Scarecrow Theater is just one of three haunted attractions located at Jone’s Orchard.
During daylight hours, you can come get lost in the corn maze. (Actually there are two, with the small maze designed for younger explorers.) You can also come to get pumpkins from the pumpkin patch grown right at the orchard.
After dark, the corn maze is still open and available, but the main events become the haunted attractions. All three haunted attractions are available from 7pm-11pm. (Tickets are available until 11pm, but the attractions will stay open as needed to accomodate anyone in line.) You can attend any of the attractions individually, or buy a $24 combo ticket to test your courage with all three.
The Shadowlands takes patrons on a trip both through a corn maze and the nearby woods featuring a vortex tunnel, a claustrophobia, and a suspension bridge along with dozens of actors. The forest portion of the trail has been expanded this year to take advantage of the naturally creepy setting. This trail runs $10 individually, or as part of the combo package.
A long time home haunt in Bartlett, Terror at 2596 enjoyed a cult following for a number of years before moving to Jones Orchard. This two acre walkthrough attraction expands on what made it popular for years in it’s days as a backyard attraction. Terror at 2596 costs $10 for a single ticket.
Then of course, there is Scarecrow Theater, running three shows per hour. Individual tickets cost $10 for this event.
In between trails and events, be sure to check out the haunted projections on the Jone’s Orchards woods and the Scarecrow Theater cemetery light show featuring music by Midnight Syndicate, Destini Beard, and Virgil.