Rutledge Haunted Corn Maze
Fridays and Saturdays
Friday, September 21 – Wednesday, October 31
7:00pm (Dusk) – 12:30am
302 93rd Ave SE
Tumwater, WA 98501

Seriously scary fun for the whole family on Friday and Saturday nights. There are some new spooky changes this year. Last tickets sold at 11:00pm. Cost is $13/person, or you can purchase a Fast Pass for $25/person and go to the front of the line. Military and Seniors $1 off anytime. Kids 4 & under are always free!

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Craven Farm Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze
Saturday, September 29 – Wednesday, October 31
9:30am – Dusk
13817 Short School Rd (115th Ave SE)
Snohomish, WA 98290

Kids and adults alike will enjoy seeing the animals, pumpkins and corn on Craven Farm! Corn Maze packages available: Enjoy 15-acre corn maze with an Alice in Pumpkinland theme. Can you find the three secret rooms? Then off to the pumpkin field to pick your own pumpkin to take home and carve. $7.50/person, supervision is required. Or choose the Hay Ride Package. Take a tractor-pulled hay ride through corn field lane with fun pumpkin scenes along the way. Then off to Alice in Pumpkinland corn maze. See if you can find the three secret rooms! A pick your own pumpkin is included in this package. $10.00/person, supervision required, 15 people minimum.

Dr. Maze’s Farm
Friday, September 21 – Wednesday, October 31
10:00am – 6:00pm
15410 NE 124th Street
Redmond, WA 98052

Head out to farm for the Fall Field Maze! A big 4 acres of crazy mazes! Plus, the little ones will love speeding through the Piggy Maze and the Tunnels of Hops Maze. Logic mazes like the Color Maze and the No Left Turn Maze keep lots of folks puzzling. You’ll also find unique botanical products like lavender cooking salts, tea, culinary and aromatic herbs, soaps and lotions produced from the farm to purchase.

Maris Farms
Saturday, September 29 through Wednesday, October 31
10:00am – 6:00pm
24713 Sumner-Buckley Hwy
Buckley, WA 98321

Take a unique hike through the cornfield. An eight acre field of corn with trails carved in a maze design you can solve with help of clue cards available at the maze entrance. The maze can take up to 45 minutes to solve and you’ll experience the challenge of solving the maze with few landmarks except for the characters we’ve provided and clues to help you along. Trails are dirt with either straw or bark added to help reduce mud and dust and you can enjoy the panoramic view of the farm from two large bridges you’ll traverse along the way. Or you can try the Night Corn Maze, the corn maze for night owls on select evenings during October for your flashlight adventure. Friday & Saturday nights from 6:30pm to 9:00pm. See the website for details.

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The Farm at Swan’s Trail
7301 Rivershore Road
Snohomish, WA 98290

The 12-acre corn maze has 4.5 miles of path for you to explore! A giant map of Washington, the maze shows more than 250 state roads and 400 towns and landmarks, each labeled with historical facts. Engage your kdis in the geography and history of Washington! They will have so much fun they won’t realize that they’re actually learning at the same time.

Carpinito Brothers
Friday, September 28 – Wednesday, October 31
9:00am – Dusk
277th & W. Valley Highway
Kent, WA 98032

Enjoy finding your way through both of the Carpinito corn mazes, enjoy the sights on a tractor-pulled hayride or search for the great pumpkin on over 50 acres of farmland. Plus, shop for Carpinito Grown farm fresh vegetables and a vast selection of other Washington grown produce. Check the website for a $1 off coupon!

Thomasson Family Farm’s Farmalicious with Darigold
October 1 – 31
9:30am – 5:30pm
38223 236th Avenue SE
Enumclaw, WA 98022

What’s more Farmalicious than an old fashioned corn maze? As part of Darigold’s mission to show people what happens when “farm meets delicious,” they’re bringing a 216,000 square foot corn maze experience to the South Sound during the entire month of October. One of the Pacific Northwest’s most enjoyed and anticipated corn mazes, Darigold has partnered with the Thomasson Family Farm to create a one-of-a-kind roster of activities and events. This year’s maze will spell out the word “Farmalicious” and raise awareness for Darigold as a unique, farmer-owned business.

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A perfect way to kick-off the fall season, the Darigold Farmalicious Corn Maze is slated to include a variety of fun, festive activities for the whole family to enjoy, including a “corn box” (barn full of corn kernels for kids to play in!), old fashioned tractor appearances, apple slingshot competitions, pumpkin carving, giveaways and more.