By Carter Evans
It’s already Halloween but there’s still time for one of the local fall favorites.
The corn maze at At’l Do Farms in Lubbock stays open through Nov. 4.
Whether you want a family night out for some post trick or treat run, or you want a seasonal date night spot, the At’l Do Farms website promises lots of activities. In addition to the maze, there is a cow train, hayrides, campfires and a fairy tale trail.
As soon you walk through the entrance, you are greeted with the sight of a menagerie of animals including goats and pigs, in the petting zoo area. There is also a concession area, of course, where you can load up on chips, ice cream, and fresh corn.
The corn maze , as always changes from year to year. This year it has been moved off to the side a little bit but still functions the same for the most part.
Maze goers can grab a little trivia sheet to take with them to help guide them through the maze. There are two options. The first is the traditional route. But the second is for little ones offering a shorter experience. It’s called the Fairy Tale trail. This still functions as a maze, but it is much shorter, straightforward, and even tells a little fairy tale along the way of the maze.
The At’l Do website says it is open on Halloween. You will need to buy tickets. Go to the At’l Do website to learn more about prices.
Hours are Tuesday through Friday 6 – 9 p.m. and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Last tickets are sold at 9 p.m. and the grounds close at 10 p.m. Happy Halloween.