Traders Village Corn Maze Returns This Fall

SAN ANTONIO — San Antonio’s “first and only” corn maze returns to the Southwest for its fifth anniversary.

The “Corny Maze” operated by Traders Village comprises three separate mazes covering 10 acres – a half-mile maze designed for children and two others meandering 1.8 and 2.5 miles.

The maze debuts today and remains open every Saturday and Sunday in October and November from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.


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“The trick is to find all 6 checkpoints in each maze,” a statement from Traders Village said.

The maze’s design is inspired by previous iterations, San Antonio’s famous buildings, and the market’s mascot – Freddy the Flea.

Admission to the maze is $9.99 per person; $15.99 adds all-day access to carnival rides available in the market. A petting zoo, pumpkin patch, and inflatable slide are included in the price of admission.

The Traders Village website advises patrons to wear closed-toe shoes and warns of possible “wild animals, snakes, etc. in the maze. The paths in the maze are not paved.


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A maze map with checkpoints is provided to each guest. On each card is a phone number that customers can call if they get lost in the corn-filled boundaries.

In addition to the maze, Traders Village and AARP are hosting a concert from noon to 2 p.m. Sunday, featuring Chente Barrera Y Taconazo as well as David Farias Band & South Texas Homies.

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