Join the Shawhaven family’s love for Halloween as they celebrate another season at their family farm.
The Shawhaven Farm near Mason has been in the Shaw family for 50 years.
Within the past seven years, husband and wife Tami and Doug Shaw have transformed their farm into a Halloween-themed attraction for the public.
“We both love Halloween,” Tami said. “When we first got married, we always did a wagon ride for the neighborhood.
“We would decorate the barn to scare the kids and everyone had such a good time. We thought that next year we’d set up the woods and the wagon ride.”
The Shawhaven Haunted Farm offers an array of activities such as the “Wagons of Fear” ride, a spooky casket ride to the cemetery and corn mazes.
“We have a big event barn for people who don’t want to do the scary stuff,” Tami said. “They can come sit inside and watch old monster movies. We can cater to everybody; if you want to get scared, you can get scared.
“If you don’t want to get scared we have the regular corn maze that is not haunted. It can hit every member in the family and there is something they can do.”
The Shawhaven Haunted Farm is located at 1826 Rolfe Rd. in Mason.
The last day to visit the haunted farm is Oct. 27.
For event pricing, visit www.shawhavenhauntedfarm.com.