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Preview 2016 | WATCH VIDEO

Preview 2016 | WATCH VIDEO

Phoenix Haunted Hayride

New for fall 2016 is Phoenix’s only haunted hayride! Nestled among 10-acres of corn, this attraction provides guests with the sounds and smells of autumn air from (what should be) the safety of specially-designed trailers meant to protect them from terrifying legendary creatures called Wendigo-- impossibly thin, evil spirits of Native American legend with an intense craving for human flesh. Building this hayride may have disturbed Wendigo burial grounds and, some experts suggest, created an atmosphere sure to create a frightening experience for guests hoping to enjoy a nighttime ride through the cornfields. Only $10 added to your Fear Farm admission.

Legends: Goatman

The Goatman is a mythical legend of a half man half goat that terrorizes locations across the United States. Extremely territorial and ferocious, he does not welcome intruders into his domain... and you’ve found yourself right in the middle of it! He is thought to be a shapeshifter, taking on many forms, he fiercely protects his area and punishes all those who enter. The blood of the souls he takes makes him stronger and only fuels his fire to ravish more. He has inspired both fear and fascination for decades, so much so that he has attracted a group of cult-like followers who carry on the Legend and assist him in all of his fateful endeavors.


It started with a flash in the sky and a loud crash. What looked like a comet was, in fact, an alien craft crash landing in the cemetery. The aliens slowly came out of the wreckage, only to be slaughtered by the soldiers who came to investigate. What the soldiers didn’t know as they dragged the bodies away to their Bunker, was that the blood from the aliens would seep through the ground and disturb the corpses, waking them from their peaceful resting place. Now the Undead walk among us, terrorizing anyone and everyone in their path.

The Bunker: Invasion

On March 13, 1997, a string of glowing orbs hovered over the Phoenix skies, securing Arizona's place in international UFO lore. But these lights were not just a mere sighting or mass hysteria. No. Kept secret by top government officials was the truth: an alien aircraft had landed on Earth and it most definitely did not "come in peace.” The eerie alien beings wandered the area and, without leaving a trace of evidence, abducted dozens of vulnerable people and took them to a research facility created in an old bunker – where they began inhumane testing with nightmarish results. Twenty years later, the testing continues and no one dares attempts to rescue the victims. Always in search of new test subjects, the alien beasts are on the hunt. Who will be their next experiment?

Mouth of Madness

Some people think clowns are funny. You are not those people. As soon as you step out of your car, you'll hear the bratty laughter and taunts of Tremmors and Flinch, two clowns that once appeared on local Saturday morning TV, but now run amuck - dragging people into their psychotic state of tormenting and cruelty. No one knows what broke the spirit of Tremmors and Flinch and turned them evil, but something sinister is surely at play. Maybe you will find the answer on the Fear Farm. OR maybe you will drown in your own tears of fear.


Rumors swirl around one family living in what was once Phoenix, Arizona, with locals claiming that they have made a deal with a madman, who some call the devil himself. In exchange for sparing their lives, the Slidell family has agreed to herd and slaughter fellow humans to supply this nameless soul reaper, with the flesh he craves. Word has it that the screams and gurgling heard amidst the roars of chainsaws at Slidell Family Slaughterhouse are actually from human livestock. Sitting atop a mass grave of badly decomposing “leftovers,” an unanticipated side effect has made matters worse, the Slaughterhouse has become a feeding ground each night as the local Undead are drawn to the thick stench of rotting flesh.

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WARNING: Event may be too intense for young children and is not recommended for children under the age of 12
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