Last Weekend for the Haunted Hayride in McHenry!

October 22, 2015

The Wonder Lake Ski Show Team hosts the annual Haunted Hayride in McHenryHalloween is quickly approaching, and what better way to enjoy the season than with a spooky Halloween hayride? Every year, the Wonder Lake Ski Show Team hosts their annual Haunted Hayride in McHenry, so be sure to check out the ride this Friday and Saturday on Oct. 23 and 24. These are the last dates of this year’s hayride, so don’t miss out on the fun!

From 7 to 10:30 p.m., the hayride will venture through the haunted Deadwood Forest, where Henry Deadwood and his band of misfits make an appearance. Members of the award-winning Wonder Lake Ski Show Team, who are excellent performers both in and out of the water, dress up to spook the hay riders every October.

Each hayride lasts for approximately 20 minutes and free parking is available. Admission to this fundraising event is $8 per person, which includes refreshments, and part of the proceeds from each ticket is donated to local charities. The Haunted Hayride takes place in Peterson Park, and it’s recommended for children ages 10 and up. For more details, “Like” the Haunted Hayride Wonder Lake Water Ski Show Team on Facebook.

If you’re looking for a new home this fall, McHenry is the perfect place to buy. With access to lakes, golf courses and the Fox River, there’s plenty of space for any outdoor enthusiasts as well as a historic downtown area with plenty of specialty shopping and dining. It’s also only about an hour and 30 minutes away from Chicago for convenient weekend trips. For more information about McHenry real estate or new homes for sale in Chicago, visit www.chicagorealestateforum.com.

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Roger Gerstad is the president of Gerstad Builders, a family-owned and operated company committed to construction of homes of the highest quality known to the industry. Roger is a graduate of Bradley University and was educated in the field of construction through the wisdom and leadership of his father. Gerstad has developed the communities of Mill Creek, Waters Edge, Winding Creek, Deerwood, Chesapeake Hills, Abbey Ridge, The Trails of Winding Creek, Pebble Creek, Timber Trails, The Trails of Boone Creek, The Trails of River Oaks, The Towns of Boone Creek, Liberty Trails, and Abbey Ridge Townhomes in McHenry, Illinois as well as Pheasant Ridge in Richmond, Illinois, Bailey Estates in Williams Bay, Wisconsin and Dawson Creek in Poplar Grove, Illinois.

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