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San Antonio's Only Corn Maze Is Open Through November

Just because Halloween is now over doesn't mean the fall festivities are. In fact, we can expect to see many last well through November, especially in Texas. San Antonio's first-ever and only corn maze is open every weekend this month, and with how gorgeous the weather currently is, it's exactly where you should plan to be at least one weekend in November! 

Corny Maze at Traders Village San Antonio is open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. every Saturday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. every Sunday in November. Not only are there 10 acres of corn maze and three trails within it to navigate through, but there's also a petting zoo, tons of photo ops, delicious food, and more. San Antonio has it in the bag when it comes to fall activities.

For kids, which is considered three and older, a maze wristband is just $11.99. The maze has three trails, one that's easy, one that's medium and one that's hard. No matter how old you are, you'll have a great time trying to successfully find that exit.

If you'd like to upgrade your wristband and get the combo for $21.99, you'll have access to a haunted house and all-day rides! Parking is $4 per vehicle, and they recommend you keep an eye on the weather to ensure you get to experience the corn maze on the day you come. If it's not open, your tickets are valid for any weekend in November so you can always come back!

We hope you're as excited as we are to check this corn maze out. For more fun fall activities in San Antonio, be sure to explore haunted houses, the San Antonio River Walk, cemeteries, and so much more.

Corny Maze

Price: $11.99 - $21.99 and $4 per vehicle

When: Now - Sunday, December 1

Address: 9333 Southwest Loop 410, San Antonio, Texas 78242

Why You Need To Go: To get lost in a corn maze with your loved ones and get the cutest photos together.

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