The Haunted Farm is Now Open for 2023 Season

A person wearing a terrifying clown-like costume sitting on a car.
The Haunted Farm

Located in Hendersonville, the Haunted Farm is one of the scariest Halloween attractions in Western North Carolina.

The Haunted Farm sits on a mysterious, blood-soaked stretch of land where the forlorn and deranged Missy Mae Lively eternally pines for her lost groom. Prepare to be thrilled with 50 minutes of frightful fun. The main attractions include The Woods, The Farm, The Meathouse, The Demon Hay Shed, and The Slaughterhouse.

The 2023 season of the Haunted Farm is open on the following deadly nights: Oct. 13-14, 20-22, 27-29, and 31.

Regular admission tickets are $35 per person (cash only, though an ATM is located on site). And for those who want to skip the queue, fast-pass tickets are available for $60 per person. Visitors are strongly encouraged to purchase tickets online. There is a parking fee of $5 per vehicle, and the fee can only be paid on-site with cash.

The Haunted Farm is located at 624 Townsend Road, Hendersonville, NC 28792. It’s just fifteen minutes from Asheville; just take I-26 East from Asheville, take exit 49A onto Highway 64 East (Hendersonville / Bat Cave), drive a little more than three miles then turn left onto Townsend Road, and then drive half a mile until you see signs for parking on the left.

For additional information please visit, call 828-702-7911, or email [email protected].