Funtober Corn Mazes

New Mexico Corn Mazes

Locate New Mexico corn mazes near Albuquerque and Las Cruces.  Be sure to check out their websites for further information, hours and prices.  Most are open in September and October.  Many have pumpkins, games, live animals, fresh air, and lots of fun.

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New Mexico Farms

La Union Maze – La Union, NM.  Take a tractor pulled wagon ride to the pumpkin patch, pick out your pumpkin, navigate the corn maze, ride the cow train, and race ducks or pedal cars this fall.  Location: 1101 South Highway 28, La Union, New Mexico 88021.  It sits between Las Cruces, NM. and Las Cruces, TX.  The tentative maze opening date is around September 19th. They will be open Friday evenings, Saturday and Sunday. Admission for age 6 and up will be $11.00. Kids 2-5 are $5.00. Past themes have featured UTEP (2014), Fall Fun @ La Union Maze (2013), US Constitution (2012) and Mayan calendar (2011).

McCall’s Pumpkin Patch – Moriarty, NM.  Get lost in their 16 acre corn maze or pick your own pumpkins at McCall’s.  Located less than an hour from Albuquerque or Santa Fe. Enjoy a hayride to the field, race pedal karts, go gem mining and more! Learn more about what’s happening this fall here on their Facebook page.  They are located at 2 McCall Lane, Moriarty, NM (Exit 196 off I-40).  It is about 34 miles east of Albuquerque.  Open weekends plus Columbus Day starting around September 19th. Kevin and Kirsten McCall farm 320 acres in Moriarty. They started inviting children to their farm for harvest season in 1998.

Sutherland Farms – Aztec, NM
A family owned working produce farm and country market. They hold a pumpkin festival on weekends in October with cornfield maze, hayrides, duck races, corn pit, cow train, face painting and pumpkin shooter. They also hold a Moonlight Dinner and a Green Chile Festival in the fall. Located 8 miles north of Aztec and 30 miles south of Durango.
Location: 745 Road 2900, Aztec, NM

Mesilla Valley Maze – Las Cruces, NM.  The 2000 acre farm of Steve and Anna Lyles that they began in 1985 with 35 acres. Open to the public on weekends starting the last weekend in September for pumpkins, corn maze and hayrides. Also enjoy the Pumpkin Festival and Pecan Festival in October with Rib Cookoff and Kids Rodeo.  It is located at 3855 W. Picacho, Las Cruces, New Mexico 88005.  It is about 5 miles from Las Cruces.  The also feature there Annual Rootin’ Tootin’ Rib Cook Off on the first Sunday in October. 

Rio Grande Community Farm – Albuquerque, NM – 7 Acres
Haunted Maze
2014 Theme: Fractal
Opens Friday, October 3rd, 2014. A nonprofit urban farm owned by the City of Albuquerque’s Open Space Division that holds an annual fall festival with a corn and sorghum maze. They also do a pumpkin-palooza and a 5K run at the farm. Past themes featured Leapfrog (2012) and Dinosaurs (2011).

St. Bernard’s Farm – Clovis NM – 4 Mazes, 10 Acres
Haunted Maze
2014 Theme: St. Bernard
Open in 2014 on Saturdays and Sundays from Sept 13th to Nov 2nd. A ten acre cornfield cut with four mazes through it. They have a large maze, two kids mazes and a haunted maze. Other activities include zip line, gem mining, corn cannon, cow train, jumping pillow and duck races. Admission is $10. Past themes have featured Future Farmers of America (2013), Special Ops CAFB (2012) and Rock-N-Roll (2011).

Wagner’s Farmland Experience – Corrales, NM.  The Wagner family has been farming in Corrales for over a 100 years. Wagner’s offers a pumpkin patch, hayrides, two corn mazes, and petting zoo. Note: Cash or checks only!  They even have a night maze.  They are located at 6445 Corrales Road, Corrales, NM 87048.  It is a 17 mile drive north of Albuquerque.  They have three mazes across two locations in Corrales and Los Lunas. Corrales offers a maze with 2.2 miles of trails. Los Lunas at 1420 Desert Willow Rd., Los Luna offers a large maze with 3.3 miles of trails and a mini-maze with 1 mile of trails. Both locations offer a night maze on Saturday nights. The farm is owned by Jimmy and Roxanne Wagner.

Davis Farms Pumpkin Patch – Clovis, NM.  Take a hayride to the pumpkin field to pick your own pumpkin, climb pumpkin mountain and photograph your kids in the sea of pumpkins. Also get lost in the corn maze! They opened their pumpkin patch to the public in 2009 due to community demand after growing pumpkins commercially for more than 20 years.  Location: 1615 County Road N, Clovis NM.  It is about 220 miles east of Albuquerque.

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