It was more than just a maze - there was a haunted house, and conscession stands, pumpkin patches, scarecrow making areas, petting zoo, and much, much more. We took in as much as we could with 8 kids between the ages of 1 and 9 years old.
Here's an overview of some of the fun we had.
|Part of a beautiful display ast the entrance of the farm|
|Kenzie, Sydney and Aidan with their pumpkins. The girls have a|
Harry Potter lightning bold painted on their foreheads.
|Quinn tried to pick up every pumpkin she saw and take a bit out of them.|
|Aidan loved the scarecrow he made in the scarecrow barn|
|Max, Charlie and Kenzie are busy stuffing their scarecrow's head|
|We bought some delicious fudge at this candy shack.|
|Pumpkins of all shapes, sizes and colors were all over the place.|
|This beautiful owl watched over the pumpkin barn.|
|These live scarecrows wandered all over the grounds visiting with people and |
having their pictures taken.
|Six of our kids, with ice cream cones all over their faces|
rode the wagon over to the corn maze.
|There was a parking lot full of hearses with various gruesome creatures in them.|
|Kenzie, Elly, Aidan, Max, Charlie and Sydney at the entrance to the |
Great Prairie Corn Maze
|SIL Curtis riding herd on the kids as they made their way through the maze.|
|Elly and Max resting after their trip through the maze.|
So thst was our very fun day in the country on this beautiful Thanksgiving weekend. To all my fellow Canadians, I hope you all have a great Thanksgiving.