On the way to our destination, I got the feeling someone was watching me. I was right!
Where were we headed? The Corn Maze at Anderson Farms. (This isn’t an official review, and we paid for our entrance tickets. If you look at their link, you’ll see an arial shot of the mazes. We walked through the big maze to do the maze at the top of the picture.) It was fantastic. We weren’t sure how busy it would be, and the line to get tickets was HUGE.
Before we left, I’d remembered seeing online that if you purchased tickets online, you could skip to the front of the line. We hadn’t thought it necessary to do that…until we saw the line. So, I got out my phone, and in less than 5 minutes, we were able to skip to the front of the line with our “online tickets!” BONUS.
You know how much we LOVE doing shadow portraits. This windmill was just BEGGING to be a backdrop.
We found our first stop! The maze was really tricky, but we mastered it! (There were different numbered stations to find, and the kids had a mystery to solve based on the clues listed at each one.) Fun!
There is a platform bridge in one of the mazes, and from it, you can see the maze we did in the distance.
Claire and Daddy tried their hand at using the slingshot to shoot gourds at targets. They did a great job! See the “Punkin’ Chunkin’ Cannon” in the distance? We watched a guy shoot that, too!
*Yes, that’s my shadow taking their photo!
As we were leaving, we saw this guy. Bet he has the best view of the maze!
It really was an a-MAZE-ing day!