Station 7 Terror Trail

 
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Station 7 Terror Trail is a haunted attraction that offers trails for both the thrill seekers and the younger crowd. The event supports the Arundel Volunteer Fire Department.

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Latest Reviews

  • Great trail, good for children 10 and up and adults.

    Posted Nov 2019

  • Great haunt, good length (3/4 mile). I love that everyone is a volunteer and all the money goes to the fire station the trail is at!

    Posted Nov 2019

  • Probably the best trail to go on to take family.

    Posted Oct 2019

  • This haunted trail was great and I look forward towards coming back next year. I really enjoyed getting scared here.

    Posted Oct 2019

  • My 8 year old’s first haunted house/trail and she was terrified. There was good use of suspense and surprises. Great use asa fundraiser for the Volunteer Fire Company.

    Posted Oct 2019

  • Screams of terror echo through the woods behind Station 7, again this year. The volunteers have stepped up their game and the lighting effects are fantastic. Just enough light to not get lost while you wind from one scare to the next. You never know what corner the thrills are lurking around!

    Posted Sep 2018

  • I took three middle school aged boys on opening night. Upon payment the cocky boys were warned about clowns and ghosts in the woods. Their bravado and trash talkwas put into check after long dark walk to the trail head. We were met by an old farmer who gave instructions as to how to conduct ourselves through the dark and windy trail. The boys' demeanor changed immediately as the farmer hollered out into the woods "Four new victims!" Twi of the three had to be shoved through the opening passage. The trail was dark, windy, muddy and full of surprises. On the drive up, I was considering letting the boys go through on their own so I could listen to the Orioles game.I'm glad that I didn't. Let's just say that the torn shirt and scratches on my arm reflect how scared they were. Very well done. There was no one else on the trail which probably gave us much more attention. Well worh the fee and supports the local VFD which is always a good thing.PS, two of them cried. The other boy challenged them to come back again next week! We will see.

    Posted Sep 2018

  • Love this haunt! They have something for everyone! Seems like they changed every thing since last year. Great value and the money goes to help thefire department.

    Posted Sep 2018

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