corn Maze $15. Hayride, Haunt, Paintball: $26. Discount when you buy multiple attractions. The pumpkin fields will be open for picking pumpkins until 9pm–admission is free! After your visit, re-fuel in the Food Court and shop in the General Store. More info: Zombie Paintball, Haunted House, Corn Maze (thomasfamilyfarm.com)
Stalker Farms Corn Maze in Snohomish
Stalker Farms in Snohomish about 35 miles northeast of Seattle offers an outdoor non-haunted, but DARK corn maze. Creep past the gate and into a corn field ruled by devilish dolls, savage beasts, and fiendish cannibals. Why don’t you go and see what the screaming is all about? Walk the one-directional trail through the non-haunted corn maze celebrating everyday heroes. It’s a great way to stretch your legs in the night air. After your visit, feel free to explore the midway, offering unique onsite food vendors and skill-based carnival-style gaming! Tickets: $21.95 and up. More info: https://www.stalkerfarms.com/pricing
Maris Farms Corn Maze in Buckley
Maris Farms in Buckley about 25 miles southeast of Tacoma offers some of Pierce County’s best Halloween attractions. For thrill seekers, brave their infamous Haunted Woods or navigate your way through the Flashlight Corn Maze–not haunted but challenging in the DARK and maybe a little scary. Advance timed ticketss required. Tickets: Haunted Woods $38. Flashlight Maze $24.
Rutledge Corn Maze in Olympia
Rutledge Corn Maze in Olympia about 68 miles southwest of Seattle has something for everyone! See the regular maze at night when it’s dark and scary. If you dare, the Haunted Maze is separate from the regular maze and filled with scary fun. Grab your friends and your sense of adventure, because you never know what is waiting for you around each turn. Tickets: $22. A family-friendly maze is also available (see the “non-scary” corn maze section below). More info: Attractions – Rutledge Family Farm (rutledgecornmaze.com)
2021 non-scary, kid-friendly corn mazes
(Listed roughly north to south throughout the Puget Sound region)
Pheasant Fields Farm Kid-Friendly Corn Maze in Silverdale
Pheasant Fields Farm in Silverdale about 28 miles northwest of Seattle via the Bainbridge Ferry is a fun corn maze several points of interest, fun facts, pictures, and a riddle to solve. Admission: $7. More info: https://www.pheasantfields.com/corn-maze-2020.html
Craven Farm Kid-Friendly Corn Maze in Snohomish
Craven Farm in Snohomish about 35 miles northeast of Seattle has a 15-acre corn maze and Kids Adventure Maze. This is non-scary adventure suitable for the whole family! Wind your way through the Bunny Trail (shorter route) or the Wild Hare Loop that takes you through the full 15 acres of corn. In addition, the Kids Interactive Adventure Maze includes several different activities: Storybook Lane with favorite storybooks turned into pumpkin-themed scenes, Obstacle Highway, “Crittire Place”, Sunflower Loop, Pumpkin Patrol Patch, and Maze Alley. Open daily from late September thru October 31. Tickets: 15-acre-mazes $8. Additional activities: $3-$30. More info: https://www.cravenfarm.com/corn-mazes
Bob’s Farm Kid-Friendly Corn Maze in Snohomish
Bob’s Corn & Pumpkin Farm in Snohomish about 30 miles northeast of Seattle o offers a giant 12-acre corn maze full of challenging twists and turns, plus TWO kids mazes for the family to enjoy. Nighttime maze visits are even more exciting, where you find your way in the dark with nothing but your flashlight and the stars to guide you! This is not a scare maze; it is just a fun way to experience the country at night. Daytime or Nighttime admission tickets: $17.95. More info: https://www.bobscorn.com/Maze
Serres Farm Kid-Friendly Corn Maze in Redmond
Serres Farm in Redmond about 18 miles east of Seattle. They design a corn maze from scratch every year. Fun signs are posted around the maze to help out. They offer other activities and a u-pick pumpkin patch. No prices listed on their website. More info: http://www.serresfarm.com/Pumpkin_Patch.html
Carpinito Brothers Farm Kid-Friendly Corn Maze in Kent
Carpinito Brothers Farm in Kent about 20 miles south of Seattle. Get lost in acres of corn! The challenging & expertly-designed corn mazes are a must-see at Carpinito Bros Pumpkin Patch in the beautiful Kent Valley. Each year, they offer new and innovative maze designs to keep you guessing what’s around the next corner. Tickets: $11. More info: https://www.carpinito.com/pumpkin-patch-and-corn-maze
Picha Farms Kid-Friendly Corn Maze in Puyallup
Picha Farms in Puyallup about 32 miles south of Seattle has is released the Kraken in their 5-acre corn maze! Stroll through the maze in search of answers to eight Kraken trivia questions. A free mini pumpkin awaits you at the exit as a reward for all your hard work. Tickets: $7. Other activities $2-$4. More info: http://www.pichafarms.com/pumpkins.php
Double R Farms Kid-Friendly Corn Maze in Puyallup
Double R Farms in Puyallup about 33 miles south of Seattle features a 5-acre corn maze and the largest selection of pumpkins in the valley, along with decorative gourds, cornstalks, mini pumpkins, and edible squash. Tickets: corn maze $5/person. Pumpkin sling shot $1/shot. More info: http://www.double-r-farms.net/corn_maze.htm
Spooner Farms Kid-Friendly Corn Maze in Puyallup
Spooner Farms in Puyallup about 33 miles south of Seattle has a Corn Maze that is fun for all ages. The mind-bending paths take you through a unique design. Tickets: $11/weekends, $9/weekdays. More info: https://www.spoonerberries.com/harvest-festival/corn-maze/
Rutledge Kid-Friendly Corn Maze in Olympia
Rutledge Corn Maze in Olympia about 68 miles southwest of Seattle has something for everyone! Get lost in the giant corn maze day or night, plus enjoy other activities. Tickets: $13. A haunted version is also available (see the “scary” corn maze section above). More info: https://rutledgecornmaze.com/attractions/#corn-maze
CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. Carleton Farm Frights east of Everett offers multiple attractions including Dark Maze, Haunted Swamp, Zombie Farm, and Zombie Paintball. Open Friday-Saturday in October. Tickets: $13-$18 per attraction. Discount combos: $33-$49. Groups (20+) save $2/person.
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