Fall Fun at Staheli Family Farm


The Staheli Family Farm is located in Washington, Utah, ten minutes outside St. George, Utah. This year is the farm’s 21st year of “fall fun and family traditions.” The fall attractions, such as the haunted house, the corn maze, and the pumpkin patch, are open from the end of September until the end of October. Staheli closes their farm on Sundays. 

Staheli Family Farms suggests that people wear “comfortable, closed-toe shoes” and bring a jacket in case the weather gets chilly.

 The farm has bumpy, dirt terrain, so especially on rainy days, be prepared to wear older shoes because the mud will get on them. 

General admission into the Corn Maze, Farmland play area, and pumpkin patch is priced at $14. Children two and younger are free. This ticket price doesn’t include admission into their haunted house, which is $25. The farm also offers a season pass with “daily General Admission with four entries to the Field of Screams,” priced at $80.

Are you looking forward to picking a pumpkin? The current pumpkin price is calculated at 39 cents per pound. They have various-sized pumpkins on their patch. People can rent orange wheelbarrows, pick pumpkins from a crate or a row of pumpkins on the ground, and weigh their pumpkins.  

The Field of Screams is the most popular attraction at the farm. People walk through a labyrinth turning corners to come face to face with various scary characters. There were clowns, scary dolls, and other deranged horror figures this year. The end of the maze was the terrifying part of the haunted house. I guess you’ll have to see for yourself!

If you’re looking for an activity the whole family can enjoy, you can get lost in the Corn Maze! The farm grows corn stocks during the summer and clears a pattern for farm-goers to walk through. There are enough lights to walk through the maze without needing a flashlight. 

You can end your night at the fast-food restaurant Culvers with a butter burger, a side of cheese curds, and a frozen custard. If you missed the farm this year, check it out next fall!