Looking for a local corn maze or hayride in Tuscon and Surrounding Counties in Arizona? Scroll down this page and you will see the
all of thoses in Tuscon and Surrounding Counties in Arizona, sorted by county. Some are huge corn mazes with hayrides, pumpkins, corn cannons, inflatables and others are simple
corn mazes with little else. Most also have loads of pumpkins to choose from. To really make it
fun for your kids, look for those that have the extra activities, like a
corn cannon, cow train, inflatables, farm animals, pumpkin patch or zip lines. There is usually a small fee for the mazes (of
course, the more elaborate mazes tend to charge more. Hayrides are often free.
ALWAYS call before you go
to confirm the info, they don't always report changes to me!
Especially this year, due to Coronavirus, be
sure to click on the links to confirm this year's dates and activities; many
have cut back on activities. Corn mazes tend to be open, pumpkins are usually
for sale. Mostly, it is things like festivals, inflatables and groups
activities that are restricted in 2020. If they don't have a website or Facebook
page, call email them directly or call the phone number provided, but
ALWAYS CONFIRM THIS YEAR'S DATES AND TIMES BY BEFORE
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Updates for January 2022
January: Many corn mazes are open now, just scroll down the page. And if you are looking for a pumpkin patch, this website for
pumpkin patches). You may also want to try the latest fun,
Zombie Paintball, see this website!.
Corn mazes, sorted by county
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Buckelew Farm - corn maze, pumpkins, haunted maze,
17000 W. Ajo Way, Three Points, AZ, Phone:
520-822-2277. Email us at:
firstname.lastname@example.org. Open: Saturdays & Sunday weekends in
October ; times: 10:00am to 5:00pm. Pumpkin Festival
-Horse-drawn wagon rides to and from the 42-acre pumpkin patch.
Enjoy a "u-pick-it" experience and a fair-like atmosphere. See
the website for latest times and prices. A typical day at the
Pumpkin Festival starts when the gate opens at 10:00am. A $4.00
per person admission 2013 price (children in diapers are free)
will include your tractor-drawn wagon rides to and from the
pumpkin patch. The tractor will pull your wagon into the field
where you can search for the perfect pumpkin, whether your
intent is a scary jack-o-lantern or a mouth-watering pie. The
wagons will return you to the tent area after your selection is
complete. Local youths will assist you with the weighing of your
pumpkins and then help you transport them to your car. The
pumpkins are 50 cents per pound and we also have a large variety
of gourds for sale. Additional festivities of the day include
the challenge of our 11-acre corn maze, browsing through the
arts & crafts tent, professional pumpkin carving, children's
games, feeding the animals at the 4-H petting zoo, Zombie
Paintball Shootout, jumping castle, inflatable slide/obstacle
course, pedal cart race track and the Budweiser Beer Garden.
After working up a hearty appetite you will be able to satisfy
that hunger with a wide variety of food items including
hamburgers, corn on-the-cob, Indian Fry Bread, caramel apples
and pumpkin pie. (UPDATED: January 19, 2017, JBS) (UPDATED: October 08, 2013, from their website)
Marana Pumpkin Patch - corn maze, pumpkin, restrooms, concession stand (drinks, snacks and/or food), picnic area, pumpkin patch in the field, pumpkins (brought in from the
field), Bouncy castle or moon bounce, petting zoo
Wentz Road, Marana, AZ. Phone: 520-305-5481. Email:
email@example.com. Open: Monday through Friday: 3
pm to 7 pm Saturday and Sunday: 9 am to 7 pm *Open October 31: 3
pm to 7 pm. Directions: See their website for directions.
Payment: Cash, Visa/MasterCard . pig races, zip lines, special
dinners (ADDED: October 24, 2013, suggested by a visitor)
A visitor writes on October 24, 2013: "we had fun! My son's
favorite part was picking his own pumpkin, which is included in
the admission price. Unfortunately, the zip line isn't. But
we'll be doing it this year anyway!"