Maris Farms Haunted Woods
The 2018 Maris Farms Haunted Woods is sure to provide thrills and chills to all who dare visit the Buckley farm this fall! The Haunted Woods is a 35-minute creepy quest through the corn with around-the-corner, emotional roller coaster thrills through the forest.
The season begins September 29th and continues each weekend (see below for full schedule) throughout October.
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Haunted Woods: Always a Scream!
Do you dare adventure through Pierce County’s longest and scariest outdoor haunt attraction?
Your 35-40 minute terror begins in an abandoned barn thought to be haunted for many years, now transformed into a deranged circus full of freaks and mutants that call this their home.
If you survive this, you’ll twist and turn through a corn maze loaded with your worst nightmares.
Thinks it’s over? We’re not done with you yet!
You’ll enter the dark haunted woods through a turbulent vortex where more creatures lurk around every corner, waiting for the right moment to terrorize you. The climactic ending will put most haunt fans on their knees. Afraid of psychotic patients, blood thirsty zombies, apocalyptic warriors, insane inmates or sacrificial priests? We know exactly what it takes to fuel your nightmares!
This is truly not for the faint of heart! Do you have what it takes to survive the Haunted Woods? We challenge you!
Special Note: Due to an intense fright factor, the Haunted Woods attraction is NOT recommended to children 10 & under or people with heart conditions. THERE ARE NO REFUNDS .
What’s a Fast Pass? On peak nights during the season, the wait to enter the Haunted Woods with a general admission ticket can be an hour or greater. The fast pass is sold in very limited quantities and reduces the wait to 15 minutes or less. Peak nights will be Friday & Saturday nights typically starting 10/12.
Facilities Disclaimer: Please keep in mind Maris Farms is operated around a rustic dairy farm setting and natural environments. You may encounter uneven terrain, rocks, mud, and corn leaves. Please plan accordingly. Please use common sense and obey established rules of each venue when visiting. We welcome any and all input to help us improve the venues.