4 Haunted Trails Just In Time For Halloween


Najnin Rimi '17

Six Flags Frightfest will have you on the edge of your seat.

Najnin Rimi '17, After School Staff Writer

Halloween is coming up and when it comes to haunted trails, Virginia has plenty of options.

Here are some of the spookiest haunted events:

Algonkian Regional Park, Haunted Woods

It’s a spooky forest with mysterious creatures lurking in every corner; it is impossible for anyone to be safe from these monsters.

Admission costs $25 for haunted trail and fun house, or $18 for haunted trail only. Open October 30th, 31st, and 1st of November.


Six Flags America, Fright Fest

The thrill of horrific rides and disturbing monsters creates a petrifying combination called Fright Fest. You can enjoy awesome new rides and areas with creepy monsters in every direction.

Includes SCAREZONE (free): Necroville, Carn-Evil, ZombieVille, and Ghost Town. There is also Premium haunted attractions (additional fee), Monstertainment (free), and Thrills By Day. The Awakening begins at sun down. The Blood Drive is on November 1st and 2nd. Fright Fest is only on weekends until November 2.

The Death trail, Dumfries

The Death Trail is said to be so scary that police have to hang around the area. Many participants were not able to finish the trail and needed assistance towards an exit. Open on the weekend of Halloween. Children are not recommended. The trail is only $10 per person. Gates are open by 7:30 PM but the tour starts at sunset.

Haunted Hollow

The Haunted Hollow is an abandoned farm in Virginia and mysterious diary of a missing girl. It is chilling adventure.

Children under 13 are not recommended to be going alone. $15 per person and open October 30th, 31st, and November 1st. Tickets are sold at 7 PM and participants must be on ground at 10 PM.



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