Attractions: Take It Easy

Take your time and enjoy our more gentler paced attractions.

You've navigated your way through the mazes, burnt off some energy on the active fun attractions and had a laugh with Kernel Kernel and the scarecrows.

Why not slow the pace a little but still keep the fun level high with one or more of our take it easy attractions.

Have a seat on the cafe terrace while the kids play in the sand and water area, challenge the family to a round of crazy golf, go for a spin with the kids on the electric quad bikes, or get creative on the mural wall.

CORNstruction Zone

The kids can spend hours playing in our sand & water CORNstruction Zone, pumping water down the runnels, creating dams and making streams. The CORNstruction Zone is based on a building site and the kids can use diggers, cranes and pulleys to move sand around our giant sand pit. All within sight of the sunny café terrace, so parents can keep an eye on the younger ones as they play. What's more we even provide a handy foot wash station so the sand doesn't have to come back in the car with you!

Giant Mural Painting

The kids can get involved in painting on our giant maze murals, colour in corn cobs, cows and tractors and we will clean up the mess!

Corn on the Club Crazy Golf

This craziest of crazy golf courses will put your golfing skills to the test. Its crazy golf like you've never played before with corn on the cob shaped clubs and 9 cornfusing holes each with their own corn themed cobstacles.

Corn on The Quad

These coin operated quad bikes are fun for all ages, there is room for 2 to ride, so adults can ride on with the smaller kids. Race your friends and family around the twists and turns of our specially designed track.

(a charge of £1.00 per ride as these are coin operated)

Remote Corntrol Boats

Take a power cruiser for a spin round the lake, but watch out for the lighthouse, there may be rocks nearby! (coin operated)

The Scarecrow Centre

Visit Farmer Tom's scientific centre for research into crow scaring. Meet the hawks, owls snakes and spiders that we hope will keep those pesky crows at bay.