- 116 South Branch Rd
- Hillsborough, NJ
- 908-371-COWS (2697)
- Average Review
- (9 reviews)
- Scare Factor
- Very Scary
- Appropriate For
- Ages 13 & Up
- Organization Type
- Commercial / For Profit
- Listing Categories
- Haunted Hay Rides, Spook Walks / Haunted Trails, Pumpkin Patches, Halloween Festivals & Parades, Hay Rides (Kid Friendly), Mazes / Corn Mazes (Kid Friendly), Other Events
- More Info
- Snacks & Refreshments, Outdoor Event(s), Touching Not Allowed, Free Parking
Creepy Hollow, a walk through haunted corn trail; Paranoia, also a walk through haunted corn trail and the Slay Ride a Haunted Hay Ride.
About the Attractions:
The Creepy Hollow story is one of the most complex and darkest parts of the whole Scare Farm history. Although it’s been over a century since the Atrum family farmed this property the locals called Creepy Hollow, their evil legacy remains. Could it have been the pull of this dark land that changed something in them? Neighbors would say that the scarecrows were there for more than just scaring the crows away and you could always hear maniacal laughter through the red corn. So come and walk the same fields where ‘Old Eli’ grew and harvested his gruesome crop and “Live The Story…Or Die Trying."
The Slay Ride: Is it possible for a place to drive a person to madness and terror? While the concentration
of strange, twisted and tragic events continue in the darkness under the cold harvest moon, take a hayride at night and you will see the truth revealed. Once the sun goes down and the mask of this happy fall destination is stripped away, you will see Scare Farm as it truly exists. The terror is real, your nightmares can come to life and madness rules the land. So if you have ever thought about taking a haunted hayride during the Harvest Moon, climb aboard “The Slay Ride” and Fear the Ride!
Paranoia: Do you know the meaning of Paranoia? It is a thought process believed to be heavily influenced by
anxiety or fear, often to the point of irrationality and delusion. Paranoid thinking typically includes beliefs of conspiracy concerning a perceived threat towards oneself…e.g. "Everyone is out to get me." We will explore you deepest and darkest fears in this walk through the corn field that is planted on the sacred burial grounds! Do you know what really scares you? Well we do! And remember while you are in Paranoia "Everyone Really Is Out To Get You"
We also invite you to try The Corn Maze (non haunted attraction) Email Haunt Owner
Hours of Operation: Ticket Booth
Friday & Saturday: 6:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Sunday: 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
First victims enter after 7 PM. Haunt remains open until everyone has gone through.
Admission Costs: One (1) Haunt Attraction $16
Any Two (2) Haunt Attractions $26
All Three (3) Haunt Attractions $35
VIP Access $60 per person
Payments Accepted: Cash, Credit Cards, Debit Cards
- event open dates
Recent ReviewsReview This Haunt
i tried haunt last night (oct 30) snd let me tell you for me it was te scariest one i've been too! Totally worth the money and I would not bring a child under 12 to this. The hayride was pretty scary. Creep Hollow by far is the scariest! i ran, screamed, was startled. it's not for the faint of heart. the third event is Paranoia. Depending on what you find creepy or what scares you, you may/may not find this walk scary.
Scare Factor: Fun Factor: Haunt Value:
3 out of 3 found this review helpful
My friends and I had such a fun time at scare farm that we're planning on turning this to an annual Halloween event. The corn maze was one mile long and it literally gave me a run for my money because my friends told one of the zombie clowns to chase me with a fake chain saw LOL. It was hysterical and so much fun; I cannot wait to go back next year. The people who worked there were so courteous and professional. My other friend lost her keys on the hay ride but one of the workers took the time to find them and return it to them at the end of our corn maze adventure. I give this place two thumbs up : )Posted 10/26/14
6 out of 7 found this review helpful
A fantastic experience
All in all, scare farms was a huge success. You definitely have to purchase all three attractions if you want to get the full experience. The forty minute drive there was worth the trip, because this place provided us with close to two hours of fear. The corn maze walks were definitely my favorite. My friends and I were in a constant fight to be in the middle of the pack lolPosted 10/25/14
6 out of 6 found this review helpful
Even better than last year!!!
Wow! They stepped up their game this year! Last year they were good, but I thought they did a much better job with their "Slayride" hay ride this year, and my GOD!!! PARANOIA is terrifying!!! I guess they are really becoming a great haunt! I LOVED it! Would love to see more creepers in their graveyard while waiting in line, but their new old-fashioned horse drawn hearse looked AMAZING!!! Now all they need are more ZOMBIES!!! If last year and this year are any sign of things to come, I CANT WAIT TO SEE what sick and twisted things they come up with next year!!!Posted 10/8/14
4 out of 4 found this review helpful
This has been one of the best scary attractions I have been to. Definitely a hidden treasure. I've been to fright fest and the eastern state penitentiary. Those were more expensive and less exciting. I went to the 3 scary attractions. The lines weren't that long and you get your money's worth. $28 for all 3. They also had food and pumpkin picking for families which is good. The rides were also lasting, unlike some scary rides that you stand in line for hours and its over in 30 seconds. I loved it and will probably be back next year :DPosted 10/29/13
2 out of 2 found this review helpful
Far more than expected
Went here last night, Scare Farm isn't some kiddy haunted house despite the family friendly events hosted during the day. There is 3 events to choose from plus a rather large corn maze to explore. Additionally food is served on site plus a the shop that has various locally grown and made products for sale as well. The 3 main attractions are Slay Ride, Paranoia, and Creepy Hollow. Slay Ride is a haunted hay ride but unlike other hay rides has its own twist that makes it totally worth your while. Creepy Hollow and Paranoia are both haunted trails though the corn. Would recommend this to anyone looking for a fun haunt without the 2 hour lines you find at some bigger events.Posted 10/21/13
2 out of 2 found this review helpful
GREAT HAUNTED FUN!
For the price & the drive, this farm was worth it! We went thru all 3 attractions- Paranoia (acorn maze walk), Slay Ride (a tractor ride thru the property with scary stops along the way) & Creepy Hollow (another corn maze walk, which was THE BEST). All Iin all, a really fun time & coconcessions to boot!! Keep it up Scare Farmers!! Stephanie & VinnyPosted 10/19/13
0 out of 2 found this review helpful
Great time for all ages!
Had an awesome time here over the weekend! A must-go for all locals! (and non-locals, too!) The Paranoia Maze was the best part!Posted 10/8/13
2 out of 3 found this review helpful
haunted trail was well done!Posted 7/31/13
1 out of 2 found this review helpful