The 10 Best Corn Mazes in Utah!
Nothing says fall quite like a corn maze. And in Utah, there are almost too many corn mazes to choose from. We’ve narrowed it down to the top 10 best corn mazes, some of which are perfect day-time excursions while others are spooky, night-time haunts. Here are our favorites.
Cornbelly’s is arguably Utah’s most popular Halloween attraction—just as you can easily become lost in a corn maze, you can easily get lost at Cornbelly’s itself. You can even buy a season pass, ensuring that you don’t miss any of the attractions, but even then, you may not feel you get enough. At Cornbelly’s, Halloween meets Disneyland. And the corn maze? It’s the star of the show.
Sponsored by McCoard’s Garden Center, the Provo Corn Maze is now in its fifth year. Featuring three different mazes of varying difficulties and lengths, the Provo Corn Maze is all about an interactive corn maze experience. You can also take a hay ride, pick pumpkins, and devour delicious concessions.
The Crazy Corn Maze is home to (you guessed it) a corn maze, a pumpkin patch, and the “Night Stalkers Haunted Trail,” which is essentially a scarier and more expensive version of the corn maze best suited for teenagers and adults. The normal corn maze, however, is still the Crazy Corn Maze’s top attraction.
Aptly named “The Corn Maize,” the Corn Maize isn’t just a corn maze. In fact, the Corn Maize is home to myriad Halloween activities, such as a “Haunted Trail,” and a pumpkin patch. That said, it is the corn maze that attracts the bulwark of visitors. And given that there are multiple ways to explore the nine-acre maze, it’s pretty hard not to be entertained.
Heehaw Farms & Corn Maze is a popular autumn destination for Utah County residents. With basically every fun Halloween activity under the sun, it’s a great spot for families with children of different ages who love to explore and enjoy the Halloween spook in their own way.
Officially home to Utah’s largest corn maze, Black Island Farms is working vegetable farm with 300 acres of cultivation. In business for 50 years, the farm is almost as famous for its autumn attractions as it is for its delicious produce. At Black Island Farms, you can run around in a massive corn maze, let out your wiggles in a bounce house, or even take a hayride.
For the Staheli Family Farm, Halloween is an extended production rather than a mere side-project. In addition to an impressive “corn maize,” the farm has a series of other exciting fall attractions such as a paintball gallery, funnel cakes, a haunted house for kids (known as the “Spooky Trick-or-Treat Trail), a pumpkin patch, a petting zoo, pig races and many more.
Little Bear Bottoms Corn Maze is put on by a family farm that grows sod and corn. Located in Wellsville (a small town located between Logan and Ogden in Northern Utah), the maze is the perfect mix of fright and fun.
Every year, Box Elder County residents enjoy Carter’s Crazy Corn Maze, which is a fantastic (and affordable) activity for the entire family. You’ll be surprised: the corn maze is surprisingly big for a lesser-known corn maze. Even better? On Monday night, admission is only four dollars.
Advertised as a “corn maze and haunted swamp,” Corn Creepers is the only corn maze in the charming town of Brigham City. Essentially, the maze starts with a stroll through a haunted swamp, which the leads you to an eight-acre corn maze. The maze and haunted swamp are inspired by an old Utah legend, fittingly named the “Legend of the Haunted Swamp,” though don’t worry too much—the experience isn’t necessarily as creepy as it sounds.