Harvest of Haunts

Dates & Time:

  • October 11, 12, 18, 19, 25 & 26, 2019
  • Evening event
    check time availability during booking

Our focus is on FAMILIES with CHILDREN (8 years and older) looking for spooky Halloween adventure. If you are looking for a terrifying Halloween experience, Charmingfare Farm’s Harvest of Haunts would NOT be a wise choice.

Getting around…
This year you can choose how you want to travel the trails!  That’s right!  With two separate modes of transportation, you ride the way you want.  Take a look.

Horse-Drawn Wagons Horse-Drawn Wagons
Draft horses weighing over a ton apiece will easily draw the wagons during your visit.  And you can be sure our horses don’t spook!
Tractor Train Ride Tractor Train Ride
Don’t be afraid of the Tractor Train driver….. he’s harmless! Just step aboard, sit back and enjoy the ride.

Farmer Dick The Farmer
In order to get to The Hay Barn we need to travel through the farmer’s property, and it isn’t going to be easy! He’s crazier than a loon, and all those folks traveling on his land irritates the heck out of him!  Let’s hope you slip right by…word is he runs around with a pitch fork!

The Hay Barn The Wedding Barn
A frightening tale unfolds. Discover why Anna Bell is gathering potential brides. Step inside and learn the true meaning of “Till Death Do Us Part”. 

Witch in the Woods Witch in the Woods
On the way to the Sugar Shack you’ll be passing by The Witch.  Usually she’s out there mixing some sort of concoction in her kettle, and she’s always looking for little ones to add to the pot!  She also drives everyone crazy trying to sell all her nutty potions.

Infested Corn Maze Sugar Shack
Deep in the woods is the Sugar Shack, and you’ll take a breather there before venturing further.  There will be s’mores kits for purchase, hot cocoa, a fire and a festive atmosphere to enjoy.

The Halloween Trail The Halloween Trail
After your stopover at the Sugar Shack climb aboard one of the Horse-Drawn Wagons or the Tractor Train Ride to continue along the Halloween Trail. Keep yours open you never know what you will discover along this old logging trail.

Headless Horseman Headless Horseman
Everyone knows the legend of the Headless Horseman.  And if you don’t, make sure to ask someone on the ride with you!  Most importantly, be on the look out!  He has been spotted on the trail before!

Barnyard Animals Visit the Barnyard Animals
Always fun, take some time and visit the barn animals.  You can visit before or after your ride throughout the farm and woods.

Any available tickets sold at the door are $32 each (no discounts can be applied)

Purchase Animal Feed and Smore Kits online and save money!

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