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Celebrate the Arrival of October by Visiting Vermont Haunted Attractions this Weekend!

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October is finally here, and that means even more Halloween Fun is happening across Vermont this weekend! Now that the Halloween Season has officially started, there will be tons of haunted houses, hay rides, corn mazes, and other scary good fun open now through early November, and luckily for you, VermontHauntedHouses.com's Weekly Haunt Newsletter is delivering the scoop on all the best fun coming up each weekend this Halloween Season! And don't forget, once you've visited a haunt, be sure to come back and leave them a review!

Dead North Farmland of Terror
Danville, VT
Open Friday 10/5, Saturday 10/6, Sunday 10/7 and 7 other dates
This years haunt will include a short ride, a mile walk of terror through a haunted cornfield and buildings including animatronics, the mostly live residents of Dead North and special effects.
Queen City Ghostwalk
Burlington, VT
Open Friday 10/5, Saturday 10/6, Sunday 10/7 and 16 other dates
Queen City Ghostwalk is Vermont’s original haunted history tour- the only tour in Vermont led by a published author of the paranormal, who has participated in ghost investigations across the state.
Hathaway Farm's Corn Maze
Rutland, VT
Open Friday 10/5, Saturday 10/6, Sunday 10/7 and 20 other dates
Hathaway Farm & Corn Maze: In our big 12 ACRE Corn Maze we have Clues, Smart Phone options, Punches to try & find, a relaxing Grassy Knoll to enjoy & 4 big bridges that lift you up so you can see over the corn field!
Cedar Circle Farm
East Thetford, VT
Open Sunday 10/7 and 24 other dates
We have a variety of pick your own options throughout the season including certified organic berries, flowers and herbs, and pumpkins.
Shelburne Orchards
Shelburne, VT
Open Saturday 10/6, Sunday 10/7 and 6 other dates
We are a 60 acre family owned and operated apple orchard near the shores of lake Champlain in Shelburne, We have a fantastic pick your own operation here at the orchard during the apple season (September and October) complete with hay rides, apple cider doughnuts, fresh pressed apple and ginger apple
Wellwood Orchards
Springfield, VT
Open Friday 10/5, Saturday 10/6, Sunday 10/7 and 24 other dates
Pumpkins: Wellwood Orchards has an amazing selection of Pumpkins, Squash and Gourds. There is a size to suit everyone! Come try one on!
Equinox Valley Nursery Pumpkin Patch
Manchester, VT
Open Friday 10/5, Saturday 10/6, Sunday 10/7 and 24 other dates
Equinox Valley Nursery have been a family owned nursery, garden center, and landscape company since 1979. Come visit the popular “Pumpkin Patch” at Equinox Valley Nursery!
Green Mountain Orchards
Putney, VT
Open Friday 10/5, Saturday 10/6, Sunday 10/7 and 24 other dates
Green Mountain Orchards is a pick your own orchard in Southern Vermont. The orchard is a beautiful, wholesome place to visit any time of year.
Lester Farm & Market
New Haven, VT
Open Friday 10/5, Saturday 10/6, Sunday 10/7 and 24 other dates
Here in Lester Farm, we grow a wide variety of high-quality produce, including tomatoes, sweet corn, peppers, cucumbers, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, squash, eggplant, melons, watermelons, beets, carrots, potatoes, sweet potatoes, onions, pumpkins, gourds and flowers.
Sam Mazza's Farm Market
Colchester, VT
Open Friday 10/5, Saturday 10/6, Sunday 10/7 and 24 other dates
Three Mile Corn Maze: Bring the whole family and escape into another world for a few hours by challenging our three mile corn maze.
Winslow Farms Pumpkin Patch
Pittsford, VT
Open Friday 10/5, Saturday 10/6, Sunday 10/7 and 24 other dates
Every Spring Winslow Farms plant a 5 acre Pick-Your-Own pumpkin patch. When you visit us in the Fall, you will have fun selecting the perfect pumpkins from the many thousands of pumpkins in the patch.
Lincoln Farm
Randolph Center, VT
Open Saturday 10/6, Sunday 10/7 and 4 other dates
Starting in late September Lincoln Farm offers free hayrides to the pick your own pumpkin field. We offer customers the opportunity to see and know first hand how their food is produced.

       

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