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Pumpkin Patches and Corn Mazes in Colorado Springs

There are a plethora of pumpkin patches and corn mazes in the area where you can pick your own pumpkins and more. Check out one or try them all!

Pumpkin Patches and Corn Mazes in Colorado Springs

HOLIDAYS_HALLOWEEN_ Children Pulling Pumpkins In WagonDiana’s Pumpkin Patch
Diana’s Pumpkin Patch is known for its corn maze, featuring a unique layout and game each year, as well as the hay slide and pick your own pumpkins. Fall decor, sugar pumpkins and Cinderella pumpkins are also available. Go after dark to try out the Maze at Night, with flashlights!

Wishing Star Farm
Wishing Star Farm’s Fall Fest is perfect for picking pumpkins and more. Jump on a hay wagon ride, play some old-fashioned games, visit the petting zoo, or indulge the kids with a pony ride. There’s also a barrel train, jumping pillow, and a pedal cart track for kids and adults! The Fall Fest is open on weekends, Thursday through Sunday.

Colorado Pumpkin Patch
The Colorado Pumpkin Patch is the place to take your kids for a fun day on the farm. Try out 80-foot straw slides, gourd target practice, and a petting zoo with llamas, ponies, goats, and sheep. There’s also a kids’ maze and tractor hayrides. There is so much to see that you'll want to enjoy this with the entire family.

Anderson Farm
Anderson Farm has some unique activities for pumpkin season. Gemstone mining gives you a taste of the Old West, and making s’mores at the fire pit is the perfect chilly day activity. You can also launch gourds at a target, feed farm animals, and decorate your own pumpkin.

Scare-lovers should check out Terror in the Corn on select nights in October. Attractions include a Haunted Hayride in Colorado Springs and a Ghost Town. The hayride drops you off in the middle of a corn field, where you may encounter a ghoul or two.

Pumpkin patches and corn mazes in Colorado Springs provide some of the best fall activities. Don’t forget to book your stay at Cheyenne Mountain Resort for your autumn outings.

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