Find Halloween haunted houses here in the state you live, a city near you, or on a farm nearby. Our guide provides wonderful information to help you choose one or more haunted houses to explore this Halloween 2020.
Markoff’s Haunted Forest - Dickerson, MD
Markoff’s Biohazard opens in early October. It runs Friday and Saturday nights plus some Sunday and Thursday nights near Halloween. Tickets are available online and in person. Doors open at 7 pm. They also have a zip line and carnival rides available. They feature two trails of terror through their woods plus a number of games, concessions, and rides.
Ravenseye Manor - Fairplay, MD
Enjoy the Cursed Hayride, Manor, Carnival of Souls, and Dark Corn Maze this fall. When you want the best in old-school fear, Ravenseye Manor is your Halloween haunted attraction of choice. Combining scenes reminiscent of George A. Romero’s, “Night Of The Living Dead”, with elements from your darkest nightmares, Ravenseye Manor has created one of the eeriest events in the area. Opens on Friday and Saturday nights beginning in late September and running through Halloween. Buy individual tickets or save with the $30 combo ticket.
Screamland Farms - Frederick, MD
Screamland Farms is the haunt attraction for Cumberland Farms. The haunt opens up in late September. Cumberland Farms runs three attractions every Friday and Saturday night beginning. Doors open at 7 pm. Tickets are $15 for one attraction, $28 for two. Corrupted Corn features inbred misfits, psychic clowns, snake handlers, and lots of bugs and rats. Hayride of Horrors is about zombie carnage. The Barn of Bedlam was an insane asylum that held Hannibal the Cannibal and Chainsaw Charlie. Since their escape it is just a bloodbath. Cumberland also runs many daytime activities in the fall including their corn maze, giant slides, playground, cart track, and Zombie Paintball.