Terror in the Corn is Colorado’s only haunted hayride & ghost town experience. Our 30 minute three part haunt is one you won’t soon forget. Part one takes you on a hayride into the corn field. Part two drops you off into the middle of the cornfield. You must walk on a single path past scary scenes and hidden ghouls. The third and final part takes you through our haunted ghost town. The entire walking portion is on a single path. This is not in the maze and you will not get lost.
We do not recommend Terror in the Corn for children under 10, but we leave the decision up to the parents. Experience has told us that you can be 35 years old and freaked out where the 10 year old comes out and says. “ah, it’s no big deal!” (Of course he was hanging on to Dad the whole time). So, it really depends on how well your child likes being scared.
Terror in the Corn is now a timed ticketed event. This means that Terror in the Corn will be limiting the number of people who can get in line each hour. You may get in line beginning at the time listed on your ticket. For example, if you purchase an 8:00 PM ticket, you may get in the Terror in the Corn queue line beginning at 8:00 PM. The benefit to you is that you can now spend less time standing in line and more time enjoying other activities here at the farm.
Terror in the Corn tickets include admission to Fall Festival. You may enter the farm as early as 10:00 AM on Thursdays & Fridays and 9:00 AM on Saturday & Sunday.
YES! Everyone who has purchased a ticket by closing time and is in line will get to go on the ride.
No. Fall Festival is included in any Terror in the Corn, Zombie Paintball Hunt or Terror/Zombie combo ticket.
Safety of our customers and our staff is of the highest priority here at the farm. We do our best to stay open during advertised hours but sometimes mother nature does not cooperate with us. When considering closing, we look at road conditions, temperature and the level of mud on the property. Please keep in mind that on a day following a storm it may be warm and dry on the paved roads but very muddy on the farm. Our parking lot, main yard and all wagon trails are dirt and/or gravel. Sometimes it is not safe to run our wagons in the mud and we may choose to close part or all of the farm’s activities until conditions improve. We will post any closures on our website, and Facebook page as soon as any closure is determined.