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It’s the spookiest time of the year in Toronto as Halloween quickly approaches.
And while Toronto has no shortage of haunted places and scary attractions, one of the most frightening Halloween events imaginable is located outside of the city.
This fall drive just over an hour west of Toronto and you’ll find Fear Farm, a terrifying farm that’s home to a number of bone-chilling attractions and plenty of ghosts and ghouls that will definitely keep you up at night.
Located near Kitchener and Waterloo, the farm features six horrifying haunts including a hillbilly-themed hike through the woods, a haunted hayride, the Hiller haunted house, the condemned corn maze, a terrifying clown-themed carnival, and the Stalking Dead, a zombie-infested corn maze.
Once you’re done getting the living daylights scared out of you, we highly recommend having a drink (or two) at the newly added beer garden or enjoy something to eat from one of the food trucks or at the candy barn or bakery shop.
Finally, before you head home, stop by the dimly lit pumpkin patch and pick out your own pumpkin perfect for carving.
Fear Farm is ready to terrify and thrill all those who dare to enter. Make sure to book your tickets online ASAP and experience the farm before the season ends. Remember to check the website for full hours and availability.
Where: 936685 Blenheim Road, Ayr
When: Friday to Sunday (until October 29th), 7 pm to 10 pm