SANGER, Calif. (KFSN) --One of the spookiest attractions in the Central Valley is bringing national attention to Sanger. As Halloween creeps closer you can get your fright fix at Hobbs Grove.
"It really keeps us going when we see people reacting and freaking out and getting scared as well as laughing," said Maverick Cadaverick, Spokes Goul.
The 26 acre attraction has been haunting the Valley since 1999.
"It's entertainment. People are getting scared, but at the same time people are laughing and they're having fun," said Billy Bob, Hobbs Grove Halloween Haunt.
In addition to the dynamic scenes more than 120 "scare-achters" add to the Haunted House of Hobb, Hayride into Shadows Keep, and the Frightening Forest.
"We have so many ghouls and goblins you never know where they're gonna come from," said Cadaverick.
When visiting the spooky setup you might want to be aware of your surroundings.
"This is a real forest so it has its own ecosystem. We have real rats, real bats, real spiders, real snakes, real coyotes, owls, wolves, werewolves, giant chickens, it's all out here,' said Bob.
USA Today ranked Hobbs Grove in the top 10 best-haunted attractions in the nation.
"We see an increase in visitors and an increase in other haunts taking notice in what we do too," said Cadaverick.
They won't tell us what's new this year, but having haunted the Central
Valley for close to two decades they know how to keep people coming back for more.
"You can expect the unexpected at Hobbs Grove," said Cadaverick.
The haunting good time may not be the best for the littlest ones, but they offer a daytime pumpkin patch the last two weekends of October.