Though a number of fall events have been canceled there are still plenty of spooky Halloween-themed events to attend including this one.

If you are ready for a good scare all while having a fun time and supporting a good cause then you'll want to attend Clarksburg School's annual haunted hayride. The hayride will be taking place at Clarksburg State Park, 1199 Middle Road on Saturday, Oct. 23 from 6:30 - 9 pm with a rain date of Oct. 30. Admission is $8 for adults and $5 for children.

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Get ready for laughs, chills, and thrills as you'll ride on hay-covered trailers down a pumpkin-lined road into the haunted camping area, where you'll then be treated to spooky scenes and decorations. In addition, there will be a concession stand for delicious treats and drinks.

The entire event is organized and staffed by volunteers from the Clarksburg
School, the local community, and local businesses. All proceeds from the event will benefit the Clarksburg School 8th Graders. This is a cash-only event.

So if you and the little ghouls are up for a night of scares and screams, Clarksburg's School's annual haunted hayride may just do the trick. Ride at your own risk.

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