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It’s fall again, and time for the Rio Grande Community Farm’s Fall Festival & Maize Maze! We’ve got all sorts of fun lined up, so be sure to attend each event and get in on all the action. From pumpkin games and activities (with prizes) and getting dirty on the farm, you name it- we’ve got it!

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Corn Maze and Amphibian Scavenger Hunt
Explore a 7-acre corn maze and learn about amphibians and how important they are in our ecosystem and society. Also, check out Hay Bale City, our interactive games, and livestock, which we will have different varieties of throughout the season.
Amphibian Activities
ABQ BioPark will be at the Maze for many of the weekends during the season, and in addition to the amphibian-themed maze, we feature an amphibian "Guess Who" and other all-ages-friendly games to play.
Pumpkin Patch
Come out every weekend to find your perfect pumpkin.
Farm animals
Every week, we'll have different animals-- farm and otherwise-- on exhibit at the Maze. Featuring sheep, llamas, amphibians, waterfowl, and horses, we've got the whole barn on show!
MOONLIGHT MAZE – SEP 29th & OCT 27-28th
Explore the maze by the light of the moon.
Open until 10pm
HAUNTED MAZE – OCT 26-29th & 31st
Wear your costume for a scary good time.
This year’s maze, in the form of a frog, is cut into a field of heirloom corn which will feed flocks of migrating birds this winter.
Rio Grande Community Farm is a 50 acre, non-profit urban farm located at the Los Poblanos Fields Open Space in the North Valley of Albuquerque, New Mexico. We grow healthy, organic food for the Albuquerque area, offer community gardening opportunities, support local food networks, and maintain wildlife habitat.
Every September and October, the Maize Maze attracts thousands of visitors to Rio Grande Community Farm. The corn grown through the summer becomes 6 feet or taller – and has paths precisely cut by GPS technology to form the Maze. Proceeds from the Maze fund Farm operations, including growing corn for wildlife – and next year’s Maze! - September - October
Fridays (3-9 pm), Saturdays (10 am-9 pm), Sundays (10 am-6 pm), Halloween (7-10)
Adults $7; ages 4-12 $5; under 4 free
All Ages
From I25 take Montano exit. Go west on Montano 3 miles. Turn right into Los Poblanos Fields Open Space, on Tierra Viva (just past the light at Tierra Del Rio), and park in the gravel parking lot on your left.

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