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 family-friendly, some are scary and creepy, and some are frightening.
Many corn mazes are very kid-friendly, daytime getaway to a working farm. 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!
Nighttime 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.
Some corn mazes are scary and some are also haunted. Not all scary corn mazes are haunted–some are just dark and very, very creepy. Haunted corn mazes have screaming, ghoulish inhabitants. 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.
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In the list below, we’ve groups corn mazes into two lists, scary and non-scary. For locations that have both, we list their complete information on both lists.
2023 scary and haunted corn mazes
(Listed roughly north to south throughout the Puget Sound region)
Thomas Family Farm in Snohomish (32 miles NE of Seattle) offers day and night activities throughout October. Daytime: Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch, Fun Park (15+ activities), Escape Rooms, Beer and Wine Garden. Nighttime: Zombie Paintball, Nightmare om 9 Haunted House and Haunted Trail, Flashlight Corn Maze, Night Pumpkin Patch. When: Friday-Sunday in October (not all activities all days).
- Free admission: Pumpkin Patch, Food Court, TVs with Live Sports, Beer Garden (21+), General Store. Single activity tickets: $5-$8/activity.
- General admission tickets ($22/person) includes: Fun Park activities and Corn Maze.
- Nighttime activities ($31): Nightmare on 9 Haunted House, Haunted Hayride, Zombie Paintball, and Flashlight Corn Maze.
Stalker Farms in Snohomish (32 miles NE of Seattle). The seasonal outdoor event includes a midway space and two haunted attractions called Slasher Family Homestead & Pogo’s Funny Farm, plus a large daytime corn maze and a non-haunted nighttime corn maze. The two haunts require you to move through real corn paths (not mazes) and creepy scenes at your own pace. Other activities include giant jumping pillow, ball toss zone, farmer foosball, food zone, Clown Shot Paintball, and fire pits for rent. When: weekends in October. Tickets: $29-$50; save with advance online purchase.
Maris Farms in Buckley (25 miles SE of Tacoma) offers some of Pierce County’s best Halloween attractions. Laughter by Day, Screams by Night. Pumpkins, Corn Maze, and Haunted Woods. When: weekends in October. Tickets: GA $31-$40.
Rutledge Corn Maze in Olympia (68 miles SW of Seattle) has something for everyone! No corn maze due to drought but there is a haunted maze with new props and scary scenes, lots of other fun activities, and plenty of beautiful pumpkins (free to enter pumpkin patch) . When: daily in October. Tickets: FREE/pumpkin patch, $1-8/activities, $23/maze.
2023 non-scary, kid-friendly corn mazes
(Listed roughly north to south throughout the Puget Sound region)
Carleton Farm east of Everett at Lake Stevens (36 miles NE of Seattle) offers a pumpkin patch and paid fall activities: Game Zone, Kids Korral, Corn Maze, Paintball Gallery, Apple Guns, Hayride and Kids Bucket Train). When: weekends in October. Wristbands: $15 admission + activity fees.
Craven Farm in Snohomish (32 miles NE of Seattle) has a 15-acre corn maze and Kids Adventure Maze plus a weekend nighttime 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. When: daily from late September thru October 31. Tickets: wristband weekends $20; day/night $15.
Bob’s Corn & Pumpkin Farm in Snohomish (32 miles NE of Seattle) offers a giant 12-acre corn maze full of challenging twists and turns, including kids mazes. 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. When: daytime daily thru October 31, nighttime weekends only. Tickets: Daytime $18; night $21.
Serres Farm in Redmond (18 miles NE 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. When: Weekends through October. Tickets: Animal train, rubber duck races and corn maze $5 each, per person.
Carpinito Brothers Farm in Kent (20 miles S of Seattle). Get lost in acres of corn! The challenging and expertly designed corn mazes are a must-see at the 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. When: daily 9am-Dusk. Tickets: Corn Maze $11. Pumpkin Patch: $7.00 (credited toward pumpkin purchases). More info: Pumpkin Patch (carpinito.com)
Picha Farms in Puyallup (32 miles S of Seattle) has a 5-acre corn maze plus other fall activities. A free mini pumpkin awaits you at the exit as a reward for all your hard work When: Open daily in October. Tickets: No admission fee. Corn Maze $7/person. Other activities $2-$5 each.
Double R Farms in Puyallup (33 miles S 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. Free tractor rides on weekends. Maze tickets: $6/person. Pumpkin sling shot and hay rides $1/each.
Spooner Farms in Puyallup (33 miles S of Seattle) has a Corn Maze that is fun for all ages. The mind-bending paths take you through a unique design. When: daily in October. Tickets: $12.
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