Please note: this review is for the 2008 season rather than the current season.
by mommyof2 after attending on Saturday, October 11, 2008 at about 3 p.m.
Submitted: Sunday, October 12, 2008
We went with our kids during the day time session. During the day it was fun but not very scary. There is a novelity shop that had a variety of things from cheap to a little more pricy. A little for everyone. They also had popcorn and beverages. There was a pizza stand on the grounds that is trying to make money for the stoughton youth center. They also have a large sheltered area for the wait to get on the wagon ride to the grave yard, or to eat your food (thay have a few picnic tables). The price was nice at $5 per person and 3 and under free. During the day they have tour guides and no spooky coustumes. We went back that night without the kids and it became a whole new experiance. There were many ghouls, surprises in the woods and in the barn. I don't want to say to much about what is in store during the evening and ruin the surprise. We had gone at night last year and alot has changed. There were quite a few new additions. At night it is scary. The extra $2 (the price is $7 per person at night) is well worth it. The ladies at the door are vary nice they asked us for comments and suggestions so they could improve the barn. They really care about it being the best it can be.
Over all it was a good experience. My children (they are 5 and 3) loved it during the day (even though they were a little scared). Then the adults got to enjoy a more intense experience at night. I will go next year if not again this year.