North Carolina October 10, 2015
The 10 Best Haunted Houses And Trails In North Carolina
Come October, everyone is looking for a thrill. Maybe that thrill is visiting a
haunted road or an actual haunted house. Others prefer to guarantee their spooks by going to one of the many manufactured haunted trails or houses in our state. While these haunts are made up of actors and are on the exterior…not real….they can be just as fear inducing as a night’s stay in an abandoned mental asylum. Ready to get your spook on? Visit one of these ten haunted houses in North Carolina.
1. Kersey Valley Spookywoods, Archdale
Kersey Valley has made it to the top of numerous 'best haunts' lists. From being the scariest in North Carolina, to being featured in the top 13 haunted houses by USA today. There's no excuse (besides fear) to not experience the fright in your own state this October. From the creepy circus land, bloody asylum, and terrifying maze...you'll want to get your tickets ASAP to this one...if you dare.
2. Haunted Forest at Panic Point, Youngsville
Scream your way through 50 acres of terror at Haunted Forest. Attractions include haunted hayride, corn maze, dark trail, and carny crypt! For those in the Raleigh/Durham area..this is your best bet for a super thrill!
3. Nightmare Factory, Havelock
Get extra spooked inside Albert Knight's Factory which was buried underground for many years after a devestating fire in 1923. Now, see what unearthly dwellers call this place home... and give you a spook as you explore the factory.
4. The Haunted Mill, Belmont
The Haunted Mill, with over 115 years of supernatural activity, is both a literal and manufactured haunt. The intense and 'in your face' scares can have some begging for the end at just the beginning. Go to this one if you dare!
5. Boogerwoods Haunted Attraction, Rockwell
Boogerwoods was rated the most entertaining haunted attraction in North Carolina. 2015 rings in the 30th year for Boogerwoods, so you can be sure it will be extra scary. While terrifying, a silver lining of this scariness is that all money raised is donated to cystic fibrosis.
6. Woods of Terror, Greensboro
Woods of Terror has been selected as one of the 'best haunts' and if you're in the Piedmont...this is a guaranteed bet for a good spook. Go through the 'horror movie classics' attraction to see who you recognize from your favorite thrillers. Or terrifyingly enough...the 'arachnophobia' section that will bring out all the inner fears of 'creepy crawlies from spiders to bugs. This haunted attraction is more than ghosts, clowns, and ghouls!
7. Camp Fear, Hiddenite
What is a seemingly innocent, family-friendly campground by day turns dark and creepy by night. Camp Fear tells you to 'face your fears' as you roam through all the terror that awaits you.
8. Stoney Point Trail of Terror, Fayetteville
While Stoney Point may have all the 'spooks,' it's actually an annual fundraiser put on by the local fire department. But don't think a good deed takes away from the terror capability. This spooky haunted house takes you through the 'mansion' and then into the forest where you'll be faced with an assortment of various terrors from clowns, monsters, and creepy creatures.
9. Pinhead's Graveyard, Asheville
See for yourself why Western North Carolina's longest running graveyard is seriously spooky. This self-guided walk through the woods features some of your horror movie favorites, like Pinhead, Michael Myers, Freddy Krueger, Jason Voorhees, and Leatherface.
10. Midway Wicked Woods, Statesville
Midway has been operating for 20 years..so it's safe to say they've got their scares down to a science. They claim 'their clowns are dying to meet you.' EEEK.
Which one will you be visiting first? Did we leave your favorite spot of our list? Tell us in the comments!