Spooky Hayride Along the Harpeth Promises Chills and Thrills
The Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department is pleased to announce the 17th annual “Haunted Trails of Horror” at the Franklin Recreation Complex, Wednesday, October 21 and Thursday, October 22. This spooktacular haunted hayride has become a Halloween tradition for Williamson County residents. After doing the “Monster Mash” with the boo-tastic D.J. and partaking in Witch’s Brew & Ghoul’s Gourmet snacks at the concession stand, embark on a hayride winding in and out of the haunted forest full of ghosts, goblins (brought to life by the Franklin High School Drama Club) and special effects. This family event is not for the faint of heart, and parents should know their child’s spook factor before participating. Groups are welcome, and our hay wagons are wheelchair accessible. All Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department programs, events and facilities are open to the public. The haunting starts at 6:30 p.m., for those who dare to join us, with an untimely ending each night at 9:00 p.m.
Admission is $4.00 per person with no charge for children three and younger. Refreshments from Moe Better BBQ will be available on site for an additional fee. For more information, call the Franklin Recreation Complex at 790-5719, ext. 10. The Complex is located at 1120 Hillsboro Road in Franklin near the intersection of Mack Hatcher Blvd.
Haunted Trails of Horror 2009 is sponsored by A.B.L.E. Youth, Southern Athletic Fields, The Parent Company, R&D Supply, C&I Design, Williams Medical Supply, Maury Fence Company, Tri-Green Equipment Company, Franklin Co-op, Carbine Development Company, Girtman and Associates, The Print Authority, WAKM AM 950 Radio, Sonic, CiCi’s Pizza, Publix and Signs First.