Best Corn Mazes in Seattle 2015

Field Day! 10 Corn Mazes You Need to Stalk This Fall

Bob’s Corn Maze and Pumpkin Farm
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Bob’s Corn Maze and Pumpkin Farm

The a(maze)ing facts: This year at Bob’s Corn Maze and Pumpkin Farm, the maze will have you twisting and turning through the geometric paths that lead to a big ol’ barn at the center of Bob’s 10-acre maze. For new maze explorers who aren’t ready to tackle the whole 10-acres on their own (or at all!), the kids’ mazes are equally impressive and will keep little ones engaged with “stations” that they reach along the way.

Bonus: Bob’s is already booking up quickly, but you can also reserve one of their 15 fire pits that are scattered along the perimeter of the maze (you can see them on the photo above) – awesome for get-togethers with other families and some corn field marshmallow roasting! Fire pits are available for 2-80 people and run from $30-60 per hour, depending on the size of your group. Maze admission is required.

Car time: Approximately 40 minutes from Seattle.

Dates & Hours: Daily, Sept. 26-Oct. 31, 2015. Daytime Mazes open 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Night Maze open 6 p.m.-10 p.m. on Fridays & Saturdays (last admission at 10 p.m.)

Cost: Daytime Maze $6-$8 or $35/family (4 & under Free); Night Maze $10-$12 or $45/family (4 & under Free); Kids Maze $4/person or $20/family (under 18 mos. Free).

11907 Elliott Rd.
Snohomish, Wa 98296

Carleton Farm
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Carleton Farm

The a(maze)ing facts: This isn’t just a corn maze, it’s a crime scene at this year’s 12th Fan Challenge. Farmer Brown and his apple pie have been stolen and the only way to recover them is to collect all of the clues in the maze. Oh my! With one challenge for older kids and adults, using a punch card to follow the clues though the maze, and another challenge designed for younger kids to explore the maze following animal tracks, everyone in the family will be pleased with this maze. And if that’s not enough excitement, test your skills as a 12th Man fan. Navigate the maze and try and make it through 4 downs of trivia fun. As a fan, you have to get the correct answer or you may be forced to do a little cheer all while avoiding the penalties. With one maze and three games to play, plan on making a day of it at Carleton Farms!

Bonus: The Kids Korral Play Area at Carleton is also worth checking out, before or after the maze. There is an additional entrance fee for this part of the farm (parents are free), but between the zip swing, hay mountain, additional hay mazes (one is inside), that is money well spent! There is also an additional small fee for the Pony Express Train and the Pumpkin Cannon, so be prepared for those add-ons.

Car time: Approximately 40-50 minutes from Seattle.

Dates & Hours: Daily, Sept. 26-Nov. 1, 2015 from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. (last ticket sold at 5 p.m.); the haunted maze is open from 7 p.m.-9 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, so you may want to plan on leaving before the chainsaws come out to play.

Cost: Daytime Maze $6/person or $25/family (3 & under Free); Night Maze $10/person.

630 Sunnyside Boulevard S.E.
Lake Stevens, Wa 98258 (you may need to use Everett, Wa in your GPS!)

Thomasson Family Farm
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Thomasson Family Farm

The a(maze)ing facts: Teaming up with Darigold to create one of the most gorgeous corn mazes in the area, the Farmalicious Corn Maze at Thomasson Family Farm is worth the trip to Enumclaw. The maze is hand-cut into the field by the owner’s daughter, Tia who also designs the maze every year. Now that is what we call aMAZEing!

Bonus: We love the old school farm vibe at Thomasson Family Farm and the fact that they truly keep kids in mind with every detail.

Car time: Approximately 50 minutes from Seattle.

Dates & Hours: Daily, Oct. 1-31, 2015 from 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

Cost: Weekdays $6/person; Saturdays & Sundays $7.50/person

38223 236th Ave. S.E.
Enumclaw, Wa 98022

Remlinger Farms
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Remlinger Farms

The a(maze)ing facts: A trip to Remlinger Farms in fall is like going to a pumpkin patch themed-Disneyland! We’re talking rides and food and go-karts and animals and so much more. But amongst all this fun, the corn maze should not be passed over, which has a kids helping kids-theme this year (think a gigantic pair of hands in the middle of the corn field).

Bonus: Need more corny fun? Don’t miss the flying corn rides when you’re done with the maze. No, the corn itself doesn’t fly… you do, in a giant ear of corn!

Car time: Approximately 45 minutes from Seattle (park in the outer lot to be near the corn maze).

Dates & Hours: Weekends Sept. 26-Oct. 31, 2015 from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. (weekdays are reserved for school tours).

Cost: Festival admission $15.75/person (under 1 Free)

32610 N.E. 32nd St.
Carnation, Wa 98014

Carpinito Brothers
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Carpinito Brothers

The a(maze)ing facts: As one of the closest corn mazes to Seattle, Carpinito Brothers goes all out each year with two mazes – you won’t be able to tell when you’re deep in the maze, but you’re actually running through a Headless Horseman and his Fiery Pumpkin Head! The mazes vary in difficulty and length, ranging from about one to two miles of paths.

Bonus: You can combine all of your fall activities into one trip to Carpinito Brothers – pick up pumpkins and fall veggies, take pictures with their fun props, travel through the hay maze, swim in a sea of corn and say hello to the farm’s furry friends. Plus, scoot over to their store when you can stock up on all of your family’s favorite fall veggies. Beets for dinner, anyone?

Car time: Approximately 20-30 minutes from Seattle.

Dates & Hours: Daily, Sept. 25-Oct. 31, 2015 from 9 a.m.-6 p.m.

Cost: $6-$9/person (4 & under Free). Click here for $1 off adult corn maze admission.

6868 S. 277th St.
Kent, Wa 98032 (note, this is not their main store address)

Mosby Farms
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Mosby Farms

The a(maze)ing facts: After 24 years, Mosby Farms knows how to do corn mazes right. Parents rave about the maze at Mosby because it’s so well-maintained – the corn is lush and high, the paths are less mucky than at other farms and the routes are tricky enough to keep even mom and dad, who know everything, entertained. And this year, you can weave in and out of their Spider Web & Fly-themed corn maze.

Bonus: Well-behaved pets on leashes are welcome at Mosby Farms, so feel free to bring Fido to romp around with you. Just remember to bring a leash and a plastic bag for messes.

Car time: Approximately 40 minutes from Seattle.

Dates & Hours: Daily, Oct. 2-31, 2015 from 10 a.m.- ‘til dusk.

Cost: $9/Adults; $6/Kids (3-12); under 3 Free. Click here for $2 off corn maze admission.

3104 Auburn Black Diamond Rd.
Auburn, Wa 98092

Rutledge Corn Maze
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Rutledge Corn Maze

The a(maze)ing facts: BOOM! That’s not corn popping that you hear… it’s the sound of this awesome 8-acre corn maze at Rutledge Corn Maze, near Olympia, in Tumwater. There are two different games to play in this challenging corn maze. Choose to find all 12 check point stations, which will ultimately help you find your way out or play The Farm Scene Investigation. Farmer Joe is missing and there was an accident that appears to be foul play. There are seven farm animal suspects that you will need you to investigate. Collect the evidence to find the weapon, the suspect and the location where the crime took place. Be sure to punch your card to keep track of your clues. Solve the mystery and put the guilty farm animal behind bars and save farmer Joe.

Bonus: This is a tech-savvy corn maze! Download the Rutledge Corn Maze app onto your smartphone for details about the maze, directions, admission prices, events and more.

Car time: Approximately 80 minutes from Seattle.

Hours: Daily, Sept. 23-Oct. 31, 2015 from 9 a.m.-10 p.m. or later for the haunted version of the corn maze.

302 93rd Ave. S.E.
Tumwater, Wa 98501

The Farm at Swan's Trail
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The Farm at Swan’s Trail

The a(maze)ing facts: Learn a little geography with your corn maze! A family favorite, The Farm at Swan’s Trail is well-known for its Washington State corn maze map. Start at one end of the state and make your way across to the other side… if you can! The maze is 12 acres (that’s 4.5 miles!) and shows more than 250 state roads and 400 towns and landmarks, each labeled with historical facts.

Bonus: Not to be missed are the duck races. And, we’re not talking about rubber ducks! Prefer your animal races with four-legged creatures? The pig races won’t disappoint either.

Car time: Approximately 45-60 minutes from Seattle.

Dates & Hours: Daily, Sept. 27-Oct. 31, 2015 from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. with flashlight mazes beginning at 6 p.m on Fridays and Saturdays.

Cost: Daytime Maze $6/person or $25/family (under 4 Free); Night Maze $10/person (by reservation only).

7301 Rivershore Rd.
Snohomish, Wa 98290

Dr. Maze’s Farm
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Dr. Maze’s Farm

The a(maze)ing facts: A sunflower and corn maze in one? Sign us up! This year’s maze at Dr. Maze’s Farm features a spider web who is sure to love corn himself. At 3.5 acres, the maze at Dr. Maze’s is a great size for families with younger kids, who will be thrilled with the 1/4 mile short path… if you don’t get lost! There are ten question signs to help you find your way. The correct answer will lead you on your way. How much do you know about spiders? Don’t miss the Color Balance Maze and Spider Rope Maze in the middle of the big maze. It’s included in your admission – an Instagramming parent’s dream come true!

Bonus: If you still need pumpkins, the farm has plenty to pick from as well as a Farmstand with loads of farm fresh products and botanicals, hayride tours, rubber duck races, farm animals and even a Singing Chicken Show.

Car time: Approximately 20-30 minutes from Seattle.

Dates & Hours: Weekends, Sept. 24-Oct. 31, 2015 from 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Flashlight Nights Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24, and 31 ’till 9 p.m.

Cost: Included with $9 Farmyard fee

15410 N.E. 124th St.
Redmond, Wa 98052

2015/09/29 – 


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