Unearth the best haunted houses, hayrides and so much more Halloween horror. Climb aboard a wagon and ride into terrifying darkness, hear ghost stories and legends of apparitions and experience lingering spirits at historic landmarks throughout the Laurel Highlands.These ominous, hair-raising attractions will have you on edge and clinging to your companions.
Fridays and Saturdays in October 6:30 to 10 p.m.
Haunted Hollow offers many creative ways to be spooked; choose wisely. Make your way through the Bruner Boarding House, a house that coal miners stayed in after the Revolutionary War, without being captured by the evil caretaker and becoming a permanent boarder. Take an unsettling haunted hayride to the Toxic Wasteland, where you will walk through mine drainage where abominations linger. New to Haunted Hollow this year is the Milford Asylum, a facility that was created after local residents all developed severe psychotic symptoms. But what happens when the doctors become just as ill as the patients? Willingly lock yourself in Willie's shack and use clues and hints to escape before 15 minutes is up. The clock is ticking...watch your back at all times.
The gruesome madness at the Slotter farm, a once-thriving agricultural haven, will stay with you forever. Will B. Slotter and his family crossbred animals at the farm, and these creatures turned into aggressive flesh-eating monsters. Legend has it that Will still visits the farm. The farmhouse and barn are open for tours for only the bravest souls. Take a hayride and make your way through the maze trail or if you're too scared, venture into the 5-acre corn maze that isn't infested with anything scary.
This Halloween at Nemacolin you can take on zombies with a paintball gun, take a carriage ride with the headless horseman, go on Louie's Haunted Train Ride, hear the howl of the wolves at the wolf habitat or go on a Nightmare Jeep® ride through the haunted woods, if you dare.