Find our updated list of 2020 California corn mazes. We have information on corn mazes near Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Jose, San Diego, Sacramento, and more big California cities. Many of these also have a pumpkin patch.
Visitors this fall can get lost in a daytime corn maze, the daylights scared out of you in haunted mazes with bloodied actors and actresses wielding weapons, as well as more difficult options such as flashlight and moonlight mazes. You’ll find options with small mazes designed for kids and large, challenging ones to keep adults occupied for a long time. And don’t forget about the other fall activities that occur on these farms including pumpkin patches, hayrides, farm animals and children’s activities. It’s one of the best parts of September and October!
Don’t forget to check out their websites for additional information, hours and prices.
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Bishop’s Pumpkin Farm - Wheatland, CA
Open daily from the middle of September through November 5th. Pick your own pumpkins priced as marked, with some giant pumpkins weighing over 100 pounds available early in the season. Hayrides, 3 acre cornfield maze, petting zoo, zipline, pony rides and play area. Let your kids mine Coyote Mountain for marbles. A variety of foods and gifts are available including fresh apple cider and fudge. Enjoy the Naspig races, eat a caramel apple or catch a ride on the BPF Railroad. Have you seen their famous singing chickens yet? Free parking Monday through Thursday. Paid parking Friday through Sunday. Admission is free. Purchase bundled tickets to save on per activity charges. Bishop’s Pumpkin Farm is one of the most popular farms in the country with over 34,000 Facebook likes. Their address is 1415 Pumpkin Lane, Wheatland, California. It is about 36 miles north of Sacramento.
Bobby Dazzler’s Pumpkin Patch & Milo Maze - Davis, CA
Their season opens in late September. Open weekends, they have a pumpkin patch, hay pyramids, petting zoo, face painting and a milo maze. There are around 50 varieties of pumpkins, gourds, squash, etc. for you to select from in the fall. They grow all of their own pumpkins – some are brought in from their other local fields and some are left on the vine for you to discover and cut yourself. Pumpkins are sold by size and variety, not by weight. Free admission, free parking and free wagon use while in the patch. Milo Maze is five feet high and two acres in size. It take between 20-40 minutes to complete successfully. Maze specialists keep an eye on you from the watch tower in case you want to give up in the middle of it! Locally owned and operated for more than 30 years. They also have decorations such as corn stalks, Indian corn and hay bales for sale. Their address is 23300 County Road 99D, Davis, CA. (caution GPS might be inaccurate). It is about 19 miles west of Sacramento.
Cool Patch Pumpkins - Dixon, CA
This popular location opens on in late September. Enjoy their pumpkin patch, large corn maze, hayrides and 5 acre kid zone. Matt and Mark Cooley started growing pumpkins in 2000 before adding the corn maze a few years later. Cool Patch is a popular farm with over 8,000 Facebook likes. Their address is 6150 Dixon Avenue West, Dixon, California. It is about 20 miles west of Sacramento.
CSU Pumpkin Festival - Pomona, CA
The festival runs each October. Cal Poly Pomona’s annual pumpkin festival is one weekend in October offering pumpkins right out of their patch. Thousands of pumpkins will be available. Corn maze, petting zoo, horse rides and kids activities available for a weekend of fun. The insect fair features 500,000 live and preserved insects for your viewing pleasure. Play the games available in the student booths. Join them in the morning for the pancake breakfast. The festival happens on Saturday and Sunday from 8 AM to 5 PM. Admission and parking are free. There is a cost to food and activities. Pumpkins from the patch are $5. Proceeds benefit the College of Agriculture student clubs and activities. The Farm Store at Kellogg Ranch puts on this event and has over 4,206 Facebook likes. Their address is 4102 S. University Drive, Pomona, CA 91768. It is about 27 miles east of downtown Los Angeles.
Delfino Farms - Camino, CA
The former Kids Inc is all grown up! Run by second and third generation Delfinos, the apple orchards are not only sending apples to the bakery to continue Grandma Joan’s recipes, but will also be used in a hard cider named after her mother. The grapes planted in years past will soon be used in the first offerings of the new winery, Edio Vineyards. You can still find pumpkins here too, and a corn maze, barnyard animals, nature trail, and apple barn. One of the original Apple Hill orchards, this farm is located about 50 miles east of Sacramento.
Fantozzi Farms - Patterson, CA
Opens for the season in late September. Paul Fantozzi is a fourth generation apricot farmer who opened their first maze and patch in 2003. The farm is open for fall fun Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from late September through Halloween. Also features a 25 acre corn maze with 5 miles of paths and 12 hidden checkpoints. Haunted maze on Friday and Saturday nights in October. Their address is 2665 Sperry Ave., Patterson, California. It is about 19 miles southwest of Modesto.
Forneris Farms - Mission Hills, CA
The fall events start in October with the Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze. Open daily to early November. Pre-harvested pumpkins in Los Angeles County. Farm activities include 4 acre cornfield maze, tractor pulled train ride, pony rides (weekends) and petting zoo (weekends). Farm frolic area has hay pyramid, mini maze and giant pumpkin jumper. The pumpkin patch, farm entry, and parking are free. Lots of other activities including corn maze with paid admission. About the farm: John Forneris is a third generation farmer that opened his first farm stand in 1966. Their address is 15200 Rinaldi Street, Mission Hills, CA. It is about 23 miles northeast of downtown Los Angeles.
G&M Farms - Livermore, CA
Open daily in October. Featured twice on the David Letterman show. Voted best seasonal attraction in the East Bay by Diablo Magazine. Pumpkin patch offers pumpkins of all sizes available for purchase. Cornfield maze is priced at $7-10 with children 5 and under free. Weekend attractions includes pony rides, cow train, barnyard blasters and pedal carts. They also have farm animals. Also one weekend in October they feature a haunted maze. Easy freeway access off I-580. Their address is 487 East Airway, Livermore, CA 94551. It is about 33 miles east of Oakland.
Joan’s Farm - Livermore, CA
Pick your pumpkin from the patch is open daily in October with hay ride, maze, farm animals, gem panning (weekends) and pony rides (weekends). Also they have a gift shop, refreshments, antique museum, and old west town. Their address is 4351 Mines Road, Livermore, CA 94550. It is about 39 miles east of Oakland.
Nash Ranch - Redding, CA
Open daily and weekends in October. A Shasta County pumpkin patch since 1991, although the Nash family had been farming there since 1953. 15 acre patch with 30 varieties of pumpkins, squash and gourds. Ten acre corn maze with night maze on Friday and Saturday nights. Dreams of Darkness haunted house has been operating there for more than 20 years. Special events: antique tractor show one weekend in October. Their address is 10901 Old Oregon Trail, Redding, CA. It is about 35 miles north of Red Bluff, California.
Petaluma Pumpkin Patch - Petaluma, CA
Pumpkin patch opens September 27th. Features is a 5 acre pumpkin patch and 4 acre corn maze by a 4th generation Petaluma farmer. Pumpkins priced by size starting at $1 each with giant pumpkins available. Over 35 varieties of pumpkins available. Maze generally takes 45 minutes to complete with a night maze on Friday and Saturday nights. Located alongside Highway 101, they have provided family fun on the farm for more than 20 years. Their address is 450 Stony Point Road, Petaluma, CA 94952. It is about 43 miles north of San Francisco.
Pine O’Mine Ranch - Placerville, CA
Located on an old Christmas tree farm, this apple orchard has tons of fall fun. Pick your own apples or grab some from the barn in four varieties, pick your pumpkins, go on a hayride, take a walk through the corn maze or haunted maze, grab some caramel corn or a drink from the cafe, and more! They are located about 50 miles east of Sacramento.
Pumpkin Station - Seven Locations, CA
Pick your own pumpkins, corn maze and tractor hay wagon at the Rancho Bernardo and Bonita locations. Other locations have pre-picked pumpkins in a “patch” area with play area, train ride and ferris wheel. Seven locations in the San Diego area. Located in Rancho Bernardo, Bonita, Delmar, National City, El Cajon, and Mission Valley.
R.A.M. Farms Inc. - Turlock, CA
Pumpkin patch opens daily starting September 21st and corn maze starts late September. Pick your pumpkins from the field. Kids can visit the hay maze, scary shed, pedal tractors, sand box and go pumpkin bowling with pumpkin purchase. Also popular is their 20 acre corn maze that is open daily in October. Flashlight nights on weekends. Located 10 minutes south of Modesto off Highway 99. Their address is 716 N Daubenberger Rd., Turlock, California. It is about 15 miles southeast of Modesto.
Smith Family Farm - Knightsen, CA
Annual pumpkin harvest fun includes pick your own pumpkins, corn maze, live music and barnyard animals. Lots of fun and activities in October. Opened by the Smith family in the late 1970s. They also harvest and sell lots of Christmas trees. Smith Family Farm is very popular with over 12,368 Facebook likes. Their address is 4430 Sellers Ave., Knightsen, CA. It is about 45 miles east of Oakland.
Swank Farms - Hollister, CA
Corn maze and pumpkin patch opens late September with their big Fall Festival. Dick and Bonnie Swank started the pumpkin patch and corn maze here in 2000, although their family had been farming and raising cows on the land since 1929. They also have a pumpkin sling shot, giant jumping pillow, corn cannon, pedal karts, gem mining and sumo wrestling. They are open daily in October. They also feature a Terror In the Corn maze after dark at another location. Swank Farms has more than 9,800 Facebook likes.
The Pumpkin Farm - Citrus Heights, CA
Open every day in October except on Monday’s. A 12 acre pumpkin farm with more than 100 tons of pumpkins. Also available for fall fun are a corn maze, hayride and farm zoo. Jumping castle, tower slides and Go-Kart Train rides available. Haunted barn with hungry creatures ready to gobble up your kids! Celebrates the 46th year of operation in 2020. Closed on Mondays. $5 parking on the last two weekends of October. Their address is 7736 Old Auburn Rd., Citrus Heights, California. It is about 16 miles east of Sacramento.
Uesugi Farms Morgan Hill Pumpkin Park - San Martin, CA
Morgan Hill pumpkin park is open every day in October with special music entertainment on Saturday and Sunday. Enjoy a 2 acre corn maze, train rides, pumpkin pyramid, pumpkin blaster, carousel, petting corral and pony rides. Petting corral with friendly farm animals including a miniature donkey. Pumpkin blaster shoots mini pumpkins at targets at 90 mph. Hay jump for kids as well as pony rides on the weekends. The cow train is a favorite with the kids. See Uesegi Farms ion the narrated enchanted hayride or take a hayride to Butterfly Valley to learn about the colorful, winged creatures. Pumpkin pyramid has more than 4000 pumpkins stacked. Pumpkin blaster shoots mini pumpkins at targets at 90 mph. Last year, the World Record pumpkin at their Annual Giant Pumpkin Weigh-off in mid-October weighed in at over 2,000 pounds. Free admission. Parking fee is $5 on the weekends. Attractions cost between $2 and $7 per person. All ride park passes available with savings to the per attraction price. Their address is 14485 Monterey Road, San Martin, CA 95046. It is about 24 miles south of San Jose.
Uncle Ray’s Pumpkin Patch - West Sacramento, CA
Open every day from October 1st through October 31st. “You only pay for the pumpkins.” A working Yolo County farm with pick your own pumpkins, free tractor-pulled hayrides, free corn and hay mazes and Pumpkin Train. Open daily in October. The Sacramento River Train stops at Uncle Ray’s on Sundays in October and includes on train entertainment and complimentary pumpkin. Their address is 19376 Old River Road, West Sacramento, CA 95691. It is about 10 miles northwest of Sacramento.
Underwood Family Farms - Moorpark, CA
Open October 1st through 31st this fall. This is their 22nd Anniversary. Pick your own pumpkins. The fall harvest festival includes live music, tractor-drawn wagon rides, corn maze, kid’s corral, pedal tractors and animal center. Special event weekends include Friends of the Farm weekend, Folk Festival, Antique Tractor weekend, Wild West weekend and All About Pumpkins. Their address is 3370 Sunset Valley Rd., Moorpark, CA 93021.
Vierra Farms Dave’s Pumpkin Patch - West Sacramento, CA
Opening this year in late September. Dave’s Pumpkin Patch is located at Vierra Farms. 2 acres of different varieties of u-pick pumpkins. 10 acre corn maze requires around an hour to make it through the two miles and 85 decision points. Cornival with ten family friendly fun activities including hay rides, pig races, hay maze, jumping pillow and farm animals. Admission to the cornival is $8.50-10 or you can purchase activities individually. Family pack admission also available. Free fancy photobooth to capture the memories! At night, the Deadly Harvest is a horrific haunted event open Friday and Saturday nights and the week of Halloween. Their address is 3010 Burrows Ave., West Sacramento, California. It is about 7 miles west of downtown Sacramento.
Country Pumpkins – Orland, CA
Open daily in October. Ten acre corn maze is per person during the day, which is donated to 4-H. Night maze on first Friday and Saturday of October is per person. Haunted maze on 2nd, 3rd, & 4th Friday and Saturday nights in October for per person. Five acre pumpkin patch with pumpkins from $1 to $50 depending on size. Located east of Chico between Sacramento and Redding.
Location: 7152 California 32, Orland, CA 95963
Amador Flower Farm – Plymouth, CA
Started in 1994 as a direct mail business selling daylilies, the farm now covers 14 acres with a pumpkin patch and corn maze open daily from late September through Halloween. Free admission. Farm animals, hay bale maze and free tram ride (weekends). Fall festival is the first weekend of October.
Location: 22001 Shenandoah School Road, Plymouth, CA 95669
Pumpkin Maze – Lathrop, CA – 20 Acres
Annual corn maze. Lathrop is located south of Stockton, California.
Location: 501 S. Manthey Road, Lathrop, CA 95330
Cornfield Maze Pumpkin Patch – Madera, California. Open mid-October through Halloween. $5 pumpkin patch admission fee includes unlimited tri-cycle track, bounce house and hay stack mountain. 2 years and under are free. Pumpkins are extra. Kid-friendly corn maze for families is $6-8. Black-Out Maze for teenagers and college student is $10-15. Located about 16 miles northwest of Fresno on Highway 99 & Ave 7, one mile north of Herndon Ave. Their address is 7451 Rd. 32, Madera, CA.
Bear Creek Pumpkins – Le Grand, California. Open from late September through Halloween. 4 acre corn maze. Pumpkin prices start and vary by size/type. Located east of Merced between Fresno and Modesto. Their address is 3000 Plainsburg Rd., Le Grand, California. It is about 50 miles northwest of Fresno.
Vossler Farms – Visalia, CA
Celebrating their 20th anniversary they operate both a corn maze and pumpkin patch. Also on site at night is a haunted attraction called Field of Screams. Location: 26773 South Mooney Blvd., Visalia,CA
Big Horse Feed – Temecula, CA – 11+ Acres
They cut their Southern California cornfield maze which borders Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton in a patriotic theme annually. The corn maze and pumpkin patch both open daily starting September 27th. Lots of fun farm attractions and activities. Location: 33320 Temecula Parkway, Temecula, CA 92592
Peltzer Farms – Temecula, CA – 1 Acre
A Temecula pumpkin patch that has a one acre cornfield maze.
Location: 39925 Calle Contento, Temecula, CA 92591