One of my Halloween highlight’s every year is seeing what new and exciting attractions have been added to Cornbelly’s at Thanksgiving Point. Take my word for it – your children will never have a dull moment at Cornbelly’s. My three children ran from attraction to attraction for four hours straight. No cries of boredom from those little ones! Cornbelly’s is open through November 2 so you only have this week left! Be sure to grab one of the Corn Maze and Fall Festival Coupons!
Believe me when I tell you that Cornbelly’s has something for everyone in the family! My daughter adored the Pumpkin Princess Playland. We arrived just as story time was starting. From dressing up as a fairy to mounting a noble steed to playing store, this section of Cornbelly’s is every little girl’s dream!
My youngest was pleased as punch to discover so many play things his size at Cornbelly’s. Kyler could have spent all day shooting basketballs and nerf sized corns into hoops and goals. That area was definitely a hit with the boys – and my daughter as well. We spent at least 20 minutes rearranging the life-size chess set. Add a bouncing horse for Kyler to ride and at least a dozen slides – my two-year old was a happy camper.
My four-year-old Cort was very into the ‘pooky parts of Cornbelly’s. This giant blow up monster was just his level of scariness. He also loved all the wooden play structures and slides. The amount of play structures seems to double each time we come.
As a mom, I had the lots of fun riding the cow train with my little ones. The area by Thanksgiving Point is beautiful and it was relaxing for this mama! I also got a kick out of watching the littles school their daddy in dodge ball. But my absolute favorite part of Cornbelly’s is how tired my children were on the ride home. They played hard and had a blast!
No matter what your age – Cornbelly’s has something for you! Cornbelly’s will be giving away tickets on their facebook page so go and see if you get lucky! The Halloween fun doesn’t need to end on the 31st – you can still head over on November 1st and 2nd for the annual Pumpkin Destruction Days. There will be pumpkin bowling, candy cannons, and even helicopters! Don’t miss out on the family fun!
I received a family pass to Cornbelly’s in exchange for writing this post. All opinions are my own and I only write about experiences my family personally loves!
Did you go to a pumpkin patch or corn maze this year?
How are you going to carve your pumpkins?