I'm not afraid of the dark unless it is really dark and really quiet like in the middle of the night, in the middle of a forest!! Yea, I think I'm going to sit this one out, but if paying to get the crap scared out of you is your thing you need to check out the "The Abandoned Hayride."

The Halloween attraction has been revamped for 2022 so every guest will experience new thrills this year. Organizers say the Abandoned Hayride is now open for the season and is so scary that guests have to sign a waiver before you're allowed in.

What Is The Abandoned Hayride?

The Abandoned Hayride is one of Minnesota's newest hayrides and haunted houses and organizers say it is the only one of its type in the country. It's actually made up of four different haunted attractions:

1) "The Abandoned Hayride" - Completely new this year.

2) "Exiled" They actually dump you and up to one other person off in the middle of the woods!

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3) "Forsaken" After you figure out where you are in the woods, you enter a maze which if completely dark and full of evil!

4) "Delirium" This is the final attraction and might be the scariest. Organizers describe it as a "dizzying disorienting nightmare."

Where is The Abandoned Hayride?

It is located in the middle of nowhere, away from city lights and sounds, in a cornfield that is surrounded by a 200-year-old forest.

7525 Highway 212 E in Chaska, Minnesota

How to Get Tickets to The Abandoned Hayride:

If this sounds like your jam, you can get tickets on their website. 

Hurry. This attraction is only open on select nights and the most popular nights typically sell out.

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