Cornbelly’s is part of Thanksgiving Point‘s annual Halloween celebration. This is one of my kid’s favorite things to do. They have tons of activities for the little kids, but also things geared for your older ones. If you go before dark there isn’t anything scary walking around. After dark, the spooks come out and this place has more of a haunted house feel. We always leave around 8:00 before anything scary happens!
Cornbelly’s has tons of things to do, and every year they add new and exciting things. There are bounce houses and slides, a big corn maze to get lost in (which we skip every year, but we do the smaller maze), a few different tractor and wagon rides, trampoline pillows (my children’s personal favorite), small corn mazes for your toddlers, a huge corn pit to dig in, and much more. There are also games throughout Cornbellys such as duck races, bean bag tosses, and you can watch pig races!
This year they also had wooden play sets throughout the whole location that looked like different vehicles. They had slides on them, sometimes swings, and lots of places to climb. My boys had to try every single one. There was a fire truck, jeeps, a school bus, tractors, a pirate ship, and a castle. I wished I could have one in my yard.
The only down side to Cornbelly’s is the price. We paid $12/person on a Monday night (luckily we have a two year old who is still free). On the weekend it is slightly more expensive. But we figure it is once a year and we think they have enough activities to justify the price. You could spend a long time in Cornbelly’s. We spent about 3 hours and didn’t do everything, but don’t tell our kids. It was starting to get dark, so we thought we had better get out of there . . . my kids don’t handle scary very well. Watch for discounts the week before Cornbelly’s opens and you will usually find a discount. And if you are a Thanksgiving Point member, you get a 25% discount, too!