Top 7 Spooky Halloween Attractions To Check Out In N.C.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Looking for some socially distanced, bone-chilling activities to participate in before Halloween? Check out our top 7 list of spooktacular events!
1.) Zombie Purge Live Event
- Grab an air soft gun and purge zombies at this event held in Waxhaw, NC. Keep in mind if you get bit, you must join the zombies and also be purged!
- Open Friday nights in October from 7 p.m. through 11 p.m. at Gunny’s Warfare Center.
- Click here to book a time and purchase tickets starting at $35.
2.) Tunnel of Terror: Haunted car wash at Aquawave Express Carwash LLC in Belmont.
Come get your car washed, rain or shine, and experience fog, flashing lights, and around ten entertainers dressed up as your favorite Halloween characters for $22.
3.) Scarrigan Farms
- The haunted trail located in Mooresville is over a mile long through natural terrain where actors, props, and sets are positioned to scare you along the way.
- Masks are required when you are within six feet of another person not in your group, and reservations are required to keep guests appropriately socially distanced.
- Tickets in advance on Thursdays and Sunday evenings cost $25 per person, and Friday and Saturday evenings cost $30 per person, with $5 due as a reservation deposit and the remainder due at the door.
- Guests who pay in advance will get a $5 dining voucher to use at the quarry kitchen
- Walk-ins cost $35 per person on Thursdays and Sundays, and $40 per person on Fridays and Saturdays.
4.) Woods of Terror
- Located in Greensboro, Woods of Terror is a haunted theme park with over 15 attractions at one location.
- Due to COVID, tickets must be purchased online in a new Virtual Queue Line for the 2020 season to keep everyone socially distanced. Masks must be work at all times throughout the park, and temperatures all of the guests will be taken at the front entrance.
- Woods of Terror officials say they have placed over 15 hand sanitizing stations across the facility as well as touch-free sinks, and hand dryers in the restrooms.
- Parking is cash ONLY, and tickets range from $25 to $60.
- Click here for more details and to purchase tickets.
5.) The Haunted Farm
- The Haunted Farm is located in rural farmland near Hendersonville, and is a self-guided tour through the attraction, with the exception of the Haunted Hayride.
- The Haunted Farm sits on a stretch of land where locals claim an old Blood Feud between two families devastated the local farming community.
- All guest will be required to wear face masks, purchase tickets in a new Virtual Queue Line to ensure social distancing, and when entering the parking lot, guests will be given a QR code that will put you in line to enter safely.
- Open on Sunday and Thursday from 6:30 p.m. through 10:30 p.m., and Friday and Saturday from 6:30 p.m. through 12 a.m. this haunted attraction offers tickets costing $30 to $50 depending on the day and type.
- Click here to purchase a ticket and to learn more.
6.) Midway Wicked Woods
- Located in Statesville, “Midway Wicked Woods” celebrates its 25th year! Upon entering guests will take a wagon to the entrance of the unguided trail where they will encounter scary buildings, creatures beyond their imagination, a 600ft dark maze, and a spinning ‘Tunnel of Terror.’
- Officials say everyones temperature will be checked at the entrance, and face masks are required.
- Click here for tickets and more information.
7.) Reaper’s Realm
- Reaper’s Realm offers a Haunted Farmhouse, Haunted Trail, the Slop Lot, Slims Slaughter House, a Hilltop Asylum, zombie laser tag, and the Mine Shaft, located in China Grove, all for one ticket price of $25.
- Officials say parking is FREE on site, and everyone must show ID to enter or have a guardian on site.
- Their COVID safety plan includes hand sanitizing stations, face masks required, temperature screenings at the entrance, and social distancing.
- Click here for details.