Are you looking for a Halloween attraction that is different than the usual haunted houses or haunted hayrides? Then why not go on a hike through some of the haunted trails in Maryland?
During these trails, you will walk through scary woods or forests, which are filled with monsters and other scary creatures! Walking through a haunted trail is definitely a thrilling experience you will not forget!
There are a few things you should know before taking part in any haunted trails. For starters, you should dress for comfort and the weather, including wearing comfortable walking or hiking shoes. If you have children or are in bad health, then you may want to consider an alternative Halloween attraction. This is entirely up to you and your judgment. You should also be sure to check out the websites of the haunted trails to get ever piece of information you will need in advance.
If you are still looking to go on a walk that is sure to thrill you, then here are five haunted trails in Maryland to check out.
The Creepy Woods is located on Hubers Farm at 11898 Philadelphia Rd. Kingsville, MD 21087. This walk through trail is a haunted forest that has special effects, monsters, and live actors! You never know what kind of creatures and souls you will encounter when you walk through the Creepy Woods!
Jason’s Woods is located near Maryland at 99 Stehman Road, Lancaster, PA 17603. There are many attractions at Jason’s Woods, such as a Horrifying Hayride, Barn of Terror, and Psycho Circus. But if you are looking to go on a trail that will scare and thrill you, then you may want to try the Lost In Jason’s Woods attraction. When you go into Jason’s Wood’s with this attraction, it won’t be on a hayride, but on your own two feet! You will have to try to escape before the werewolves find you! When you enter the forbidden cave, it may just seem like the walls are closing in!
Markoff’s Haunted Forest.
Markoff’s Haunted Forest is located at 19120 Martinsburg Rd. Dickerson, MD 20842. At this haunted forest, there are two trails to hike through that are about twenty minutes long. There are various surprises, pirates, and more! As you wait for your turn to walk through Markoff’s Haunted Forest, there are other activities you can take part in to pass the time. These activities include haunted hayrides, ghost hunts, death jumps, and more.
Spooky Hollow and Haunted Trail.
The Spooky Hollow and Haunted Trail is located at 15101 Seneca Road Darnestown, MD 20874. When the sun sets, you can walk through the trails of a dark, dense forest. You never know what terrifying creatures or monsters will be lurking ahead (or behind)! The trail is about twenty-five minutes to a half hour long.
Wicked Woods is located at 120 Dorsey Road, Glen Burnie, MD 21061. When you walk through the main trail, you will encounter scary monsters and scenes (but not as much gore, for those who are not really into that), fog, strobe lights, and more! It should take about a half hour to walk through the main trail at the Wicked Woods.
There you go, five haunted trails in Maryland you can check out and consider taking a hike on during the Halloween season. You can gather up the information on each (such as locations, prices, and attractions), decide which trail (or trails) you would like to go on, and plan your night (or even nights) of terror!
Sources and more information:
Markoff’s Haunted Forest
Spooky Hollow and Haunted Trail