Home of Colorado’s Longest-Running Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch. We are now closed for the 2014 Fall Festival Season. Thanks for another great year!
Fall Festival is Now Closed.
Anderson Farms in more than a pumpkin patch! Fall Festival is a general admission to the farm which includes hayrides to the 30 acre pumpkin patch, a 30 acre corn maze that is NEVER haunted, barrel train rides, pedal karts, mine cars, farm animals and the Kiddie Korral playground.
Pumpkins are not included in admission. They are priced $2 – $12 based on size. Our pumpkin sizes can be seen here.
Admission is $10 per person Monday through Thursday and $12 per person Friday through Sunday.
You may purchase your tickets online or you may purchase them at the gate. We recommend online tickets on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays in the middle to end of October.
We accept cash, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover at the ticket booth, the farm concessions stand and the general store. Activities such as gourd launching, pony rides, s’mores at the fire pit, face painting and paint a pumpkin are cash only. Outside vendors including Nana’s BBQ and Kettle Corn are cash only. We do not accept personal checks.
GPS units often don’t recognize our address and can send you to the wrong place. Please use our map!
You are welcome to bring in outside food. We do not allow alcohol on the farm. Private campfire guests may bring in food to cook, but we do not have grates to place over the fire. It is open flame. The community fire pit is open to anyone. We have s’mores for sale at the pit. Guests may not bring food for the community pit.
Terror in the Corn & Zombie Paintball Hunt are open Thursday through Sunday beginning at 7:00 pm. Both of these tickets include the Fall Festival admission. Guests may purchase a Terror in the Corn or Zombie Paintball Hunt ticket earlier than 7:00 and can participate in the Fall Festival activities throughout the day.
Anderson Farms is Recognized for Excellence
In the spring of 2014, Anderson Farms was chosen as the Longmont Conservation District Conservationist of the year and was also chosen as the Upper South Platte Watershed Conservationist of the Year-Farmer Division.
On July 26th, 2012 we raised our brand new giant pumpkin. This new area landmark can be seen from Highway 52. To see how we built, moved and raised the pumpkin please check out our Flicker album!