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Acres of Terror Celebrating 10 Frightening Years

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Marking its 10th year giving people the scare of their life, Acres of Terror is getting set for its last two weekends.

The 10 acre set up in Leonard, North Dakota, features a corn field, haunted woods, old houses and trailers, complete with an eerie bus ride to a haunted school that you'll be lucky to survive.

35 characters are dedicated to scaring visitors on their 45 minute to hour long trek. Acres of Terror is open dusk to 1:00 a.m. on Fridays, Saturdays and Halloween night through November 2nd. 

Acres of Terror, is located in Leonard, North Dakota, 16 miles south of the Casselton I-94 exit on ND Highway 18.

Adults are $20 each, youth passes are $12 each (Ages 10 and under) and groups of 30 people or more are $15 each.

 

 

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