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Endure a nerve racking ride into the deep, dark woods, and stumble to the entry of Schuster's Hauinted Forest

Final dates are Thursday, Friday, and Saturday 10/26-10/28

Weather decisions are made the afternoon of  the event. If we must cancel due to weather, all tickets are automatically refunded. If it is rain showers, the show goes on.

Did you know we have a bar? 

Come early or stay late and enjoy craft beer, wine, and spiked hot drinks in our BARn! 

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We also have live music on select nights.

10/6 David Hecht  10/13 Taylor and Von  10/14 Mark Croft Duo 10/20 Sam Ness 10/21 Taylor and Von  10/27 Devin Griffin 10/28 90 Proof  

Don't forget about the fall treats! Our bakery is open until 10pm serving our apple cider donuts, farm fresh pumpkin cake, caramel apples, soft pretzels, and brats!

Salted Pretzels

New! for 2023 Public Bonfires!

Come before your ticketed time or stay after and cozy up by one of our fires. Roast a s'more and enjoy a hot drink. Groups over 15 can also rent a private bonfire. More details here. 

Online Tickets

We sell out for most time slots, so be sure to get your tickets online and early! Tickets are rarely available at the farm.

2023 Ti cket Prices Fridays, 9/29 & 10/6, Saturday, 9/30, Thursdays, 10/19 & 10/26:  $22   Saturday, 10/7:  $25 Fridays, 10/13, 10/20, 10/27:  $26 Saturdays, 10/14, 10/21, & 10/28:  $30  

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  • Do I need to purchase a ticket to buy pumpkins, produce, and bakery items? Absolutely not! Tickets are only required for activities on the farm (ie. backyard area, corn maze, wagon ride, and Haunted Forest). Our bakery, pumpkin area, and country store are all accessible to guests without a ticket.
  • Who needs a ticket? Anyone entering the backyard activity area, corn maze, wagon ride or Haunted Forest is required to have a ticket.
  • What is included in the daytime admission price? We have one price admission for both adults and children and one senior (60+) price. Children 2 and under are free. Admission for both adults and children includes all of our activities in the backyard, our 7-acre corn maze, and a scenic wagon ride around the farm. Activities are open for both children AND adults to participate in and we would encourage everyone to make memories together by playing together at the farm! We hope that you will enjoy the many photo opportunities in both activity areas and around the farm, the corn maze, petting farm, duck races, hula cows, corn hole, jumping pillows, various mazes, and the corn pit! The only activity not available to older youth and adults is the kiddie zipline (due to height and weight requirements). On Friday and Saturdays, when our flashlight maze is open, your admission INCLUDES the flashlight maze for that evening.
  • What do I have to pay extra for? Anything that goes in your mouth or you take home with you. Additional apple cannon shots can also be purchased on weekends.
  • What types of payment methods do you accept? We accept credit cards, debit cards, and cash at the farm. Some registers are card only for safety and efficiency, but cash is accepted at at least one register in each area on the farm. If you want to feed the goats, bring some quarters, as we have quarter feeding dispensers.
  • Are dogs (or other pets) allowed at the farm? Unfortunately, we do not allow dogs or pets at Schuster’s Farm whether on a leash or in your arms. This is due to insurance and liability reasons. Only registered service dogs (which must be properly identified as such) are allowed. We also want you to know that there is not any shade in our parking lot, so having your pet staying in your vehicle is not a safe idea.
  • If I buy tickets online do I need to print them out? Tickets that are purchased online do not need to be printed out. You can show them on your mobile device when you get to the farm. As a last resort, just give your name at our ticket booth & we can look up your purchase as well. When you arrive at the farm, look for the online ticket window!
  • What type of bathrooms do you have at the farm? We have some flush toilets and many portapotties. The flush toilets are closed at night due to issues with destruction.
  • How big is the maze? The maze itself is 7 acres. It is divided into two halves for ease of navigation for the very directionally challenged! Plus we have a little maze for those who only wish to get lost for 5-10 minutes.
  • What age is Schuster’s Farm appropriate for? One of the great things about Schuster’s Farm is the fact that it offers something that everyone can enjoy. From babies, all the way up to grandma and grandpa, our goal is to make sure everyone in your group leaves with memories they will cherish!
  • What are your busiest and slowest times to visit? Saturdays and Sundays are our busiest days of the week. Weekdays are typically less crowded. September weekends and the last weekend in October are typically slower than the rest of October weekends. You may want to plan to come early or later in the season if you are looking for a smaller crowd.
  • How do you make the maze? It’s taken lots of practice … 26+ years of it to be exact! Our particular process of making the maze is a trade secret, but we can tell you that we plant the whole field in the spring and then cut out the design when the corn plants are still fairly short. The design is created on a computer and then transferred into the cornfield.
  • Will I get lost? We hope so! It’s designed to be that way. While everyone does get lost to different degrees, we have designed the maze to be an interactive activity that makes a trip inside the maze more than just a walk through some corn. At the beginning of your visit you have the option of selecting a game that will help guide you through the maze.
  • How do you get the group discount rate? Groups of 20+ are the same as the online price. Tickets can be purchased in one transaction at the farm to receive the online rate and avoid ticketing fees. If purchasing tickets for the Haunted Forest, a reservation is required to reserve the timed tickets. Please complete a contact us form to make your reservation request.
  • Is the farm wheelchair accessible? The corn maze, and most farm attractions are on unpaved farm ground. Wheelchairs, strollers and wagons can be brought on premises and are able to complete the corn maze, but the ground can be bumpy, and sometimes even muddy, in spots. Please use your own discretion. We do have a large hay wagon with a wheelchair lift, so we do have accessible wagon rides.
  • Do you serve alcohol on the farm? Yes, Mitchell’s Minibar Truck has a super fun menu of coffee and drinks-from straight up to spiked. The Minibar is only open on Friday evenings and weekends.
  • Can we bring in food? Our bakery is open anytime the farm is open. Our food trucks are only open on the weekends. Farm guests and field trips may bring their own food during the week. Carry-ins are not allowed on Saturdays and Sundays or Haunted Forest nights unless your group has rented private space..
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Schuster's Farm

1326 US Highway 12 and 18, Deerfield, WI 53531 (directions)

608-764-8488

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Get lost in 8 acres of corn maze, ride the wagon to 14+ acres of pumpkins and explore the dozens of attractions in the backyard as you laugh and play with your loved ones. Feel the terror of the Haunted Forest! Also, private company picnics, family gatherings and parties galore … down on the farm!

2020 Dates & Times

September 19-30; October 1-31; November 1

Weekdays: 9am-6pm Monday - Friday (except 10/25)

Weekend Days: 9am-6pm Saturday - Sunday, plus 10/25 (Noon - 6pm)

Weekdays: Monday - Friday (except 10/30) Farm Fun Pass: $7.95 ea. – Corn Mazes, Hayride (October only), Backyard Fun Backyard Fun only: $4.95 ea. Season Day Pass: $30 ea. – weekdays and weekend days

Weekend Wednesdays: All the weekend fun in the middle of the week. Farmtraction activities will start at Noon. Weekend Wednesdays Farm Fun: $9.95/person.

Weekend Days: Saturday - Sunday, plus 10/25 All weekends in October will require online timed tickets. Farm Fun Pass: $11.95 ea. –Mazes, Hayride, Backyard Fun includes unlimited barrel train & jumping pillow and one apple cannon For age 60+ $7.95 ea. | Kids 2 & under free. Corn Maze Only: $7 ea. Season Day Pass: $30 ea. – weekdays and weekend days

Weekend Nights: Friday - Saturday in October, plus Thursday 10/29 and Saturday 9/26 Haunted Forest: 9/26 : $20 10/2-3 : $25 10/9-10 : $25 10/16-17 : $27.50 10/23-24 : $27.50 10/29-31 : $25 Flashlight Corn Maze: $7 ea. Bonfires day/night by reservation only!

Weekend Nights: Purchase S’Mores ($1), Hot Chocolate or Hot Cider ($2), and Glow Sticks ($1).

We accept cash, check, debit and credit cards: Master Card, VISA, Discover and American Express.

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1326 US Highway 12 and 18, Deerfield, WI 53531

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Schuster’s Haunted Forest

1326 US-12, Deerfield, WI 53531

The spirits come alive after dark in Schuster’s Haunted Forest in Deerfield, WI . Come for the pumpkins, corn maze, and fall treats at Schutser’s Farm. Stay for the horrors of the Haunted Forest.

Please note: The walk through the Haunted Forest requires moderate physical exertion. The Haunted Forest is designed for youth (ages 12 and up) and adults. It is NOT recommended for younger children or anyone faint of heart. (You DON’T want to take the Walk of Shame!)

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Schuster’s haunted forest can be scary fun.

Schusters Haunted Forest

Mary SeGall , Staff Writer October 27, 2022

Are you afraid of the dark? Do you like things that go bump in the night? What is your greatest fear? Is it clowns, people in scary masks, being in a dark forest at night with no flashlight or someone in a scary costume following you? If you fear these than this is the places for you! Schuster’s Haunted Forest is located in Deerfield, Wisconsin and has been a fan favorite in Wisconsin for years upon years. Upon arrival you park in the packed parking lot. It is so popular good luck trying to find a parking spot! My friends and I got there around 8:30 p.m. and there were no parking spots so we had to make do. The parking lot was a dirt lot with ropes to tie off the perimeter. Walking up, there was a big barn with lights hanging. Through the open window, music could be heard from outside. Inside, people were dancing or sitting at one of the rustic picnic tables sipping on coffee, pop or beer. Right next to the barn was a cute little rustic building that looks like a little cottage of sorts. We walked inside and found all sorts of merchandise like hoodies and hats that said “Schuster’s Haunted Forest” on them. In my opinion they should have said “I survived Schuster’s Haunted Forest.” There were also things like preservatives that were sold there as well. There was a little place you could get a cup of coffee. I certainly was not going to get coffee in my system before going into a haunted forest, no way! Tickets must be bought online ahead of time. They call your party over to the ride out to the tractor ride to get to the forest. The tractor ride was maybe 10 to 15 minutes long and you went from being in an open field to slowly edging closer and closer to the dark forest. You can hear a mix of screams and laughter as you pull up closer. The light starts to fade and through the trees, the light guiding the way was that of the full moon that was out the night we went. The tractor came to a stop. Someone let us off and we waited in line to start our dark adventure. While in line there were creepy videos and music playing, people were laughing and talking, and screams could be heard from further inside the forest. There were dark figures that would come up from behind you and scare you while you waited in line to increase the, shall we say, experience. Once it was our turn, it was three people at a time. I had two friends with me so we walked together through the array of creepy dark parts of the forest, little run down haunted houses, fun house type deals to make you dizzy like you would see at a fair, people sneaking up on you from behind a tree or something like that. The whole experience lasted about an hour. I wished it lasted a bit longer, to be honest. It was a lot of fun! I recommended this for any Halloween junkie or a thrill seeker or just to see your friends jump or run like mine did! I give Schuster’s Farm two thumbs up; I really want to go again before the season is over.

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Hermitage Garden has always been known as an amusement, entertainment center with theatres, shows, cafes, summer pavilions, pergolas since 1830. Shalyapin, Sobinov, Nezhdanova – great Russian opera singers starred on the garden stage. Famous Russian composer Rakhmaninov conducted the orchestra. Sara Bernar, Maria Yermolova, outstanding actresses, played in the open air performances. Tolstoy and Lenin had a stroll in the garden. So lots of celebrities from different epoques liked it a lot and spent their time in Hermitage Garden. You can find here three theatres in the garden: Hermitage, Sphere and New Opera. During winter an ice rink works here and in summer a musical stage is assembled to host jazz and brass band festivals.

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Aptekarsky Ogorod (Apothecary Garden)

Aptekarsky Ogorod (Apothecary Garden)

Aptekarsky Ogorod (Apothecary Garden) is one of the oldest gardens in Moscow. It was founded in the XVIII century by Peter the First (great Russian emperor). A larch that he planted himself still grows in the garden, so it’s more than 250 years old. At the time of its foundation, it was a garden with herbs and medicinal plants and was used as an educational center for doctors. Today there are the orangery with its tropical palms, the carp pond, and the immense trees that dot the landscape and turn wonderful golden shades in the autumn. Several restaurants and cafes work here making it a very nice spot for relaxation no matter what season it is. You can book a special tour or join the guided excursion group.

Losiny Ostrov

Losiny Ostrov (Elk Island Park)

Losiny Ostrov (Elk Island Park)

Losiny Ostrov (Elk Island Park) is located at the north of Moscow. It covers 22 km from the west to the east and 10 km from the north to the south and it’s one of the most beautiful national parks in Moscow. Two rivers, Yausa and Pechorka begin here. You can find lots of fields, ponds, meadows, streams in the park as well as elks. Here you can enjoy guided tours, available in English. You can choose a guided tour about flora and fauna of the area, you’ll learn why elks are there, which animals are their neighbors. Or enjoy another excursion, which is totally devoted to historical past of ancient tribes once lived there, you’ll know about old Russian mythology, rituals and traditions.

Serebyany Bor

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Serebyany Bor (Silver Forest)

Serebyany Bor (Silver Forest) is a famous pine forest in the west of Moscow. The park has 230 forms of plant life, and is also home to watersports complex, providing a lot of activities for visitors. The layout of Serebryany Bor is unusual, as it is located on an artificial island between a meander in the Moscow River and a channel. There is an artificial lake, the Deep Gulf and picturesque Bezdonnoe (Bottomless) Lake in the depths of the forest. Serebryany Bor’s beaches are the cleanest in the city and very popular among Muscovites. On weekends it is difficult to find a free spot here, especially because a whole range of services are offered to visitors, from simple deckchairs to catamaran and yacht rides. Driving is prohibited on the territory of the island so be ready to use trolleybus to reach the entrance.

Botanichesky Sad

Greenhouse of Botanical Garden

Greenhouse of Botanical Garden

Main Botanical Garden of The Russian Academy of Sciences is the largest and most famous is Moscow. The garden is a real museum of nature with a very rich (more than 18000 types) collection of plants. The park was founded in 1945 at the place of the 17th century Apothecaries’ Gardens. The garden’s collection is turned into botanical expositions, made with use of modern receptions of landscape architecture. Here you can see a tree nursery, a shadow garden, hothouse complex, collection of flowers, a rosary, exposition of coastal plants, garden of continuous blossoming, Japanese garden and expositions of cultural plants and natural flora plants. The biggest part of Garden is the Tree nursery occupying the space of 75 hectares. About 2 thousand wood plants grow here. Another big exposition of the Garden is nature Flora, divided into six botanic-geographical collections: European part of Russia, Caucuses, Central Asia, Siberia and Far East. Pride of the Main Botanical Garden is the collection of tropical, coastal and water plants, which is considered as the best in Europe. The Japanese garden, a great model of Japanese landscape gardening art has a 13-level stone pagoda of the 18th century, stone Japanese lamps, ponds, falls and streams, tea lodges and more than 100 species of the most character Japan plants. It is especially decorative in spring, during Oriental cherry blossoming and in fall, when foliage blazes in crimson colors.

Moscow historic parks

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Kolomenskoye

Kolomenskoe

Kolomenskoye Museum and Park

The chief attraction of the park is undoubtedly the stone Church of the Ascension of the Lord. It was constructed in 1532 by order of Tsar Vasily III to commemorate the birth of his son and heir, Ivan the Terrible. But there is a lot more to see in the park: the pretty Church of the Icon of Our Lady of Kazan – with its bright azure domes and plenty of gold. Further into the park there is a charming Church of the Beheading of St John the Baptist, built by Ivan the Terrible to mark his coronation.

Kuskovo

Kuskovo Park

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    October 2023 is coming to a close and so Schuster's Farm prepares to close it's 30th season. Daytime hours are Sunday 10 am-6 pm and "closing day" Monday, 10/30, 9 am- 6 pm. ... Hitch a ride to the Haunted Forest or round up a group of friends for a toasty Bonfire! Backyard activities and animals close at 6:00 pm daily (except Wed. they ...

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    Get Tickets for 2023 Haunted Forest. Ticket sales close October 29th 2023.

  6. FAQs

    Tickets are only required for activities on the farm (ie. backyard area, corn maze, wagon ride, and Haunted Forest). Our bakery, pumpkin area, and country store are all accessible to guests without a ticket. Who needs a ticket? Anyone entering the backyard activity area, corn maze, wagon ride or Haunted Forest is required to have a ticket.

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    Schuster's Haunted Forest Deerfield. Endure a nerve racking ride into the deep, dark woods, and stumble to the entry of Schuster's Hauinted Forest. Don't forget about the fall treats! Our bakery is open until 10pm serving our apple cider donuts, farm fresh pumpkin cake, caramel apples, soft pretzels, and brats! New! for 2023 Public …

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    The Haunted Forest at Schuster's Farm, Deerfield, Wisconsin. 5,932 likes · 4,655 were here. Haunted House

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  10. Schuster's Haunted Forest 2024

    The spirits come alive after dark in Schuster's Haunted Forest in Deerfield, WI. Come for the pumpkins, corn maze, and fall treats at Schutser's Farm. Stay for the horrors of the Haunted Forest. Please note: The walk through the Haunted Forest requires moderate physical exertion. The Haunted Forest is designed for youth (ages 12 and up) and ...

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  12. Schuster's Haunted Forest

    The walk through Schuster's Haunted Forest requires moderate physical exertion. The Haunted Forest is designed for ages 13 and up. It is NOT recommended for younger children or anyone faint of heart. Please visit our farm website to learn more about. all of our fall fun activities!

  13. Schuster's Haunted Forest

    1326 US Highway 12 & 18. Deerfield, WI. Click To Call. Review Us. Website. Schuster's Fall Harvest & Haunted Forest features a Haunted Forest where you'll come face to face with the monsters that call the farm their home! Some locations may have last minute updates due to changing circumstances. Please visit the attraction's website and/or ...

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