SpringTopia is a family-friendly festival located in Woodland Hills. This outdoor experience spans 200,000 square feet and contains seven different “lands” – Circus Land, Fun Land, Puppy Land, Pirate Land, Lightshow Land, Spooky Land and Holiday Land.
This past Saturday, my family and I visited SpringTopia. It was a perfect spring day – sunny weather that was perfect for exploring all that this festival had to offer.
First, we went into the tent at 3D Circus Land. Grabbing our 3D glasses, we walked through the maze of hallways and ran into a clown or two!
I had a bit of a jump scare in the tent, so we decided to make our way to Fun Land where we got the biggest cotton candy in our life and I ventured onto the dance floor for Silent Disco!
From there, we went to Puppy Land and pet the doggies!
Next door is Pirate Land where kids can walk the plank and snap pics with a pirate.
Lightshow Land is colorful and cool. There’s a laser light show section at the end where you can get your dance on!
Spooky Land, presented by Valley Fright Nights, has two giant mazes.
I attempted to walk through the first one and you can head over to my IG Stories to see how far I got. My hubby made it through the first one and then was “greeted” by this clown.
The last themed area is Holiday Land, where you can experience “snow” falling, take photos in a sleigh, or meet an elf!
You’ll definitely work up an appetite after walking through all of the lands and have no fear, there’s a food court, snack stands and food trucks where you can purchase your meal and drinks.
Also included in the ticket price are the rides.
For an additional purchase, you can play carnival games and win prizes!
All in all, we had an enjoyable experience. If you’re looking for something to do with the kids during Spring Break or at night with some friends, I highly recommend SpringTopia!
6100 Topanga Canyon Blvd
Woodland Hills, CA 91367
(Lots of free parking in the lot off of Erwin St.)
You’ll want to purchase your tickets soon, as SpringTopia closes after April 16th!
Disclosure: No monetary compensation was received for this post. I received complimentary tickets to SpringTopia which helped facilitate this review. All images are mine unless otherwise noted. As always, my opinions are 100% my own.