Washington’s Thrilling Haunted Corn Mazes

If you’re looking for a spooky and fun way to celebrate Halloween, you might want to check out some of the haunted corn mazes in Washington.

These attractions are not for the faint of heart, as they feature scary actors, props, and effects that will make you scream and jump. Here are some of the best thrilling haunted corn mazes in Washington that you can visit this October.

Carleton Farm Frights (Lake Stevens)

This farm offers four haunted attractions: Zombie Paintball Wagon Ride, Haunted Swamp, Zombie Farm, and Dark Maze.

Zombie Paintball Wagon Ride is the newer experience where you ride the wagon and shoot Zombies. After the shoot, you leave paintball guns behind and have to navigate the Zombie Farm cornfield infested with Zombies. 

Can’t handle scary zombies and other characters? You can still have fun in the Dark Maze, where you brave the dark corn maze with your flashlight.

The Haunted Swamp is the main attraction of the place. This is a swamp-themed cornfield with sounds, lights, and props plus a horde of menacing characters.

Stalker Farms Haunted Attraction (Snohomish)

Stalker Farms has multiple attractions featuring corn field/mazes including Pogo’s Funny Farm, The Scarecrow Challenge, and Nighttime Corn Maze.

Pogo’s Funny Farm is a twisted comedy maze that invites you to join a circus of freaks and misfits.

The Scarecrow Challenge is a game of “red light, green light” with its very own demon named Wendigourd.

The Nighttime Corn Maze is a smaller section of the daytime maze and is a self-paced unlit maze that doesn’t contain acting staff or scary props.

Aside from the corn trails attractions, you can also explore Slasher Family Homestead or take part in Toxic Blasters where you get to shoot scary clowns. They also have campfire rentals.

The place (Stocker Farms) has daytime attractions too that is more family friendly.

Maris Farms (Buckley)

Maris Farms is a working farm that offers several attractions throughout the year, including Haunted Woods for the fall season.

The Haunted Woods feature a corn maze, creepy carnival, an encampment overrun by zombies and more.

Rutledge Haunted Corn Maze (Olympia)

Rutledge Haunted Corn Maze is part of Rutledge Farm attractions. It is open during the Halloween Season on select days from late September through October. Prepared to be spooked by a bunch of threatening characters including clowns, butchers, and more.

If you are not up for a scare, you can check out their separate regular corn maze, pumpkin patch and other family friendly attractions.

Thomas Family Farm (Snohomish)

Navigate through a muddy and slippery corn maze in the dark for $15 at Thomas Family Farm. If dark corn mazes are not scary enough, explore their other night attractions.

Shoot down some undead in the Zombie Paintball. Walk through the Haunted Trail, a 1/4 mile long trail through the Thomas Family Farm grange. Exlplore the Haunted House and test your fear.

The attractions are open on weekends of October.

They also offer family friendly day-time activities such as pumpkin patch, corn maze, kids paintball, gem mining, mini golf, and more.

Tips to Enjoy the Haunted Corn Mazes

  • Wear comfortable shoes and clothes that can get dirty or wet.
  • Bring a flashlight or use your phone’s flashlight if you want some extra light.
  • Stay with your group and follow the rules of the maze.
  • Don’t touch or provoke the actors or props.
  • Have fun and scream as loud as you want!


Haunted corn mazes are a great way to celebrate Halloween and have some adrenaline-pumping fun. Washington has some of the best haunted corn mazes in the country, so don’t miss this opportunity to experience them for yourself. Whether you prefer zombies, clowns, or ghosts, there’s a haunted corn maze for you in Washington.