Our CORN MAZE and PUMPKIN PATCH are open every day!

$8.00 per person for entry to corn maze; includes 1 pumpkin of any size, any type!

(That's cheaper than ANY other pumpkin patch and corn maze in town!!)

Kids 5 and under are free; does not include pumpkin.

At Colon Orchards!

3175 Grandview Avenue, Canon City, CO


Bring your kiddos in costume on Halloween (next Saturday) and we will give them a FREE striped pumpkin! Limit to one pumpkin per child. Happy Pumpkin Picking!

*Unfortunately, due to a dramatic freeze Southern Colorado faced in November 2014, we will not be able to offer our U-pick apples. We are in the process of re-planting our orchard.*

We DO allow families to take their dogs with them through the corn maze and pumpkin patch. We only ask that your pooch stays out of the marketplace, where food is sold, and that he or she is leashed and picked up after.



     Colon Orchards is a 4th generation farm in the heart of the Arkansas River Valley, owned by Mannie Colon and managed by his daughter Britt:


              Colon Orchards grows heritage apples using Integrated Pest Management, as well as a large selection of pumpkins, cucumbers, summer & winter squash, tomatoes and much, much more.  

We sell locally grown fruits, vegetables, pasta, honey, jams and jellies that are featured from all over the state of Colorado. The corn maze is surely a treat and a different design each year. 

We always have a great stock of frozen chilis and carry many locals' favorite products such as Buzzy Bee Honey, Women's Bean Project mixes, Honeyville Products, local dry beans, popcorn, Annie B's caramels, Italian Pizzelle cookies and more.

Colon Orchards sells meat, too! We offer beef and pork, raised right and with no antibiotics or hormones added.

Come see the amazing variety of local products we carry!

The farm stand is open DAILY from July through December, 9 am to 6 pm.


Colon Orchards sells high-quality hay year-round for fair prices.

Feel free to call us if you have any questions!


Colon Orchards: "You have to grow it to get it fresher." 

Established in 1937