During the day, Pinehaven Farm hosts an annual fall festival with a pumpkin patch and all sorts of safe, family-friendly attractions. For more than 20 years, this farm just outside of the Twin Cities has been a destination for families.
But after the sun goes down, the horrors are unleashed for the Dead End Hayride haunted house. 2019 will be its 9th year, and it gets stronger each season. The Dead End Hayride takes full advantage of the farm’s 150 acres to create larger-than-life horrors.
New Scares on the Block:
Dead End Hayride isn’t like most haunted “houses” so they always change up their trail from year to year. They bring back favorites and tend to always add new cool stuff to the trail best on current horror trends.
What is cool is that this year they are doing a “timed ticking” where you select and buy tickets on a time window. They’ll only sell so many tickets for a “7pm-8pm” time window so they can cut down on the scariest part of any haunted attraction… waiting.
They are also adding a Late night Pricing option that will save you a couple bucks.