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Fall Festival Returns September 22 - October 31, 2021

Fall Festival, Terror in the Corn and Zombie Paintball Hunt Tickets, Reservations for Private Campfire Sites and Pavilion Rentals Now Open!

Anderson Farms Fall Festival Admission

 Will Be Limited Daily The Rest of the Season

Purchase Your Tickets Online To Avoid Being Turned Away at the Door

Posted: October 14, 2021
Anderson Farms is so excited to see all of your smiling faces returning this season. In 2020, we were forced to limit ticket sales due to Colorado State Mandated Covid Restrictions. We know that meant many of our loyal fans were unable to visit because of the limits. We know how frustrating it was for many of you and hoped we wouldn’t have to do it again this year.
 
Prior to 2020, we were able to predict an approximate crowd size for each week and plan accordingly. However, this season, we have seen record crowds every weekend and are no longer able to allow everyone in who wants to visit on a given day. We understand it can be disappointing to be turned away, but it can also be disappointing to spend the entire day waiting in lines instead of enjoying the attractions.
 
After experiencing one of the biggest crowds we’ve ever seen last Saturday, we made the decision that for the remainder of this season we must limit the number of tickets available each day. We believe that every Saturday and Sunday for the rest of this month WILL sell out. It is possible that Friday, October 15th could sell out too. This coming weekend is Fall Break for most school districts along the Front Range and is typically the peak weekend of our season. There are multiple school districts out on October 14th, 15th and 18th.
 
For these reasons, we are highly recommending purchasing your tickets online as soon as you can. There will not be extra tickets available at the door. If you arrive to the farm without an online ticket and we are sold out, you will be turned away.
 
If you have a private campfire or pavilion rental, you MUST purchase admission for anyone visiting your rented space. Please make sure everyone in your group purchases a ticket ahead of time so they can get in.
 
The best way to avoid the largest crowds is to visit on a Monday, Wednesday or Thursday. These are the slowest days of the week and most likely will not sell out.
 Helpful Tips!
  • Everyone MUST stop by the ticket booth to receive a wristband, including online ticket holders. This is because we have multiple ticket options and it helps our team know which ticket you purchased.
  • Most of our guests now have online tickets, which means the ticket booth line moves fast!
  • If you have a private campfire, pavilion rental or a pre-booked corporate group, please go to the line on the right. The far right windows will help get you checked in.
  • All other ticket holders – ONLINE OR AT THE DOOR – must wait in the line on the left. All of our ticket booth cashiers can help both online and at the door purchases.
  • The last wagon to the pumpkin patch leaves the barnyard at 5:30 PM. However, we have been closing off the line at 5:00 PM on weekends in order to make sure those in line can get back from the pumpkin patch before dark. Please arrive as early as possible if you’d like to go to the pumpkin patch.

COVID-19 Update

Frank's Ride for Children

  • Saturday, June 12th 
  • Charity Poker Run to benefit Make-A-Wish Foundation
  • Event Hosted by Frank’s Ride for Children
  • Ride Begins at Longmont Loyal Order of Moose Lodge
  •  Anderson Farms is the Final Stop on the Ride!

Planting Smiles
Field Trips

  • June 22 – July 1, 2021 
  • Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays Only
  • Learn the Life Cycle of a Pumpkin
  • Meet our pygmy goats!

U-Pick Sunflowers Now Open on Select Dates!

Tickets on sale now!

Now Hiring for Fall Festival!

Apply Now to Work at the Most Fun Job You’ll Ever Have!!

Full-time and Part-time Seasonal Positions Available with Flexible Hours!  We work around school, sports and other jobs!

Must be able to commit to 6-8 weeks in September & October

Tickets Now On Sale

Don’t Miss Colorado’s Largest Fall Family Entertainment Desitnation – Open September 22nd – October 31st,  2021

Effective October 10th, 2021  Tickets WILL BE CAPPED daily.  We recommend purchasing tickets online to avoid being turned away at the door.  


Pavilion Rentals

  • Great for birthday parties, corporate events or family gatherings
  • Available Saturdays and Sundays
  • 5 pavilions located in the Kiddie Korral
  • 2 pavilions located in the lawn by the Corn Maze 

Private Campfire Rentals

  • Open Thursday – Sundays beginning September 24th
  • Campfires are now offered in two 4-hour slots per day
  • Start times are staggered – See our booking page for details.
  • Each reservation includes a fire ring, wood, log benches for seating and 1 picnic table.  We’ll light the fire for you!

Field Trips

The Fall Festival Field Trip gives everyone the best of Anderson Farms! Guests will enjoy the Pumpkin Patch AND the Corn Maze with every Field Trip. Lunch facilities are available, but you may bring in your own lunch or snack to enjoy while at the farm

Homeschool Days
A Self-Guided Field Trip

Bring your homeschoolers out for a fun and educational day at the farm. You’ll have access to the Corn Maze, Pumpkin Patch, Pedal Karts, Kiddie Korral, Combine Slide and Farm Animals,  plus special educational activities. This is perfect for homeschool groups, small daycares and anyone else who would like to add a little bit of education to their visit!

Little Ghouls

October 30th & 31st
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM

A daytime family friendly trick or treat event, perfect for kids of all ages. Each little ghoul gets A special bag to collect their treats.

The location of the 2021 Little Ghouls is to be determined. 

Price: $5 per participant that receives a trick or treating bag
*Must also purchase admission to Fall Festival to participate

Testimonials

  • Ever since we moved to Frederick It's been a tradition to go to Anderson farms every year :) there are plenty of great pumpkin farms but this one is my favorite by far!

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    Samson H
  • Been coming here for about 10 years now. Love the fall festival they put on. Truly something for everyone! From train barrel rides to pedal carts, both free. Plenty of kid friendly areas for the little ones to run and play. (also free) The awesome corn maze is reason enough to visit. Shoot zombies with paintballs or walk through a haunted area, (not free) the options are endless. Gourd slingshots (also not free) to pumpkin chunkin. I can't say enough good things about Anderson farms. I would recommend that you bring your own food though. It gets extremely expensive if you buy food there.

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    Ken Kopas
  • Family and individual fun out in the country. Love the maze, pumpkin ride and food. Fall Festival is a can't wait every year. Online ticket ordering is cheaper and gets you in faster. Make sure to have some extra cash on you for goods. Defiantly boots or hiking shoes and a warm coat after dark

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    Tiffany Tramutolo
  • Such a great place. So much fun for the whole family and Terror in the Corn was incredible. The most fun I have had in a maze in Colorado. Family friendly with fire pits, music, pumpkin patch, corn mazes, zombie paintball and lots of other activities. Will continue this tradition for as long as we are in Colorado. (Definitely worth the drive up from the Springs)

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    Kyle Matthews
  • This was my first time to take my family to Anderson Farms. The place was great for the grandkids! They could watch magic shows, feed the animals, climb up a mound of tires & slide down a bumpy slide, a corn maze to go through, wagon ride out to the pumpkin patch & so much more. I would recommend taking your own food for a picnic lunch though, because the food line was VERY SLOW..& we went on a weekday. We stood in line for the food for about 40 minutes before we got up to the counter to order. Overall, it was worth the admission price...our family spent about 6 hours there to get in all the activities.

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    Becky Musgrove
  • What a terrific place. Went to the Terror in the Maze with the kids and friends and we all had a wonderful time. Attractive grounds, clean, fun, friendly, not crowded, and all attractions priced nicely. We'll be back.

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    Tom Rust
  • Been coming here since 2012 and loved it ever since the staff is friendly and they renovate the farm every year so the updates and extra activities really sets the tone for kids to play. Never a dull day truthfully the best attractions that Colorado offers for October.

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    Andy A
  • Another great trip visiting Anderson Farms. Keep coming back year after year. So much fun. Our kids love spending the day there.

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    Chad Laverty
  • Such a fun place to work and be at. It's very kid friendly. It really gets me into the mood for fall. By the way if you go you need to try their pumpkin butter it amazing

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    Brina Monroe
  • Annual tradition to attempt the entire maze every year with my daughter. At 10 years old, she finally finished the 5.2 miles. Great selection of pumpkins and gourds at a good price. A tad pricey on the admission, but worth the memories.

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    Matt Plumer
  • The haunted house and zombie shoot are our favorite thing to do in October. The corn maze and the rest of the farm are great too. Love this place!

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    Jim Morrell
  • Awesome place for kids and grown ups. The pumpkin patch, petting zoo, playground, and tractor rides are awesome for kids; the corn maze is great for everyone; zombie paintball and the haunted house are great for adults. My husband and I do zombie paintball every year as a date! And I love their apple butter.

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    Tiffany Gengelbach
  • Pumpkins and entry fee are a bit over priced, but we go for the experience. Definitely a great place for kids that like to be outdoors!

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    Alex Guidera
  • Hands down the best place to get your pumpkins in this area - tons of stuff to do for the entire family.

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    Robert Keosheyan
  • Anderson Farms is a treat! So much to do for all ages with options for more fun and food. The pumpkin patches are amazing. The staff is phenomenal. I love taking my family and friends through the corn maze and of course the haunted corn maze, Terror in the Corn. So many surprises and scares galore in the night time attractions. The campfire pits are an awesome touch to making memories.

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    Sarah Belanger Nava
  • We have two kiddos under 3 and this place was AMAZING with them!! They have multiple staged areas for photos which are all so cute. The amount of things you get to do included with your admission is mind boggling. Our 2.5yo really loved the barrel "train" ride. We spent 4 hours there and still had plenty left to check out for next time. If you want something fun to do with the whole family this is exactly where you want to go!!

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    Lauren Roe
  • If you want a great family day of pumpkin picking, mazes, petting zoo and great food you need to come here.

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    Cammy Ainsworth
  • I just love Anderson Farms. I go there with my school, which is full of kids with disabilities. The staff at Anderson Farms are extremely kind and accommodating every year we go. They set us up with our own wheelchair accessible tractor ride and make sure that we have tables, trash cans, everything we need. The kids always have a blast. Also, their popcorn is worth every cent.

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    Kelly Phares-Zook
  • Absolutely love Anderson farms and how much they offer ever year! The food, animals, games and corn maze are wonderful.My absolute favorite is Terror in the corn. Fantastic! Its extremely elaborate, long and keeps you on your toes. Tons of extra points for originality! I've never seen some of the things I experienced last night. Excellent job Anderson farms. And the staff of terror in the corn please keep up your hard work and enjoy haunt season!

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    Lady Belladonna
  • My family loves Anderson Farms! It is always such a fun experience and has become a beloved fall tradition for us. It has grown in popularity quite considerably in recent years so it can be rather crowded and lines tend to be long (especially on sunny weekend days). It is a bit pricey and there are several things that are an extra cost above admission. However, it still remains my family's number one choice for pumpkin patch/ fall activity.

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    Christy Bligh

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