Hayrides in New Jersey
The headless wagon driver was your first clue that things were not going to be ordinary on this Haunted Hayride. After several minutes of being lured into a sense of calm, however, it was perfectly reasonable for you to expect that this ride would simply be a celebration of Halloween's myths and legends. But that was before your wagon was chased by a screaming lunatic with a buzzing chainsaw. Now, each moment is filled with terror as your eyes are trying to focus on the all-encompassing darkness. The threat is real since any number of monsters could be mere feet away from the wagon. Despite you being on the verge of losing your sanity, the wagon rolls on further through the black void.
If you dare, hop on board our Haunted Hayride that runs continuously through 66 haunted acres deep in the bowels of New Jersey’s Pine Barrens.
If you are lucky enough to survive the Haunted Hayride... Read More
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Cornfield of Terror
Egg Harbor City, NJ
ARE YOU READY FOR THE SCARE OF YOUR LIFE?
Legend has it that many years ago a local farmer from this area went into his cornfield to bring in the harvest and was never seen again. The only remaining ... Read More
Scare Farm will have all new terrifying attractions for you year after year!... Read More
Night of Horror
Flashlight Corn Maze,
The Corn Maze isn’t challenging enough? How about we make it a little more interesting… Experience our corn maze in total darkness! All you need is a flashlight and a few frien... Read More
New Jersey may be relatively small, but 8,700+ square miles still leave a tremendous amount to explore. As there seems to be a haunted attraction on nearly every corner, navigating your way to all of the ones you want to experience this Halloween can be quite the challenge. Utilize HauntedNewJersey.com's map to find haunts in your area and to discover new ones across the state's towns and cities.