×
• New Jersey Edition •

 
Log In   |   Sign Up

Advertisement

NewJerseyHauntedHouses.com Halloween Weekend Guide: November 4-7 👻

Home » Blog » NewJerseyHauntedHouses.com Newsletter

       

Halloween may be over but there's still some scary fun taking place here in New Jersey! Whether you're interested in some Fall Fun or Horrifying Haunts, https://www.newjerseyhauntedhouses.com has what you're looking for. Be sure to check these attractions out before they close their doors for the spooky season!

After visiting a haunted attraction, be sure to come back and visit https://www.newjerseyhauntedhouses.com to leave the haunt a review and rating. This will help the attraction be in the running to win the 2021 Haunt of the Year!

Farm of Horrors at Schaefers Farms
Flemington, NJ
Open Friday 11/5 and Saturday 11/6
Spend 45 minutes making your way through 200+ acres of Fright. It starts with our Hair Raising Hayride that “Scares the YELL out of You”, then we let you off in the middle of nowhere for a Treacherous Trek through the “Trail of Terror”, then just when you think you have had enough and begin see that
Field of Screams
Mountville, PA
Open Friday 11/5 and Saturday 11/6
With FOUR intense attractions and a fun-filled entertainment area, Field of Screams is unlike anything that you have experienced before.
Stony Hill Corn Maze and Fun Park
Chester, NJ
Open Friday 11/5, Saturday 11/6 and Sunday 11/7
At Stony Hill Farm Market, fall means that it's time for a new Maze Quest Corn Maze to begin! Our 10-acre corn maze features a new theme every year.
Great Pumpkin Festival & Corn Maze
Vernon, NJ
Open Saturday 11/6 and Sunday 11/7
The Largest Fall Festival in Northern Jersey. The Pumpkin Land Festival at Heaven Hill Farm offers a variety of country-style family entertainment for fall festival goers of all ages everyday from mid-September through October including Monday, Columbus Day.
Melick's Town Farm
Califon, NJ
Open Friday 11/5, Saturday 11/6 and Sunday 11/7
At Melick's Town Farm in Califon, plan to join us on weekends in October for a horse drawn wagon ride out to the pumpkin patch where you can select your own pumpkins still growing on the vine.

       

Comments

There are no comments for this article.

Get the conversation started below!

You must be logged in to post a comment.
Log In / Create Account