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“Best Fall Festival in Denver!!!”
Review of Anderson Farms

Anderson Farms
Ranked #1 of 10 things to do in Erie
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Owner description: Anderson Farms is an agritainment venue offering fall family fun. Activities include hayrides to the pumpkin patch, a 30 corn maze, farm animals including a buffalo, pedal karts, barrel train, gem mining, kiddie korral playground and more! For the more adventurous crowd try Terror in the Corn, a haunted hayride and ghost town.
Reviewed October 20, 2012

This is the happiest place on earth, when it comes to Fall Festivals! We go every year and it never disappoints. Beautifully decorated with pumpkins & flowers, awesome corn mazes with fun games to play, tractor ride into the pumpkin patches(tons to pick from), farm animals to feed/pet, petal cars for both young/older kids, barrel car/train ride, tractor cart ride, food vendors, hay bail maze that the kids love to climb/run on, little kids attractions, great place to spend a beautiful fall Colorado day outside! When nighttime arrives, they have a campfire and other fire pits avail. for private parties, haunted corn field & zombie paintball(we have not gone to this, so I cannot give you any personal opinions). My advice...go mid to late afternoon when the crowds thin out. You can spend hours here...great place to spend the day with the family!!!

Thank reneelyn3
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Reviewed September 24, 2012

We went there yesterday and had tons of fun! The place was easy to find. We had a coupon which got my DD4 in for free. It was our first visit there, first time walking in a corn field, and first time seeing a REAL pumpkin patch (instead of just an empty field with pumpkins scattered around). We fed the goats, lama, cows and buffalos. We rode the wagons, barrel cars, and petal cart. Not only we left the farm with three pumpkins but also fun family memory that we will treasure for a long long time.

Thank yaya74_12
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Reviewed July 24, 2012

A great place to take the kids and enjoy the outdoors. There are plenty of rides and games to entertain the kids as well the giant corn maze to challenge yourself. They have festival type food, bands that play music, and hundreds of pumpkins to choose from. It's well worth the visit!

Thank ghecko13
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Reviewed December 22, 2011

Great corn maze. Very challenging to find your way through the maze created with GPS. Beautiful farm.

Thank Weskicolo
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Reviewed October 31, 2011

We make the trip to the Fall Festival every year. We have been to a few others in the area and don't like them as much. Anderson Farms has a lot for the whole family. We love that you get to take the tractor out to the pumpkin patch and see the animals on the way. We also love the interactive corn mazes. This year was the first time we have used the attractions for the smaller children and my toddler loved the barrel train and wanted to go again and again. There are a lot of great locations for family photos with a fall theme. It seems each year they add new stuff and make it a little nicer.
A couple of tips- #1 Look into buying your tickets online ahead of time. There is a LONG line to get in on weekends (especially in good weather). Buying tickets ahead of time, will save you lots of time and headache with small children. #2 Closed toed shoes are advised for the pumpkin patch and cornmaze so no one gets injured or scratched up. #3 Strollers are allowed, but I don't recommend them for the corn maze. For small children, I recommend hiking backpacks and for bigger ones, they love to find their way through the corn on their own. It is really bumpy and hard terrain to navigate with a stroller. #4 Be prepared for a long line if you plan to attend the Terror in the Corn haunted house. My husband and older daughter waited 2.5 hours! #5 Plan several hours for your trip. Between the pumpkin patch, corn maze and other attractions you can easily spend a day there. You can bring in snacks I believe or else, their food is good and inexpensive for an attraction. HAVE FUN!

Thank wheelerfam
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