Trax Farms offers not-so-scary alternative

Prudence Nowicki, Copy Chief

For those who aren’t fans of haunted houses and being scared, there are still fun places to go to celebrate the Halloween season.

Trax Farms offers evening hayrides every Wednesday and Friday all through October, so anyone can enjoy autumn festivities without the scaring and screaming. The night includes multiple tractor-pulled hayrides that take riders up a hill for a scenic view.

From there, visitors can go through a large corn maze and then buy a pumpkin from Trax Farms’ wide selection.

There is also a wide selection of fruit, vegetables, and home goods that can be bought inside. A fall favorite to try is their cold apple cider.

Trax Farms is broken into several sections: a place where they keep the produce, a stand with warm prepared food, a section with house decorations to match the season, and an outside area filled with pumpkins for the fall.

The evening is very family oriented and is popular with parents and their children.

For those looking for a more Halloween-oriented night, or a place to get spooked, this probably isn’t the best choice. However, for those looking for a relaxing night that includes pumpkins and hayrides, this is a perfect place.