La Union Maze is not responsible for any claims of COVID-19 contractions. Visit at your own risk. Masks are not required, but are welcomed.
We are currently developing our COVID-19 protocols and guidelines based on the CDC and New Mexico states recommendations, which will be applied as much as possible, considering we are a farm/outdoor venue. We want to ensure the safety of our employees and customers and we will provide a more detailed update in the near future.
Pets are NOT allowed at La Union Maze, the only exception being service dogs.
Don't worry we also love our pets, so every last Sunday of the season we have our annual Bring Your Dog to the Maze Day! However, this year the date is on hold due to pending state opening guidelines and regulations.
Shot records are required.
One dog per family.
Please pick up after your dog.
Dogs MUST stay on a leash.
The best time to visit the Maze is opening weekend. The busiest weekends include the three weekends in the middle of October (aka Peak Days). The first and last weekend of October are not as busy. We are still working on our opening protocol to reflect New Mexico's opening guidelines.
Tip: To expedite the paying process please have your payment ready when arriving to the ticket window. Please keep in mind how many are in your party and if you are paying for general admission (ages 6+), toddlers (ages 2-5), seniors, active military, and if you need Haunted Maze tickets. You can also purchase your tickets online.
Daytime activities begin shortly after opening to around 5pm only. These activities include:
1. Pumpkin Patch Wagon Ride: Pick your own pumpkins to cook, carve, or to have as decoration. Prices vary according to weight at 0.60 cents per pound. Our weighing/charging stations are conveniently located upon exiting the wagon ride. The last ride to the pumpkin patch is right before sunset so check it out early.
*In order to comply with contactless transactions, at this point, we are requesting that all payments be cashless. We accept VISA, MASTER CARD, DISCOVER. CREDIT OR DEBIT.
2. Pig Races: Cheer on your favorite racing piglet and see who takes the first place prize! Saturday and Sunday at 2pm, 3:30pm, and 5pm.
3. Kids Cow Train: Your favorite moo'ing tractor pulled train ride!
Day and Night Time Activities:
1. The Maze Walk: Come get lost and try to find your way out of our 10 acre labyrinth! Getting lost is part of the fun but if needed our Corn Cops can give you a helping hand.
2. Horse-Walk Swing: For Ages 3-10.
3. The Big Slide and Baby Slides
4. Jumping Pillows: One pillow for small children, and another for children of all ages!
5. Target Practice: How good is your aim?
6. Duck Races: Compete with your family and friends at the water pumped rubber duck races.
7. Pedal Cars: Stretch out those legs and race your family and friends for first!
8. Farmer's Gym and Sports Stand: When not cultivating the maze our farmers have to stay in shape and have some fun. Come check out how they do it.
9. Kid Swings: Sorry parents this one is only for the little ones.
10. Corn Hole: A classic.
11. Canna Maze: A flower maze for everyone to enjoy!
12. Children's Zip Line
13. Tether Ball
14. Test your strength hammer game: Dad usually wins.
15. Farm Animals: Here at La Union Maze we have an assortment of farm animals. Some of them do have feeding stations. We have a lot of love for them so please act accordingly and DO NOT disrespect the animals. Doing so will get you thrown out!!
Also on the premises we have two large tents and a pavilion with picnic tables, delicious food stands, and a gift shop. We encourage all parents to be part of the fun and have made most of our activities family friendly! We allow cameras and video so feel free to capture those good times!
**Not included in the entrance fee: The Pony Rides and The Pallet Haunted Maze are not included in your entrance fee. The Haunted Pallet Maze is not for the faint of heart. It is only open Friday and Saturday nights during the month of October. There is an additional $10 + tax.
Tickets for the Haunted Maze can be purchased for an additional $10 + tax. The haunting begins the first weekend of October and ends the last weekend of October. It is only operated on Friday and Saturday nights until 10:00pm. We recommend the Haunted Maze for ages 10 and up, but parent discretion is advised. You can purchase tickets at the Ticket Booth and Gift Shop.
We have different ways to save when purchasing an entrance ticket. You can find discounts on our maze flyer or in a newspaper ad (What's Up, El Paso Scene, Spot Light, El Diario). The coupon can only be used in person and must be presented when purchasing your ticket. One coupon per family, $1 off per person. Can't be combined with any other offers/discounts.
In order to comply with contactless transactions, at this point, we are requesting that all payments be cashless if possible. We accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover, Credit or Debit.
You may also purchase your tickets online.
Tokens can also be purchased with a credit card at:
1. the main ticket entrance
2. onsite at the 2 token machines
3. at the "Tokens For Sale" window
Credit card will be accepted at the Concession Stand and Gift Shop.
September and early October tend to be warm, but it does get chilly at night in the upper valley. So make sure to layer with a sweater or light jacket. We do recommend comfortable shoes (no high heels- you'll get stuck in the mud), clothes that you do not mind getting dirty, and a hat or umbrella for shade. Don't forget to bundle up the little ones for those cold nights in the late part of October and early November! FYI our rainy season ends in late September and on days that it does rain it may change our hours of operation. Feel free to call 915-549-1323 or check out our social media on Facebook or Instagram to see if hours have changed. Bring insect repellant as well! We have some available for sale, but we don't mind if you bring your own!
Our beautiful lush 10 acre maze can be a challenge, but that is the fun of it! It can take from 30 minutes to an hour and a half. We do provide maps and numbered posts to guide you. If you do feel lost you can find a Corn Cop for assistance.
We want to keep the maze in great shape for everyone to enjoy so please follow the rules posted at the entrances. Please respect the maze and give others the opportunity to enjoy it. Also any breaking of those rules can get you thrown out. Thank you for your cooperation!
Strollers and wheelchairs do better after we have been open for a couple of weeks. The ground becomes more compact due to all the traffic, making it easier to navigate strollers and wheelchairs. There is a wheelchair lift available for the wagon ride to the pumpkin patch. Please let an employee know if you require one.
Report your missing items to the ticket office as soon as you notice they are missing. La Union Maze is not responsible for any items lost or stolen. Please keep your items secure. Losing your items might spoil the fun, so take some precautions by locking your car doors, hiding items, and being aware of your personal belongings.
Sorry, no outside food or drink is allowed. Food and drinks are available to purchase from our concessions stand, gift shop, and food stands.
We are so sorry, but we do not allow visitors to enter the pumpkin patch without an entrance ticket during the weekend. Please feel free to come during the week to purchase from our stand (sorry, we do not offer rides to the pumpkin patch during the week). We have over 30 varieties of pumpkins. Pumpkins are sold by the pound. We accept cash and card (Visa, Mastercard, and Discover).
*In order to comply with contactless transactions, at this point we are requesting that all payments be cashless if possible.
The La Union Maze is all about family fun and we pride ourselves in keeping that enjoyment, so our guidelines follow that motto. The following ways can lead to you and/or your group being thrown out of the maze:
-Sneaking in without paying.
-Destroying or vandalizing the maze, pumpkins, or other property.
-Harassing, hurting, or disrupting our farm animals.
-Being inebriated or intoxicated.
-Acting unruly, criminally, with malice, or being aggressive and disrespectful to other patrons or employees. Individuals behaving badly will be reported to on-duty security officers, and asked to leave the premises. If there are no police officers on duty, a police patrol may be called. Legal charges may be filed depending on the nature of violations.