For half a century, the Newburgh Civitan has been terrorizing the tristate area, and 2023 promises no respite! The Zombie Farm, a beloved Halloween tradition in Southern Indiana, is back to send shivers down your spine, but if you have kids who don't like the scare-factor, be sure to visit for Children's Day at the Zombie Farm!

No Scare Event

Look, we get it not everyone enjoys being scared but they still want to celebrate Halloween. The Newburgh Civitan Zombie Farm will host its annual Children's Day at the Zombie Farm. It promises loads of fun and none of the scares.

Mark Your Calendar

Mark your calendar for Saturday, October 21st. The Newburgh Civitan Zombie Farm's Children's Day is an inclusive event with fun for every age and every ability.

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Tons of Fun

Children's Day at the Zombie Farm will include no-scare tours of the farm, as well as games, activities, and inflatables. It is truly a wonderful day of fun!

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There is a small admission fee of $5.00 per person to attend Children's Day at the Zombie Farm but it will be money well spent. The Newburgh Civitan Zombie Farm gives back to a number of charities including Special Olympics, Eastseals, and Warrick Humane Society.

When and Where

Children's Day will take place at the Newburgh Civitan Zombie Farm on Saturday, October 21, 2023, from 1 to 4 p.m. The Zombie Farm is located at 5466 Vann Road in Newburgh, Indiana.

Want a Scare

Again, Children's Day on October 21st is a no-scare event for all ages and abilities. However, if you would prefer to experience the full-scare haunt that the Zombie Farm is well known for, you can enter below for the chance to win a pair of tickets! Here are their days and hours of operation for the 2023 season:

  • Thursday & Sunday: 7 pm to 9 pm
  • Friday & Saturday: 7 pm to midnight
  • No-Scare Tours (Thursday - Sunday): 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm

Newburgh Civitan Zombie Farm Through the Lens of Neeley Photography

As it celebrates its 50th year, the Newburgh Civitan Zombie Farm continues its tradition of gleefully scaring visitors who dare to walk the haunted trail. Neeley Photography recently paid a visit to the Zombie Farm and you can see some of her creepily fantastic photos below.

Gallery Credit: Kat Mykals


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