Get Scared, Get Lost: Frightfully Fun Fall Things to Do This Weekend in El Paso
‘Tis the season!
And whether you're a fright-obsessed lover of all things scary or like losing yourself in a maze of cornstalks, here’s where to get into the spirit of the season in and around El Paso.
Haunted Houses of Terror: Two haunted houses, two locations. El Paso's longest-running haunted house experience brings you double the screams with an east and west side location. Desert Warriors Paintball on Montana, and Shoppes at Solana on Sunland Park drive [More Info]
A Nightmare on Socorro Road: The indoor/outdoor haunt is located in a historical 1800s hacienda a few minutes off loop 375 at 10167 Socorro Rd. [More Info]
Haunted Daze: "Spine-tingling horrors await you at every turn." ¡Ay, Dios mío! Located at 9393 Alameda [More Info]
El Paso's Corn Maze: Located on Nuevo Hueco Tanks Road, El Paso's Corn Maze features a 10-acre cornfield, pumpkin patch, and kid-friendly activities like a Kiddie Maze, pony rides, pedal carts, a and a tire slide. [More Info]
La Union Maze: Slides, jumping pillows, and cow train rides are some of the other activities the kids can do. The 12-acre corn field maze design this year represents the three states they draw the most visitors from: Texas, New Mexico, and Chihuahua, Mx. [More Info]
Mesilla Valley Maze: Besides the corn maze and pumpkin patch, Mesilla Valley Maze in Las Cruces features a flower field and kid-friendly activities including hayrides, a cow train, pedal cars, slides, and a tire pyramid to climb on. [More Info]