Haunted Corn Maze, Pumpkin Patch, and Ghost Walks set to provide a “Spooky Thrill” for Visitors

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Each September and October, Oakes Farm in Union County, Tennessee looks to thrill visitors with a haunted corn maze, a family friendly pumpkin patch, and hayrides, while Big Ridge State Park leads guests on ghost walks nightly on the weekends. With the backdrop of beautiful East Tennessee and Norris Lake, visitors are sure to enjoy their time spent on the “farm.”

Pumpkin Patch

Through the end of October, visitors to Union County are sure to find a spooky event to experience. Oakes’ Farm thrills visitors with its family friendly attractions including the popular “Trail of Doom,” an intricate corn maze, a pumpkin patch and this year’s newest hayride attraction titled - “Thriller Night of Lights.”

Big Ridge State Park in Union County has a long-standing reputation for spooky stories. Every Friday and Saturday in October, rangers lead a 1.2-mile easy to moderate Ghost House Trail.

Ground zero for the park’s haunted loop begins near the group camp and takes you deep into the history of this area's pre-1930s inhabitants. According to locals and some park visitors, eerie and unexplainable events occur along this trail. Reservations are required. For more information, including times and reservations, call 865-992-5523.

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