10 Best Corn Mazes in the Bay Area for 2020
Let’s get lost in a corn maze! Yes, even in 2020.
These insane twists and turns of nature used to be done manually, but now they’re mostly done by GPS and computer-controlled machines. We’ve rounded up the best corn mazes open for 2020 around the greater Bay Area, plus we’ve also thrown in a few smaller corn mazes and hay mazes if you’re looking for something more old school.
Please always check with the venue first before attending. We’ve done our best to make sure everything is accurate for 2020, but prices, details, and hours can change, so please contact the venue first.
And as always in these times, please make sure you wear a mask and practice social distancing. Please stay home if you are not feeling well. See specific Covid-precautions and rules for each farm listed on their websites.
Petaluma Pumpkin Patch & Amazing Corn Maze
Day Maze open daily: 10am until 6pm; Friday and Saturday Night Maze: 6-10pm.
Petaluma Pumpkin Patch | 450 Stony Point Rd. Petaluma, CA 94952 (North Bay) – confirmed 10/7/20
The 4 acre Amazing Corn Maze offers everyone a challenge, young and old alike. Think of walking through 10 foot tall corn stalks, with only one way out; the course usually takes at least 45 minutes to complete. Corn Maze Daytime Admission is $7; evening is $10.
The Great Peter Pumpkin Patch & Hay Maze
Open Weekdays: 9am – 4pm; Weekends 9am – 5pm
Peter Pumpkin Patch | 4235 Spring Hill Rd.. Petaluma, CA (North Bay) – confirmed 10/7/20
This pumpkin patch features tons of free activities including learning how to milk a cow, a free hay maze and hay pyramid, and free hay rides. Plus you can pick your own organic pumpkin, eat some pumpkin ice cream, and listen to live music on the weekends.
Sonoma County’s Largest Corn Maze
Day Maze: 11am – 6pm; Night Maze: Fri-Sat 6-10pm & Sun 6-8pm
Santa Rosa Pumpkin Patch | 5157 Stony Point Rd, Santa Rosa, CA 95407 (North Bay) – confirmed 10/7/20
This 30-acre family farm is packed with fun fall activities including Sonoma County’s largest corn maze (8 acres) for $6. They’ve reduced some of the attractions for 2020, but they’re still offering hay rides ($4), a cow train ride ($5), a petting zoo ($4), Straw Mountain, a country tire swing, photo ops, and pony rides ($10 – available Saturday & Sunday 11am-5pm).
Half Moon Bay
Minotaur’s Labyrinth Hay Maze
Sun – Thu: 9am – 6:30pm; Fri & Sat: 9am – 10:30pm
Arata’s Pumpkin Farm | 185 Verde Rd, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019 (Peninsula) – confirmed 10/8/20
Venture on your wild side and take a trip in the Minotaur’s Labyrinth Hay Maze. The maze covers over 2 acres and is constructed entirely out of 7-8 foot tall bales of hay with a completely new design every year. Maze pricing is $15 during day and $20 at night. There’s also a hay ride ($5), a petting zoo ($5), a train ride ($5), pony rides ($10), and a 6 acre corn field that’s perfect for instagramming. Parking is $20, but includes a $10 voucher valid towards a pumpkin purchase.
Webb Ranch Pumpkin Patch & Free Hay Maze
Open 9/24 – 10/31 from 10am to 6pm, but activities are only open on weekends
Webb Ranch Family Farm | 2718 Alpine Road, Portola Valley, CA 94028 (Peninsula) – confirmed 10/8/20
In past years, Webb Ranch has offered activities for free or à la carte; however, in 2020, they are offering a $20 Activity Pass for an 80 minute session of unlimited activities: Hay Ride, Train Ride, Corn Maze, Petting Zoo, and Reptile Zoo. It’s recommended to purchase your timed activity pass in advance. It’s free to enter the pumpkin patch, and there’s free parking.
Clancy’s Pumpkin Patch & Mini Hay Maze
Open daily through Halloween – 9am to 9pm
Clancy’s Pumpkin Patch | 2101 Sloat Sloat Blvd & 1620 7th Ave., San Francisco (San Francisco) – confirmed 10/8/20
New for 2020, Clancy’s now has two pumpkin patches in The City. You’ll find a wide variety of pumpkins as well as gourds, corn stalks, and Indian corn. During October, come see the ghosts in the trees, the scarecrows in their patch, and crawl through the fort. You can even take a hayride in the middle of San Francisco.
Road Trip – Central Valley
Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch
Thu: 10am-6pm; Fri-Sun: 10am-10pm
Swank Farms | 4751 Pacheco Pass Highway, Hollister, California (Road Trip – Central Valley) – confirmed 10/8/20
Swank Farms Corn Maze was listed as one of the most insane corn mazes in America on Reader’s Digest online magazine. “Fall Days” features access to the farm, pumpkin patch, sunflower field, corn mazes, & photo ops. Stay until nightfall for Trail of Lights & Frights when thousands of dazzling lights illuminate the farm. “Fall Days” advanced admission: $13.95; gate: $16.95; Including Tail of Lights & Frights: $21.95
Dell’Osso Family Farm
Open through 10/31; Mon-Thu: Noon-8pm; Fri: Noon-9pm; Sat: 10am-9pm; Sun: 10am-8pm
Dell’Osso Family Farm | 501 Manthey Rd., Lathrop (Road Trip – Central Valley) – confirmed 10/8/20
Dell’Osso Farm was founded in the 1920s and now every October hosts a Corn Maze, a Haunted Castle, a train ride, animals, giant slide, a haunted village and much more. Most everything is included with general admission – including the huge elaborate corn maze – which is $15 Monday through Thursday, and $17 on Friday through Sunday.
Fantozzi Farms Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch
Open through October 31, 2019
Mon-Thu: 4-7pm; Fri 4-10pm; Sat 10am-10pm; Sun 10am-8pm
Fantozzi Farms | 2665 Sperry Ave., Patterson, CA (Road Trip – Central Valley) – confirmed 10/8/20
The corn mazes cover approximately 25 acres and include over 5 miles of paths. Within the mazes are 12 hidden checkpoints for you to find. Find them all and receive a free medium-sized pumpkin. New for 2020, they’ll have a drive-through Haunted Maze on Fridays and Saturdays from 7-10pm. Your ticket to the Corn Maze includes access to the Courtyard with free hay rides, a huge jumping pillow, giant pipe slides, a hay bale labyrinth, a petting zoo and more. Corn Maze admission is $10; Drive-thru Haunted Maze is $20/vehicle.
Dave’s Pumpkin Patch & Cornival
Sunday through Thursday: 10am to 7pm; Friday and Saturday: 10am to 9pm
Vierra Farms | 3010 Burrows Ave, West Sacramento, CA 95691 (Road Trip – Central Valley) – confirmed 10/8/20
Dave’s Pumpkin Patch is the largest pumpkin patch in the Sacramento area. The corn maze features 10 acres of planted corn in a new mind-boggling design. The popular labyrinth, that drew thousands of visitors last fall, will once again get curious maze-goers lost when it opens to the public. There’s also a Cornival with Hayrides, a Kiddie Hay Maze, Jumping Pillow, Pig Races, farm animals, a hay pyramid, Pumpkin Princesses and the Pumpkin Chunkin’. Weekday tickets: $7; Sat & Sun: $16
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