Buckelew Farm Pumpkin Festival & Corn Maze: is having its 27th annual Pumpkin Festival and Corn Maze! Take a tractor-drawn wagon ride into the pumpkin patch, pick your own pumpkin, and then take the challenge of the twisted corn maze! With fun for the whole family, the Buckelew Farm Pumpkin Festival is sure to be a festive treat for all ages! This years activities include, U-Pick-It Pumpkins, Tractor Drawn Wagon Rides, 3 Corn Mazes, Kid Zone / 4-H Petting Zoo, Food Booth / Beer Garden, Zombie Paintball Shootout, Mechanical Bull and Arts & Crafts / Country Store!
Saturdays & Sundays this October: 10:00am to 5:00pm
$10 Admission includes:
- Entry into the Pumpkin Festival
- Unlimited wagon rides
- 3corn mazes (for all ages)
- Pony Ring
- Inflatable slide
- Inflatable obstacle course
- Jumping castle
- Pedal carts
- Pumpkin painting
- Sand Mountain
- Kids hay maze
Buckelew Farm Terror in the Corn:Sure you’ve been to a haunted house … but can you imagine the frightening possibilities of a haunted cornfield? Terror In The Corn will not disappoint! Terror In The Corn isn’t for everyone! Children, 12 years and under, will not be admitted without an adult and parental discretion is strongly advised. Are you brave enough to enter the unknown?
Dates: Friday & Saturday Nights in October (& October 29th)
Time: Gates open at 6pm; Terror in the Corn opens at dark (time will vary depending on when sun sets) to 12:00 midnight (farm closes at midnight)
Price: $25.00 per person– The price includes Terror In The Corn AND the entire Corn Maze.
Early Bird Special: Friday 10/2 & Saturday 10/3
Military/Public Service Appreciation Nights: Friday 10/9 & Saturday 10/10
U of A Game Night: Saturday 10/10 and 10/24
College Night: Thursday 10/29
Halloween Night: Saturday 10/31
Buckelew Farm is located at 17000 W. Ajo Way, Tucson AZ 85735. For more information on Buckelew Farm and its various Halloween events, check out BuckelewFarm.com
Buckelew Farm is family owned and operated. Supporting local businesses keeps money in the local economy. The Tucson Citizen recently reported (November 2012), for every dollar that is spent at a local store, 68% of that goes to the local community through taxes and payroll. The Buckelew family lives locally in Tucson, grow their own crops, hire employees locally and keep money in the local economy.