Cornbelly’s | Lehi

Cornbelly’s is part of Thanksgiving Point’s annual Halloween celebration. This is one of my kids’ favorite things to do. They have tons of activities for little ones, but also things geared for your older children. We have been going to Cornbelly’s since our kids were very small and this is the one Fall activity they ask to do every single year. So we always plan to spend the money on this event!

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There is a fun little town set up in Cornbelly’s that is perfect for young kids.
We have been going to Cornbelly’s since our kids were very little.

If you go before dark and on weekdays 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, mostly because Mom is a big fraidy cat.

Cornbelly’s has tons of things to do, and every year they add new and exciting things. There are bounce houses and slides, 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. We also enjoy all of the games throughout Cornbelly’s such as duck races and bean bag tosses.

Every year there are different shows to watch at Cornbelly’s. We have seen pig races, magicians, dog shows, and even a lumberjack show. They have parades on some evenings, too. So make sure to pick up a schedule when you arrive and see what is happening that night.

There are lots of big slides at Cornbelly’s.
The jumping pillow is always popular.
The mini golf course is super cute. All the holes are shaped like Halloween items.
My boys went in this tiny maze about 10 times.
We spend many minutes throwing balls, as usual.
The zipline is always popular.
Our middle son’s pig won the pig race, so he got a pig nose.
This is the one scary thing that my kids will do. The beast!
There is a small petting farm area.
Mom even got pulled up onto the stage for this magic show.

Cornbelly’s has a huge corn maze, too. We usually skip the corn maze because our kids love all of the other activities, and we always hit corn mazes at Glen Ray’s Pumpkin Patch or Cross E Ranch’s Fall Festival.

Since our kids were very young, they have loved to play on the wooden play sets that look like different vehicles. Most of them have slides on them, sometimes swings, and lots of places to climb. My boys had to try every single one. There have been things like fire trucks, jeeps, school buses, tractors, pirate ships, castles.

The wooden play structures are amazing!
It doesn’t matter that the boys are bigger now, they still love the wooden playsets.

There are lots of other activities that you can pay extra to do when you visit Cornbelly’s. We don’t always do these extra activities, but out kids have enjoyed the gem mining, apple cannons, and the foam ball blasters. This is only if you want to splurge a little bit.

Our boys were in heaven shooting foam balls at each other!

We always spend about 3-4 hours, and we never manage to fit everything in, but don’t tell our kids. Like I mentioned above, we always head out once it starts to get dark and close to bedtime. We feel that the amount of time and fun we have at Cornbelly’s definitely makes up for the price of tickets. Make sure to use the code above to save the extra $3. We recommend arriving when it opens and staying as late as you can.

If you are looking for other ideas for the Fall, Check out our HUGE list of Fall Activities in Utah.

There are tons of fun spots to take photos at Cornbelly’s, too!
There are so many fun activities at Cornbelly’s! You have to check it out!


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