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Haunted Harvest

Fort Cross

October 7, 14, 21, 28
Hayride Reservations Available at
7:30. 8:00, 8:30 pm (depending on the date)

     Special evenings in October at Fort Cross will entail some seasonal spooky fun, if you dare...

    
Activities include:

Jug Band Music, Hoedown, "Ghost Stories", and Haunted Hayride


PREPAID RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED!
$30/person

 

Early Bird Discount Codes:
25% off (expires 8-11-2023) EARLYBIRDHAUNTING25%
20% off (expires 8-
18-2023): EARLYBIRDHAUNTING20%
15% off (expires 8-25-2023): EARLYBIRDHAUNTING15%
10% off (expires 9-1-2023): EARLYBIRDHAUNTING10%
5% off (expires 9-8-2023): EARLYBIRDHAUNTING5%

20% off with 20 person group minimum: GROUPHAUNTING

 

 


 

 


Please check-in no earler than 5 minutes before your appointment time.
Be prepared to show proof of purchase.

 

Click Here to see an article from the popular site Hidden San Diego
featuring the Fort Cross Haunted Harvest event from years past!

 

Please Note:
- Everybody must fill out a release of liability waiver in order to participate. No exceptions.
- All sales are final.
- No food is provided.

- Although we will not prevent anyone from bringing their children, this hayride is not intended for kids.
- Anyone under 18 years old must be accompanied by a paying adult. 
- Participants should be in good health with sufficient mobility to walk through parts of the tour. 
- Activities are not repeated for late arrivals.

- Activities & Schedule subject to change.
- 10% active and retired military discount available. Inquire for details.

Is this a good event for my kids, you ask?
It's kind of a hard question to answer because some kids do well and think it's great, especially with the excitement and fun before the hayride is boarded. Some kids get very scared and cry during the hayride. And some kids can be viewed as a bit of a nuisance that try to ruin the fun for everyone with rude comments that they think are clever or funny. The hayride is more on the subtle, yet creepy side. There is no one chasing people with chainsaws or anything like that. But there is a ghost story about the property and you will be riding around in the darkness with creepy things that happen. Part of the hayride experience involves getting off and walking through the dark woods. There have been some people that were too scared and refused to follow the group on foot. I think the scary factor is in the fact that the story feels like it could very well be true, and you might possibly be walking through a real haunted forest. 
So it would be more about what your kids are into and how they would react to a situation like that. 
We want this to be a fun experience for everyone, so we do ask that you not bring your kids if they will be a distraction and are not able to maintain mature behavior.


 

Fort Cross Old Timey Adventures
4425 Hwy 78, Santa Ysabel CA 92070

 

      

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