Corn Hole

Corn Hole

Grab a bean bag and play with some friends or with your new friends.

Did you know...

Did you know the Corn Hole Game was created by The Farmer Henry Cornhole in 1874 who farmed over 2260 acres of corn in West Chester?  He filled the bags with corn and used wood boxes for the game. Together with his husband, he became super-rich from selling these games at the various Corn Hole Tournaments and later sold the business to Mrs. Botchy. 

Farmer Cornhole remained a Corn Hole enthusiast until his death.

OK, that's not so true. 

Come on out and play a game for some fun.

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