The end of the month has arrived, and you know what that means – it’s time to start making plans for Halloween attractions to visit nearby. Add these locations to your to-do list for a late-October adventure.
Take your family to these spots for an exciting experience to remember.
Trunnell’s Family Fun Acre and Farm Market
Be sure to add this family-friendly adventure in Utica, KY to your list. It features pumpkin patches, hay rides, mazes and more! There’s a Jumping Pillow at Trunnell’s, providing kids and adult alike with a fun-filled bouncing experience. Visitors can also stop by the pumpkin patch to select the perfect pumpkin for your jack-o-lantern creation.
Do you and your kids love animals? Trunnell’s Family Fun Acre and Farm Market has got you covered on animal activities too. Take a ride on the beautiful horses at the farm. Then, visit the Animal Barnyard to make new rabbit, duck, and piggy friends. There’s so much going on at this location that we can’t event list it all! Discover more of what you can expect at the farm, here.
Oh, and when you get hungry, be sure to grab a bite to eat from the Farm Grille and The Grainery.
Happy Hollow Farms
If you are looking to pick up a plump pumpkin for your Halloween celebration, stop by Happy Hollow Farms and make your pick. This “roadside produce stand” features fresh items that will go great with a pumpkin pie, or any other tasty goodies you’re planning to make.
Also, be sure to tour the corn maze, take a hay ride, and visit the corn activity center while you’re there. This farm is the perfect family location for some festive fun.
You’ll have to drive a bit further for these attractions, but they are definitely worth the visit.
Field of Screams
Hold on tight – this attraction is one that will knock your socks off! The Field of Screams is known as an extremely frightening horror house in the state of Kentucky. So, if a spooky adventure is what you’re looking for, you’ve found it here.
You can walk through the six-acre haunted cornfield maze, peer inside of the two-story barn, take a dark journey inside of the forest and so much more. Get ready for an hour of terror! Can you handle it?
Ticket sales take place between 7 p.m. and 1 a.m. Visitors are allowed to enter into the Corn Field and Hayride beginning at 9 p.m. If you are a daring adventurer, this is one Halloween experience you won’t want to miss.
*The last day for this haunted house is October 28.
Hetzer Haunted House
Give back while you indulge in Halloween fun at this haunted location. Hetzer Haunted House is a charity event that takes place each year on Halloween night. Don’t underestimate the terror though – this haunted house is one for the books! Prepare to scream and shout as you journey through this year’s attraction. Look out! There may be something creeping around each corner you turn!
Only one non-perishable item is required for admission, and all donations will go to Southwest Community Ministries. (Of course, feel free to bring as many canned goods as you please).
Hetzer Haunted House takes place only on October 31. The fright begins at dusk.
Now that know some of the Halloween activities going on nearby this year, all you need is a vehicle to get you there. Look no further. Stop by and see our Don Moore Automotive professionals and get into the vehicle you need, today!
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