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Join us on the sprawling Brimstone Farm where your host, Jesse, is prepared to unveil his grandfather's archaeological collection. The featured artifacts of The Brimstone Collection are on display in Brimstone Castle where you will start your tour. There are more crates, artifacts, and other items scattered across the entirety of the farm which you will see and experience throughout the tour. Come prepared for anything as many of these artifacts carry with them long lost memories, stories, and even curses!

This is no ordinary woods walk. The Forgotten Forest is a place shrouded in mystery. Many people have gone searching for answers to the unnatural events that occur in and around the forest but none have ever returned. Only the bravest should dare enter these trees and IF you make it back out, you will not be the same as when you went in.


  • Haunted Hayride$15.00 at the door / $14 online
  • Forgotten Forest$12.00 at the door / $11 online
  • Psychosis$8 at the door / $7 online
  • Combo$27.00 at the door / $26 online
  • Fast PassCombo Ticket + $20.00
Group Pricing

* Ticket office opens at 7pm and closes at 12am.

* Open Friday and Saturday nights September 27 through October 26, 2019.

* Fast passes are only good for use with a combo ticket. Fast pass pricing is in addition to the cost of the combo ticket.

* Prices are subject to change at any time.

* No refunds!


472 Brimstone Rd, Wilmington, OH 45177

  • Coming from I-75: Take Exit 38 (Springboro/Franklin) and head East on State Route 73 for 15 miles then turn left on Brimstone Road.
  • Coming from I-71: Take Exit 45 (Waynesville) and head West on State Route 73 for 2 miles then turn right on Brimstone Road.


  • Q: What time do you open?
  • A: The ticket office opens at 7:00pm.

  • Q: What time are the first groups sent out?
  • A: Our attractions will start running as soon as it is dark out.

  • Q: How scary is The Hayride?
  • A: The Hayride can be enjoyed by the whole family. It is a low-medium intensity haunt but still has it's fair share of scares and surprises.

  • Q: How scary is The Forgotten Forest?
  • A: The Forgotten Forest is not for the faint of heart. It is a high intensity haunt with many scares.

  • Q: How long is the Hayride?
  • A: The Hayride is a one mile trail that takes about 20 minutes to ride through.

  • Q: How long is the Forgotten Forest?
  • A: The Forgotten Forest is a quarter mile walking path that usually takes about 20 minutes to walk through.
  • Q: What time do you close?
  • A: The ticket office will close at 12am. The attractions will run until the lines are empty.

  • Q: Do you close for weather?
  • A: Yes if the weather is bad there is a chance we will have to close since our attractions are outdoors. You can check our social media for announcements related to closings.

  • Q: Is my ticket only good the night I purchase it?
  • A: No. Tickets are good for any night during the year in which they were purchased.

  • Q: If I arrive right before the ticket office closes, will I still be able to do all attractions?
  • A: Yes, BUT you must do the hayride first. The hayride will shut down before the Forgotten Forest so please get in line for the hayride right after purchasing tickets. The forest will still be open when you get off the hayride. If you do get in line for the forest first and the hayride is preparing to shut down while you are in line, a final call for the last wagon will be announced to the line and we ask that you step over to the hayride instead. When you get back we will put you back in your place in the forest line.

About Us

Brimstone Haunted Hayride was founded on the heels of Springboro Haunted Hayride's closing. The producers of the Ohio Renaissance Festival and Celtic Fest Ohio along with the core management team from the old Springboro Haunted Hayride came together to keep a longstanding, fall tradition alive. Brimstone Haunted Hayride is located within Renaissance Park in Warren County, Ohio. The park's collection of unmarked graves provide some of their own hauntings to go along with the hayride's scares. The haunt pulls in many familiar themes while also kicking things up a notch with some brand new haunt experiences.

The original Springboro Haunted Hayride opened in 1989 and was run on the Poff family farm. In 2002, the farm and Hayride were sold to the Danishek's who continued to operate the Hayride on what became Bull Run Farm. In 2004 the Black Bog was added as a second haunted attraction and over the next 12 years both the Bog and the Hayride grew and became more elaborate offering new and unique scares year after year. In 2015, the Springboro Haunted Hayride added fully automated audio systems to each wagon. These systems would automatically transition through soundtracks and audio effects as the wagon traveled through scenes. It was one of the first systems of its kind and provided a uniquely immersive haunt experience. In 2016 Springboro Haunted Hayride was slated to be closed for good. In the early days of 2017, a deal was struck to revive the southwest Ohio hayride tradition just 15 minutes down the road as Brimstone Haunted Hayride.