Are you looking for something spook-tacular to do this Halloween?
Bring your friends and family to the Haunted Barn and Pumpkin Patch! It opens tonight and continues Oct. 23, 24 , 29 and 30.
The Moomaw barn is being transformed into a haunted barn with spooky stalls and freaky fun. The Haunted Barn is open from 6 to 8 p.m. on the above dates.
For those not looking for a haunted experience, we hope you will join us for the Pumpkin Patch, a Halloween and Harvest Festival filled with a variety of activities for young children. The Pumpkin Patch will be open the same dates and times as the Haunted Barn.
There will also be a pumpkin carving contest held the first weekend, with cash prizes awarded to the first, second and third place winners. Winners will donate their prize earnings to the charities of their choice. Bring your carved pumpkins on Oct. 22 and 23. Judging will take place Saturday, Oct. 24.
The cost to enter the Haunted Barn is $10 for everyone over 18 years old, $5 for people 10-17, and free for those under 10. The cost to enjoy the Pumpkin Patch is $1 and it is free for everyone 3 years old and younger.
To find the Haunted Barn and Pumpkin Patch, drive south from Pagosa Springs on U.S. 84 for approximately four miles. Look for the Haunted Barn sign on the right. Turn right onto Echo Canyon Ranch Road and stay on the paved road. Drive until you see the Haunted Barn.
Proceeds from this exciting event will benefit Habitat for Humanity of Archuleta County, the Gifted and Talented program in Pagosa, and Seeds of Learning. Thank you to all of the volunteers helping to make this event so successful.