CLINTON, NJ - The Red Mill Haunted Village’s last weekend of “Infection” occurs Friday and Saturday. Oct. 27 and 28.
Infection is a journey deep into the jungle where you’ll come face-to-face with ancient mysteries. Enter if you dare, but will you make it out without catching the fever?
You can venture through the maze, terror trail, haunted hayride, and vortex before facing with the final scares in the famous Red Mill. You’ll also encounter a few new surprises along the way.
The box office is open each night from 5 to 10 p.m. and the attraction opens after dark at approximately 7:30. The Haunted Village is the largest annual fundraiser for the non-profit Red Mill Museum Village.
For the third year, The Mill will also have its Happy Haunt for the children and less adventurous adults. It is kid friendly so the lights are on and a no-scare activity runs from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturdays only, ending Oct. 28. The event includes a hayride, face painting, cider and snack.
The Haunted Village is all volunteer; there are no paid actors. Volunteers help build and decorate the Haunted Village, work on costumes, make up and scare you on the weekends.
Tickets can be purchased online or at the gate.
The Red Mill Museum Village is a non-profit historic site that does not benefit from federal, state or local tax revenues. The Mill is solely supported by memberships, donations, visitor admission fees and events, like the Haunted Village.
For more information visit the “Red Mill Haunted Village” Facebook page or the website.