Please note: this review is for the 2013 season rather than the current season.
by earthangel129 (Newbie Review Crew Member) after attending on Saturday, October 19, 2013 at about 3 p.m.
Submitted: Friday, October 25, 2013
The Haunt and Field of Terrors at Pearce’s Farm Stand were my first haunts on Saturday evening. Pearce’s Farm Stand was easy to find with help from our phone’s navigation system and once we were near there were large lights and signs identifying the haunts. There was plenty of parking and everything was very well lit. When we walked up from the parking lot, there was a large building where you could buy your tickets and some great concession items including some tasty hot chocolate that I tried. We purchased our tickets and then we took a look around the attraction area. There is a huge hay bale climbing structure and a small maze for little ones. There are cut-outs for picture opportunities and many fire pits to sit near and keep warm. The fire pits were just what I needed on Saturday because it was cold. The cold wasn’t keeping other visitors away from Pearce’s, there were lots of people there enjoying the attraction with us. We decided that we would go through The Haunt, a haunted barn, first.
The haunt at Pearce’s Farm Stand is a haunted barn. When we got in line and waited at The Haunt the line seemed short, but quickly we realized that at this attraction, very small groups go in at a time. So, although the line seemed short, our wait time was a little longer than I first thought it would be. That being said, when we did get to go in, just the two of us got to go in all by ourselves. This is not something that you get at every attraction. Many times you may walk around a haunt with a group of five to seven people, many of whom you may not know. I thought it was pretty exciting to go in by ourselves. This haunt lasted about ten minutes and includes a lot of disorientating dark winding passageways and quick thrills that startled us. This haunt is creepy and effective for young and old alike. We saw a variety of ages of people going through the haunt and all seemed to be having a great time. When we exited the haunted barn, we decided to go get into line for the haunted hayride.
FIELD OF TERRORS
The Field of Terrors at Pearce’s Farm Stand is a haunted hayride through a winding, creepy corn field. When we got in line for the hayride, I thought we might we waiting a long time, the line was long and there the ride seemed long. Then we saw they were bringing in another tractor to pull us along and our wait time only totaled about 20 minutes. When our ride approached, a large group of us were allowed on, in the entire group there were probably about 25-30 people on the ride. When I got on, I realized you get to sit on hay bales that are set up against the walls of the ride, as well as, along the middle of the bed. We sat on the ride and waited for the tractor to start up. We waited another ten minutes or so before the ride began. Make sure you wear extra layers if it is cold outside, because I was very cold. The ride lasted for about 20-25 minutes as it wound around twists and turns in an eerie cornfield. The cornfield is very dark and there are not a lot of other lights around. As I rode around, I found to my delight several displays set up throughout The Field of Terrors. All of the displays include sound and light effects, as well as actor interaction. There is also sound set up through the duration of the ride. I don’t want to give too much away, but the actors in The Trail of Terrors are great. Super surprising and creepy, there were people jumping all over the ride. I really enjoyed the ambiance of the ride and the fact that you get to sit and be pulled the entire time you are being scared, really is a treat that I haven’t often encountered.
The Haunt and Field of Terrors at Pearce’s Farm Stand are great attractions and Pearce’s has so much more to offer. Pearce’s Farm Stand strikes me as one of the best places to go haunting with a large group of people or with the family. The bonfire atmosphere screams sit and chat awhile, catch up with an old friend or with your children. I thought that the area was beautiful and very professional. The attractions were fun and creepy and I hope to go back next year to see Pearce’s again.
The Haunt and Field of Terrors at Pearce’s Farm Stand offers a variety of fun and fright. I thought that the hayride, Field of Terrors, was creepy and eerily relaxing. I found The Haunt, a haunted barn to make me jump and shriek. Pearce’s offers bonfire pits, a huge mountain of hay bales to climb, and great concessions. There is something for all ages at this attraction. I plan on going back again next year, and you should plan your group gathering tonight.