Shelton’s Fairview Tree Farm offers pumpkins to haunted hayrides

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From left, Shelton residents Stephen Evans, owner Brad Wells and Jake Kaesmann of Fairview Tree Farm hold pumpkins for sale at the Walnut Tree Hill Road establishment.

Shelton-FairviewTreeFarm2The farm’s Halloween haunted hayrides, with 50 creatures waiting in the dark along a 1.5-mile route, continue this Friday and Saturday from 7-10 p.m. The farm now is decorated for Halloween.

The 60-acre farm in Shelton has been family owned and operated since 1842. It began as a dairy farm and now specializes in Christmas trees and agri-tourism activities.

Learn more about Fairview Tree Farm, 484 Walnut Tree Farm, at FairviewTreeFarm.com.