Haunt Mansion, the Spooky New Haunted Hay Wagon Ride and Mini Putt Opens in Niagara Falls, Ontario

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Haunt Manor is opening October 1st to the public and will be featuring a Haunted Hay Wagon Ride, Spooky Mini Putt, Ghoulish Kids' Tube Maze, Pumpkin Sales and Concession Stands.

Haunt Manor (http://www.hauntmanor.com) is having its grand opening Friday October 1, 2010 on historic Lundy’s Lane in Niagara Falls, Ontario Canada. Haunt Manor is taking place on the property of Campark Resorts Campground where paranormal activity has haunted the campground since the tragic death of the Miller family in 1796.

Located just over the border in Niagara Falls, Ontario. This is on an old abandoned farm that transformed into a camp over the past decades known as Campark Resorts. This year it opens its doors to the public for the first time ever to experience the haunting and hayride, all October. HauntManor.com went live earlier this year to show what you will experience at Haunt Manor.

A Haunted Hayride begins at the side of a four-story barn. This ride begins in Pleasant Village where a blood-thirsty zombie, ghost and banshee “greet” you in the dark. Then around the bend find what is lurking at Victor’s butcher shop. Dead bodies of recent travelers line his property. Keep your hands in the ride at this point as he has been known to take travelers off the wagon. Down the dark roads of this 24 acre haunted hayride it only gets more intense and unexpected. Many well-known and long deceased are back from the dead, hungry for revenge. They have been waiting a long, long time for this moment, over 200 years. Warning this ride has blood, guts and general scariness, not for the timid.

“Haunt Manor is truly the scariest Haunted Hay Wagon Ride I’ve ever been on”. “My sister was too scared to go back on it so we had a blast playing the 9 hole Haunted Mini Putt with the kids!” Says Jessica Peterson, one of the first to experience Haunt Manor.

Haunt Manor also features a 9-hole haunted Mini Putt where an eight-foot tall skull waterfall towers over you. This is fun for all ages. Around the course is a bloody river and graveyard. As you make your way through the course you never know who is lurking in the fog or around the next corner.

If your little ones are too scared to go on the Hay Wagon Ride you can have them spend some time in the Tube Playground right beside the mini-putt. They will have a blast this October running up and down the tube and down the two story slide. The Tube Playground will be fully lit up and fun for children up to four feet tall.

When visiting Haunt Manor you can pick up a pumpkin or two as Haunt Manor has concession stands serving all kinds of Halloween themed items including Candy apples, Ice Cream and more.

Haunt Manor (http://www.hauntmanor.com) is open Friday and Saturday Nights from 7-11pm and is located on 9387 Lundy's Lane, Niagara Falls, Ontario Canada. You can make advanced or group reservations at Haunt Manor.com. Availability on other nights is based on reservations ahead of time for larger groups.

Phillip Van Kleef
Marketing Director

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