Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions
- When is Roca Scary Farm open?
- What time do guests have to leave?
- Can the haunters touch me?
- Is there an age requirement for the night activities?
- Is The Psycho Path scary?
- How long is The Psycho Path and Hayride?
- What do I get for my ticket?
- How long are the lines?
- Do you ever get sold out?
- What should I wear?
- Do you have concessions available?
- Can I leave my children there and come back later to pick them up?
- What happens if I lose my cell phone?
- What if it is raining?
- How do I get a job at Roca Scary Farm?
- How do I get to Roca Scary Farm?
We will be open September 30, October 1, 7, 8, 14, 15, 16, 17, 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, and 30. Ticket Sales on Fridays & Saturdays are from 5:00 pm to 9:30 and Sundays from 5:00 pm to 8:30 pm. On Halloween, ticket sales will be open from 5:00pm to 8:00pm. The farm will stay open until each person gets through the activities. For more information about the hours and times, please visit the Hours page.
We stop selling tickets into the farm at 9:30 pm on Friday and Saturday, and 8:30pm on Sunday. On Halloween, ticket sales stop at 8:00pm. We ask people to leave once everyone has gone through the lines. The actual time is hard to say and depends on how busy we are. It could be as late as 11:00 pm or Midnight.
It doesn't matter if you are pretty, ugly, or dead, they will NOT touch you so this means you are NOT allowed to touch them. If everyone keeps their hands to themselves, they will get to go home with all their limbs intact.
Yes. The Psycho Path is not recommended for children under the age of 10, and the Hayride is fine for most kids. You should use your own discretion.
Now, let's think about this question. Would we put together a weak walk through the woods only to throw in Barney the Dinosaur or Snow White? We think not. So be ready to scream!
About 20 minutes.
You get the scare of your life. And The Psycho Path and four haunted houses to scare the wits out of you as well.
They could be up to an hour long. The earlier you arrive the better.
Yes, if we reach our maximum capacity at 8:30 pm, we reserve the right to close the front gate.
Clothes are a good choice. Remember, you are coming out to a farm that is not paved. So please leave those fine Italian shoes at home and wear boots or athletic shoes. Make sure they are closed-toe shoes. It can get cold on October nights so wear sweatshirts, jackets, hats and gloves.
Yes. We have hot dogs, french fries, hot and cold beverages, funnel cakes, donuts, kettle corn, nachos, and chili to name a few. Visit our Food page for more information.
No. Anyone under the age of 16 needs to have a paid adult with them.
We will not stop the show to look for a lost item. We make our rounds early the next morning and place all lost items at the Harvest Barn. You can call us the next morning and ask if we have found it.
Bring an umbrella if it's drizzling. If it's a downpour, we would have to cancel due to the safety of our scarers and guests.
Begin by visiting our Jobs page and let us know you're interested. To follow up, you will also need to send us your resume and three references.
Visit the Directions Page for details. From Lincoln, you can take 56th, 70th, or 84th Streets south until they dead end on Saltillo Road. Turn right and drive a short way over to 54th Street. Turn left and head south for about 2 ½ miles to Roca Road. Turn right and drive until you see the Roca Elevator, turn left in front of the elevator and take your first right over the railroad tracks. We are ¾ mile south on 38th St.