Looking for a fun way to celebrate fall? The area around The Highlands North and South has lots of local celebrations for everyone. For a spooky night out, head to the Night of the Living Farm. Open for only one night, find yourself surrounded by spooky tales and creepy crawlers alike. From 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on October 19th, you can experience the Night of the Living Farm in Overland Park.
Activities at the Night of the Living Farm
General Admission is only $10 per person, but if you have a farmstead friend you can get a discounted ticket for $9. Children under the age of 2 get in for free, and there’s a variety of activities for the whole group to enjoy. Jack o’ lanterns will light your path through Halloween dancing competitions and mad science experiment displays. You can also get your fortune read by one of the event’s palm readers.
After you try a few activities, take a ride around the farm in a horse-drawn wagon or a tractor-pulled hayride. Both options are enjoyable for visitors of all ages. Roast marshmallows to satisfy your sweet tooth and tell some scary stories to spook your friends. End the night with a scavenger hunt led by flashlight and see who can find the most items.
Night of the Living Farm will take place at Deanna Rose Children’s Farmstead. When the place isn’t preparing for a Halloween-filled night, you can fill your calendar with their wholesome and fun activities for any season. Learn about the farmstead life and how to bottle feed baby goats, fish with cane poles, and much more. Known for the friendly environment, the Deanna Rose Children’s Farmstead will give you a taste of farm life.
You can also fill your calendar with all of the ongoing events in Overland Park that are open to the public. Contact us for more information about our community or to schedule a tour with one of our leasing agents.Back to all posts