Advanced reservations are required for 2020.
The total cost to attend is $25 per person on Thursday and Sunday evenings and $30 per person on Friday and Saturday evenings, with $5 of the total cost required as an advance reservation deposit and the remainder due at the door, cash or check only (credit and debit cards are not accepted at the door). In exchange for making an advance reservation, each guest will receive a $5 dining voucher to use at the quarry kitchen on the evening of their visit.
The haunted trail is not recommended for children younger than twelve years old.
The walk through the haunted trail generally lasts about thirty minutes from start to finish. This year masks are required on the haunted trail and wherever six feet of social distancing cannot be maintained.
Online Reservation Details:
Guests who reserve in advance pay a $5 per person, non-refundable deposit at the time of reservation, then, upon arrival on the evening of their visit, receive a $5 dining voucher to use at the Quarry Kitchen that evening. The remaining portion of admission is due when reserved guests arrive at the farm. Note that cash or paper check are the only forms of payment accepted at the door. Please also note that the $5 deposit is non-refundable and the remaining portion of admission is due at the door.
Please also note that walk-in customers will be limited to any remaining availability and will not receive a $5 dining voucher. Walk-in customers are not guaranteed admission. The cost for walk-ins is $35 per person, cash or check only, on Thursdays and Sundays and $40 per person, cash or check only, on Fridays and Saturdays.
ALL entrants to the haunted trail are required to have a signed waiver prior to entry. Children must have a parent or guardian complete their waiver. Click here to access the waiver. You will receive a confirmation upon completion. Bring this with you to enter.
Coronavirus Safety Measures
We are asking that each group "social distance" from other family units / family groups. Also, please do not visit the haunted trail if anyone in your family is feeling sick or has recently had contact with someone who was sick or symptomatic of the coronavirus. Those with underlying health conditions are also discouraged from attending at this time. Take comfort in the fact that we have two registered nurses at the farm, one of whom is usually at the farm on any given day, should first aid be needed.
The haunted trail is a place to enjoy outdoor recreation. It is possible to do this in accordance with safety guidelines but it requires everyone's participation. We at Carrigan Farms value your safety above everything else. It is at the forefront of every practice we implement. We don't take the designation of being an essential business lightly and we will be striving to keep everyone safe during their visit. Unfortunately, due to the high transmissibility of the coronavirus, we can not guarantee that it is not present at any given time.
Masks and Face Coverings:
Pursuant to Governor Roy Cooper’s Executive Order number 163, dated September 1st, 2020, requiring face coverings where social distancing of six feet or more is not possible, Carrigan Farms LLC requests your cooperation in complying with this new mandate beginning with events at the farm scheduled for September 4th, 2020 and beyond, as long as this Executive Order is in effect.
What this means for you and how it impacts your visit:
When you are at the farm and around the haunted trail, we ask that you wear a mask whenever you are unable to social distance.
In Executive Order number 163, Our Governor has stated that:
“WHEREAS, Face Coverings over the mouth and nose can decrease the spread of respiratory droplets from people, and evidence in numerous recent studies has shown that the use of Face Coverings decreases the spread of COVID-19; and”
Our Governor has also stated that:
“Under this Executive Order, all North Carolinians will be on the honor system about whether or not there is a reason why they cannot wear a Face Covering. Everyone in this state is asked to tell the truth and-if they are healthy and able to wear a mask-to wear a Face Covering so that they do not put other people at risk of serious illness and death.”
“4. Exceptions. This Executive Order does not require Face Coverings for-and a Face Covering does not need to be worn by-a worker, customer, or patron who:
a. Should not wear a Face Covering due to any medical or behavioral condition or disability (including, but not limited to, any person who has trouble breathing, or is unconscious or incapacitated, or is otherwise unable to put on or remove the Face Covering without assistance);
b. Is under five (5) years of age;
c. Is actively eating or drinking;
d. Is strenuously exercising;
e. Is seeking to communicate with someone who is hearing-impaired in a way that requires the mouth to be visible;
f. Is giving a speech for a broadcast or to an audience;
g. Is working at home or is in a personal vehicle;
h. Is temporarily removing his or her Face Covering to secure government or medical services or for identification purposes;
i. Would be at risk from wearing a Face Covering at work, as determined by local, state, or federal regulations or workplace safety guidelines;
j. Has found that his or her Face Covering is impeding visibility to operate equipment or a vehicle; or
k. Is a child whose parent, guardian, or responsible person has been unable to place the Face Covering safely on the child's face. Anyone who declines to wear a Face Covering for these reasons should not be required to produce documentation or any other proof of a condition. Children under two (2) years of age should not wear a Face Covering.”
Carrigan Farms LLC is asking all guests who are within six feet of another individual not in their group, and who are able to wear a face covering, to please do so. Our large outdoor farm and reduced capacity do allow for appropriate social distancing; however, the Executive Order, Dated September 1st, 2020, asks all to do their part to lower the spread of coronavirus.
As we all try to approach this pandemic with common sense and evidence-based guidelines, we ask your support in helping to keep everyone safe while continuing to enjoy activities at the farm. Please assist us in working to keep the citizens of North Carolina safe and well.
What to Bring / What to Expect:
Both the admission and the kitchen at the quarry accept cash or check only. Credit and debit cards are not accepted. Also, be sure to wear appropriate clothing and footwear for an outdoor haunted trail. Please do not wear high heeled shoes or open toed shoes. Please keep your cell phone and keys in a zipped jacket pocket where they cannot fall out.
The ground on the haunted trail is natural and uneven. The trail is over a mile long, so please dress accordingly.
Directions / Entrance:
Enter at the Carrigan Farms West Entrance. The address for GPS purposes is 1213 Oak Ridge Farm Highway, Mooresville NC 28115. You can also find the address by searching “Scarrigan Farms” on Google or Apple maps.
Weather / Rain:
This is an outdoor facility. Please check weather conditions and dress accordingly. Fall weather forecasts often include a chance of rain. The haunted trail will continue in a light drizzle but not a downpour.