Discount ticket for Muddy Boots Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze in Duvall, WA

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There are a lot of fun activities that come to mind when you think of fall.  But a truly special one is a corn maze.  There is something so fun about finding your way out of a life-size maze.

One place to do that in the Seattle, Washington area is at Muddy Boots Pumpkins & Corn Maze.  It is located at 15505 W Snoqualmie River Rd NE in Duvall, Washington.  And they have a great corn maze.

And this is no ordinary corn maze.  No, this corn maze is full of dead ends and scarecrows.  Yes, scarecrows.  In fact, you actually to find all scarecrows as this is not just a corn maze, but a scavenger hunt.

Want to make this corn maze even more thrilling?  Grab a flashlight and come at night and see if you can complete it in the dark!

Other Activities

There are other activities at Muddy Boots, too, and not just the corn maze.  There is a pumpkin patch where you can pick your own pumpkin that you can carve into a jack-o-lantern for Halloween or use to make pumpkin pies.

There are also sunflowers!  You can walk through 8 acres of sunflowers and pick your own sunflowers to take home!

There are also firepits on site where you can roast s’mores and drink fresh hot apple cider.

Promo Code

Looking for a promo code to help you save money on the corn maze at Muddy Boots?  Click here and you can automatically save up to 36% on your corn maze ticket.  No promo code is even needed, either, the saving is automatic!

Your discounted ticket includes U Pick Sunflower Admission as well as a mason jar to fill with sunflowers.

Additional Information About Muddy Boots

Muddy Boots is open starting Sept 24th, 2023 through October 31st, 2023.  It is open from 10:00 am until dark on the weekdays.  On Friday & Saturday nights it is open until 10:00 pm.

Muddy Boots is owned by the Roetciseonders, who are fourth-generation farmers in the Snoqualmie Valley.