Every year in October, Americans intentionally attempt to scare themselves at attractions all over the U.S. and New Milford, CT is no exception.

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The Haunted Trail is coming soon to sleepy New Milford and this is everything you need to know about the event series.

When will the Haunted Trail Take Place?

October 15, 16, 22 & 23 of 2021 from 6 pm to 10 pm

Where is the Haunted Trail?

New Milford's Harrybrooke Park at 100 Still River Drive

What Does the Haunted Trail Cost?

$20 for regular entry and group rates are available.

Where do I buy tickets online?

You can purchase tickets by clicking this link.

Is the Haunted Trail appropriate for my child?

The event is listed as being appropriate for ages 12 and over.

What will I experience at the Haunted Trail?

The event listing reads: "Prepare for the scare! If you've been to the first five, you know what can happen but this year it's even crazier! Walk the park after dark and experience all that can go bump in the night, see what might be hiding in the trees and feel the terror!"

Will the Haunted Trail benefit the community?

Yes, all the proceeds from the event will go to support: Harrybrooke Park as well as the New Milford Lions Club, New Milford United Methodist Church, The Children's Center, Boy Scout Troop 458 and the NMHS Grad Party Committee. ALL of which are true New Milford area non-profits.

Is the Haunted Trail in need of employees/volunteers?

Yes, the fine folks at Harrybrooke Park are seeking volunteers for all dates. They are seeking volunteers to be actors, do line control and run the concession stand. If you are interested and available for any of the dates listed above please contact office@harrybrookepark.org 

The event has already been a smash hit for the community with online sales of over $10,000 which is wonderful news for the community.

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