By Blake Dykes
With fall here, there is no reason to stay home. No matter what you enjoy there is something for everyone.Fall entails one of the most thrilling holidays, Halloween. One spot worth looking at for a fright is the Field of Screams.The Field of Screams takes you through a terrifying journey to the middle of nowhere, where the suspenseand horror willsend chills down your spine. The Field of Screams can be compared to an extreme outdoor haunted house.Visit the Field of Screams on the following days: Sept. 28 and 29; Oct. 5, 6, 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, and 27 any time between 7-1 a.m.The cost is $20per person and is located in Brandenburg. Kentucky.
Maybe driving out to the middle of nowhere to get scared to death isn’t your thing; luckily, there are plenty of other activities. For example, Harvest Homecoming.
Harvest Homecoming is the perfect place to stroll around the streets of New Albany and try a lot of delicious foods while being entertained by the free bands or pageants. Or, if you’re one of those people that would rather spend the night riding classic fair rides, Harvest may be a great choice. Harvest Homecoming opens this Saturday, October 6, and closes on Sunday, Oct. 16.
If you are looking for something a little more family oriented, a trip to Joe Huber’s may be what you need.
Joe Huber’s Family Farm is the perfect opportunity to have a laid back night with the family or even a date. If you enjoy sitting down to a nice country meal and taking a walk to look at scenery, Huber’s is a great place to visit. Not only can you indulge in a country meal, but during the whole month of October you can go on a hayride and pick that perfect pumpkin.
Whether a fun evening for you consists of a getting a scare or a nice evening just enjoying the simple things, there are plenty of things to do this fall.