Amongst all of the fun fall-themed and Halloween-themed activities to do in Los Angeles, make sure to leave room on your schedule to go through a corn maze! Corn mazes are a fun and family-friendly thing to do this fall – so check out our list of the best corn mazes across the city:
Underwood Farms puts on an amazing Fall Harvest Festival for the entire month of October. The weekends are the best time to attend, as that's when all the festival activities are in full swing. Festival attendees can attempt to make their way through the farm's massive corn maze. The center of the maze has a hay bale pyramid that guests can climb to get an amazing view of the entire farm, including their massive pumpkin patch, stuffed with more sizes and varieties of pumpkins than you ever thought possible.
Tapia Brothers Farm
Located in Encino, across the street from their pumpkin patch, the Tapia Brothers Farm is the perfect size for kids five and up. In addition to their corn maze, they also offer a hayride and a petting zoo, making this a great thing to do with kids.
The Forneris Farms
The Forneris Farms four-acre corn maze has all sorts of twists, turns and dead ends. Everyone who enters the maze is given a scorecard of riddles to solve and items to find as they work their way to the end of the maze. This year's design celebrates 100 years of John Deere! Tickets to the corn maze also include access to the train ride and farm frolic area.