2022 Sandyland Acres Review;

The tantalizing breeze of crisp night air made for a perfect trip to Sandyland Acres tonight. They feature open wagons with straw bales for seating which only compliments the county surroundings. The wagons wind their way through cornfields and forest, stopping along the way for you at several iconic themed locations to engage on a personal level with what is patiently lying in wait. The wrap-up of the hayride makes several final stops inside a large tobacco barn with a few additional locations inside. We didn’t want to go into detail about the stops, because we think it may lessen the value when you experience them for yourself so instead, we chose to write about the style of the hayride with a brief idea of what you can expect. We didn’t exactly pull out the pocket watch but it felt like around 25-30 minutes this year,and it did really wrap through a county farm which we felt was really authentic and added to our experience. They also have a smaller walk through attraction there called farmers revenge which channels carnival school horror vibes. They offer free parking, and have a wide selection of concession items along with a gift shop to pick up a momento from your evening.It has a little for everyone but its main focus is family friendly. The haunt turns 17 this year.

Don’t trust the clowns side-hussle.
Hey Get In! Were going haunting!
Wagons Ho!

Sandyland Acres is open weekends (Weather Permitting) until Halloween.

4172 Belleview Rd, Petersburg, KY 41080

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