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Jones Orchard Festival of Fear & Fall Family Fun

 
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  (2 reviews)
Scare Factor
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Fun for the Family
Organization Type
Commercial / For Profit
Listing Categories
Haunted Hay Rides, Haunted Mazes / Haunted Corn Mazes, Pumpkin Patches, Hay Rides (Kid Friendly), Mazes / Corn Mazes (Kid Friendly), Other Events
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Wheelchair Accessible, Outdoor Event(s), Touching Not Allowed, Free Parking
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Festival of Fear
Our maze is only the beginning of the terrific and terrifying Fall Fun at Jones Orchard. Brave your way through our haunted attractions in the Festival of Fear!

Shadowlands:
Back for it’s 15th year and this season the horrors that haunt Jones’ Corn Maze are ready to consume more than just the maze. Can you make your way through this winding journey alive?

Lost in the acres of corn and woods behind Jones Orchard hides a horrific secret. This cursed land is swarming with monsters and mayhem. Creatures so terrifying they have resorted to clown masks to hide their mutated faces. Don’t let their friendly disguises fool you! They’re on a bloodthirsty prowl for something to feel the pain they’ve felt.

Will you survive the twists and turns of shear horror the Shadowlands have in store for you?

Hysteria:
It’s a long told story about a group of hermits. Those lonesome folk that hid themselves away in the back property of the orchard. Never to be seen by public eye and only eating the corn cobs that grew in the nearby fields, the hermits had always been pretty tame. But now they’re looking for a feast. Not the feast of something as simple as corn. Something more filling, something meatier, something human.

Experience this longer, crazier, and all new wild trek through the hidden secrets of Jones Orchard.
A 600 acre farm growing peaches and other produce since it was founded in 1940. Pick your own pumpkins from their five acre patch, get lost in their ten acre cornfield and enjoy a hayride. The Festival of Fear offers a haunted hayride and other spooky attractions.

During the fall, they welcome visitors to their maze and haunted attractions, including the Shadowlands Journey of Terror, Hangman’s Hollow Haunted Hayride and Scarecrow Theater.
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Hours of Operation: Haunted Attractions:
7 PM – 11 PM - Fridays & Saturdays
7 PM – 10 PM - Sundays & Halloween

Fall Fun & Corn Maze:
Friday: 6 p.m. - 11 p.m.
Saturday: 12 p.m. - 11 p.m.
Sunday: 12 p.m. - 10 p.m.
Halloween: 6 p.m. - 10 p.m.

Admission Costs: Haunted Attractions:
$18.00 per person for single attraction
$30.00 - for both attractions

Fall Fun & Corn Maze:
Adults & Children (6 and older) $8.00
Children: 5 and under FREE (with paying adult)

Payments Accepted: Cash

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Event last updated 5 days ago. Please confirm dates on haunt website before you go.

Recent Reviews

  • It was a nice night out.

    My husband and I attended the Shadowlands attraction on October 31st, 2020. It was a beautiful night with a full moon. The wait was about an hour beside a corn maze and in the middle of dense fog. Once inside we had the pleasure of going through the maze filled with actors wearing a variety of cool masks, hiding in multiple spots. We were not scared for the majority of the haunt but we did get a scare from a great actor dressed in a white costume who could win the world championship of the Mannequin Challenge. Overall everyone was nice and dressed in the nicest plaid shirts. It was a great date night for hubby and I that was filled with great people but little fright.

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    Posted November 2020

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    We did both attractions, the haunted hay ride as well as the shadowlands. The haunted hay ride is non stop thrills from all directions. Don't show fear or they torment you even more ?? The shadowlands is pretty intense, walking through a dark corn field you never know what's lurking G. Worth the money and the wait.

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    Posted October 2016

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