Hayrides a Must For Fall


Hayrides are a must this Fall.


Autumn means the changing colors of the leafs, smells of wood burning in fireplaces, an abundance of pumpkin spice flavored everything….and hayrides. There’s a tractor out there pulling hay for any type of hayride you want, whether you are looking for a haunted hayride, romantic or family hayride.

Below you will find a select few hayrides in the area (we really couldn’t list them all). All within a short drive from Hamanassett. Spend the weekend with us and take a fall hayride to celebrate autumn.

Linvilla Orchards: Linvilla knows how to do Fall best. Take a daytime or moon hayride or a hayride passed the witches houses. Then make sure to stop by the pumpkin patch, pick some apples and don’t forget the warm apple cider donuts at the bakery.

Arasapha Farm: This haunted hayride has been bringing fear to the area for 25 years. Your heart will be pounding throughout the 25 minute ride through the dark forest. If the hayride doesn’t leave you in a puddle of fear, you can also check out the Bates Motel and Haunted Corn Maze.

Johnson’s Corner Farm: For apple and pumpkin picking this hayride has a harvest waiting for you. Guests can enjoy live music and farm animals, too. After you’ve picked the perfect pumpkin, don’t forget to try the fresh apple cider, pumpkin ice cream (yum!) and an apple cider slushy (yes, please!).

Milky Way Farm: If you are in search of the perfect pumpkin, this hayride will drop you in the middle of 8 acres to choose from 25,000 pumpkins that are grown each year. You may even be able to pick your pumpkin right off the vine.