If you’re looking for some Fall Fun in Southern Utah, you’ll love Staheli Family Farm. Farm attractions include the corn maze, pumpkin patch, Spooky Trick or Treat trail, Field of Screams, farmland and Zombie Rampage.  Staheli Farms also hosts some fantastic farm witches throughout the season.  This event continues to get bigger and better each year with lots of activities for all ages. On average, October brings in 30,000 visitors to Staheli Farms!

corn maze at staheli farm

You can leisurely wander through the corn maze, or run for your life through the Field of Screams! The Field of Screams is a haunted attraction with live performers, strobe lights, fog effect, loud noises, realistic effects and cinematic gore.  “All ages are welcome, but only the brave will come”  Recommended for ages 12 and old.

One of the newer attractions is the Zombie Rampage. You board a giant monster zombie bus equipped with paintball guns mounted in all the windows.  As the bus drives through the zombie junkyard, passengers aim and shoot at “live” zombies roaming the area.Staheli Farm

You can pick your own pumpkin from the pumpkin patch to take home!  Choose the perfect pumpkin, pick it, weigh it and pay for it right there.  The pumpkin patch is a great spot for fall photos too!  Come early in the season though, because the vines tend to dry out and there are fewer pumpkins to choose from close to Halloween.

This real working farm is complete with sights, sounds, smells and more to give it that country feel.  You can ride the cow train, slide down the corn slide, take a wagon ride, climb the “dirt hill” or feed the farm animals.

Event Details:

  • Dates: Friday September 25, 2020 – Saturday October 31, 2020
  • Times: 5:00 pm to 11:00 pm  Some days the farm will open at noon, check their website for daily operating hours
  • Location: 3400 South Washington Fields Road, Washington UT
  • Admission: $10-$12 for general admission to corn maze and farmland , $20 for Field of Screams admission
  • Website: http://www.stahelifamilyfarm.com

History of Staheli Family Farm

The Staheli family farm is made up of 350 acres that was established in 1889 by Frank Staheli Sr.  He was a vegetable farmer who immigrated from Switzerland and was also one of Washington UT’s first mayors. Frank built the first rock irrigation ditches in Southern Utah that became the primary irrigation system that is still used today.

Over the years, the farm has been used for many agricultural reasons through a university extension program that has been a major player in the St. George UT and surrounding areas. Today, the family farm is primarily used to produce sugar beets, alfalfa, corn and beef.

Fall 2020 attractions include: Corn maze, Field of Screams, pumpkin patch, Spooky Trail Trick or Treating, farmland, Meet the Witches, Witches night out, petting zoo, nightly entertainment, yummy treats and food.

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