Knott’s Scary Farm
- Paranormal Inc.
- Red Barn
If you like gore and blood, this maze is definitely for you! Everywhere you look there is blood, crazy animals, and lots and lots of hay. You are in a barn after all, it is just a little bit scarier than most other barns I have had the pleasure of being in. One thing to keep in mind is there are a few areas where you have to bend down to get under bales of hay.
- Special Ops: Infected
- The Gunslingers Grave: A Blood Moon Rises
6. Tooth Fairy
If you are expecting the nice tooth fairy that puts money under your pillow for teeth, then this is not where you want to be. The maze throws you into a world of scary dentistry. A lot of special effects and animatronics are used throughout the maze. One of my favorite parts was walking through a hallway with mouths lining the walls that were going crazy, and of course seeing the tooth fairy up close and personal.
- Trick or Treat
- The Dead of Winter: Wendigo’s Revenge
- Voodoo – Order of the Serpent
Skeleton Key Rooms
I did not do any of the Skeleton Key rooms, but I definitely want to do these in the future! With this trip, even with having two days, I didn’t feel like I had enough time at Scary Farm to enjoy everything. There are just so many things to choose from! I can tell you that the Skeleton Key rooms had long lines, and people seemed to really like them as they were coming out. There were four rooms this year, Visions, ZOZO, Slasher, and Prey.
If you thought that the mazes would be the only scary part about going to Knott’s Scary Farm, then you would be mistaken. The entire park, from the moment you first walk in is filled with scare zones where monsters are walking around literally just to scare you. The zones this year were, Carnevil, Deadly 7, Fiesta de los Muertos, Ghost Town Streets, and The Hollow. Each of these zones had plenty of monsters walking around to scare you, but my favorite was The Hollow. It was definitely the darkest of them all, and the monsters seemed like they had more freedom to interact with the guests. There were a few who we really got to know, like the gnomes, and it was very interesting to hear their backstory. It is also a fun place to sit down, have a drink or snack and watch others get scared, but beware because the monsters could just pop out from behind you no matter where you are!
According to www.knotts.com/scaryfarm, there are 14 rides that are open during Scary Farm. I didn’t go on any of the rides because the lines were really long and I decided to spend my time focusing on the Halloween parts of Knott’s Scary Farm. I have however been on some of the rides before, and they are so much fun!