Hollow of Horror Hayride
Your journey begins on a tractor pulled hay wagon through 50 acres of Pennsylvania fear and terrain like no other. Your ride will take you into the dark trails of our hollow of horror for one of the longest and scariest rides around. Be ready as every hill, every corner, every tree may have creatures lurking and be warned people do get pulled from the wagon.
Your backwoods journey will start with Hillbilly Hell, the home of Aunt Lulu and her demented half breed children that don’t take much of a liking to unknown visitors. Be careful through this sector cause at this time of year, they ain’t no groundhogs or rattle snakes to eat and these fellers have been known to dine on normal folk.
As you exit this house of horror through aunt lulu’s backyard, you will submit to the Slaughter Barn where only the strongest of hearts dare to enter. This barn is home to Chester and his slaughter house is one of the most frightening and disturbing haunted barns around. Carefully make your way though the butcher house, open burial pit, Chester’s work shop along with his whiskey still area and be on the lookout as rumor has it that Chester has bred some type of barn monster that is half human and half animal and he has it chained up inside somewhere.
All New Dead End Corn Maze
If you make it this far, the horror will only get worse. Dead End Corn Maze is full of dreadful surprises before you exit and that’s if you can find your way to the exit. But don’t worry Chester has a plan for the ones that can’t find their way out. Email Haunt Owner
Hours of Operation: Sept 28, Oct 4th & 5th: 6:30pm - 9pm
Oct 13,20,27: 6pm - 9pm
Oct 11,12,18,19,25,16 & Nov 2nd: 6-10pm
First hayride and thrill ride leave at dusk
Admission Costs: All 4 Haunts: $30
Zombie Paintball Ride: $25
Super Combo (All 4 Haunts & Paintball): $45
VIP Add-on: $20 (Available at ticket booth only)
Payments Accepted: Cash
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