Covid-19 precautions: For the safety of all our guest and team members, we have increased all health and safety measures at the Haunted Forest at Grand Farms. You must follow all posted instructions. Please follow instructions given by our team members while visiting.
The CDC and local health departments advise that attendees should exercise social distancing. This means separation of at least 6 feet.
Therefore, we also require that all attendees wear a face mask while on the property. Within the haunt, we ask that our guests practice social distancing. Please stay 6 feet apart from one another except while in your prearranged group.
There is an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 while in any public place. By purchasing a ticket and visiting The Haunted Forest at Grand Farms, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19.
For the safety of our guests and team members, if you experience cold or flu-like symptoms then please do not attend. And/or if you have been either exposed to COVID-19 or have a pending COVID-19 test, we ask that you please do not attend the haunt.
As a precaution, we will require all attendees to remain in their vehicles and submit to a temperature check before exiting their vehicles.
At The Haunted Forest at Grand Farms, the safety and well-being of our guests and team members is our top priority. We put in place plans to exponentially increase our sanitizing protocol. Also, we continue to follow the guidance of state and local health agencies. All guest and team member high-touch points including surfaces, railings, handles, gates, etc. will be sanitized. This occurs throughout the day as per regular policy.
We are also adding additional hand sanitizer stations throughout the facility and signs will be installed to remind team members and guests of health and hygiene best practices. In addition to the steps outlined above, we ask team members who exhibit cold or flu-like symptoms to stay home. In please case, we urge everyone to contact their healthcare provider.
The park will follow guidance from local and state officials, as well as the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO).