Candy and Cornhole: Fun on a Rainy NE Ohio Day

One very rainy day, my husband and I had decided to take the grandsons to an old favorite, The Red Berry Candy Shop and Cornhole Games and More. We had such a great time. The hardest part of the whole trip was in deciding which candies to purchase. They have over 1,500 candies in stock and are always getting in more. We found so many old-time favorites, like Necco Waffers, Abba Zabba, Sky Bar, and Bun Candy, to name a few.

I allowed each one a budget of $5.00 to spend, and in keeping with their math skills (a good practice to do during summer vacation), they kept pretty close to budget. There is so much to choose from, and it can seem pretty overwhelming once you enter the store. I would suggest before you pick up one of their many colorful shopping baskets, take a trip around the store, check it all out, visit with the store owner Candy, and yes her real name is Candy, then shop, shop, shop!

When you have finished with the candy purchases, head on over to Cornhole Games and More. They have everything the serious and not so serious cornhole player needs. They have everything from table top games, lighted boards, regulation size boards, replacement bags, and scorekeeping markers, all at great prices too! We were very impressed at the quality of the boards and colorful bags.

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Our rainy day turned out great. We got to visit with new people, check out which cornhole boards we wanted to purchase for our campsite, and we didn’t even mind that the sun was not shining; we got to spend the day together and we had candy, lots of candy!

This rainy summer is going by so quickly and before you know it, the kids will be back to school. Take the time to enjoy all that there is to offer in the surrounding counties by ways of our park systems, outdoor movie theaters, theme parks, and specialty businesses.

The Red Berry Candy Shop and Cornhole Games and More are worth visiting this summer. Both are situated together on the West side of Route 528 (at 3098 Rt. 528) heading north through Madison, Ohio.

For more information on both check out this website.