Family-Friendly Fun by Day
Halloween Horror by Night
Pierce College, parking lot
20800 Victory Blvd at Mason Avenue
Woodland Hills, California
Information line: 818-999-4565
Websites: Halloween Harvest Festival – Fright Fair Screampark
Looking for a family-friendly way to enjoy Halloween in Los Angeles? This annual Harvest Festival features a pumpkin-full of kid-friendly activites by day (including pumpkin carving, face painting and a corn maze), followed by the scary Fright Fair Factory of Nightmares on weekend nights.
2012 HALLOWEEN HARVEST FESTIVAL DATES: September 23 through October 31.
- 10:00am to 10:0ppm Sunday-Thursday
- 10:00am to midnight Friday-Saturday
2012 SPOOKY SHOW TIMES:
- Weekdays at 12:00pm, 2:00, 4:00, and 6:00pm
- Weekends at 11:00am, 12:00pm, 1:00, 2:00, 3:00, 4:00, 5:00, and 6:00pm.
2012 DAYTIME HARVEST FESTIVAL TICKETS:
- Festival Admission Only Tickets are $5 both adults and children
- Day Corn Maze Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for children (includes festival admission).
- Day Multi-pass Tickets (admission, corn maze, hay ride, and two activity tickets) are $14 for adults and $12 for children
- Activity Ticket Booklets (includes admission and twelve tickets) are $20 for adults and children; 6-Ticket Packs are $10, and Single Tickets are $2.
HALLOWEEN HARVEST FESTIVAL PARKING: Free
HALLOWEEN HARVEST FESTIVAL DIRECTIONS: Take the 101 Freeway to DeSoto (west of the 405 Freeway). Take DeSoto north. Turn right (east) on Victory Blvd. Make a right at the Mason Avenue Gate of Pierce College.
- Giant slide
- Petting Zoo (closes at 8pm)
- Train, Carousel
- Pony Rides (close at 8pm)
- Bumper Boats
- Day Haunted House
- Gemstone Mining
- Corn Maze
NIGHT-TIME FRIGHTFAIR SCREAMPARK ACTIVITIES: Don’t worry the kid-friendly daylight activity does not mean that the Halloween Harvest Festival lacks genuine scares. After dark, the FrightFair ScreamPark ramps up, with the Factory of Nightmares haunted house, the Creatures of the Corn trail, and the Insane Reaction maze. Get more details on our FrightFair ScreamPark page.
HALLOWEEN HARVEST FESTIVAL HISTORY: Formerly known as FrightFair, this annual Halloween attraction used to bill itself as the “4 Dimensions of Fear” and claimed that its long walk-through haunted maze featured “four haunts slammed into one.” After going on haitus in 2004, the event revived for 2005, this time as a “Halloween Harvest Festival” featuring fun, games, and entertainment for the whole family (hay rides, corn maze, pumpkin carving, live music). In addition, the haunted house was augmented by a haunted trail, called “Creatures of the Corn.” After allowing the “FrightFair” brand name to lapse, the moniker was resurrected as the FrightFair Screampark – used to designate the scary night-time activities.