Halloween is coming up again fast, and there's a lot of that seasonal fun out there in the air and people all over the Dayton area and all over Ohio are looking for ways to get out there and enjoy everything you'd expect to find during the Halloween season. One of the best ways to do that is to get out there and enjoy really cool Halloween trails that are all over Ohio, and one of the very best that we've seen is at Adventure Acres. Located just outside of Dayton, Adventure Acres is a amazing all around family fun experience which includes some really great seasonal activities. What are those great seasonal activities? Well, just to get started, Adventure Acres main feature is it's almost nine miles of amazing corn mazes which are cut into some really fun shapes and can provide hours of fun for families and group parties. Beyond that, you're looking at incredible haunted hay rides down the Halloween trails that are a ton of fun, as well as the opportunities to fire really cool corn cannons, to get out there and experience a great bonfire with your friends and family, or to take a walk through the pumpkin patch as well. As you can tell, there is a ton to do at Adventure Acres, so much that it's hard to even break it all down in just one website, but we're going to try to dive in and tell you a little more about the Halloween trails you can navigate your way through when you're having fun at Adventure Acres.
The Halloween Trails at Adventure Acres
Adventure Acres is the type of place you'd go and expect to find something great waiting around every corner, and in truth you will. But, if you're running your way through the Halloween trails at Adventure Acres, experiencing the super fun corn mazes, you may just find that around some corners, there's nothing but a dead end of corn stalks just mocking you and telling you that you're not good enough to make it through. Don't give in. You can do it! Whether you're getting your spook on or you just want to run around and experience the maze, the cool puzzles, great prizes, and the chance to beat your friends at navigating your way through the maze proving once and for all that you are the master of all challenges and the pumpkin king, there's so much to do at Adventure Acres.
Looking for something a little less labor intensive than running all over the place trying to find yourself a way out of a maze? You can explore the amazing and exciting haunted trails of Adventure Acres to get a little family friendly frights all while enjoying the fun of a classic hay ride along Halloween trails. Get on the back of the old Johnny Popper, a classic John Deere tractor, and ride through the beautiful rural setting in the fall while also getting a peak at some of the ancient spirits which seem to haunt the trails at Adventure Acres, spending eternity trying to spook out people who ride along. Sounds like fun, right?
What Else is at Adventure Acres?
Need even more reasons to come enjoy the season at Adventure Acres? Well, for the kids there is the giant pirate ship themed playground, or the cow train ride which is a ton of fun for little ones who you want to give a taste of the season's fun to. The barn on site is huge and beautiful and was actually the winner of the very prestigious 2009 Ohio Barn of the Year award, which isn't come by easily at all. Beyond that, as we mentioned before, are the corn cannons. What, you ask, are corn cannons? Well, corn cannons are just about exactly what they sound like.
That is, as long as corn cannons sound to you like high pressured compressed air cannons capable of firing an ear of corn about five hundred feet at any given moment. You can get a chance to fire corn cannons at targets, or if free shooting is more your style, you can launch ears of corn over across the miles of farmland around you, giving a nasty surprise to the unsuspecting crops below that will soon be receiving the wrath of your corn mortars. Pretty exciting, right? Well, if it sounds like a great way to enjoy the season to you, get out to Adventure Acres Thursday and Friday evenings or Saturdays and Sundays throughout the day and evening. Located just outside Kettering and Centerville at 784 S. Alpha Bellbrook Rd. in Bellbrook, Ohio.