Picture yourself and those you love strolling through the forest on a perfectly chilled October evening when out of the darkness………you scream, a woman in your group faints!!
Pull up your pant legs and hoist yourself up on the wagon for your night time ride to fateful destiny. After a hasty dump off the wagon, brush yourself off for the walk of a lifetime. Those who have the cojones to make it out of the Haunted Forest will receive a rumbling ride back to the saner part of the farm.
The walk through the Haunted Forest requires moderate physical exertion. The Haunted Forest is
designed for youth (ages 12 and up) and adults. It is NOT recommended for younger children or anyone faint of heart. (You DON'T want to take the Walk of Shame!)
Rules for the Haunt
All children 13 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
For safety reasons, flashlights, purses and bags are NOT permitted.
Absolutely No Smoking
Alcohol is Strictly Forbidden
October 3, 4, 10, 11, 17, 18, 24, 25, 30, 31
Opens at dark. Tickets are sold until 10:00pm
Please email or call ahead if your group is larger than 20 to receive the discounted rate & to determine best arrival time for your group.
(Fridays only–middle & high school students w/ school ID-$13/person)
Group discounts available for reserved groups of 20 or more people
1326 US Highways 12 & 18
Deerfield WI 53531
43.027740 / -89.078340
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