LOCATION

3855 W Picacho Ave
Las Cruces, NM 88007

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HOURS

2017 Season
September 30th - October 29th

Saturdays & Sundays
11AM - 7PM

ADMISSION

Adults: $12
Children Under 12: $10
Children Under 2yrs: FREE

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INFORMATION

- FREE Parking
- Cash, debit, & credit accepted
- Registered service animals only

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The Original New Mexico Corn Maze Adventure

Things to Do > Giant Corn Maze

Get lost in the maze!

Giant Corn Maze

Be prepared to get lost on a fantastic adventure in New Mexico's original corn maze. Inside our 5-acre Giant Corn Maze, you will find twisting pathways and fun activities. It's a maze, it's a game, it's educational, and it's FUN!

Spend quality time together with your family, friends, or group sharing experiences. The maze is the ultimate experience because you are lost and must work through the challenge together. This will allow you to share the victory together.

Mini Maze for Younger Explorers

Our maze design features a smaller maze that is great for younger explorers not quite ready for the Giant Corn Maze. Older participants can experience both mazes!

Experience the Corn Maze with your Group

Bring your scouting troop, school class, youth group, or corporate group to the Mesilla Valley Maze! Groups are challenged to work together to solve a puzzle and mystery that's much bigger than any one person. Members interact, make group decisions, succeed and fail together as they progress through the pathways. Your adventure can be a competition or collaborative effort, but it will always be exciting.

2017 Corn Maze Theme

Each year, our Corn Maze is a different design and theme so the maze never gets old!

This year's theme, "Ain't It Corny", celebrates corn and also features a mini maze with ducks as a nod to our popular Duck Races attraction.

2015 Corn Maze

Making the Maze

Making the corn maze
Ever wondered how the corn maze gets made? The Mesilla Valley Maze starts as a pencil sketch, based on each year's new theme, that is brought to life using the magic of GPS. The corn seed is planted with a grain drill in a cross-hatch pattern around July 1st. Four weeks later, we set up survey equipment and using Global Positioning Satellites that orbit above the Earth, we cut out the pattern using a small farm tractor. GPS is accurate to sub-inch, and cutting miles of 6-foot-wide paths in a 9-acre field takes about 120 man hours.

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