Staying At North Carolina’s Most Haunted Campground Will Absolutely Terrify You

Ask anyone in North Carolina about the Devil’s Tramping Ground – they’re sure to have a story. It’s a North Carolina legend. The 40 ft. circle completely devoid of life has been this way since I – and most people – can remember. What exactly is this extremely strange place in North Carolina? Does the devil really roam these grounds, and better yet, why will nothing grow or stay in the circle?

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You’ll find this haunting place ten miles south of Siler City, on State Road 1100, Devil’s Tramping Ground Road. There are plenty of places to camp in the area, but this might be the absolute scariest place to pitch a tent in North Carolina.

Have you had any personal experiences at the Devil’s Tramping Ground? What do you think is the story behind this mysterious place?

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