Night Terrors Haunted Farm
- Address: 4193 NY-7, Schoharie, NY 12157, USA, United States
- Phone: +1-5189254698
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Family And Kids
If you consider yourself a braveheart and can take up any haunting challenge, then pay a visit to the Night Terrors Haunted Farm in Schoharie County. Along the Dead End Trail, you will be greeted with primitive survivors of the colony who are evolved into some beastly creatures. The Harvest Hayride will let you encounter the tortured souls of the Orchard Asylum through the Toxic Swamp. In the dark and haunting world of the Krouse House of Dr Krouse is filled with cackling laughter and cracking of bones that will get the hell out of our mind. The Maize Mayhem and Bezerkus Circus of the Night Terrors Haunted Farm has a lot of terrifying clowns that will chase you through the crypts and the remnants of the cars of the past visitors.
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The lady who runs the whole shindig is an absolute sweetheart. She went above and beyond to make sure we had an awesome time, even though we were the jerks who showed up 30 minutes before they sold their last tickets. Would definitely go back.
We have been going since we found out about this 2 years ago. Best haunted attraction I have ever been to. Can't wait to go every year .
Worst Corn Maze I've visited they charged us $35 and they didn't even have "actors" in all the scenes we were told they were actually volunteers not even paid employees. The lines are outrageous I will never go there again. DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME OR MONEY ON THIS PLACE!!!
Dont go after a hard rain! We were almost up to our ankles in mud. And my friend was using about 10 napkins to get the mud off of her shoes when some guy said to her that they don’t supply napkins so she can wipe the mud off her feet. Mind you there were four of us and we had just spent $18 to get in and about $20 at their snack bar. We drove 40 minutes to get there and before that comment we were willing to stick it out and finish the maze. Screw that. We don’t need to be harassed about using their terribly thin napkins anyway. We felt unwelcome after that. Don’t waste you money it’s not that great. Save it for Double M or Headless Horseman. Lala was cool though!
This was my first time at Night Terrors. I have already been to MM Haunted Hayride and Field of Horrors this season. My only compliment is that the dead end trail is the best attraction here. It is wonderfully done. It has a trail and corn maze, pop up scares, and good props. To get to the dead end trail you have to get on the hayride. This is the most poorly done attraction, you will wait 1-3 hours to get on. I got in line and the wagon had a wheel that wasn't on properly so we had to wait for it to get fixed. Once I was done waiting in the main line, we lined up in queues like if you were riding a rollercoaster. The Tractor only comes every 5 minutes and takes the speed line first, so sometimes the wagon gets filled up before any other lines get on (there are 6 queues total). They randomly pick which lines get to go. So the tractor comes, management talks for about 3 minutes, then they let the speed line in, them they talk for about 2 minutes, let a random line in, talk for about 5 minutes and finally let the tractor go. Then, you wait about 5 minutes for the next tractor. On top of that, their tractors aren't made for mud and they change out the tractors every 30mins-1 hour which take 10- 20 minutes each. So you will wait a long long time. The people are volunteers so once you finally get on the hayride you won't even be scared. It got awkward at times just watching the volunteers trying to scare the people. The makeup also could be done better (did not look real and it looked the same on most volunteers). I would not recommend going if you've been to a couple or more scary places. Field of horrors does it better.