Corn Mazes and Events in Davis County

halloween-1782588_640The mountains being peppered with changing colors means Halloween is just around the corner. Soon the allure of all the fun, exciting and even spooky adventures will be too strong resist. Give in to temptation with these corn mazes and other seasonal activities in Davis County.

Black Island Farms

Utah’s largest corn maze offers plenty of family fun for everyone. Family owned and operated for more than 50 years, Black Island Farms invites you to visit them September 23 through October 31. Aside from their large corn maze, they provide an animal alley, bonfires, a cow train, grain shoot slide, bounce house, pumpkin patch and more. Plan a visit or field trip today to their nightmare acres, harvest hayride, corn maze or more.

Monster Mash and Dash

This Saturday (Oct. 14) bring the whole family out for the Monster Mash and Dash 5K. Located at Heritage Park in Kaysville from 5 to 7:30 p.m. The event features a Zombie Dash for children ages 8 and under, a 5k race that routes runners along the city cemetery, pumpkin painting, princess party, spooky storytelling, pie eating contest and more. Please visit the Kaysville City’s website for more information.

Halloween BOO-NANZA

Every year the Clearfield Aquatic and Fitness Center creates a truly haunting experience at their annual Halloween Boo-nanza. Join other heroes and villains on Oct. 21. Festivities start at 5:30 p.m. with the costume parade. Participants also can enjoy a haunted house, princess pumpkin patch, buccaneer balloon blast, train rides, spooky canoe rides and so much more.

Harvest Moon Festival

Say farewell to summer with one of Ogden’s largest events of the year, the 16th Annual Harvest Moon Festival begins September 23. The festival will take place on Historic 25th Street from noon to 8 p.m. With a variety of activities, art, games and performances there is sure to be something for everyone to enjoy.autumn-flowers-1789975_640

One of Ogden’s largest events of the year, Harvest Moon celebrates the end-of-summer with family-friendly activities, live music, a beer garden, arm wrestling and much more. Committed to locally owned and operated business, Historic 25th Street on-site restaurants will be serving food and beverages throughout the day.

Entrance into the event is free and children’s activity wrist bands are just $3. Children’s activities include art projects, make and take crafts, face painting, a climbing wall and more. Kid’s activities start at noon and end at 5 p.m.

The event is produced and hosted by the Ogden Downtown Alliance. A non-profit group that features local businesses, community partners and live entertainment. As such, the event doesn’t accept any vendor applications.

Community partners helping support the event and activities include Liquid Canvas, Ogden Nature Center, Nurture the Creative Mind, Eccles Community Art Center and more.

The Main Stage Schedule is as follows:

Noon – Young Valley Boys

1:30 p.m. – Tony Holiday & The Velvetones

3:00 p.m. – The Johnny Utahs

4:30 p.m. – Troubador 77

5:30 p.m. – Endless Indulgence Fashion Show

6:15 p.m. – Sammy Brue

Visit Historic 25th for more information regarding the community stage and arm wrestling tournament schedule.