The Headless Horseman rides again every weekend in October at INDIANA FEAR FARM with Spectacular thrills in our Hollywood Style Haunted Hayride Stunt Show and blood curdling chills around every corner as you Scream your way through the Slaughter Barn!
If you want fear, If you want fun, If you want a full evening of live Entertainment, then Indiana Fear Farm is the place for you! You’re just minutes away from……..Farm…….Fresh……..Fun!
Indiana’s Favorite Haunted Hayride has been scaring and entertaining it’s visitors for years! This 20 minute heart-pounding, action packed ride into the dark forest at KD Farm is unlike anything you’ve ever experienced before! Located in Jamestown, IN just far enough off the beaten path; you’ll be terrified before we even get ahold of you! Our digital sound equipped Hayride is packed with explosions, monsters, stunts and over 50 actors that come at you from every angle! But Beware of the Headless Horseman roaming the grounds seeking his Revenge! Will you find your way out – or will he find you? Come find out at Indiana Fear Farm! Our Hayride has people screaming with terror and cheering for more every year! What Scares you? (this ride is suitable for children and adults of all ages).
Don’t forget to check out Indiana’s scariest Haunted Barn! Push the limits of horror as you try to survive the slaughter barn! This attraction is packed with over 40 actors that will interact with you on an upclose and personal level! What evil lurks around the next corner? Will you find your way out? How much Fear can you Face? The Slaughter Barn is a no holds barred, high action, Haunted Barn not intended for children under 8 or people with heart conditions. Every year we add to the list of those brave souls that just couldn’t handle it. Can You? Email Haunt Owner
Hours of Operation: 7 PM - 11 PM, Fridays and Saturdays.
7 PM - 10 PM, Thursdays and Sundays.
Family Night – Sundays in October (excluding October 30).
Military Appreciation Night Thursdays in October (20, 27) All Vets and their families get 25% off Combo ticket (with military ID).
Admission Costs: Hayride Adult: $15
Hayride Child (8 and under): $13
Slaughter Barn (all ages): $13
Combo Special (Barn & Hayride): Adult $24, Child $22
Family Night: Get $5 off the combo ticket, when you buy 4 or more.
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Recent ReviewsReview This Haunt
Won't be disappointed
I read some of these reviews prior to going and please believe that this is worth the drive. It was not only the best scare but I love how the actors walk around and entertain you while in line or just hanging by the fire. The hayride is perfect for families while the barn was a great scare which my older kids loved. Definitely going back!!
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3 out of 3 found this review helpful
i loved it
it was awsomePosted 10/28/14
I went to it tonight with a few people. It is more of a family thing than anything. I can see potential with this, but there were huge holes in the execution of the event. First, actors could be seen much earlier than when it happens, so there is no shock value when they perform. Second, the actors were more rude and aggressive than actually scary, making it uncomfortable for all the wrong reasons, thirdly, there were way too many people, as where the performers could only entertain a few at a time. I was extremely bored, and where some actors were way too enthusiastic, as to laugh and pound hard on flimsy walls, I found the whole experience to be a waste of money. Not once was I scared, not once did I feel anything other than disgust for the overly priced payment to pay for middle school girls to try to scare me.Posted 10/18/14
0 out of 2 found this review helpful
I'm not for sure
I haven't went but I'm going10/17/14 but I think it will be scary but not as much as Hannah haunted acresPosted 10/17/14
0 out of 1 found this review helpful
Great Family Attraction
I am neighbors to this great farm. Owners are a wonderful family. The hayride is a ride for all ages so not too scary. If you want scary go thru the barn. I would suggest taking the kiddoes to the friendly scare barn during the day.Posted 10/15/14
1 out of 1 found this review helpful
indy fear farm
according to the website Indy fear farm is suppose to be a scary hayride. Let me assure you we went on this hayride on 10/11/2014 and this was basically an entertaining hayride not scary at all. This is monsters meet American idol. Very Kid friendly any child can go on this hayride and not be scared. Beetle Juice, Michael Jackson, Dancing Skeletons etc. If you want to be scared then avoid, but if you want somewhere to take younger children, then this is for you.Posted 10/12/14
I went about 2 years ago, and it was amazing! Screamed the whole way through! My girlfriend and her mom are taking me this year and I'm beyond excited!Posted 10/5/14
1 out of 2 found this review helpful
Always love it!
I've went two years in a row now, and it's by far the best around without driving too far. The barn is awesome! From the very beginning you are scared. You do have to crawl and slide once or twice which is a bit inconvenient. The hayride is the absolute best! It makes you laugh, cry, and scream. They love to use chainsaws, so if they scare you like they do me, be warned.Posted 9/13/14
This was our first time. This place is out on a farm in the middle of nowhere.So props there. The barn is pretty good, it was a double date for us. My husband and I (23 years and 24 years old) went with another couple friends (22 and 23 years I believe) They had a bonfire pit, had coupons for subway, haunted hayrid I think and the Haunted barn. People walked around a lot trying to scare/sneak up on you. But there could have been a few less scare people outside. The barn was huge. Somewhere in the barn you had to slide down something. The makeup was well done as were the costumes.It was pretty good for the money and the people were friendly in the refreshment stand/tent.Posted 8/3/13