Haunted corn maze near Las Vegas, NV celebrates Halloween with ghosts and goblins. The fourth annual corn maze is the site of a future Glendale Holding LLC master plan. It will encompass 1,500 acres with 6,000 new homes along Interstate 15 towards Mesquite in the Moapa Valley.
The project is the design of Norbert and Randy Aleman, Larry Miller, Wes Adam, The Peccole Family of The Peccole Ranch, Todd and Larry Larkin.
Construction of the infrastructure is expected to start in about one year. The master planned community is about 30 minutes from the Las Vegas Nevada real estate. The distance from Las Vegas should yield competitive new home prices.
To Celebrate a Halloween time of year for Las Vegans they can enjoy the world’s largest Coca Cola bottle carved out of corn maze. The amazingly huge corn maze is 900 feet long by 460 feed wide. You better plan extra time to find your way.
The celebration of Nevada Day on October 26, a country music band from 5 p.m. to midnight and a barbecue will take place. Two years ago Nevada changed Nevada day to the last Friday of October than Halloween day. This is the day Nevada joined the union.
The fun and activities are $10 per person. The admission fee includes a hot dog or hamburger, baked potato, corn on the cob and a soft drink. The delicious corn on the cob will be roasted. Extra corn is $2.
Admission to the Glendale’s haunted cornfield maze is Kids 5 and younger get in free $8 for children 6 to 11 and $10 for adults. Pumpkins, or jack o lanterns, are for sale for $2 to $3. Coca-Cola employees will be handing out prizes.
Drive on the I-15 north from Las Vegas to Exit 90, East Glendale Boulevard. For more information visit glendalecornmaze.com.
Haunted corn maze near Las Vegas, NV celebrates Halloween with goblins.