When it comes to dishing up the most smiles possible for Halloween – even some haunted fun – pumpkin farms and corn and hay-bale maze vendors in Southern Idaho really know how to do things right.

They’ve got everything from extensive mazes, mini-mazes for young kids, train rides, kid slides, corn cannons, farmer’s markets with fresh food, pumpkin patches for custom pumpkin-picking, haunted mazes on weekends, games, refreshments and more.

Are you looking for some fall festivities to add to your October getaway? Try breaking out of the mold, and visit these properties in Southern Idaho.

Listen to what visitors had to say about these unique Halloween venues in Southern Idaho:

Sierra May just took her daughter to the Twin Falls Corn Maze for her 6th birthday. “Everyone had a great time, so much for the kiddos to do! Staff is friendly and productive. Thank you Twin Falls Corn Maze!”  May said on Facebook.

Kristin Higgins enjoyed the Burley Straw Maze and Pumpkin Patch “Amesome family fun! Everyone was so nice and helpful. The peddle cars and the swings were so fun, and the Trolls are adorable. We highly recommend the Burley Straw Maze.”

Here are more details about the mazes and pumpkin patches in Southern Idaho:

Twin Falls Corn Maze – Billed as the largest maze in Southern Idaho, the Twin Falls Corn Maze also features a bounce house, hay rides, corn and apple cannons, and a zombie paintball course. The maze itself is spread over 12 acres with more than 5 miles of trails.

Tubbs Berry Farm Pumpkin Patch and Straw Maze in Twin Falls – The maze is recommended for kids 10 and over, and they provide a kid playground for the young ones, plus hay rides, corn cannon, pumpkin slingshot, petting zoo, concessions, and the opportunity to buy fresh fruit from the berry farm, not to mention the perfect pumpkins for your home Halloween display.

Burley Straw Maze and Pumpkin Patch – Lots of activities including the maze, pumpkin patch, hay rides, barrel trail, jump pad, zip line, hay slide, and concessions. The maze is haunted on Saturday nights. They are closed on Sunday.  Visit the Albion Haunted Mansions to complete your spooky Saturday round up.

Magic Valley Corn Maze and Haunted Forest in Hansen – Also features kids games, corn cannon, campfire, petting zoo, Magic Valley express, sunflower patch and snack shack.

Crismor’s Pumpkin Patch – Located right off the Thousand Springs Scenic Byway in Buhl. Visitors will find rows upon rows of bright orange pumpkins. Families can enjoy picking them straight from the field and navigating through winding trails of the corn maze.

We’d recommend trying to tour as many of the pumpkin patches and mazes during the Halloween season to maximize on the fun quotient! Don’t forget your glow sticks, headlamps or flashlights.