The Sugar Skull Maze

Monique Brasher

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Want something fun to do this Halloween? You’ve got to try The Sugar Skull maze in San Antonio. New this year at the Circle-N-Maze is a nearly six-acre maze in the shape of a sugar skull. The maze opens Friday, October 5 and includes three miles of trails with both a small and large maze. Circle-N-Maze is on the far East Side on the back 80 acres of Circle N farm, just off Dry Hollow Rd. There’s also a huge pumpkin patch, picture stations, a petting zoo with baby animals, hay bales to climb, and games to play. And if you want to get lost in the dark, there is a special “Lights Out” hour . You’ll also find multiple vendors and food trucks so you can eat and shop. Tickets are $10, $7 for seniors, and kids under two are free.

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