You have landed on my New Mexico corn maze directory page. I’ve located 7 corn mazes in New Mexico. Since corn is one of the top five agricultural products in New Mexico, it was inevitable that some of the 20,000 farms would turn some of their 43 million acres of farmland into a corn maze for you to enjoy.
Here is the list of New Mexico corn mazes. Be sure to check out their website for further information, hours and prices.
La Union Maze – La Union, NM
2 Corn Mazes
2013 Theme: Fall Fun @ La Union Maze
2012 Theme: US Constitution
2011 Maze Theme: Mayan calendar
Tentative opening day is September 22, 2013. 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. Other fall activities include the tractor-pulled wagon ride, pumpkin patch and a variety of farm activities.
McCall’s Pumpkin Patch – Moriarty, NM – 16 Acres
Kevin and Kirsten McCall farm 320 acres in Moriarty. They started inviting children to their farm for harvest season in 1998. In addition to the corn maze and pumpkin patch, they also offer a variety of farm activities.
Sutherland Farms – Aztec, NM
Mesilla Valley Maze – Las Cruces, NM – 9 Acres
Rio Grande Community Farm – Albuquerque, NM – 7 Acres
2013 Theme: Fractal
2012 Theme: Leapfrog
2011 Maze Theme: Dinosaurs
St. Bernard’s Farm Corn Maze – Clovis NM – 3 Mazes, 5 Acres
2013 Theme: Future Farmers of America
2012 Theme: Special Ops CAFB
2011 Maze Theme: Rock-N-Roll
Wagner’s Farmland Experience – Corrales, NM – 3 Mazes
Please check with the corn maze to ensure that they are open before going. We make efforts to ensure that our list of corn mazes is accurate but circumstances occasionally foil our efforts. Poor growing conditions can lead a corn maze to not open it for the season. Inclement weather such as extreme cold, snow or rain may force a corn maze to close on particular nights. Other corn mazes may only be open limited days of the week or hours in the day. By checking their website or calling, you can ensure that you aren’t disappointed on arrival.
Other helpful tips: Some farms don’t take credit cards, so plan to bring cash unless you know that they take plastic. Most corn mazes prohibit dogs, so leave man’s best friend at home for the evening. Check with the corn maze you plan to attend to learn more about their specific rules and regulations.
If I have missed any farms that have corn mazes, I hope you will add the information for the farm via the contribution form below. And if you have visited one of these corn mazes, I would appreciate your review of the maze for future visitors to this page.