Halloween Haunted Hayride
Nathaniel Pierce, Staff Writer~
The Lynchburg South Moose Family Center will be hosting the Halloween Haunted Hayride on October 27 and 28 from 8 to 10 p.m. The Hayride will cost $3 a person for admittance into the campground and is open to the public.
The events of the evening start with a hayride through the campground, where riders will experience many “frightening” jump scares from ghosts and goblins along the ride. Afterward, riders will disembark and conclude the Haunted Hayride by going on a walk down the Haunted Trail. The trail should keep everyone on their toes and “will keep your heart jumping until you get to the end,” according to the Family Centers’ Facebook flyer.
The Hayride will also have food for sale such as hotdogs, chips and drinks, as well as hot beverages if the weather turns cold.
Everyone is invited to come to the Lynchburg South Moose Family Centers’ Halloween Haunted Hayride. According to their flyer, this hayride will be the “latest and greatest scary event in this area” this season!
The Family Center is located at 934 Waterlick Road. You can visit their Facebook page for more information on the Haunted Hayride.