Cornhole Distance - Kids

Dimensioned drawings of cornhole distances for kids and younger players

Kids-sized cornhole courts are modified playing areas meant to accompany the skills of younger players. The distance between cornhole boards is decreased by nearly half, shrinking from the regulation distance of 27' (8.23 m) to 15' (4.57 m). This shorter distance helps kids learn the basics of gameplay without the strength and accuracy needed to throw bags at the longer distances.

The distance between cornhole boards for young kids should be set at 15' (4.57 m), resulting in the central board holes being spaced at 21’ (6.4 m) apart. Like regulation cornhole courts, the pitching boxes remain sized at at 3’x4’ (91x122 cm) and are located on both sides of the 2’x4’ (61-122 cm) boards. The resulting entirety of a kids cornhole court is 23'x8' (7 x 2.44 m) with an overall area of 180 ft2 (16.7 m2).

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Height: 
Width:
8' | 2.44 m
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Length:
23' | 7 m
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Distance (Edge of Board): 15’ | 4.57 m
Distance (Between Holes): 21’ | 6.4 m
Distance (Total): 23' | 7 m
Team Pitching Boxes: 3’x4’ | 91 x 122 cm
Boards | Platforms: 2’x4’ | 61-122 cm

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Cornhole Distance (Kids) side elevation, side (kids), plan

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Cornhole, also known as bean bags, baggo, bags, or sack toss, is a common lawn game where players (singles or teams of two) throw bean bags at a hole on an angled board to score points. Players score three points for throwing a bag through the hole, and one point for each that lands on the platform.