120 South Branch Rd., Hillsborough, NJ 08844 - At Norz Hill Farm
Yes, the Scare Farm haunted attractions are outside and you could get dirty. You may have to crawl or crouch down to fit through some areas. This is a farm and some attractions are in field areas with real dirt.
Yes there are port-a-john’s available.
Parking is free and in an open field
You are coming to a farm, so don't wear your best shoes or brand new clothes! And dress according to the temperature, it can be windy and colder than you think.
Strobe lights, fog machines, uneven surfaces, dirt or mud, loud audio, tight spaces, spiders, snakes, animals, insane cast members, and you may be scared enough to wet your pants. (we know it has happened to many past victims)
Yes. We have a concession stand that sells hot dogs, hamburgers, cold and hot drinks and more.
NO! Alcoholic beverages are not allowed nor do we serve any! Any violators of this policy will be ejected from the premises without a refund.
NO! Smoking is not allowed! We are a farm and there are many flammable objects. Any violators of this policy will be ejected from the premises without a refund.
Yes, Uniformed Police Officers, Security Staff and plain clothed Security Personnel. Scare Farm has a ZERO Tolerance policy for trouble makers or unruly guests. These people will be ejected from the premises without a refund. We want everyone to have a safe and fun experience at Scare Farm.
Absolutely NOT!! Scare Farm is all new. We will still have two walking haunted trails, Creepy Hollow and Paranoia that have many new and exciting scares, plus we have added The Slay Ride – our new Haunted Hayride, it’s sure to challenge your senses
Visitors will walk through Creepy Hollow and Paranoia. The Slay Ride is a hayride.
Yes, pants wetting can and has occurred. Usually more than once a night!
Scare Farm Haunted Attraction are not recommended for visitors who are pregnant, have heart conditions or are in general poor health.
Due to the nature of this being an outside attraction on uneven surfaces, at this time it is not recommended.
Scare Farm is recommended for adults and teens, but younger kids may come if parents choose to bring them. Parents need to be the judge of their own kids and how they handle scary things. A ten year old may have a blast, but a 40 year old may end up crying. Our recommendation is not for children under 13 years of age and we will not allow any children under the age of 13 to enter without an adult. Carrying babies though is NOT permitted. There are no special prices for children and there will be no refunds.
Sorry, but there will be no refunds. You have purchased a ticket for the Scare Farm haunted attractions. You’ve paid to be scared. So, if you or your child is so scared that you can’t continue through the haunts, then we have done our job. There would be no reason for a refund.
There are very dark and low light areas in all the attractions.
NO, the Creepy Hollow & Paranoia attractions are walking trails and you will not get lost.
No. For safety reasons, we are sorry to say that all patrons are not permitted to wear costumes.
This is at our management team’s discretion. Our patron's safety is our main concern. The best way to find out if we are open or closed is to check Facebook, You may also call us to find out if we are closed. If we are open on misty, drizzly nights, one or both of the walking trails may be closed, but the hayride may be open. However, the Farm is not under a big umbrella, so it will be wet. If you prepurchase your tickets, you will be notified by the email address used.
The actors at Scare Farm will not intentionally touch you. However, they do get very, very close and trying to get the best scare may unintentionally touch you. Occasionally you may brush up against their costumes or props. You may also come into contact with some of the sets.
No pets! No weapons! No alcoholic beverages! No cameras! No smoking! No laser pointers or flashlights! No food or beverages!
Yes. We do not allow foul language, pushing, vulgar behavior, weapons of any kind, alcohol, etc. We have a list of rules just like anyone else that must be adhered to for your own safety. Violation of these rules will usually bring a warning and then you will be asked to leave without a refund and may be prosecuted.
NO photography of any sort is not allowed in the attractions. Haunted attractions are dark and people's eyes (especially the actors) adjust to the low light. When you flash your camera you're not only ruining other customers' experience but you're hurting the actors' eyes. Also, the fog used inside the attractions ruins flash photography.
Although no photography or videotaping is allowed inside (including nightshot), the monsters working outside will quite often pose for pictures.
All major credit cards are accepted.
Yes group ticket sales for 15 or more people, you can purchase them through the ticketing page as long as they are available.
No. Tickets will be collected at the entrance to each of the attractions. A New ticket is required for each visit.
We keep the attractions running until the last patron has exited. We’ll stop selling tickets, but the attractions will keep running.
On September dates, and on Sunday nights.
Ticket sales start at 6:30pm. A bit before or as close to 6:30pm is always better. But you MUST BE here by ticket booth closing times to guarantee your entrance to the attractions.
Early in the season, arriving at opening time is fine, but as we get closer to Halloween the crowds get larger.
Occasionally, radio stations or sponsors may have free ticket giveaways.
The demented and twisted minds of our Owners and the Scare Farm management team.
You must be at least 16 years old to work at Scare Farm.