Corn Mazes

Get Corn-fused in Snohomish

A favorite activity for families during the Festival of Pumpkins is getting lost in a corn maze.  There are a variety of mazes to choose from, some are even “haunted” at night for that extra-special scary experience. Several of our farms allow you to reserve use of their maze for group outings. Visit each farm’s website or call to confirm cost and the days/hours each maze is open to the public.  
 

Bob’s Corn and Pumpkin Patch  www.bobscorn.net

Bob’s Corn features a family-friendly, safe for all ages 10-acre corn maze with a “farm theme.”  The maze opens on August 19th and stays open through Halloween night.

The maze can be reserved at night for groups–and you can even have a bonfire in the middle of the maze with your friends.  Call for times and rates: toll free 1-866-bobscorn 
 

Carleton Farm    www.carletonfarm.com  

Carlton’s “corny” maze is fun for the whole family.  Enjoy the peacefulness of the corn field, or challenge your navigation skills by finding locations on a map to solve a puzzle. The maze is open all during the month of October from 9am to dusk. Please check the farm’s website for details and cost.   

Craven Farm     www.cravenfarm.com

Craven Farm features an 11-acre corn maze with an Alice in Pumpkinland theme.  The corn maze is open daily throughout the month of October and is a favorite of children of all ages.  For a full range of activities please visit our website. 
 

Stocker Farms    www.stockerfarms.com

Stocker Farms is noted for its yearly “themed” 10-acre corn maze, this year featuring a Ford truck design.  The maze is open Wednesday through Sunday, starting September 21.  Beginning October 12, the maze is haunted on Friday and Sat nights and on Oct. 28-31.  Group rates are available. For specific days, hours and rates, please visit our website or call 360-568-7391. 
 

The Farm     www.thefarm1.com

The Farm is home to the wonderful Washington State corn maze.  This unique 12 acre corn maze is a giant map our state.  It contains over 250 actual roads and 400 places and towns marked by signs (with interesting historical facts about each).  There are 4-1/3 actual miles of platted highways and country roads within the maze.  A great educational experience for the whole family or your group outing!  Open to private groups starting in August and the public beginning in September.  Check our website for details and fees.