Top Corn Maze in Colorado Can Be Found in Small Town Erie
Fall is just around the corner and it's time to let the family fun begin. Apple cider, pumpkin patches, and corn mazes.
Not sure where to go for all this fall excitement?
May I suggest heading to a small town called Erie, Colorado. Erie is approximately 25 minutes north/west of Denver and not too far off from Boulder.
Erie may be small, but when it comes to family and fun it rates well with many giving it a big thumbs up. Erie is fortunate to have Anderson Farms in the neighborhood as they are rated one of the best, longest-running corn mazes in Colorado.
The design that Anderson Farms created for 2018's corn maze is off the charts. The coolest maze that I've ever seen. The theme this year is called, "HEROS."
Getting lost in this astounding maze can be easy. Over eight miles of trails on 25 acres. Purchasing a ticket to the Fall Festival includes a journey into the maze.
You could easily spend the whole day with your family and friends, picking out your pumpkins, ride the "redneck rollercoaster," farm animals, and so much more. All ages, for young, too old will have a fantastic time!
Opens up Wednesday, September 19 and runs until Halloween. Prices for tickets depends on your adventure. The zombie/terror combo will be my pick.