Red’s Corn Maze Massacre:
Jebediah “Red” Slaughter was excited when he inherited property from his deceased cousin Ezekiel Slaughter. Wanting to create a new name for his family in the town of Eureka, he started building barns, hosting hayrides and planting corn throughout the valley. He soon opened it to the public for all to enjoy. He had a full staff of employees, and Red was finally getting rid of his formerly-tainted family reputation. All was going well until a chemical spill a few miles away poisoned his crops and family reputation once again. Without buyers for his crops, Red and his farm slowly deteriorated and fell into bankruptcy. Believing he could wash the chemicals away, Red and his brother Bob began working on a new well to provide them with the necessary water to clean their land.
As they dug, they came across a chest covered in archaic symbols. Foolishly, Red and Bob opened the chest, releasing ancient demonic spirits which quickly possessed Red and Bob before taking over the souls of their employees too. Possessed by this evil force, they butchered every animal and innocent person on the farm before wandering into the cornfield… never to be seen again. Once again, the farm lay abandoned. In 2009, when it reopened, it was mysteriously beckoning thrillseekers into the corn, only for them never to be seen again.
Farmer Bob's Haunted Hayride:
Robert “Bob” Slaughter was the brother of Jebediah “Red” Slaughter who was wanting to create a new name for their family in the town of Eureka. Bob helped his brother Red building barns, hosting hayrides and planting corn throughout the valley. Along with a full staff of employees, Red and Bob were finally getting rid of their tainted family name. Once again, the farm lay abandoned. In 2009, when it reopened, it was mysteriously beckoning thrillseekers into the corn, only for them never to be seen again.
Fear Farm is open again and bigger than ever! Lose your soul in Red’s Corn Maze Massacre or take a ride on Farmer Bob’s Haunted Hayride in the Haunted Valley of Eureka.
Pick Your Own
Draft Horse Exhibit
Hours of Operation: Daytime Corn Maze:
Wednesday - Sunday: 10 am - 6 pm
Haunted Corn Maze:
Friday & Saturday: 7 pm - Midnight
Pre-Registration NOT REQUIRED For Fall Attractions
Admission Costs: $9 - (12 and up)
$6 - (4 - 11)
Free - (under 3)
Haunted Corn Maze: $20 cash only at the gate
- event open dates
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