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La Union Corn Maze reopens for fall season

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Claudia Hernández
La Union Maze will open theirs doors for public soon.

La Union Corn Maze reopened its gates two days before the start of fall season Saturday, Sept. 21La Union has dedicated itself to bringing families together by celebrating the fall. Along with the maze, it also offers  activities attendees can enjoy.  

For its 2019 opening, La Union unveiled a new design for its main maze. The corn maze now consists of four different mazes; the two main mazes, the Haunted Pallet Maze and the Flower Maze which is fairytale themed for children.  

At La Union, guests usually take home pumpkins from the pumpkin patch, enjoy the animal farm, take a ride on the ziplineand enjoy the many games.  

“I’ve been to La Union Corn Maze a couple of times in the past years, it is a lot of fun, I always have a great time. The corn maze in itself is really cool especially during the night, you can go with friends and get lost and it does get creepy but if you don’t want to go to the maze, they do have a lot of carnival-like games and jumping balloons,” said UTEP senior Rene Ochoa who is majoring in electrical engineering. “A couple of friends and I are planning on attending this year, especially for the Halloween event since they are doing a costume contest.” 

La Union is packed with many events and activities that will run throughout the season beginning with live outdoor music from Sept. 28 29. The maze will also be open in the morning during Columbus Day and the Haunted Pallet Maze will be open every Friday and Saturday beginning October.  

On Halloween night, La Union will be giving out free candy and will be hosting a costume contest  where the top five contestants will win four free passes for the next year’s maze. For its closing weekend on Nov. 2, La Union will have fireworks together with its annual pumpkin smash event. 

The corn maze will be open through Sunday, Nov. 3 and will be providing active military personnel, teachers and first responders  discounts as its first weekend special.  

For more information on admission fees, tickets and hours please visit launionmaze.com. 

Jaqueline Martinez may be reached at [email protected] 

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La Union Corn Maze reopens for fall season