It was a spooky day Saturday in Wentworth, WI as the town celebrated its annual Fall Fest.
The start to the festival featured activities such as pumpkins, hayrides, and a haunted maze.
The haunted house also called “the haunt” is built and operated by Boy Scouts Troop 212 and hosted at Wentworth gardens.
Admission for the haunted maze is discounted if festival goers donate a non-perishable food item for the Rural Care and Share Food Shelf.
Organizers said it’s about getting into the Halloween spirit.
“Well we’ve got hay rides, we’ve got a little train ride, we’ve got a petting zoo, we’ve got ax throwing, we’ve got the fire department here so the kids can get up on a firetruck and check stuff out. Face painting, and they’re also doing a non-scare walkthrough of the haunted house,” said Gary Kane, Wentworth Gardens owner.
Fall Fest runs from now through Oct. 27.