A family tradition. Still lots of fun.
We've been coming here for at least 10+ years give or take and we still have a good time. My husband and I only do the hayride because I'll admit, the hike is just to scary for me. My daughter went through a couple years ago and she ran out. We went pretty late and it was really dark. Not to long she came running out terrified. She would've stopped to look around but after a couple of scares, she just wanted out. Definitely not for little kids. The hayride is also scary but in a fun suspenseful way. A lot of work and thought goes into making everything go together so it's not cheesy but scary. I like the witch in the cage who also but nothing mean will say something to a couple of people in the wagon. One year she mentioned a snake. Some put a harmless but real snake in the wagon. I'm terrified of snakes and it made the ride that much more great. We recommend this attraction to families. I like fun scary but when walking through pitch black house and someone taking their jump scare to far. It's one of only a couple of Halloween attractions we all still go to.
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