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Kokomo’s Fall Farm Activities & Haunted Attractions

Visit Kokomo during the month of October for family-friendly fall fun and haunted adventures sure to please kids and adults alike. Don’t miss these great fall attractions open in the Kokomo area this month!

Guffey Acres' 2011 Corn Maze

Kids of all ages will enjoy exploring Guffey Acres Corn Maze & Fall Attraction. Their corn maze theme this year is fashioned after “America’s First Car” built by Kokomo resident Elwood Haynes in 1894. Kids will also enjoy playing in the corn box, building with life-size lincoln logs, hayrides, climbing straw mountain, seeing farm animals & many more fun activities on the farm! Open now through October 29, 2011. Hours are Thurs. 4-8pm, Fri. 4-11pm & Sat. 10am-10pm.

Easy Acre Farm also offers a variety of activities for the entire family! Halloween Hoot is a fun event geared for kids ages 12 & under. During your visit, stop by the Boo Barn, enjoy farm games, barrel train, crafts and an interactive “Ghost Hunt” with prizes! Young kids will enjoy this daytime Halloween event. Open from 10am-4pm on October 15, 22 & 29, 2011.

Twisted Darkness Haunted Attraction

Also, don’t miss The Haunt at Easy Acre Farm. This ain’t Old MacDonald’s Farm! Enjoy a good scare at this haunted barn & corn maze. Kokomo offers several haunted houses for those looking for a real spooky adventure. Check out Edge of Insanity, where you can explore Dr. Weitles’ Asylum in this house of horrors. Gray’s Fright Night and Twisted Darkness will also give you eerie thrills and chills as you make your way out through their mazes of terror.

In addition, Kokomo’s Haunted Trail Walk will be held on Saturday, October 29, 2011 from 6:00-8:30pm.  Bring a flashlight for this haunted trail walk through the woods in Jackson Morrow Park. Admission is free.

For directions, times, and admission costs for all attractions and events in Kokomo, please visit the website links above or check out our online Calendar of Events.

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Written by : Sherry has been at the Greater Kokomo Visitors Bureau since 2002. She enjoys greeting visitors, assisting group tours, and maintaining Kokomo's tourism blog, website, and social media initiatives (Facebook & Twitter). Sherry and her husband, Shane, have one son, Peyton.