Things To Do In Sunland Park

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  • La Union Maze
    Robert and Lucy Sondgeroth?s 7-acre maze, cut from corn-lookalike sorghum grass, draws thousands of visitors each fall. Inspired by the success of the maize-y autumn attraction, the Sondegraths decided to open with a spring version for the first time this year. Explorers of all ages can catch a body coming through the pint-size rye labyrinth, which stands 5 feet tall to allow little ones to keep a watchful eye on their parents' antics. After solving the maze and rehydrating with two bottled waters, agri-tourists can hop a ride on the cow train, hone their aim at the air cannon, or hit the oversize jumping pillow for an enthusiastic bounce.
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    1101 Avenida de Mesilla
    Anthony, NM US
  • Western Playland
    With 24 rides and counting, Western Playland Amusement Park entertains kids of almost any age. Here's a sampling of the thrilling attractions. Rides that reach for the sky Younger kids test their fear of heights as they ascend the Frog Hopper or pilot a plane on the Red Baron ride; their older siblings get a bird's-eye view of the park in the Sky Glider, then test their mettle on the Bandido Roller Coaster. Satisfy the need for speed The gleaming Hurricane roller coaster takes riders taller than 50" on a twisting jaunt; younger kids get their free-falling feet wet on the slightly tamer Miner Coaster. Classic rides For a bit of nostalgia, visitors take a turn on the merry-go-round, make their heads spin on the tilt-a-whirl, or battle it out in the bumper car arena, the one place where it's okay to high-five someone after you rear-end them. Rides for toddlers The tiny set can cruise the park too—on pint-sized boats, cars, and ladybugs.
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    1249 Futurity Dr
    Sunland Park, NM US
  • El Paso Trail Rides
    Greg Evans of El Paso Trail Rides has been teaching people how to properly giddy up since 1979. Touching on the finer points of mounted proficiency, his lessons establish a solid foundation for hour-long rides along the area's desert trails. And, to ensure riders have enough fuel, groups can arrange for catered breakfasts or barbecue to be eaten right on the trail.
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    6864 McNutt Road
    Anthony, NM US

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