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West Virginia Halloween Weekend Guide: September 19-22

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October is right around the corner and a ton of Haunted Attractions have already opened their doors to thrill seekers. From traditional haunted houses and eerie trails, to haunted mazes full of terrifying twists and turns, there's an endless amount of frightening fun taking place this Halloween Season.

Be sure to come back and visit https://www.westvirginiahauntedhouses.com throughout the entire season to stay updated on the local Haunted Attractions stirring up scares here in West Virginia. And once you've braved the terror, leave the attraction a review here on our site to let them know what a scary-good time you had while visiting!

Hauntophobia at Blackberry Creek
Ransom, KY
Open Friday 9/20, Saturday 9/21 and 10 other dates
In an abandoned elementary school in the heart of Hatfield/McCoy country, Hauntophobia at Blackberry Creek will fuel your fears and immerse you in your nightmares.
Haunted Hills Estate Scream Park
Uniontown, PA
Open Friday 9/20, Saturday 9/21 and 18 other dates
Welcome to the all-new Haunted Hills Estate Scream Park! A Full Night of Fear and Fun awaits you at Pennsylvania's Fastest-Growing Haunted Attraction!
Orr's Farm Market
Martinsburg, WV
Open Friday 9/20, Saturday 9/21, Sunday 9/22 and 39 other dates
If you are looking for a neighborhood farm market, you must stop by Orr's Farm Market. A family owned farm...we offer great in season fruits and veggies, as well as Pick-Your-Own on some crops.
Gritt's Farm
Buffalo, WV
Open Saturday 9/21, Sunday 9/22 and 22 other dates
Gritt's Farm is a family owned farm, with the 3rd and 4th generation now on the farm. Fall is our Fun Farm season, with a mix of corn mazes, pumpkins and a large play area.
Cooper Family Farms Haunted Maze
Milton, WV
Open Friday 9/20, Saturday 9/21, Sunday 9/22 and 15 other dates
The Haunted Maze 'The Cleansing' is simply an amusement attraction with actors. All crimes 'including murder' are still 100% illegal and anyone breaking the law while at the corn maze will be responsible for their own actions.



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