New York October 14, 2019
Headless Horseman Hayride, A 1 Mile-Long Hayride, Will Take You Through A Terrifying New York Forest
During New York’s fall season, you’ll find that most of New York’s small-town farms offer hayrides through their seasonal pumpkin patches and local forests. If you’re really looking to make your season unforgettable though, you might want to check out attractions like our Headless Horseman Hayride that offers much more of a thrill. To enjoy one of the country’s best haunted hayrides that will completely send a shiver down your spine, let us lead you out to Ulster County.
Up and running in New York's Hudson Valley Region for nearly 30-years, the Headless Horseman Hayrides and Haunted Houses have been recognized as one of the country's best haunted attractions.
Open during the weekends through November 2nd, thrill-seekers and intrigued New Yorkers can head to this 200-year-old farm in Ulster Park to experience our state's most haunted hayride.
Each year the hayride features a different theme and set of haunted stories to tell along the way, fitting about 30 to 35 people on each ride.
A total of 1-mile-long, eventually the Headless Horseman Hayride will drop you off at the Lunar Motel Haunted House and your terrifying adventures will continue on.
If you're still brave enough to continue forward, you'll get to explore all the rest of what the Haunted House has to offer - an experience that in total generally takes about 3-hours.
Taking you through Glutton’s Slaughter House, The Horseman’s Tomb, The Root Cellar, Dark Harvest Corn Maze...
...Night Shade Greenhouse, The Feeding, and Dahlia Bloods Haunted House, every inch of this 65-acre farm will terrify you during this time of year.
If you think you're brave enough to take on all that Halloween brings to the Empire State, then don't miss out on making a reservation at Headless Horseman Hayrides and Haunted House in Ulster Park this year.
To find out more about all that you'll run into at the Headless Horseman Hayrides,
Wondering what other haunted attractions are up and running in the Empire State during the month of October? Then be sure to also read about how you can
Ride The Rails Of Terror This Halloween Season In New York With The Catskill Mountain Railroad!
Address: 778 Broadway, Rte 9W, Ulster Park, NY 12487, USA