It's Haunt Time for 2023. Our Haunt is the last 3 weekends of October. Starting Oct. 13 (Friday) and going until Oct. 29 (Sunday). We are open Fridays 7-11 pm, Saturdays 2-11 pm and Sundays 2-7 pm.
You can get all the information on our websites
And you can purchase tickets online at
If you want to book Campfire Sites ($75) or Cabana C ($100), you must book online as they have limited capacity (only 1 Cabana C, and 6 Campfire sites).
We stage all scary haunts, with 7-8 pm being less scary and having children tickets for $10. After 8 pm Adults prices are in affect of $20 on the Oct. 13-14 weekend, $22 on Oct. 20-21 and the last weekend is $25. You can upgrade Children's tickets to an All Night Pass at 8 pm, for the price difference. The Adult price is an all night pass.
Our Pumpkin Barn looks amazing this year, and I'm sure will be a hit for photo ops. We added a bunch of shelves around the barn and it looks amazing. We grow our own pumpkins and gourds, and completed picking last week.
We have the Haunted Corn Maze, Haunted House and Haunted Church. Some 12' tall giants. Shooting games, canteen with popcorn, candy floss and hot chocolate. Hot Kitchen with hamburgers, hot dogs, poutine, mini donuts and home made pies. Awesome pumpkin soup too.
For the Family Friendly times from 2-7 pm on Saturday and Sundays we have a mini bale maze, awesome photo ops, the Pumpkin Throne, old tractor and implements, tractor rides and the Fairy Trail Tale of Jack and the Cornstalk.
Parking lot traffic flow has been improved with the main driveway as an in only, and a new Exit about 100 meters west of the current driveway as a new Exit only. Plus with how dry everything is, we have gained almost 1/2 acre of additional parking.
We have Kaze Productions returning for a vendor, and a new Meraki Art Studio with some readings and such.
Hope to see you out and enjoy the
George Lewko PAg, is a Professional Agrologist, with a certificate in Forensic Agrology. He grew up on his farm, and started Paintball Paradise Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada in 1994. A combine accident left him with only his thumb on his right hand in 1997.