Okanagan company adds ‘watermelon smash’ activity to corn maze

Kelowna Fruit-N-Veggies has reopened the largest corn maze in the Okanagan Valley at the end of August. Junior partner Dominique Coulombe: "Last year we just had the one path, which was about an hour and a half. This year we have the standard path that we added. It's like other corn mazes in the area. They are about 20 minutes to half an hour."

In a new addition, on the advanced path, maze-goers get to take part in a game. Last year, the farm launched a new tennis ball cannon for the whole family to enjoy, which will be back by popular demand. This year, they have also added a watermelon smash activity.

"We have a lot of excess watermelons that are overripe. So, instead of trying to sell them, we are going to offer them up for a watermelon smash. For $2, you get to take a bat and smack it," Coulombe added.

Source: castanet.net

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