Enter the a-maze-ing Fritzler Corn Maze (about 40 minutes from Denver) for a night of fun that is just as much for kids as it is for adults. Well, adults with a youthful spirit! Go with the grain, and stalk your way through the narrow corridors of this year's featured maze, solving the mystery found within the seemingly never-ending rows. And play along as zombies and other haunted spirits jump out at you. You won't have to pretend to be scared either, the ghoulish costumes and chainsaws are what every halloween enthusiast is after. If you take all the right turns (eventually) you will end up at a haunted house that is complete with plenty of screams, falling walls and a verti-scope that will throw you off balance. Buy the $35 Ticket which includes front of the line access and a laundry list of other activities.
Plan extra time because it's a complete fun park. We are talking an inflatable pillow jump, pedal go-karts, zombie paint ball and a pumpkin cannon.
Carri's Catch: Each year a new maze is created to capture an artistic take on the time. 2013's maze is a series of corn-rows that create the image of a crying bald eagle. In these The crying eagle represents some of the hard times that have hit that nations this year. One of those being the Colorado flooding disaster.