At’l Do Farms Announces the Design for This Year’s Corn Maze
At'l Do Farms is one of Lubbock's favorite fall destinations for the whole family.
Each year they open their iconic corn maze which features a unique theme with ties to Lubbock and West Texas. Previous maze themes included Dirt to Soil (2021), Thank You for 20 Years (2020) and 'We Salute our Veterans' (2018).
This year's theme has officially been announced, and it represents one of Lubbock's forgotten mascots, Prairie Dog Pete.
On At'l Do Farms' official Facebook post announcing this year's theme, they talk about a bit of Pete's history in the Hub City. He once represented the town and was used as a way to invite people to visit Lubbock. Over time Pete's image was used less and less, eventually becoming a memory that locals hold near to their heart.
This year's maze will have a new look with this season's theme, but it will also look a bit different for other reasons. Due to this year's drought, the maze won't be made of corn like it usually is. Instead it will be made of sorghum, which looks similar to the corn stalk we're used to wandering through each fall.
The maze will be open this year from September 17th through November 5th and will feature all of your favorite activities. At'l Do Farms will offer their classic hayride, corn cannon, barnyard, cow train for kids and more.
For more information about this year's corn maze and fall activities, you can visit the official At'l Do Farms website. You can also stay up to date with daily deals, cancelations, and more on their Facebook page.