Hauntings are frequently attributed to a community's overactive imagination, much like the existence of Wyoming. You be the judge with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $29 for one VIP Quad pass valid Thursday or Sunday (a $65 value)
- $32 for one VIP Quad pass valid Friday or Saturday (a $65 value)
- $59 for two VIP Quad passes valid Thursday or Sunday (a $130 value)
- $65 for two VIP Quad passes valid Friday or Saturday (a $130 value)
Each pass affords holders access to the front of the line at each of the four attractions: Killer Kornfield, Zombie Attack: Haunted Hayride, the Unknown Barn, and Dementia 3D: Haunted Barn. See a calendar of open dates here.
Field of Terror
Every October for the past nine years, Field of Terror has opened its gates for thrill seekers bold enough to brave the terrors lurking inside its rural haunts. This year, the farm will host four separate attractions, starting with the Killer Kornfield, a maniacal maze ruled by evil plant-men—failed scientific specimens brought to life by the infamous Farmer Frank. From there, they'll board the hayride into Zombie Town, a community overrun by those who found themselves the innocent victims of Frank's need for human DNA. Should they make it out with their brains intact, passengers will alight to face ghastly horrors in the Unknown Barn, which is rumored to be the very site where the farmer conducted his grisly experiments and hosted his petrifying Friday-night square dances. Visitors will have to navigate the dark, twisting hallways in order to avoid becoming yet another of Frank's victims, and if they're lucky enough to escape, they'll don special protective glasses to make it through Dementia 3D, where chemical exposure has turned some of the farmer's prey into unspeakable horrors.
Every night, the terror of the fields is countered by a host of spirit-lifting activities, including bonfires, DJs, dancing, and nightly hayrides to the pumpkin patch. Those who lose their nerve can detour toward less terrifying attractions such as a straw-bale maze or the family-friendly flashlight maze, which is open each night until 10 p.m.