- Average Review
- (1 review)
- Scare Factor
- Moderately Scary
- Appropriate For
- Youth age 12+
- Organization Type
- Charity / NOT For Profit
- Listing Categories
- Haunted Houses, Haunted Hay Rides, Haunted Mazes / Haunted Corn Mazes, Haunted Trails
- More Info
- Snacks & Refreshments, Outdoor Event(s), Covered Wait Area, Touching Allowed, Free Parking
Guests must pre-register for everyone arriving at camp in their vehicles. Upon arrival, temperatures will be checked and guests will be asked to complete a brief pre-screening survey.
Everyone is required to wear face coverings to attend.
Guests will stay in their vehicles until the time of their tour. We will do our best to take everyone in the order of arrival.
All guests will be assigned to a tour group of 20-25 people.
Prepare and dress for the weather. May be scary for young children.
Light concessions will be available for purchase during the event.
Hours of Operation: Haunted Hayride & Walk
Oct 20, 21, 27, 28: 7 pm - 9 pm
Admission Costs: Cost is free for children 3 and under
Payments Accepted: Cash, Credit Cards, Debit Cards
- event open dates
Email Verified It's only $8! Not crowded. Family friendly.
It's a pretty tame, awfully silly, often nonsensical "haunted" hayride that seems to be designed and staffed by the Boy Scouts it is raising money for. So don't expect anything too "pro" or much more "scary" than a kid in a mask shouting "rarrw!" from next to the wagon. Still... for $8, it's a fun ride in one direction and a nice walk back through some dark woods with a few more "spooks" tossed in for good measure. We arrived AT 7:00 when it was opening and there was already about 200-ish people in line. Wait was nearly exactly an hour (not horrid) and the actual ride is about 10-ish minutes.
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