West Virginia Halloween Attractions Are Spooktacular

If you are searching for a good scare this Halloween, West Virginia Halloween attractions are said to be spooktacular. From hay rides, to spook walks, to haunted houses and barns, West Virginia has attractions for everyone, West Virginia Ghosts reveals.

If you are seeking a good scare, Malice is “not for the faint of heart.” All children under 13 must be accompanied by an adult at this old hospital once known as the Weston State Hospital that was once filled with patients who lived through their worst nightmare as they were treated by an irrational, crazy doctor. Their souls are said to still be lurking inside this dark, abandoned asylum.

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Malice is located at 71 Asylum Dr. Weston, WV 26452 and ticket information can be found here.

Another exciting Halloween adventure is located in Huntington, West Virginia, known as Camden Park Spooktacular. This spooktacular event features a large maze walkthrough, a haunted house ride, as well as a haunted train ride!

How would you like to spend some time at a haunted farm? Millers Nightmare Haunted Farm is located in Lewisburg, West Virginia. This is a fun place for all ages. They have zombie-shooting targets and you can even win prizes. Also enjoy some funnel cakes and other yummy drinks and snacks before attending the night time wagon ride through the “demented forest” and the “infected” corn maze.

It is believed that the area used to be a sacred Indian burial ground. Others believe that it used to be used for testing chemicals. If you survive the corn maze, you will end up in the demented forest where your fears become your reality. The haunted farm opens the night of October 14.

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If you are seeking a great thrill this Halloween, take a ride out to West Virginia Penitentiary in Moundsville, West Virginia.

“Unlike most of the people who’ve previously walked through the gates of the West Virginia Penitentiary in Moundsville, you can be fairly certain you’ll be walking out again a few hours later.”

With different events such as the Zombie Walk, Family Night at the Dungeon, Kids Night, and Escape the Pen, your whole family will be certain to have a good time. They have daily tours, 3-hour investigations, and even overnight investigations. For teens and adults over the age of 13, take your fear to the next level while attending the Dungeon of Horrors. Note, this event is not for handicapped, anyone with a medical condition, or children under the age of 13.

One of West Virginia’s largest haunted attractions is Fright Nights located in Daniels, West Virginia. You can head out to the Appalachian Anarchy Haunted Trail, and be prepared for a frightening!

Grab your 3D glasses while you walk through 5,000 square-feet of moving walls, floating floors, and scary terrors. Eventually, you will enjoy a laser tag experience as you fight a mutated scientist before you become mutated yourself!

Your whole family can enjoy some spooky golf. Play some put-put golf while watching out for ghouls and goblins.

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If you are really daring and seeking a Halloween thrill, West Virginia has finally opened its first Escape Room. You and your team will be locked in a room. You have to complete a task to escape before your time runs out. Decipher clues and solve puzzles to unlock the door and escape before the time runs out.

Fright Nights does not allow children under the age of 12 to attend without a supervising adult.

If you are headed to Weirton, West Virginia, stop to check out the Haunted School of Terror. For the brave souls, you will like the Lock up-Lights Out. If you are not so brave, they also have a lights-on tour. You will walk through a haunted indoor maze, and if you are still seeking a thrill, they also have a haunted barn to get your heart pounding.

Now that you know where to go in West Virginia, we hope you have a spooktacular time!

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