A terrifying haunted farm is opening near Toronto & it’s not for the faint of heart – Curiocity

Only the bravest souls will have the guts to take on this attraction opening up in Ontario. With spooky season around the corner, Fear Farm is returning this September 25th for a Halloween fright unlike any other. From haunted hayrides to creepy cornfields, this spot is guaranteed to give you a good scare.

Fear Farm is located an hour and a half outside of Toronto in the Kitchener-Waterloo area and boasts some of the most frightening Halloween attractions around. Your ticket will grant you access to 4 haunting experiences — Hillbilly Hike, Hiller House, The Stalking Dead, and The Hayride.

Wander through a pitch-black cornfield with monsters lurking in the shadows, then get whisked away on a trip through the forest, where you’ll “witness unspeakable horrors and creatures of the past.”

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Hillbilly Hike sounds like the scariest one of all. “Out back in the swamp woods, Hillbillies rule the world, and they’re none too fond of visitors. When the chainsaws start, you best get moving,” the description says. We’re shaking in our boots just thinking about it!

Once you’ve worked up an appetite running away from goblins and ghouls, you can dig into mouthwatering comfort food for sale at the farm, including double-decker grilled cheese, chili cheese fries, smoked Oktoberfest sausages, seasonal local beer, fresh-made cotton candy, and caramel apples.

If you want to kick things up a notch, Fear Farm even has VIP experiences you can book too. They offer 2-hour haunted campfires for groups of 5 or 10, with a private outdoor adventure and access to their best haunts. You can make it boozy, with drinks and treats delivered right to your campfire.

This isn’t the only experience you’ll want to cross off your spooky season bucket list this year. Halloween Haunt is back and scarier than ever at Canada’s Wonderland, and the famous Pumpkins After Dark glowing tunnel is now open for the season.

Now that you know what you’re doing this Halloween, time to round up some friends brave enough to do it with you!


Where: 936685 Blenheim Rd

When: Opens September 25th

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