Special events include storytelling with the pumpkin princess, trick-or-treating trail, pig races and more.
As you stroll through the kiddie maze the last few weekends in October, you just might bump into a few loveable characters passing out yummy Halloween treats. Plus, if your kids love Easter, then they'll love our Halloween Egg Hunt! Each child will have the chance to trick-or-treat in the corn and find their own candy-filled eggs! Check our Schedule of Events for days and times.
Pumpkin Princess Carriage
A favorite at Cornbelly's this year is the Pumpkin Princess Playland. Your little princes and princesses will be enchanted by a birthday tea party area, horse-drawn "Cinderella" carriage, pumpkin princess autograph and photo area, small castle for children to play inside of, a "build-a-princess" scarecrow area, and other princess-themed activities.
2nd Annual Pumpkin Princess Pageant; Saturday, October 3 at 2 p.m.
If you dare ... come journey into the belly of Utah's most unique haunted attraction. Hardly haunted (for the little ones and faint of heart) by daylight, this giant beast is one of Utah County's most talked about haunted attractions by night.
Cornbelly's is the home of Utah's original corn maze, which introduced the first maze to the western United States in 1996. Along with the maze, the festival includes a pumpkin patch, jack-o-lantern hayride, jumping pillow, cow train, gemstone mining, corn cannons, pumpkin blasters, pedal kart racing, pumpkin princess playland, haunted creature and much more!
12-Acre Corn Maze!
Honoring a true Utah legend, Larry H. Miller, you can bet that Utah's original corn maze will entertain you with interactive passports, bridges, spinning wheels and more as you travel in search of the one and only exit!
Cornophobia Haunted Maze!
For those who've tried haunted mazes in years past, you'll be eerily surprised by our spooky makeover.
Complete with animatronics, li
September 30 - October 31, 2011
M-Th 4-10 pm; Fri-Sat 10 am - 11 pm
Thanksgiving Point is located 20 minutes south of Salt Lake City and 20 minutes north of Provo, right near the point of Mt. Timpanogos and next to Interstate 15 in Utah County. Take exit 284 from I-15 and travel southwest on Thanksgiving Way.