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5 Haunted Attractions in North and South Carolina


North Carolina and South Carolina may be beachy destinations in the summer, but come fall, they turn into amazing locations for unforgettable frights. If you’re looking to be scared this Halloween season, check out these haunted attractions.

Woods of Terror (North Carolina)

The Woods of Terror in Greensboro consists of many attractions to keep you entertained throughout the night. The haunted thrill park has a scare for everyone with a variety of themes, including The Purge Anarchy, Miner’s Massacre, Horror Movie Classics and Arachnophobia. Woods of Terror also has a unique Blackout Terror, in which you wear a black hood to limit your senses. The park also features the first attraction in North Carolina where you can look at eerie Stuartism artwork with 3D glasses on. The haunts began on September 20th and continue until November 2nd.

Clayton Fear Farm (North Carolina)

If you’re on the hunt for thrills you won’t see coming, Clayton Fear Farm is the place for you. The haunted Halloween scream park goes so far as to advise you to dress in comfortable clothing, as you never know when you might need to run or even crawl. From October 4th to Halloween, you have the chance to take on eight different haunted attractions, which include haunted houses, a haunted maze and a haunted hayride.

Lake Hickory Haunts (North Carolina)

Lake Hickory Haunts has lots to experience on select days from September to November. Located next to a large body of water in Hickory, Lake Hickory Haunts was voted one of the top 10 haunted attractions in the U.S. There are nine haunted attractions featured here with themes, such as Shipwrecked, Slaughterhouse and Big Top Circus. There’s even a Descent attraction, where you travel inside an underground cave system. When you’re not on the main tour, you can enjoy the Midway of Mayhem, which has horror-themed carnival games, axe throwing and more.

Nightmare Dungeon (South Carolina)

Face your fears as you move through the Nightmare Dungeon in Powdersville. Located within unsettling woods, the two-story cabin contains dark tunnels and updated props for 2019. The attraction opened on Friday the 13th in September and is unique in that it will stay open every night through November 3rd, including rainy days. The haunting begins at dark and continues to at least midnight.

Terror Falls Haunted Farm (South Carolina)

The Terror Falls Haunted Farm features four distinct haunted attractions in Gaston. You can experience the Town of Terror Falls in the Field of Distortion, Terror Falls Hospital or Meemaw’s Bed and Breakfast. You can also traverse down the Terror Trail, which takes you through a haunted swamp. Open from October 5th to November 3rd, you can purchase your tickets online for just $15 or at the door for $20.

The Halloween season is perfect for enjoying horror experiences both on screen and at attractions. By exploring any of these haunted attractions in North Carolina or South Carolina, you and your friends are sure to have a thrilling night.

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