Get Your Scream On At Highway 50 Fright Field
By Travis Thayer
Highway 50 Fright Night will surely scare you out of your socks. Photo via www.highway50frightfield.com.
(North Bend, Oh.) – Enter at your own risk.
Highway 50 Fright Field is back with a vengeance for the 2017 Halloween season. The haunted adventure along U.S. 50 at the Indiana-Ohio border is open every Friday and Saturday in October from 8-12 p.m., weather permitting.
Thrill seekers will travel though a cornfield, down a haunted trail, into haunted woods and then back through the cornfield, which sits on an actual 1830’s farm near a real Indian archaeological site.
“Every year we change up our haunted cornfield and woods, and we’ve expanded it and added many new surprises,” said Shannon Vincent.
Admission is $12 for adults and $10 for kids 12 and under.
Highway 50 Fright Field also features a night-time corn maze, and the brand-new operation termination zombie paintball attraction.
New day-time activities have also been added this year, including a day-time corn maze, gem mining, pumpkins, gift shop and museum refreshments. Day-time activities will be held each Saturday in October from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Event organizer Shannon Vincent joined Bubba Bo in the Eagle Country 99.3 studio Thursday morning. Here the full interview in the audio player below.