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Dust on their shoes and smiles on their faces after finding that just-right pumpkin and becoming deliciously lost in a corn maze, your kids may not be ready to head home.

For one last taste of autumn fun, they can hop around our hay bale maze — great for little ones — or slip down our inflatable super slide. Goats, pigs, chickens, cows and other farm animals will snuffle and tickle palms full of grain, explore a genuine, working farm and make crazy faces through .

You won’t want to forget your camera!

Family Fun Play Area Photo Gallery
We are open 9AM - 6PM Daily*
Saturday, September 24 - Opening Day
Monday, October 31 - Halloween Day
Monday, October 31 - Closing Day

*Occasionally heavy rain or snow may cause us to close the farm unexpectedly All status reports will be posted on our voicemail for our main line and listed on our website

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Directions from the South - Broomfield/US-36:
1. Take US-36 to the Broomfield exit
2. Head NORTH on US-287/Wadsworth Blvd.
3. Turn LEFT at the light at railroad tracks,
(Note: This is the light after Miramonte Blvd)

Directions from the North - Lafayette/US-287:
1. From Lafayette, head SOUTH on US-287.
2. Turn RIGHT at the light at the railroad tracks,
(Note: This is the light after Dillon Road)

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Pumpkins
U-Pick Field Pumpkins
$6.00
2 Jack-be-little pumpkins
$1.00
2 Wee-be-little pumpkins
$1.00
Pie Pumpkins
$2.00
Specialty Pumpkins
$6.00
Rock Creek Deluxe Carving Saw
$1.00

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Can I bring my dog?

Yes, if you keep it under control

What ages are appropriate for the corn maze(s)?

Corn Mazes are suitable for all ages as long as parents accompany small kids. Since there are at least 3 mazes of different lengths every year you can start with the small one and work your way up to the bigger ones if you are up to it.

How much do pumpkins cost?

Pumpkin pricing depends on the quantity, please visit the pricing page for details

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57°
H: 76°
L: 51°
Fair
Native Americans used pumpkin seeds for food and medicine.