ELLICOTTVILLE, N.Y. (WIVB) - (RELEASE) Nightmare Hayride on Sommerville St. is known to be the scariest haunted attraction in Western New York!
Nightmare Hayride is a twenty five minute tractor drawn hayride that will lead you down a creepy haunted path with live scary creatures. They guarantee that you will end up sitting in the persons lap next to you. Once you have successfully finished the ride you will exit off into a haunted maze that will twist and turn over one acre of land. Be prepared because once again we like to scare and now you will be walking through long dark hallways with live scary creatures that will give you nightmares.
After you have made your way through the maze you will then end up in our haunted barn which features our vortex tunnel. If you have successfully made it through all of these extraordinary haunts it should end up taking a total of forty minutes.
Nightmare Hayride also offers a cook shack which will serve some spooktacular food! We also have a pavilion that you can sit and tell all your haunting stories. Come if you dare.
Runs the month of October-Weekends Only!!!
NO RESERVATION NEEDED!
Friday - Saturday - Sunday
7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m
NO RESERVATION NEEDED
Under 5 FREE
GROUP RATE 25 or more - $14.00 each if one person pays
6319 Sommerville Valley Rd,
Ellicottville, NY 14731
Seven tractors running continuously.
Last admission is at 9:30 pm.
Order of events: Half of haunted barn, half of haunted maze, haunted hayride then other half of haunted maze and the vortex tunnel and then the rest of the haunted barn.
5 and under free.
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