Georgia September 24, 2017
10 Haunted Hayrides In Georgia That Will Scare You In The Best Way Possible
It’s that time again — the time when we all sign up to be scared out of our wits during the month of October. Some Georgians love a good thrill during the Halloween season, while others simply appreciate the pies, pumpkins, and parades. Yet, for those of you who are looking to add an adrenaline boost to your calendar this year, we’ve found 10 awesome haunted hayrides that will scare you in the best way possible. Check it out.
1. Cosmic Corn Maze at Yahoo Farm — 4729 Wales Highway 108, Jasper, Georgia 30143
Taking place from October 7th to October 28th, Yahoo Farm hosts the ultimate haunted hayride adventure. With a cast of characters that cannot be rivaled, this is fun for the whole family. Ages 4+ are invited to take a tour of the haunted grounds with the owner of Yahoo Farms and local comedian Moon Bughead leading the way.
2. Fearopolis — 40155 Hwy 441 S
, Commerce, GA 30529
Funopolis Family Fun Center turns into Fearopolis for the month of October with TONS of haunted activities to get into. But the haunted hayride may just be the best of all. Take the hayride through the grounds for a wonderfully frightening experience that will keep you coming back for more.
3. Haunted Corn Maze at Payne Farm & Produce — 204 Salem Road, Calhoun, Georgia
Not only is Payne Farm and Produce your place to go for all things pumpkin this season, but they also have one heck-of-a haunted hayride. On weekends in October, gather the family together and take a haunted hayride through the fields of corn, careful not to get too spooked in the process.
4. Haunted Maze & Hayride at Spring Hill Tree Farm — 795 Woodhull Rd, Bainbridge, Georgia
On October 27 and 28th, Spring Hill Tree Farm takes visitors on a haunted hayride through their gigantic property. Gather together your friends and family and attempt to tackle the haunted corn maze, and then finish up the adventure with a hayride that will surely get your blood pumping.
5. Uncle Shucks Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze — 4520 Hwy 53, Dawsonville, GA 30534
October weekends starting at dusk, Uncle Shucks Pumpkin Patch turns into a Halloween wonderland. Not only can guests attempt the challenging haunted corn maze, but they can also light a bonfire, roast marshmallows, and tackle the haunted hayride, too! This is one family adventure you do not want to miss.
6. Rocky Branch Ghost Town — 106 Center Point Rd, Bremen, GA 30110
Usually an old western haunt throughout the year, come October, Rocky Branch becomes a ghost town worth adventuring through. Take your time and wander through to see how the Old West town has been transformed into a spooky spectacular. Climb aboard the haunted hayride for a night you’ll never forget.
7. The Devil's Shadow Haunted Hayride — 6666 Hwy 53 W, Jasper Georgia
The Devil’s Shadow Haunted Hayride is an intense ride through the hills of Jasper, for children and adults ages 12 and up. All proceeds go to charities in Jasper, which is commendable in itself. However, just because they’re generous, does not mean that they won’t scare the wits out of you! Open every Friday & Saturday in October.
8. Red Top Mountain State Park Haunted Hayride — 50 Lodge Rd SE, Cartersville, Georgia 30121
This is Red Top Mountain State Park’s 20th year hosting the haunted hayrides, and it is sure to be an exciting adventure. Hosted on Fridays and Saturdays in October, gather together with family and friends for a spooky ride through the forests of Ravenwood. Reservations are encouraged as this popular hayride will sell out quickly! This ride is family-friendly, which means there is no gore and the ride is much more creepy than it is scary.
9. Purgatory Park — 4090 Price Mill Rd, Bishop, Georgia 30621
The Purgatory Park Haunted Hayride is not for the faint of heart. But it is, however, great for those looking for the ultimate scare. This particular hayride has been known to be much scarier than the rest, and offers hayrides on a first come first serve basis. Wait times can be long during peak days, especially since this is such a popular haunt!
10. Haunted Hayride Watson Mill Bridge State Park — 650 Watson Mill Rd, Comer, Georgia
This year on October 20th and 21st, guests can take a haunted hayride through the popular Watson Mill Bridge State Park. The hayride starts near the covered bridge and goes through the campground for a long haunt. It is a family-friendly ride, $5 per person with a $5 park pass fee to enter.
Know of any other haunted hayrides in Georgia? Make sure to add them to the comments! Otherwise, for more incredible October activities in the state, take a look at
The Orchard Train Ride In Georgia That’s Perfect For A Fall Day.