Our family has never had a chance to go together to the Cornbelly's attraction at Thanksgiving Point. "What is Cornbelly's?" you might ask. Well, it is acres of farmland converted into a ton of different (allergy inducing) activities for children to be involved in.
There are tractors to ride and play on,
there is a pit filled with corn kernels to bury yourself (or someone else) in,
there are slides, tether balls, bounce houses, and other various playground equipment,
and there is a giant corn maze to explore.
The children had quite an enjoyable time experiencing all of the sights, smells, and sounds of fall. Ella even got a feel for the tastes when she found a dried corn cob in the maze and carried it around with her, putting it in her mouth to try and take bites of the kernels.
When it became dark and a little chilly, we took that as our cue to call it a night (not to mention, it got pretty crowded by the end of the evening). If we happen upon discounted tickets for Cornbelly's again, I'm sure we will go. We had a great time. (And I was finding corn kernels for a week afterward.)
This post authored by Amber