Carrigan Farms is family owned and operated. Just like my family, they’ve been native to the area for over 100 years and they’ve been farming that long as well! In the Summer, you’ll find fresh produce and this time of year, in the Fall, you’ll be able to pick your own apples, take a hayride, night or day, and if you dare, walk the Haunted Trail!! Let's learn some more about this wonderful venue.

The Haunted Trail opens up in October and asks visitors to be prepared for Scarrigan Farms to get their hearts pumping!! The farm transforms its 170 acres into the scariest haunted trail in the region!! This is not designed for those under 12 years old and that tells you something about it to begin with. Definitely bring your courage when you come. Tickets begin being sold at 6:30 pm and they close based on attendance.

Arrival times are suggested as follows:
Arrive before 9 pm on Thursdays.
Arrive before 10 pm on Fridays.
Arrive before 11 pm on Saturdays.
Arrive before 9 pm on Sundays.

Pick your own apples begins on September 7th and runs through the month of September. They are open each weekend, Saturday and Sunday, from 9 am to 4 pm. The cost is $11 per person and includes a hayride to the orchard as well as a half peck bag of apples for each person.

You can also come during the week and ride the apple hayrides on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday at 2 pm, 3 pm or 4 pm. This begins the week of September 10th and lasts throughout the month of September.

Do beware that they only accept cash or checks. There are no exceptions.

In October you can pick your own pumpkins. There will be hayrides to the pumpkin patch too!

Maybe you would like to try out the hayrides at night. This activity happens during the months of September, October and November. Reservations are required. These rides are 45 minutes long and accommodate up to 30 people. A bonfire will be provided for roasting marshmallows and hot dogs. The nighttime hayrides being at 6 pm and are scheduled on the hour until 9 pm and the cost is $12 per person with a 12-person minimum. Kids under the age of 2 are free.

Fieldtrips are welcomed and are popular with preschool through second graders. The kids will learn about farm life through exploring various topics. During the month of September the tour includes apple picking and in October pumpkin picking is included.

Learn more about the farm by visiting their WEBSITE.