Updated: Nov 2, 2021
This Saturday, Oct. 30, for one night only, the Deadwoods Haunted Hayride and Corn Trail will open. The entrance to the hayride is off of Kansas Highway 152 (2100 Road) just west of Lamb Road — between Kansas Highway 7 and Prairie View High School.
The price is $10 at the event, cash or Venmo is accepted and no advance tickets are available.
Children 14 and younger should be accompanied by an adult. Children 10 and younger are free, however, organizers warn that because of the sights on the hayride, younger children could be traumatized and urge parental discretion.
The gates open at 7 p.m., and the scares start at dark.
Because it is an outdoor event, it is subject to weather conditions, but light rain and cold won't stop it. However, heavy rains might. If you have a question about when it is open, go to the Deadwoods website, deadwoods.org, for up to date information. A rain makeup day is set for Nov. 6.
Walking tacos, s’mores, hot cocoa, and cold drinks will be available from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Portable toilets will be on site, and plenty of parking is available on the fields.
Proceeds from the hayride benefit the Stainbrook Foundation, a nonprofit organization that was “created to enhance the communities of the Prairie View school district year round.”