Corn & Hay Mazes

Get lost. No really, get lost this Halloween in some of the most epic corn and hay mazes around. The following places have worked hard creating corn or hay maze this Halloween to fill your inner maze junky.  Some are more difficult then others but all are a lot of fun! Check them out this October.

Arata’s Pumpkin Farm – Half Moon Bay
Monday-Friday 9am-7pm, Saturday-Sunday, 9am-8pm
(650) 726-7548, info@aratapumpkinfarm.com
Venture into the complex Minotaur's Labyrinth Hay Maze and try to find the elusive Minotaur. If you're lucky enough to find him, he has a golden pumpkin to give you. 

Bay Area Discovery Museum – Sausalito
Closed Monday Tuesday-Friday 9am-4pm, Saturday-Sunday, 9am-5pm
(415) 339-3900
Children experience the joys and surprises of black light in this glow-in-the-dark hay maze. In this special exhibit, children are challenged to navigate a 150-bale hay maze—complete with tunnels, netting, and a slide—all under black light! In addition to the winding maze, there is a glow-in-the-dark dress-up station with white clothes and accessories for kids to try on, as well as a fluorescent Shoot-A-Hoop game. (Note: The hay used is seed-free rice straw.)

Clancy’s Pumpkin Patch – San Francisco
Daily 9am-9pm
(415) 752-2689, clancystrees@sbcglobal.net 
Clancy's Pumpkin Patch brings a taste of country to the big city. Maze aficionados should be aware that the hay maze at Clancy's is most definitely for kids and requires crawling. You can even take a hay ride in the middle of San Francisco!

Dell'Osso Family Farm – Lathrop
Open daily, 10am-8pm
info@pumpkinmaze.com 
One hour east of SF are the amazing labyrinths of the Dell'Osso Family Farm. Every year, this corn maze is different and features a unique design. 

G&M Farm – Livermore
Monday-Thursday 4-8pm, Friday 4-10pm, Saturday 10am-10pm, Sunday, 10am-8pm
(925) 447-farm, information@gmfarms.com
Featured TWICE on the David Letterman Show! Bring the whole family – there’s harvest fun for all ages.

Joan's Farm – Livermore
Daily 9am-6pm
(925) 447-0794, joansfarm9@aol.com
Joan says there will be no corn maze this year due to the severe drought. However, her grandson has been working on creating a maze crafted from straw bales that she thinks will prove even more challenging than the corn mazes of years past. Cash only.

Petaluma Pumpkin Patch and Amazing Corn Maze – Petaluma
Sunday-Thursday 10am-6pm, Friday & Saturday 10am-10pm
(707) 781-3132
A 4-acre corn maze, and it takes the average maze-goer about 45 minutes to complete the journey. This year, there's actually a second story viewing platform over the maze, making this seasonal event a spectator sport. Kids under 15 must be accompanied by an adult in the maze, and no scary masks are allowed inside (there's definitely a story there).

Santa Rosa Pumpkin Patch And Corn Maze – Santa Rosa
Monday-Thursday 9am-7pm, Friday-Saturday 9am-10pm, Sunday 9am-7pm
(415) 752-2689, thepatchsantarosa@gmail.com
Get lost in Sonoma County’s largest corn maze and a variety of fun family activities. 

Swank Farms – Hollister
Monday-Thursday 10am-6pm, Friday-Saturday 10am-Midnight, Sunday 10/18 & 10/25 10am-10pm
(831) 637-4704, info@swankfarms.com
Swank Farms' 20 acres Maniac Maze is hugely popular. They also offers a kid-friendly maze, pumpkin sling shot, snack shack and cow train.