Boyette Family Farms in Clayton, North Carolina offers Fall and Halloween frights and gives visitors a choice: day or night? Daytimes are for hayrides and mazes, pumpkins and playgrounds. Nighttimes are for haunted attractions, with many scary options.
Daytime and evening attractions are located on the Boyette Family Farms, 1620 Loop Road, Clayton NC.
Tickets are on sale starting Monday, September 16, 2019 and may be purchased for Fear Farm Daytime and Fear Farm haunted attractions.
For everything the farms offer, visit their main website at boyettefamilyfarms.com.
The farm telephone number is 919.553.0016.
Daytime Fall Fun
“Fear Farm Daytime” is about fall and family-friendly adventures. Fear Farm Daytime includes the House of Dreams, a pumpkin patch, a very-tall grass maze, old-fashioned hayrides, playgrounds, and loads of other activities.
Opening day is Saturday, October 5, 2019. The farm will be open Saturdays and Sundays through October.
Visit the website for Fear Farm Daytime, claytonfearfarmdaytime.com.
Follow daytime updates on Facebook.
When night falls, around 7pm or so, the haunted houses come alive and ghouls take over the farm. “Fear Farm” after-dark attractions include the Fear Forest Haunted Hayride, Slaughterhouse, The Farm House, Fear Farm Academy, The Black Hole, A Walk in the Dark, and Haunted Maze.
Opening day is Friday, October 4, 2019. Scheduled Fear Farm dates are:
- October 4-5, 11-13, 18-20, 24-27, 30, 2019
- Halloween Night! October 31, 2019
Attractions start at 7pm each date, with closing time varying. Unlike many area haunted houses, Fear Farm is open on Sundays.
Visit the website for their nighttime Fear Farm Haunted Scream Park (claytonfearfarm.com) to see details and purchase tickets online. Buy entry to a single attraction or get an all-inclusive ticket, allowing ticket-holders access to all the attractions for the evening.
Follow Fear Farm on Facebook.
Oh, and once the season passes, as the Winter holidays approach, Boyette Family Farms lightens and brightens. Check out their “Lights on the Neuse” late this year. More information at lightsontheneuse.com.
Ed. Note: Article originally published September 11, 2019. Updated September 19 to note that tickets were now on sale.