Fall is here and that means it’s corn maze season in El Paso!

Getting lost among the cornstalks is an annual tradition for many El Paso families looking for a weekend afternoon of fun and fall adventure with the kids. And while El Paso's Farm Land is one of 3 options in the area it's the only one featuring a dinosaur design this year, and, well, dinosaurs are cool.

Dubbed "Maze-O-Saurus," the 10 acre corn field has been cut in the likeness of a Triceratops defending her nest of hatching eggs against the largest land carnivore of all time; the ferocious T-Rex.

And, bonus, this year, the corn maze will stay open longer on Saturdays. Instead of closing at 6, maze fans can navigate the twisting turns of corn stalks until 9 p.m.

In addition to the Maze-O-Saurus, the farm will also feature a Kiddie Maze and a train ride to Patsy’s Pumpkin Patch where you and the kids can pick out a pumpkin or two to decorate your home with, or carve up for Halloween.

Larry Overstreet

Other fun things to do there this fall will include a cow train, pedal cars, a tire pyramid to climb on, and rubber duck races. For more info, visit El Paso's Farm Land website.

What to Know Before You Go

● "Maze-O-Saurus" at El Paso's Farm Land
● Saturdays and Sundays, September 29 through November 4, 2018
● Saturday - 1 p.m. to 9 p.m.
● Sunday - 12 noon to 6 p.m.
● $10.95 + tax for ages 12 and up, $8.95 + tax for ages 3-11, and $9.95 for Seniors, military and teachers with ID. Children 2 and under get in free.

How to get there:

El Paso's Farm Land is located at 1100 Nuevo Hueco Tanks Road in Socorro. Take Interstate 10 to Exit 35, then south 1/4 mile.