Looking for some haunts this Halloween season? Here's an option: the Dead End Hayride has announced they are still on this year despite the pandemic.

The popular attraction is located in Wyoming, less than two hours from Duluth. They shared the exciting news on their Facebook page Monday (September 14th). As expected, along with the announcement, they also noted that things will be a bit different due to COVID-19.

Organizers will be limiting the number of tickets sold each night because of the pandemic. Attendees will also need to wear a mask and stick to their own group when moving throughout the attraction. Other COVID-19 guidelines include waiting lines with the proper spacing, hourly cleaning of the facility and event spaces and hand sanitizing stations around the area.

To help limit contact with others as much as possible, groups will also need to purchase their ticket ahead of time. You will also need to choose a date and time slot. Prices range from sixteen to seventy bucks, depending on your ticket package. You can purchase yours here.

The haunted attraction kicks off Friday, September 25th and continues through the first of November. There are three different scares you encounter when you head to the Dead End Hayride: the Haunted Hayride, the Haunted Trail and the Haunted Cornfield. Boo!

The Haunted Ridge is also planning on opening for the season. The attraction announced the great news back in August. Despite the pandemic, they will be putting on the scares for Northland residents later this year. I can't wait!

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