Is one of your favorite fall activities a good corn maze? Do you enjoy the challenge of finding your way through the tall stalks of dried corn or watching the kids running through the mazing and exploring? We’ve compiled a list of farms, patches, and more that all feature corn mazes in and around Ventura County.

Just click the title of each corn maze location for more information.

Looking for more fall fun? Check out the following 2023 Guides to help your enjoy this season! Just CLICK the title of each guide.

2023 Guide to Pumpkin Patches
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18540 E. Telegraph Road
Santa Paula, CA 93060

DATES: Sept. 23 – October 31

Prancer’s Farm 2023 Pumpkin Patch Harvest. This year is going to be by far the most unique pumpkin patch experience period. Aside from all of our favorite attractions like our sunflower maze, single and double-barrel train rides and electric bull, we have much greater in store for all of you this year and you won’t want to let it pass you by.

Purchase tickets and find more info on their website.

Moorpark Location
3370 Sunset Valley Road
Moorpark, CA 93021

DATES: September 30 – Tuesday, October 31, 2023
Festival Hours: 9am – 6pm
Monday – Friday in October
General Admission: $14.00 – At Gate ONLY Mon – Fri

PLEASE NOTE: Tickets are On-line ONLY weekends during the Fall Harvest Festival.
Walk-ins subject to
availability that day only. 

Come for the corn maze and stay for all the other fun activities. The farm will have a giant Pumpkin Patch, Pick Your Own and Fall Harvest experience! Enjoy games, rides, photo ops, live entertainment, themed weekends, bands and more!

Purchase tickets and find more info on their website.

Pumpkin Fest - Cal Poly Pomona

4102 S. University Drive
Pomona, CA 91768
DATES: October 1 – 31, 2023  :: Friday through Sunday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m
ADMISSION: Attraction tickets can be purchased for $1 each or 11 tickets for $10 AT THE EVENT. All the attractions are FREE for children under three (3) when accompanied by a paid adult.
Large Maze – 4 Tickets
Kid’s Maze – 2 Tickets

It’s a crazy web of twisting, turning trails that will leave you scratching your head searching for the way out. This corn is not for the faint of heart, but don’t worry there’s always a way out. The corn maze closes earlier than other activities, so plan accordingly.
Separate FEE to enter.

Purchase tickets and find more info on their website.

Lane Farm Pumpkin Patch

308 S. Walnut Lane
Santa Barbara, CA 93111
DATES:  September 30 – October 31, 2023. :: Corn Maze closes daily at 6:45pm, and October 31st at 4:45pm.

12 noon – 7pm
Saturday and Sunday
10am – 7pm
Oct 31, 2023
noon – 5pm

Lane Farms Pumpkin Patch has hayrides, farm animals, tractors and farm equipment, educational displays, corn maze and of course….Tons of Pumpkins!

Find more info on their website.

Live Oak Canyon Pumpkin Patch

32335 Live Oak Canyon Rd
Redlands, California 92373
DATES: September 22 -October​ 31, 2023
ADMISSION: Ticket prices vary by each week. View admission pricing HERE.

Come enjoy the Corn Maze but also enjoy so much more at the Largest Outdoor Pumpkin Patch in Southern California. Entry to the Corn Maze closes 1 hour before closing time to allow visitors to complete the maze.

Find more info on their website.

Big Horse Corn Maze

33320 Temecula Parkway;
Temecula, California 92592
DATES: Sept. 30 -October​ 31, 2023
  • Open Tuesday thru Friday from 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm and Sat thru Sunday 10am – 5pm. The Maze is closed Oct. 2, 9 and 16.
(Children 5 and under are free and do not require an admission.)

Enjoy the largest corn maze in Southern California. The last entrance into the Maze is also at 4:00 pm. Maze closes on Oct. 31 at 3pm.

Purchase tickets and find more info on their website.

We hope your family has a great time weaving and wandering through one of these corn mazes in and around Ventura County!

Did we miss one of your favorite spots? Let us know and we will add it to the guide.

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Cascia was born and raised in the Arizona heat. While receiving her Pre-Med degree at HIU in California, a blonde, surfing, skateboarding boy stole her heart. In 2004, she married Chuck and had many adventures living in Arizona, California and Colorado. They now call Simi Valley home and have three wild and curious children - Becker (10), Bodie (7) and Lyla (6). She has been blessed to be a teacher, summer camp staff/program director, SAHM and now the owner of Ventura County Mom Collective. Playing guitar, writing songs, and reading any and every parenting book helps keep her sane and happy! A good cup of coffee or a bubbly La Croix can usually be found in her hand! She tries to live by the motto "I'd rather recover from failure than live with regret.


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