2016 Top Haunted Houses & Attractions for North Carolina - Haunts.com

 

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With dozen of haunts calling North Carolina home, it wasn't easy to pick such a short list of Haunted Attractions for the Must See North Carolina Haunts that gave locals heart-pounding fun during the 2016 Halloween Season. Tons of terror was delivered all season long to thrill seekers, whether they resided in Charlotte, were looking for frightening fun in Raleigh, or thrills and chills in Wilmington, the seasonal fun was endless!

With so many  scary-good attractions throughout The Tar Heel State, it's hard to visit them all in just one Halloween Season. To make things a bit easier for when locals go searching for a Haunted Attraction to check out this year, Haunts.com has put together a list of Must See Haunted Attractions throughout North Carolina that received outstanding customer reviews and ratings in the 2016 Halloween Season. Take a look at the list below so you don't miss out on the biggest and baddest scares of the 2017 Halloween Season!

Top Pick for the 2016 Halloween Season: Boogerwoods Haunted Attraction - Rockwell, NC



Located in Rockwell, Boogerwoods will celebrate its 40th year of delivering scares in the 2017 Halloween Season. Not only is the haunted attraction, sending chills down the spines of locals, they also support a wonderful cause. Proceeds made from the attraction go to Curing Cystic Fibrosis - what better way to celebrate the Halloween Season than enjoying frightening fun while supporting a great cause?

In 2016, Boogerwoods featured an array of attractions and entertainment for locals to enjoy. From the 3D Vortex, Booger Meat Packing, Mine Shaft, Boogerassic Park, Holding Tank and Booger Moonshiners, to the Booger Cinema, Club Booger, Booger Taxi Service and Uncle Joe's Clown School - the seasonal fun is truly endless. 

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While these haunts may not have snagged the #1 Spot for the 2016 Halloween Season, the race was tight, and all of our Top Haunts for 2016 are worth visiting this season if you can!


Hallowed Grounds Mill - Hildebran, NC
Located in Hildebran, the Hallowed Grounds Mill Haunted Attraction features over 8,000 square feet of pure terror, and a new and unique set up each year. Along with their scary-good Halloween Season fun, Hallowed Grounds also features an annual Power Outage event where visitors take on total darkness right after Halloween is over, and Dr. Gray begins to shut down the power to the mill. Various events also take place throughout the year, including a Toy Drive in December and a special Krampus event.

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Haunted Forest at Sycamore Lodge - Jackson Springs, NC
A Top 10 Rated Attraction Nominee on NorthCarolinaHauntedHouses.com in 2015, the Haunted Forest at Sycamore Lodge features a terrifying guided tour through the Haunted Forest, with eight spook houses and an eerie graveyard. The Haunted Forest is an all volunteer event and 100% of the proceeds are donated to the Lymphoma Society - nothing like scaring for a good cause!

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Hickory Grove Haunted Trail - Gastonia, NC
Delivering thrills and chills for over 20 years, the Hickory Grove Haunted Trail sure knows how to scare Gastonia locals and those who travel even further to check out the frightening fun. Located in the backwoods of the South Fork River, this haunted trail is one of the original and oldest haunted attractions in the Charlotte area. What better way to celebrate the spookiness of the Halloween Season then venturing through a spook walk that has been around for so many years? Only getting scarier as years go by!

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Lake Hickory Haunts - Hickory, NC
Lake Hickory Haunts was Rated the #1 Overall Attraction on NorthCarolinaHauntedHouses.com two years in a row and gives local thrill seekers the fright they've had an appetite for all year long. The horror begins as you wander down the Midway of Mayhem, and wait until your name card is called. Then, once inside the haunt, you'll experience Nightmare Factory, Shipwrecked, Extinction, Junkyard and Boss' Big Top Circus. This innovative haunt offers a number of unique attractions at one great location, complete with special FX, animatronics, pneumatics, pyrotechnics and industry leading monsters.

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Granville Haunt Farm - Oxford, NC
Oxford's Granville Haunt Farm features three haunted attractions, including Zombie Paintball, a Haunted Trail and a Corn Maze. The Zombie Paintball Hayrides gives visitors a chance to take on the undead with paintball guns that are mounted to zombie attack vehicles, the Haunted Trail sits in a 5-acre corn field that is infested with creepy creatures of all kinds, and the Corn Mazes takes visitors through 7 acres of corn, making it way too easy to get lost!

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Woods of Terror on Church Street - Greensboro, NC
Located in Greensboro, Woods of Terror on Church Street offers a number of haunted attractions, created to test your very worst fears. Attractions include Night Stalkers, where creepy creatures are harvesting their favorite food - humans, The Third Dimension, a wild ride through an all new dimension of horror, The Blood House, where beautiful, but thirsty, vampires reside. Then there's The Awakening, an old graveyard full of restless spirits, Horrorwood Cinema, an abandoned theater full of your favorite horror movie icons, Blackbeard's Revenge, where visitors will come face to face with Blackbeard himself and his pirate crew. And The Gold Mine, where money truly is the root of all evil. 

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Haunted Mill - Belmont, NC
A truly haunted spot in Belmont, the Haunted Mill has documented ghostly activity inside its walls that were constructed over 100 years ago. Offering 20,000 square feet of pure terror, the Haunted Mill truly immerses its visitors, or shall we say victims? This indoor haunted attraction is infested with 40 scare actors who are hungry for their victims, darkness, intense mazes, animation effects, screaming sounds of chainsaws and more!

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Grissettown Haunted Trail - Ocean Isle Beach, NC
A Top 10 Rated Attraction Nominee on NorthCarolinaHauntedHouses.com, the Grissettown Haunted Trail features a self-guided tour filled with monsters and interactive props that are sure to make the hairs on the back of your neck stand up! Actors are made up of community volunteers and firefighters and the money raised during the Halloween Season benefits the Fire Department. The trail takes thrill seekers about a half hour to complete, if they're brave enough to enter in the first place.

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Darkside Haunted Estates - Middlesex, NC
Darkside Haunted Estates has been blessing Middlesex locals with Halloween Season terror for over 20 years. Attractions include a 1/4 mile Haunted Trail that leads to the Mayhem Hayride through the dark backwoods. Then there's the Insane Asylum, JoJo's Clown Town and The Slaughterhouse! Also offered at Darkside is the "Low Scare" for Kids event, where those of all ages can enjoy the seasonal fun, including trick or treating, face painting and more! A special Lights Out event also was featured in 2016 after Halloween ended, giving locals a last hurrah before saying goodbye to the Halloween Season. 

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The Devil's Playground - Linden, NC
At The Devil's Playground, the devil himself is known to come out and play, along with some other monsters, too. Visitors begin their trip to Hell right in Linden, and passengers begin boarding at Gate 666. Are you brave enough to play the game? Or will you run away? Then there's the Zombie Arena, a fast paced, flag football-style, survival game. Test your skills while taking on the undead and find out if you'll be able to survive or end up just another infected zombie!

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