Get ready for a one-of-a-kind Halloween adventure at the all new Topaz Farm. For two nights only, the farm’s hayride and maze are being transformed into the Field of Screams.
Last year, Kruger’s Farm was sold and has since became Topaz Farm. For the fall season, the Sauvie Island farm has multiple pumpkin patches, a corn maze, hayrides and animal interactions.
The 9-acre corn maze features one of the farm’s favorite goats, Bob. On October 30 and 31, the maze is transforming from goat to goblin for the Field of Screams haunted hayride and maze.
The adventure begins with a hayride under the full moon. Guests will be on the lookout for creatures lurking in the night as the tractor escorts them to the maze. The rest of the journey continues on foot through the maze to witness what the full moon brings to life. See if you can make is through the Field of Screams!
And yes, there is a full moon happening on Halloween. According to the farmer’s almanac, this is the first full moon on Halloween that can be seen in the U.S. since 1944.
Masks are required at this event. Topaz Farm encourages guests to wear shoes or boots that can handle walking along a dirt or muddy path. Young children are not recommended to attend the event.
Tickets to the haunted hayride and maze are $25. I fully recognize this is an expensive event for a couple or family. If you are looking for another option, see our full list of Portland area haunted houses, drive-thrus and mazes.
When you buy your ticket, you will choose your visit time. Time slots are available every 20 minutes from 6-9 p.m. and each one is limited to 10 guests. Check in will take place near the farm animal area 20 minutes prior to your haunted ride.
Make sure to arrive on time for this event. If you miss the hayride, Topaz Farm will not be able to get you on a later adventure.
Space is limited for this event, so claim your spot early! Tickets can be purchased on the Topaz Farm website. The farm is located at 17100 NW Sauvie Island Rd. in Portland.
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