We were able to visit Glen Ray’s Corn Maze in order to write this post. All opinions are my own.
One of the most fun nights we have had in a long time was spent at Glen Ray’s Corn Maze in Spanish Fork, Utah. Packed with so many activities, a huge corn maze, a haunted corn maze, and treats you will spend hours here soaking it all up. We had never been there before and we explored every inch of the farm.
Pumpkin patches and corn mazes are a tradition in the fall. Make Glen Ray’s Corn Maze your new tradition if you haven’t been there before! You will love it as much as we did!
Be sure to take a fun picture as you go into the Corn Maze. I really love all the pumpkins on this display.
There are so many pumpkins you could spend a week looking for the perfect one. With over 50 varieties, you will find it for sure.
There are a lot of fun photo ops here. Take time to take pictures with all of them. They will make great memories!
The super slide was one of their favorite things to do. They went down it over a dozen times.
There are giant yard games like Jenga, Chess, Tic Tac Toe, and Connect Four. These are so much fun to play. They also have 2 sets of corn hole set up.
The hay bales are fun to climb and great for pictures. You can also get pictures from on top of them of the whole place which is fun!
There is another slide and a giant pit of corn to play in. My kids had a great time in this!
New this year was a fun Grand Prix where you could race these go-carts around. They are powered by pedaling so anyone can ride them. There are two big ones and two smaller ones.
The cow train was so fun! My kids rode it twice. Once during the day and once at night. They loved it both times.
There is also a Lil Buckaroo rodeo and a petting zoo where you can feed goats and cows as well as see bunnies, chickens, and other animals.
My kids spent a lot of time running (and falling down) in the GIANT Human Hamster Wheels. These are so fun and a great way to get some energy out, lol.
If you want to take a break, there is a fire pit with some tables set up by the concessions. There are lights set up and it is really a beautiful little stop.
This is a great place for a family picture to remember your trip to the Glen Ray’s Corn Maze.
The corn maze is the best one we have done so far! It is 7.5 acres and it has three different ones. You can do the small one (great for little kids, and they can find the pictures to get a treat), the medium one, or the long one. I HIGHLY recommend scanning the QR code so you can have an interactive map – especially if you are doing the long one. It tracks where you are and you can get out if you get lost.
Another fun part of being there is the Field of Fright! This haunted corn maze will knock your socks off. My littles had kind of a hard time with it – but they wrapped around me and closed their eyes for some of it. There are plenty of screams and laughs as you go through. I would say 14 and older for this one – but we took a 10 and 12-year old through it and they did ok.
Glen Ray’s Corn Maze is an amazing place to spend a day with your family! We spent hours there and would have spent longer if we hadn’t of came out of the haunted maze a little too muddy.
You can see the full list of attractions at Glen Rays here: https://glenrayscornmaze.com/attractions
You can get an All Access Corn Maze Pass for ages 3+ • Children 2 and under are free. The All-Access Corn Maze Pass includes unlimited trips through our corn maze and pumpkin patch, access to our courtyard area with giant slides, games, corn pit, bale pyramid, unlimited Kiddie Corral access, and cow train rides.
For a small fee, you can add on the haunted corn maze. I highly recommend it! There are also other packages you can get that include decorations like pumpkins, hay bales, and corn stalks!
Season Begins: September 24th, 2021
Season Concludes: October 30th, 2021
- Monday – Thursday: 4pm – 9pm
- Friday: 4pm – 11pm
- Saturday: 11am – 11pm
- Sunday: CLOSED