Haunted houses and Halloween have become so popular in New Jersey and there are several great ones. Six Flags Great Adventure Fright Fest is a great way to get a scare, too.

We are getting ready for the Halloween season and there are two great "haunted" things in Ocean County. Fright Fest at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson and Scary Rotten Farms in Brick. There is one more that just scared me, it's creepy. You might like this if you like to get scared. I just went for the first time.

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What's this scary attraction in Jackson, NJ?

Nightmare at Gravity Hill - Cicconi Farms, 1005 Farmingdale Road, Jackson, NJ - Clowns, zombies, and so many more scary ghouls on this walkthrough. Yikes!

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My favorite thing about Halloween is the haunted hayrides. They're hard to find in New Jersey and especially in Ocean County since there is not one. A haunted hayride is the "best" way to get scared for me.

I was in search of another haunted hayride in New Jersey since my favorite closed and I believe I found it. It was a little bit more of a drive than to Jackson, but it was totally worth it.

This haunted hayride called "Haunted Hayride Terror" is located a C. Casola Farms. It's located in Marlboro at 131 S. Main Street, Marlboro, NJ. (We need a Haunted Hayride in Ocean County.) The reason I love haunted hayrides so much -  is the anticipation of when and where someone or something will jump out at us on the ride. For some reason, I feel so much safer and a little bit less scared when I'm on a hayride instead of walking through a haunted house or haunted woods.

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