The Allaire Community Farm is a nice little farm in Wall, featuring a farm market, a petting zoo, and more. It sounds nice and cute and family-friendly, but once the sun goes down, things take a spooky turn.

When darkness sets in, the Haunted Trail at Allaire Community Farms opens up!

Horrabella is waiting to take you on her walk through our 25 acre farm. Legend has it that the Children of the Night are patiently awaiting for Horrabella to make good on her promise to bring her special guests this October.

Tickets are on sale for the Haunted Trail right now, and you do have to book your trip in advance. Tickets are $12, and kids under 12 are not allowed without adult supervision. Your trip along the Haunted Trail will take about half an hour, and once you've recovered from the scares, you can buy hot drinks and donuts by the farm's fire pit.

One of the weirdest changes that I've been seeing at the various haunted houses or haunted hayrides or haunted trails in our area is the social distancing aspect. Usually the performers will end up right in your face, but the fact that they will have to stay six feet apart makes me wonder just how scary any of these things will be.

Even if it won't be the scariest experience, you'll still be helping out a great cause. Unfortunately, Allaire Community Farm had to cancel their biggest fundraisers of the year, leaving them well short of their financial goals. The proceeds from the Haunted Trail will benefit Allaire Community Farm, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that helps rescued animals, veterans, disabled and at risk teens, as well as families with cancer. All tickets sales for this fundraiser will go towards the Indoor Riding Arena that will enable Allaire Community Farm to become a year round facility.

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