Well of course! What could be more fun than a maze? A HAYBALE MAZE, that’s what! Hayland puts up more than 250 large round bales a year. Some are alfalfa and some are prairie hay. Try twisting your way through the hay maze and finding the riddles, then coming up with the correct answers. It’s all just for fun and we will post the answers after the Chuckwagon Dinner.
Sink or swim, relax on the Hayland pond. Get a workout on the paddle boats or just drift along in the canoe or kayaks. Just one important rule: Wear a lifejacket, please. There are no lifeguards, so parents be responsible with your kids. (Free)
A day on the farm wouldn’t be complete without some horsing around. Buggy rides will be available. The cost is cheap, a horse treat (provided by the driver). Consider offering the driver a treat, too (a TIP).
Get a break from those kids and ship them away on the train. Over the bridge and through the prairie, around the bend and back again. (TIP the engineer if you want your kids back. Maybe, a really big TIP if you don’t.)
Take a stroll through the soft rolling meadow. Mowed, winding trails will take you from tree grove to tree grove and to the campground. Along the way, stop and smell the roses and maybe some loco weed. At the very least, avoid the poison ivy. Just a suggestion: don’t wear flip-flops. Beware of wandering airplanes and don’t walk across the active runways.
Come let the kids wear off some of that extra energy in our bouncy house!