If you’re looking for a fun, challenging outdoor activity this fall, check out these corn mazes at farms in Southwest Washington. Some farms have other fun activities, along with fresh produce for sale or U-pick pumpkin patches.
Launch a pumpkin into a field with a giant slingshot, see the farm animals at the petting zoo, wander through the corn maze, watch the corn shelling and grinding demonstrations, sample freshly pressed apple cider, and take a wagon ride to the pumpkin patch to pick your own pumpkin.
Children’s activities include a bale maze, bale pyramid, and pedal tractor driving.
Fresh fruits and vegetables are sold in the farm’s shop.
Admission to the pumpkin patch and activities is $11.50 ages 3-64 and $9.50 ages 65 and older. The admission price includes one pumpkin with no size limit. Buy tickets at bi-zifarms.com/pumpkin-patch-2020.
Bi-Zi Farms is located at 9504 NE 119th Street Vancouver, Washington. Get more information at bi-zifarms.com or call (360) 574-9119.
Joe’s Place Farms
Wander through the corn and fort mazes. Pick tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, and pumpkins. Buy fresh produce, homemade fudge, and homemade baked goods.
Admission to the corn maze is free and $3 per person for theh fort maze.
This is the last year Joe’s Place Farms will be open. Owner Joe Beaudoin is retiring on December 31, 2020.
Joe’s Place Farms is located at 701 NE 112th Avenue in Vancouver, Washington. For more information, go to joesplacefarms.com or call (360) 892-3974.
This farm has two corn mazes: one for kids and a five-acre version for adults. The Patch also has more than 60 varieties of pumpkins, squash, and gourds. You can pick your own, buy at the farm, or order online for pickup.
Admission to the small corn maze is $2 per person and $5 per person for the large maze.
The Patch is located at 612 Whalen Road in Woodland, Washington, 21 miles north of Vancouver. For more information, visit The Patch’s website or call (360) 225-8594. Also check for updates on The Patch’s Facebook page.
Vancouver Pumpkin Patch
The corn maze here has a range of entry and exit points, and it’s easy to navigate for the youngsters. Other activities include a tube slide, visiting the farm animals, a U-pick pumpkin patch, and a shop selling gourds and pumpkins.
Admission to the pumpkin patch and corn maze is $3 per person. Pay the admission at the farm; no online sales are available on Vancouver Pumpkin Patch’s website. Cash and credit or debit cards are accepted.
Vancouver Pumpkin Patch is located at 18905 NE 83rd Street in Vancouver, Washington. Go to vancouverpumpkinpatch.com for more information or call (360) 892-0434.
Activities include the corn maze, train rides, and farm equipment. As of today (October 29, 2020), the farm is out of pumpkins for the season.
Admission is $6 for ages 3-54 and $5 for ages 55 and older. Pay the admission at the farm; no online sales are available on the farm’s website. Cash and credit or debit cards are accepted.
Waltons Farms is located at 1617 NE 267th Avenue in Camas, Washington, 18 miles northeast of Vancouver. Get more information at waltonsfarms.com or call (360) 834-2810.