Emily went about 1/3 the way through the creature and darted out an emergency exit. She loved it and wanted to go through again, so in we went for the 2nd time. Only this time, we had her go all the way through with us, which she did not like. It got a little scary, if I do say so myself.
I love this picture - waiting for the wagon ride to start
This next activity was probably Emily's favorite. A pump pumped water down a pipe to another pump on the other side. There were little colored ducks that you would put into the pipe and you had to pump the water to send the ducks sailing to the other side. Dave was on the other end sending the ducks back to Emily as fast as he could. Emily played this for a long time.
I did it!
After the kiddie corn maze, Emily wanted to do the big maze for older people. I was a little worried it would be too long for her, but she seemed ready to tackle it. The maze covered like 12 acres of corn and the trails through the corn carved out a picture of David Archuleta. We chose the shorter route (about 45 minutes), but somewhere in the maze, we got way off track and ended up in the other phase of the maze that was supposed to take longer to complete. I'm fairly certain we made it most the way around the maze since we came to all the bridges, and we were out in under 45 minutes! Pretty fun in the dark too, except for the few times I almost twisted my ankle. :)
They had an awesome Pumpkin Princess Playland with a big inflatable castle, dress ups, and even Cinderella's gorgeous carriage.
Of course, our camera batteries went dead right before we were going to take a picture of Emily in Cinderella's carriage. She loved it though. We did lots of other things too including tether ball and dirt car racing.
So glad we were able to go - thanks Jordan for letting us know about it! All in all it was such a fun evening and a steal of a deal!