Attractions October 28, 2017
Get Lost In These 8 Awesome Corn Mazes In New Mexico This Fall
Well, folks, it’s that time of the year again! Time for pumpkins, hayrides, Halloween, and corn mazes. New Mexico is home to some of the largest and most awesome corn mazes around (likely excluding Iowa). Take the family and get lost in these eight epic ones, but hurry before they’re gone until next year.
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1. McCall’s Pumpkin Patch (Moriarty)
McCall’s 16-acre cornfield is the perfect backdrop for an epic corn maze. In addition to this amazing attraction, there are dozens of other activities including bouncy jumpers, a mechanical bull, hayride, pedal karts, a cow train, duck races, and so much more. McCall’s is located at 34 McCall Lane in Moriarty.
2. Mesilla Valley Maze (Las Cruces)
Have fun in New Mexico’s original, five-acre giant corn maze as you navigate the twists and turns and partake of various activities throughout. There is also a mini maze inside the larger one for younger kids not quite ready to take on the giant. Add into the mix duck races, face painting, gem mining, giant slides, hamster wheels, a hayride, pedal carts, and a pumpkin patch. There is also
a great concession stand and country store, making this a truly fun outing for the entire family. Find them at 3855 West Picacho Avenue, Las Cruces.
3. Davis Farms Pumpkin Patch (Clovis)
Located in Clovis, not only does this family farm have several different corn mazes of different skill levels, but it also has a hale bay maze—including the brand new this year "right turn only" maze— and a sea of pumpkins maze for the little ones. Don’t forget to take a relaxing hayride powered by a vintage tractor and pick the perfect pumpkin to take home. Davis Farms is located at 1600 State Road 311, in
4. Wagner’s Farmland Experience (Corrales)
Get lost in this 2.2-mile long family-friendly corn maze with a conservation theme intended to raise awareness about farmland-dependent wildlife. In addition to the maze, Wagner’s also has a hayride, pony rides, petting zoo, pumpkin patch, little kids’ play area, and apple orchard tour. Find Wagner's at 6445 Corrales Road in
5. St. Bernard Farms (Clovis)
This enormous farm is chock full of rip-roaring fun. From its huge corn maze (that is haunted on Saturday nights) to its haunted house, petting zoo, playground, and the hay bale maze —this is a perfect autumn day trip. They are located at 849 State Road 77 in Clovis.
6. Sutherland Farms (Aztec)
During the seasonal pumpkin festival, get lost in Sutherland Farm’s corn maze, play in the corn pit, enjoy a relaxing hayride, and participate in fun duck races. Find them at 745 Road 2900, eight miles north of Aztec.
7. Rio Grande Community Farm (Albuquerque)
In addition to its sustainable agriculture and education programs, Rio Grande Community Farm provides an annual Maize Maze fundraiser. Find the Rio Grande Community Farm at 1701 Montano Road, NW, in Albuquerque.
8. La Union Maze (La Union)
Located just across the border from El Paso, La Union’s corn maze is tons of fun. Along with other autumn-themed activities and a 13-acre pumpkin patch, this is definitely the place to go this season. The maze is at 1101 Highway 28 in
There you have it: eight awesome corn mazes across the Land of Enchantment for your autumn enchantment. Have you been to any of these awesome corn mazes? Do you have a favorite? Please share your experiences below.