RiverBreeze Farms - 660 Onslow Road, Truro, Nova Scotia
Tel: (902) 895-6541 - Email: riverbreeze@eastlink.ca

You'll pay to get in, but you'll pray to get out

 

Attractions

4 Haunted Houses

2 Haunted Mazes

9 Nights of Terror

The Mortuary

The Phobia Barn

The Farm House

The Maze

 

Plan your Fright Night

To help plan your trip to Riverbreeze, we've added an interactive map! Simply click on the cow icon, and then click [Driving Directions] to find the quickest route from us to you!

Our Address is 699 Onslow Road, Upper Onslow, Nova Scotia!

Generic Directions

Halifax:

Follow the 102 to Truro; take Exit 14A Onslow /Tatamagouche (one Exit past fast food strip); and turn right. We are just 2 kms from here and located on the right.

Cape Breton:

Take Bible Hill Exit 17; turn left and go to the end of Pictou Road. Turn right at the lights and we are located just 3 kms out!

Moncton:

Take the Truro Exit and then take the very first Exit and loop under the highway; then immediately get back on the 102 and take the first Exit (14A Onslow/Tatamagouche) and turn right. We are just 2 kms from here.

Tickets

 

CLOSED FOR THE SEASON, THANKS FOR COMING OUT!!! all our haunted houses, admission and queue lines are inside and our haunted maze trails are covered in gravel! 

We have Three (3) types of Tickets for Sale to gain admission to our Fear Farm:

  • Our Regular Combo tickets grant access to any Three (3) Attractions of your choosing, cost $25(tax included cash only). Only available for purchase at the door with Cash Only

  • Super Combo Tickets grant access to all Six (6) of our Haunted Attractions, and are available                EITHER at the door for $30 Cash Only (tax included)............ OR for only $29 ONLINE PRE-ORDER ONLY (Taxes/fees included) Click on BUY TICKETS HERE below to save $$$ and be guaranteed to get in on nights we sell out in advance!

  • VIP Tickets allow you to skip to the front of the line of all 6 attractions. Very limited VIP tickets available each night $45 Online purchase (includes taxes and service charges)

  • Ticket booth  opens 630pm AND CLOSES 930pm. As long as you are at our ticket booth by 930pm, you are guaranteed to be able to redeem your online tickets or buy a ticket in cash at the door and get in. We do not close the attractions until the last ticket holder gets in. NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES!

  • No outside food/drink, alcohol, backpacks, fanny packs, flashlights, Go Pro's, costumes/face paint etc or touching actors allowed!

  • Ticket booth  opens 630pm AND CLOSES 930pm. As long as you are at our ticket booth by 930pm, you are guaranteed to be able to redeem your online tickets or buy a ticket in cash at the door and get in. We do not close the attractions until the last ticket holder gets in. NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES!

Legend of the Bloodfields

Decades ago, this land was owned by the Bloodfields; a proud family, well enough liked, but mostly keeping to themselves. Of Zeb and Myra's three children, the eldest had a wicked sense of humour and no tolerance for bullies. Unfortunately, the bully he chose to play a Halloween prank on was the School Superintendants son. As punishment, the Bloodfield boy was whipped for his deeds after school, then made to watch his innocent young siblings take the belt as well.

On this Halloween, an early snowstorm hit Truro. Having missed the bus, the Bloodfield children had no choice but to walk home through the ever-worsening weather. Fearing the Superintendent's wrath, no one would help them; not even their preacher, who was on his way out to call on a wealthy parishoner.

Myra Bloodfield

 

As night fell; the storm raged. Zeb & Myra frantically searched, but could not find their children. The next morning, the three Bloodfield children were found, frozen to death, in the middle of their own cornfield. Almost home, they became confused and disoriented by the blinding storm in the stand of cornstalks.

On learning of what led to his childrens' deaths, Zeb Bloodfield swore that "the teachers, preachers, and all God's creatures would pay." Zeb & Myra were rarely seen in town after that, a palpable air of darkness preceeding them when they did venture in. But three years later, they surprised the townfolk by inviting the entire community to a "fall festival" at the Bloodfield Farm, complete with a cornmaze for the kiddies and a free carnival at the end. Plenty for the grown-ups to enjoy too. Those who attended noted that the drinks were strong and the conversation lively; Myra served fresh-baked savory meat pies, and repeatedly declined to give out her "secret recipe". Then, as darkness descended and the festival waned, Zeb & Myra calmly told the guests to go find their children-in the corn.

It was then that the town met with the full horror of the Bloodfields' revenge. Once through the maze, they found the small "carnival" deserted. The children who had entered the "Fun House" hadn't come out. Others had been lured away by "clowns". Back at the farmhouse, the Bloodfields were nowhere to be found, but the remnants of butchery and carnage were discovered in Zeb's barn and Myra's kitchen. Children's eyeglasses. Shoes. Barettes. The oven was still warm when someone looked inside and discovered the "secret ingredient" to Myra's meat-pies.

It took many years for the horrific Bloodfield legend to die down. The place is now known as RiverBreeze Farm, the gentle name never hinting at the nightmare that preceeded it. But as the sun sets, and the chill of an October night descends, there are those who swear the Bloodfields are back--that their quest for vengeance goes beyond mortal bounds. And they will have it on all who get lost in the corn...

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