Portland October 04, 2017
2 Haunted Corn Mazes in Portland That Will Give You Goosebumps
With the turn of the calendar to October means it is time for the haunting to begin. The seasonal rite of passage of Haunted Corn Mazes kicks off just in time to scare you breathless and get you in the mood for Halloween. While the inventory of haunted mazes has dwindled, these two crowd favorites are still going strong and promise a fun night of adventure – if you can stand the scares.
1. Bella Organic Farm
Every weekend in October, Bella Organic Farm's corn maze is a haunted treat for those brave souls willing to venture out.
Located on Sauvie Island, the farm offers two nights - Friday and Saturday - of haunting each week. The first maze weekend will be October 6, 2017.
Starting at dark, the last tickets are sold at 10 pm for this frightening event. Tickets are $15 and only cash is accepted.
When you are done, or while you are gathering your courage to take the trek, there is plenty to do at the farm.
Activities, food, and beer are available, and on weekends, there will be bonfires each night to keep you warm and in a festive spirit while you wait.
2. Kruger's Farm
Also located on Sauvie Island, Kruger's offers a spookingly haunted maze, along with a Caberet, which features fire dancers and more.
With 3 acres of trails and haunts around each turn, this haunted maze is sure to leave you frightened.
The Haunted Maze at Kruger's opens September 30, 2017 and also operates on Friday and Saturday nights.
Take a wrong turn and you will be met with ghouls, ghost and goblins ready to creep you all the way out.
Tickets to the Haunted Corn Maze at Kruger's are $15 for adults and $10 for kids ages 5 to 12.
Cabaret entrance in included with admission to the Haunted Maze. The Maze is open from dark to 10 pm.
While you are there, be sure to pick out a pumpkin or two to get in the holiday spirit.
But probably most importantly, plan accordingly for the weather. The trails get really muddy really quick, so boots are always a good idea.
Whichever maze you choose - or do both - be ready for the haunting.
It can be frightening out in a corn field in the dark without the haunting element, so be sure that you are ready to be scared when you head out into the haunted fields.
Have you been to either of these haunted mazes? What did you think? Let us know in the comments below.