Shelton’s Fairview Tree Farm offers pumpkins to haunted hayrides


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


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