NC’s #1 Haunted Forest
The best Haunted Attraction in North Carolina has completed our fall season. Next up, the Yuletide Nightmare in December. Ticket sales begin around Thanksgiving. Check back for more details.
Four Haunted Attractions
32 Unique Scenes.
Featured Attraction with 11 eerie scenes over a half mile, including Dollhouse, Pallet Maze, Motel, Church, Sanatorium, Necropolis, Clown Town...READ MORE 〉
Fan Favorite! Fear The Dark as you stroll through the home of Backwoods Mutants and their Survival Bunker, House, Cavern, Barn, & Zombie Swamp...READ MORE 〉
This Attraction will not operate in 2020.No safety in numbers in this open air nightmare. You'll creep along, howling through 7 scenes like Lost Lagoon, The Web, Scare Shack, & Abduction Alley.READ MORE 〉
Killers in the Corn
A spectral corn field home to the "Masters of Murder". You may recognize their hellish digs as you wind through the narrow path surrounded by stalks and stalkers. Do NOT linger...READ MORE 〉
New and Improved! A late replacement for the shuttered Hayride, the Maze now has Haunters, a couple of elements from the Hayride, and plenty of scares. It will be the final attraction that drops you shivering with dread in the parking lot.READ MORE〉
This Attraction will not operate in 2020. But, still, don't get too close...the Spirits are angry about their quarantine.READ MORE〉
10 Years of Pure Mayhem
10 short years ago we found an unhallowed plot of land, planted our little seeds of panic, and gently nourished them with terror & dread until a full forest of fear emerged. The half-mile “Haunted Forest” Trail is our featured attraction. A 12 scene scream-fest with over 30 haunters to hound your ever step. But that’s just the beginning. Some victims prefer the slightly shorter “Dark Trail” for its lack of light and unexpected twists. The “Haunted Hayride” rambles aimlessly through the woods among murderers, spiders & aliens. “Killers in the Corn” is the newest attraction. An assortment of distorted figures is enough to make you want to hop the fence and flee with no regard for your own safety. It is the newest attraction but has taken its rightful place among our “Big 4”, purchased together as the Quad Fright. You’ll spend a couple hours going through 32 unique scenes and meet more than 70 creatures whose only purpose is to see you cower in fear.
THE Best Haunted Trail in The Triangle
Its a scare-fest that runs the entire 2020 Halloween Season. Every night at the Haunt is frightening, with more ways to cry fear than you knew existed. Thursdays offer amazing deals. Franklin County Night (Oct 15) and Wake County Night (Oct 22) offer great deals for locals the night before their teacher work day. College Night tradition continues on Oct 25th. One of the most requested nights for those 18 & older brings some refinement (and beer from Tobacco Wood Brewing Company) to the haunt on October 18th. Panic Point gives more than misery too, with Food Bank Night (October 25th) and Fan Appreciation Night (November 7th).
Scare Guide: PG-13
Children 8 & under are not permitted to enter the haunted attractions. Children between 9 & 12 must be accompanied by an adult. The Haunted Forest, Dark Trail, Killers, & Carny Crypt are designed to scare, and are not appropriate for most people under the age of 12. There is no haunted trail rating system, but at our scariest we would call the haunt, “PG-13”.