Autumn is the time of year when you can enjoy some festive autumn day trips and some apple picking at the best orchards in Southern California. But, it’s also time for another fall activity that will keep you in the spirit of the season. This week we’ve been exploring some of the best corn mazes in California where you can have the time of your life with friends and family. Here are just six corn mazes that you’ll want to add to your bucket list this fall.

Which of these corn mazes in California will you try first? Do you love the giant mazes in California? We’re tempted to try and navigate our way through all of them. Any favorite corn mazes that didn’t make the list? Let us know in the comments!

For more pre-Halloween fun this fall in SoCal, you might want to check out this haunted forest that will give you a scare. It’s just one more way to get into the spirit of the season. And, if you want to create a full weekend adventure, consider booking a stay in a cozy vacation rental.

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Fall Activities in Southern California

What are the best pumpkin patches in Southern California?

If you're looking for the best pumpkin patches in Southern California, look no further! We've compiled a great list of some of the most charming and fun places to find your pumpkins this year. Pumpkin City's Pumpkin Farm is found at Laguna Hills Mall and is a fantastic spot for fall fun in the region. For another great Orange County place, Tanaka Farms is an excellent choice. In Irvine Regional Park, you'll get to explore The Pumpkin Patch for sweet autumn fun.

What are the best hikes to take in the fall in Southern California?

Craving some outdoor time as the weather starts to cool down just a bit? While we're lucky to have great weather for hiking no matter the time of year, the best hikes to take in the fall in Southern California are especially great in this season. Check out Murray Canyon Trail in Indian Canyons. It's a 4.2-mile-long trail with gorgeous views and water features along the way. Because the temperatures aren't quite as high in the late fall, this season is also a great time to do a challenging hike like Smuggler's Cove Trail in Channel Islands National Park. It features great ocean views.

Where can I go apple picking in Southern California?

There are lots of marvelous places to go apple picking in Southern California. While it might be hot outside, you can still participate in classic fall fun! Riley's Los Rios Rancho features wagon rides and tasty caramel apples and is located in Yucaipa. Parrish Pioneer Apple Ranch is another pretty orchard, and they make amazing cider! Volcan Valley Apple Farm features the famous Julian apples that Southern Californians crave year-round. They are so delicious you'll want to stock up!

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