Terror in the Corn is 10 acres of fear offering an immersive experience into a world of the unknown. You and your friends will travel by enclosed trailer only to be dropped off in the middle of nowhere and nothing but corn fields around you filled with your darkest fears. You will finally happen upon the abandon town of Raven's Gulch to which you will have to make your way through the nightmares that greet you at every turn.
We don't call it a "Mile of Mayhem" for nothing!!
Terror in the Corn does not have an age limit, however, 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.
No. All admission prices are the same for everyone.
HOW IT WORKS
Step 1) Determine what day you plan on coming.
Step 2) Click the chosen date on our “Buy Tickets” now calendar.
Step 3) Select the time you would like to get in line.
Step 4) Purchase your tickets.
ITS JUST THAT EASY!
GETTING STARTED ONCE YOU ARRIVE
Terror in the Corn has a staging area with 1/2 hour time slots displayed.
You may enter the staging area 1/2 hour before your designated time marked on your ticket.
If you have a 9PM ticket and it’s 7PM there's no reason to be standing in line for 2 hours while you could be enjoying the other activities on the farm. That's one benefit of TIMED TICKETING.
When its your time we will move you from the staging area to the queue line to begin your journey to Terror in the Corn.
We make every effort to minimize wait times. However, on very busy nights you may experience some delays, possibly an hour or more.
We hate LONG lines just as much as you do.
Timed ticketing was designed to eliminate extremely long lines and allow you to enjoy other activities on the farm until your time slot is ready.
We highly suggest purchasing online as tickets are limited to reduce wait times.
No. All tickets allow ONE pass through Terror in the Corn. If you would like to go through again, you would have to purchase another ticket.
In order to gain entry to the property, you have to have your ticket scanned at the ticket booth to receive your appropriate wristbands. We recommend printing off your tickets for ease of scanning, but we are able to scan the tickets from your smartphone.
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 go through the attraction.
No. Fall Festival is included in any Terror in the Corn or Zombie Paintball Hunt ticket.
There are currently no group rates available for Terror in the Corn.
No. We have TONS of FREE parking.
Terror in the Corn is ADA accessible, however please note that we are an outdoor attraction and there are areas where tight spaces or muddy spots can affect your experience for which bypasses are available. Please notify our staff upon your arrival and we will assist you through your experience.
We do not have an excess of strobe lights, but there are spots where we do. We do utilize a large amount of fog to help create our scary atmosphere. However, as an outdoor attraction, the fog generally does not stay thick enough to affect those with breathing issues. We recommend reaching out to your physician to ensure whether or not you should go through.
Yes, we have off-duty police officers and security personnel onsite to ensure the safety of our customers and employees.
No. Due to safety issues, no one who has to be carried will be admitted to the attraction.
We do not recommend pregnant women to go through the haunted house. We suggest calling your OB/GYN and/or Physician to discuss the situation with them.
No. All personal items are required to be placed securely in pockets or bags to avoid being lost. We are unable to stop the show to search for lost items. Additionally, no photos or video may be taken inside the attraction.
No. Our actors will not touch you once inside the attraction. We also ask that YOU do not touch our actors. They are here to entertain you, not to be your personal punching bag.
Absolutely not! As we mentioned, our actors are here to entertain you, not to be your personal punching bag. If you hit one of our actors it is considered assault and we will press charges. If you are prone to lashing out or punching when you're scared, we recommend going to Disneyland instead.
If you find you are unable to make it through our attraction, please let the actor in your room know and they will escort you outside or pull you aside until security can get to you. Please note, if you are unable to finish the attraction, we still do not allow refunds.
Yes, we accept all major credit cards at our box office and merchandise booth.
In order for you to have the best experience possible, we recommend groups no larger than 6. We generally try to break up groups any larger than that.
Yes, you can wear a costume through Terror in the Corn, however we do not allow full costume masks that hide your face. We also ask that you do NOT interact with other guests as if you work here. If we see you doing this, you will be removed from the attraction.
YES. We do not allow vulgar or violent behavior, weapons, alcohol, or drugs. We also do not allow admittance to those who are under the influence of drugs or alcohol. We reserve the right to refuse admittance to anyone for any reason.
No. We change our layout design every year to give our customers a new experience!
Safety of our customers and staff is of our 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. We will post information on our website and Facebook page as soon as any closure is determined.
Keep in mind we are an outdoor attraction, so we are open to the elements. Please keep an eye on weather or temperature changes and dress accordingly. Most of our paths are dirt, so open toed shoes, high heels, and fancy dress clothes are discouraged.
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