Red Top Mountain State Park
Special Story - 2016 Haunted Halloween Hayrides
We are completely sold out for the 2016 Season!! Hope to see you next year!
Our family-friendly event takes place on October 14, 15, 21, 22, 28, & 29. There are be four rides per night: 7:00, 7:40, 8:20 and 9:00.
Early bird tickets are $10 per person through extended through October 9. Regular pricing of $12 per rider begins October 3. Children 2 and under are considered lap riders and are free. Large groups are welcome...
Yuletide celebrations of the 1800s come to life as demonstrators take you back in time to Christmas at the Vaughan cabin. Play with the pioneer toys that would have been given as presents. Santa will be available for photos and Christmas visits. Help decorate the Christmas Tree. See Christmas dinner cooked in the fireplace.
Volunteer with this Chapter
It takes over 50 volunteers per night to make this event incredibly successful and we need your help!
October 14, 15, 21, 22, 27 & 28 from 6:00 to 10:30 - Sign up for any or all shifts!
Our volunteers have a great time helping families make the most of their spooky Halloween experience. We provide you with a light dinner each night, a free t-shirt for volunteering and the opportunity to win some great thank-you prizes! Join us! You'll be glad you did. Here are a few of the duties we have available:
- Traffic Control - Help people get their cars where they need to be and then find their cars afterward.
- Haunting - Haunting is a very special responsibility and will require a costume and adherance to our Haunter Guide.
- Check in/Concessions - You'll help get guests checked in, help with ticket-taking and helping guests on and off their rides.
- General Duties - There are simply so many things that need to be done, they can't all be listed here. Choose general duties if you're willing to work anywhere.
Sign up for whatever interests you and we will follow up via email with more information.
**Free parking and a t-shirt for all volunteers!**
Join us for a great day of giving back on Your State Parks Day at Red Top!
We'll be working on our outdoor classroom! All ages are welcome and we hope to see you there! Refreshments and tools will be supplied but you may want to bring a pair of gloves and a water bottle.
Demonstrators and helpers are needed for this event. Demonstrators need to be in period costume demonstrating an appropriate skill from the 1860s. Helpers will assist guests with candle dipping, pioneer toys and other crafts.