This twisty, tricky corn maze is difficult enough to stump adults. It sprawls across six acres, with stalks rising 12 feet tall. Luckily, you’re not left to navigate the fields completely on your own: various stations among the rows offer clues to guide you in the right direction. At the end, climb to the center of the bridge for a bird’s-eye view of the entire maze. Head here on October 19 and October 26 for a haunted corn maze at dark!
There's no better way to celebrate the fall season than from the finish line of a corn maze in the Bay Area. With tons of Halloween events and autumn things to do in San Francisco, pumpkin patches in the Bay Area are packed with visitors seeking decorative gourds, pumpkin-spiced treats and fields of cut corn to get lost in. So grab your layers, a flashlight and a buddy (you always need a buddy in a maze) and check out one of these top corn mazes in the Bay Area.
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