Fort howard haunted dungeons.
Program Chairperson: Mike Estep ([email protected])
Program Facebook Page: Haunted Dungeons
Program Website: Dungeons Site
Location: Fort Howard Park, Fort Howard, Maryland (Southeast Baltimore County)
Season: Weekends in October
Cost: $18 per person (credit cards accepted) - $16 group tickets (min of 20 per group)
Description: This Sparrows Point tradition for 40 years is for HALLOWEEN lovers everywhere. Victims from as far as Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia have travelled to experience the fright and terror of 'The Dungeons'. Enjoy the 1 hour tour that includes a walk through the terrifying woods of the Fort Howard county park, and the infamous fort dungeons, haunted since the historical battle of 1812, where the likes of Michael Myers, Freddy Krueger and Hannibal Lector await your presence. Do you like clowns?
Enjoy food, drinks and our famous hot chocolate for a night fit for the entire family. Come early and bring your Halloween-spirit for some fun and fright at the Edgemere-Sparrows Point Haunted Dungeons!
Waiting areas and bypass points are provided for families with children too young to experience the Dungeons. Program operation subject to weather.
'Kids Trick-or-Treat Night' (last Saturday of operation) invites our little friends to the park for a guided tour from our not-so-scary hosts. Best part, IT'S FREE!!!! Bring a bag and your best costume!
'County Employee Appreciation Night' i nvites all of our county employees (teachers, police, fire-fighters, etc...) to attend our event at a discounted price!
Fort Howard Haunted Dungeons Warnings:
No Refund Warning: Your admission ticket is non-refundable at the time of purchase. No refunds will be given under any circumstances! No readmission will be granted without purchasing a new ticket.
Special Effects Warning: Please be aware that the following effects are used throughout the park: Strobe lighting and other disorienting lighting, fog machines, extreme darkness, intense sounds, claustrophobic spaces, damp and wet conditions, uneven terrain and flooring, narrow passageways and steps, extreme visual effects (including graphic imagery and gore), as well as performer and mechanical driven scares.
Health Warning: You should not enter if you suffer from claustrophobia, heart issues, back or neck ailments, respiratory issues, are pregnant, are prone to epileptic seizures, or have any other physical or mental limitations that will impair your ability to experience these attractions.
Assumption of Risk: Our attractions are built by volunteers and are mostly constructed of recycled appliances, pallets, iron, steel, and other sometimes filthy materials we have acquired from various sources. Please follow instructions and all rules to help ensure that you stay as safe as possible throughout the park. Although safety measures have been taken, our park may not be appropriate for everyone.
Children Warning: Children of all ages are welcome but please understand that some of the attractions may scar your child for life. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
Chicken Warning: If you are absolutely terrified at any point during your tour of the park, Chicken Exits are available throughout the park. Once you elect to leave the park, no refund will be given and readmission will not be granted without purchasing a new ticket.
Lost/Stolen/Damaged Property Warning: Due to the nature of our attractions, we recommend not carrying any loose or valuable items into the park. If you must bring personal property into the park, please do so at your own risk. We are not responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged personal property.
Enter at your own risk. In consideration and acceptance of admission to the Haunted Dungeons, guests agree to release its operators, affiliates, employees, volunteers, contractors, Baltimore County Department of Recreation and Parks, Edgemere-Sparrows Point Recreational Council, and other patrons harmless from any and all legal liability, property damage, and medical liability due to harm, injury, death, or expense and all visitors personally assume all risks from any and all of their actions including but not limited to negligent acts and/or strict liability acts.
Guests may not bring weapons or any items that could harm others into the park. Guests may not bring alcohol or illegal drugs into the park. Guests may not be intoxicated or on mind-altering drugs when entering the park. Guests must not hit, poke, taunt, or disrupt our actors or other volunteers. Guests must stay with their group and follow all volunteer's instructions throughout park. These rules are intended to protect all visitors to the park as well as all volunteers at the park. Please understand that some of our actors are not of a legal age. Your bad behaviors in front of them will not be tolerated. Visitors of the park, who we deem to violate any of the above rules and/or as being abusive in any way to volunteers or other visitors will be escorted out immediately, will not be given a refund, and will not be allowed reentry. Legal action against disruptive guests may be taken. Thank you very much for your Co-operation and your Patronage.
Program Chairperson: Tim Dodge ([email protected])
Season: Christmas Season
Description: Welcome to the Community Christmas Care webpage! In 2010, the ESP Rec-Council created this program, in cooperation with Edgemere and Chesapeake Terrace Elementary Schools, to support local families in need during the holiday season. In addition to various ESP Programs who have volunteered to Adopt families during the holiday season, this program is also open to organizations and individual families looking to share their Christmas Spirit with those in need. Since 2011, we have supported over 100 local families.
Here is how it works... our local elementary school guidance counselors send us the names and family information of those in need at their respective schools. They also send us a wish list of gift items for the kids. Families, programs or organizations who chose to adopt a family(ies) typically provide something along the lines of:
- Toys/Gifts for the kids (priority)
- Clothing for the kids (priority)
- Food and household items for the parent(s)
- Gift cards- and sometimes gift items for the parents themselves.
The school guidance counselor also asks each family being adopted if it is okay to contact them directly. If so, upon contacting them, adopting families can deliver their wrapped gifts to them directly. Otherwise, they can drop them off at the school. Either way, YOU are making a HUGE difference in the lives of children! We are all in this together as a community... THANK YOU for your consideration! If you are interested in adopting a family or just want more information, contact the Program Chairperson.
"we had a great time shopping and can't wait to deliver the gifts, I feel blessed just to be able to do this." -Linda
"I have already spoke with the Mom to confirm all of the info and we are meeting on Christmas Eve Eve to get her the gifts so she can put them under the tree for her family. We are also going to get a food basket. She is very dear and this has been a joy for our family. We traditionally do generic gifts to organizations but this has been more personal for us" -Lisa
Community Tree Lighting
ALL are welcome to join us for our local tradition (started in 2011), the annual Edgemere Community Tree Lighting Celebration located at the North Point/Edgemere Volunteer Fire Department on North Point Road (next to Food Lion). It's FREE! Families are treated to free hot chocolate, cider, holiday treats, music, caroling, kids crafts and the BIG MAN HIMSELF helping us light up the tree! Check our website for the date and time each year! Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays!
Easter Egg Hunt
Program Chairperson: Katie Hutson ([email protected])
Participants: Boys & Girls, ages 2-12
Location: Fort Howard Park, Fort Howard, Maryland
Description: Children ages 2-12 are invited to hunt for Easter Eggs filled with wrapped candy. Participants should bring their own baskets or bags. Courses are roped off by age groups (2-4, 5-7, 8-12). Come out and join us for this fun and exciting family event!
Spring Sports Parade
Season: A Saturday in April
Location: North Point Road, from the Edgemere VFW to Sparrows Point High School
Description: The Opening Day Parade originally began as a kick-off for the upcoming Softball and Baseball seasons. Our recreation council now offers other spring programs such as Girls Lacrosse, Boys Lacrosse and Spring Soccer, all of which walk in the parade. Over the past few years, the Haunted Dungeons and Edgestock volunteers walk in the parade in order to advertise these events. At the completion of the parade, kids are treated to free hot dogs, chips and a drink!
Friends of Fort Howard
Program Chairperson: Raymond Scott ([email protected])
Program Facebook Page: FOFHP
Description: The Edgemere Sparrows Point Recreation Council has initiated a program called Friends of Fort Howard Park. The intent of the program is to improve the park grounds, expand the range of activities, and to make visitors aware of the historical significance of the property.Some of the proposed enhancements for the park include historical panels at each of the surviving gun batteries, guided walking tours, marked trails and volunteer service opportunities. If you are interested in finding out more about Friends of Fort Howard Park or if you have suggestions for other ways to improve the park, please contact the program committee at 410-887-7529 or email at [email protected].
The first project the program took on was the posting of a historical panel in the park's bulletin board. We got it designed, printed, approved by the council, and posted in December. It describes the purpose and construction of the fort as an army coastal defense installation back at the turn of the last century.We'd like to erect similar panels at various locations in the park highlighting the gun batteries and other aspects of the fort's history. Click on the files below to see some of the panels and the Fort Howard Park walk-thru guide.
Haunted Fort Howard Park in Baltimore County Maryland
Is Fort Howard Park in Baltimore Haunted?
Perhaps, maybe that is what the Haunted Dungeons created. I added some pictures at the end of the article during my recent visit.
Nestled along the serene shores of the Chesapeake Bay in Baltimore County, Maryland, Fort Howard Park is a picturesque landscape with a rich history dating back to the late 19th century.
While this park offers visitors a peaceful escape, it is also shrouded in eerie tales of the supernatural, making it a haunting destination for those intrigued by the paranormal.
Join us as we delve into the ghostly mysteries surrounding Fort Howard Park, uncovering the chilling stories that have left a mark on this historic site.
Haunted Fort Howard Park in Baltimore County, Maryland
This Sparrows Point tradition for over 30 years is for HALLOWEEN lovers everywhere. Victims from as far as Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia have traveled to experience the fright and terror. Enjoy the 1-hour tour that includes a walk through the terrifying woods of the Fort Howard county park, and the infamous fort dungeons, haunted since the historical battle of 1812, where the likes of Michael Myers, Freddy Krueger, and Hannibal Lector await your presence. Do you like clowns? Enjoy food, drinks, and our famous hot chocolate for a night fit for the entire family. Come early and bring your Halloween-spirit for some fun and fright! Waiting areas and bypass points are provided for families with children too young to experience the Dungeons. Program operation subject to weather.
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Last weekend, my family and I visited Fort Howard in Baltimore, Maryland . Fort Howard was created to protect the port of Baltimore from an attack from the sea.
Its connection with the most massive invasion of the United States on the morning of September 12, 1814, is a historical significance.
Park Hours : Sunrise to sunset
The park is closed during October for the Edgemere-Sparrows Point Annual Haunted Dungeons Tour , a paid event on Fridays and Saturdays.
Address : 9500 North Point Road Fort Howard, Maryland 21052
Fort Howard Park’s historical significance is its connection with the most massive invasion of the United States on the morning of September 12, 1814.
The British had landed about seven thousand men near the site that later became Fort Howard as a part of a campaign to capture and burn Baltimore.
In coordination with their navy’s bombardment of Fort McHenry, the British troops were to march up Patapsco Neck and capture Baltimore from the east.
However, the British advance was first demoralized when American sharpshooters Daniel Wells and Henry McComas killed their famous commanding general.
The Americans had temporarily stalled the advance in the Battle of North Point and finally stopped dead when the British perceived the strength of the American defenses at Patterson Park.
Disheartened, they re-boarded their ships near North Point and sailed away to another defeat in the Battle of New Orleans.
Fort Howard was initially known as North Point but was renamed in 1902 after Colonel John Eager Howard, a Baltimore philanthropist and distinguished soldier of the Maryland Continental Line during the Revolutionary War.
In the 1700s, the site was an essential part of the transportation route between the Eastern Shore and the Port of Baltimore. Known as the “ Bulldog at Baltimore’s Gate ,” Fort Howard was also created to protect the valued Baltimore Port.
Many fort batteries, previously manned by the Coast Artillery Corps, can still be seen, although they are now covered by dark ivy and bushes. – Baltimore County gov/ Recreation & Parks
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Fort Howard Park in Baltimore, Maryland
“ On the morning of September 12, 1814, five thousand British troops arrived outside of Baltimore and marched on the city of Baltimore with a plan to capture the city. Major General Robert Ross, a veteran of the Napoleonic Wars who had burned the White House and the U.S. Capitol just a few weeks before, led the advance. ” – Fort Howard
This park’s historical significance is its connection with the largest invasion of the United States on the morning of September 12, 1814.
In the 1700s, the site was an essential part of the transportation route between the Eastern Shore and the Port of Baltimore. Known as the “Bulldog at Baltimore’s Gate ,” Fort Howard was also created to protect the valued Baltimore Port.
Many fort batteries, previously manned by the Coast Artillery Corps , can still be seen, although they are now covered by dark ivy and bushes. You can read more about Fort Howard here .
The Fort is converted into a haunted house called the Haunted Dungeons during Halloween. I experienced the Haunted Dungeons of Fort Howard in the late 90s; it was a lot of walking and fun.
It takes about an hour to complete the haunted attraction.
Some ruins still have remnants of the decorations they used for the attraction.
This topic would be great for Weirdo October since not only is the Fort supposedly haunted, but so is the abandoned Veterans Hospital adjacent to the Fort.
The hospital grounds are guarded and still very well-active. Even though most of the buildings, including the main hospital, are defunct, there is still a functioning medical facility on the property.
Park police patrol the grounds daily.
When entering Fort Howard, the cool thing is you get to see all the old, abandoned historic buildings located on the property. I love history, and to experience a landmark place like Fort Howard is an honor.
Is Fort Howard Haunted?
I would probably say so. Wherever you have death, anxiety, and fear, you will have a haunted location. It would be an experience to gather a Paranormal Research team to stay the weekend there and report on what they find.
Zak Bagans and the Ghost Adventures team investigated Fort Arthur in the Battle of Los Angeles episode. Abandoned forts, as well as abandoned prisons, are known to be haunting places for restless spirits.
Some spirits don’t know they are dead and remain “ earthbound.” Gifted Intuitive can sense the presence of these earthbound souls and can assist them in the “ crossing over process .”
That is if they want to leave. BWAHHHHHHH!!!!!
The Infamous Dungeons
But perhaps the most chilling aspect of Fort Howard Park lies beneath the surface.
The park’s underground tunnels and chambers network, known as the “dungeons,” have become synonymous with paranormal activity.
Built in the early 1900s for ammunition storage, the damp, dark tunnels became a breeding ground for local ghost stories.
Tales of disembodied voices, flickering lights, and apparitions of soldiers in period uniforms have captivated and spooked visitors for decades.
The Fort Howard Haunted Dungeons, a seasonal Halloween attraction, capitalizes on these eerie legends.
Actors dressed as historical figures and fictional ghouls lurk within the tunnels, creating a spine-tingling experience for thrill-seekers.
However, even beyond the theatrics, visitors often report unexplained chills, sudden temperature drops, and the feeling of being watched.
Despite its idyllic setting, Fort Howard Park is steeped in tales of ghostly encounters and unexplained phenomena.
One of the most frequently reported sightings is that of a spectral figure wandering near the old military cemetery.
Witnesses describe a uniformed soldier who appears and disappears mysteriously, leaving an unsettling feeling of unease behind.
The former hospital building, known for treating wounded soldiers during wartime, is another focal point of paranormal activity.
Visitors and paranormal investigators have reported hearing disembodied footsteps, echoing cries, and even glimpses of apparitions in the dimly lit corridors.
Some claim to have encountered the spirits of former patients lingering in the shadows of the abandoned structure.
The Haunted Lighthouse
Adjacent to Fort Howard Park lies the North Point Range Lights, a pair of historic lighthouses that served as navigational aids for ships entering the Chesapeake Bay.
The area surrounding these lighthouses is rumored to be haunted by the ghost of a keeper who tragically lost his life while tending to the lights.
Witnesses speak of flickering lantern lights, eerie sounds, and a ghostly presence that permeates the air, suggesting that the keeper’s spirit may still be watching over the bay.
Given the park’s reputation for being haunted, paranormal investigators and enthusiasts have flocked to Fort Howard Park to uncover its otherworldly secrets.
Numerous investigations have been conducted utilizing equipment such as EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomena) recorders, infrared cameras, and electromagnetic field meters.
Some investigators claim to have captured unexplained voices and anomalies, further fueling the legend of Fort Howard Park’s paranormal activity.
Beyond the Spooks
It’s important to remember that while the paranormal aspects of Fort Howard Park capture the imagination, the park’s true value lies in its historical significance and natural beauty.
Visitors can explore the remains of the fort’s batteries, learn about the Battle of North Point, and enjoy hiking, biking, and picnicking amidst the scenic surroundings.
So, whether you’re a paranormal investigator, a history buff, or simply seeking a unique outdoor experience, Fort Howard Park has something to offer.
Just be prepared for a place where the echoes of the past mingle with the whispers of the unknown.
While Fort Howard Park continues to draw visitors with its scenic beauty and recreational opportunities, the ghostly tales surrounding its historic structures add an extra layer of intrigue.
Whether one is a history buff, nature enthusiast, or a seeker of the supernatural, Fort Howard Park in Baltimore County, Maryland, invites exploration and contemplation of its rich past and mysterious present.
As visitors traverse the park’s paths and historical remnants, they may wonder if the echoes of the past linger in the shadows, leaving the possibility that Fort Howard Park is not just a place of history but also a gateway to the paranormal.
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13 Haunted Houses in Baltimore MD (+ Full Attraction List)
If you’re looking for haunted houses in Baltimore, you’re in the right place!
Here we’re sharing the scariest haunted houses in Baltimore so you don’t miss any of the fun this halloween season.
The Baltimore area has some of the best haunted houses in the state. From stand-alone haunted places to creepy places in pumpkin patches, these Baltimore haunted houses will have you shaking in your boots.
While most haunted houses open in September, even waiting until Halloween night makes for a seriously fun Halloween!
Here are the 13 scary haunted houses for you to choose from:
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#1 Nevermore Haunt
450 Mott Street Baltimore, MD 21202 | Website
This haunted house attraction is one of the most popular and highly rated in Baltimore.
At Nevermore Haunt they really go all out to make this haunted house different from others. If you think you know what you’ll experience, you’ll be in for a surprise. They have plenty of props, people and more to make this a truly haunted experience.
In addition to the main attraction, The Nevermore Haunt, on certain nights you can also see Isaac’s Maleficent Side Show incuding fortune telling and magic.
They also have an on-site bar with local craft beers and food available.
This haunted house isn’t for the faint of heart!
Ticket prices : $22 – $30 for general admission, $29 – $40 for fast-pass admission (to skip the line) and $45 – $56 for VIP admission which includes fast pass, food and drink
Restrictions : kids under 16 must be accompanied by an adult and kids under 4 feet will not be admitted at all.
#2 Bennett’s Curse
7875 Eastpoint Mall, Baltimore, MD 21224 | Website
Located in Eastpoint Mall, the legendary Bennett’s Curse is an indoor haunted house that has been rated one of America’s scariest halloween attractions.
Four attractions are included with admission:
- Underworld Haunted House
- Legends of Halloween
- Ravenbrook Asylum
They are open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays until it gets closer to Halloween. Free parking is available at the mall.
Ticket prices : $25 for general admission, $35 for speed pass tickets and $45 for VIP tickets. 3D glasses are also available to be purchased for $1.
Restrictions : not recommended for children under age 10.
#3 Neon Nightmare
501 N Brice St. Baltimore, MD 21223 | Website
If you’re looking for something completely new, Neon Nightmare just may be the place to go. This is an immersive horror themed art exhibit. This is a night show with live actors that gives an intense hoor experience.
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The experience is about an infection spreading but you have to figure out what is real and what is just in your mind.
Ticket prices : $15 during the day and $20 at night. Kids under 13 are $10 during the day.
Restrictions : While there is no age limit here, kids under 13 must be accompanied by an adult.
#4 Laurel’s House of Horror
935 Fairlawn Ave, Laurel, MD 20707 | Website
Laurel’s House of Horror is definitely where you come to get a good scare! This haunted attraction takes place in an abandoned movie theater.
This is one of the most terrifying attractions where you’ll find:
- Haunted house: a brand new haunted house to experience this year
- Escape room: with iconic horror movies, challenges and scares
- Ghost tour: small groups accompanied by a guide, experience the cinema in the dark looking for paranormal activity
Ticket prices : General admission: $30, Admission with fast pass $40, RIP pass with escape the movies $80
#5 Legends of the Fog
500 Carsins Run Rd, Aberdeen, MD 21001 | Website
This is one of Maryland’s haunted attractions and halloween events the is well…legendary. Legends of the Fog has 4 haunted attractions including:
- Legendary Haunted Hayride: this is not a kid’s hayride! Don’t get lost in the fog
- Haunted Farewell Hotel: explore the hotel with over 70 doors
- Cornstalkers Haunted Maze: one of the best haunted corn mazes you can explore, just don’t let fear overcome you
- The Slaughter House:
After Halloween is there Blackout Weekend, where the attractions will be in near darkness with extra special effects.
Ticket prices : General admission for all 4 attractions: $40, 4 attractions + fast pass: $55,
Restrictions : Children under the age of 14 must have an adult chaperone on site. They do not recommend kids under 10 years of age.
#6 Fort Howard Haunted Dungeons
Fort Howard Park | Website
This haunted attraction in Baltimore county is actually completely volunteer run and operated by a local non-profit.
The all volunteer actors aim to make this a spooky experience which is evident starting right at their ticket booth.
Ticket prices : $17 per person
Restrictions : none listed, use your own discretion.
Haunted Houses Near Baltimore
If you’re looking for more haunted houses and attractions in close proximity to Baltimore, like in Montgomery County, Washington DC
#7 Cornstalkers Trail of Terror
11765 St Linus Dr, Waldorf, MD 20602 | Website
This is one of the best haunted attractions in Baltimore MD and whether it’s just a short drive for you or you’re a ways away, this is one haunted house you don’t want to miss.
Located in Blue Crabs Stadium, this event has 5 haunted attractions with different themes, bizarre creatures and is a great place to get scared! Attractions include:
- Cornstalkers Trail of Terror
- The Barnyard
- Craves Farmhouse
- Hillbilly Homestead
#8 Kim’s Krypt Haunted Mill
5932 Colonial Valley Rd, Spring Grove, PA 17362 | Website
While this haunted house crosses state lines, it’s only an hour from Downtown Baltimore. This haunted house is huge though! It has 6 attractions that span across 60-acres.
While you’ll find some familiar attractions here like:
- Terror Trail (a walking tour thru the dark woods and grounds)
- House of Eyes
- Horror of Menges Mill
- Dark Despair
There are also a few more attractions you’ll want to be aware of. First up is the Zombie Escape Room. Next is the Hearse Rides. Yes, you can actually take a ride in a historic hearse and even ride in the closed coffin.
The Ghost Pit also happens once per month throughout the year as you investigate paranormal activity at the haunted mill.
Ticket prices : This attraction allows you to purchase tickets for individual attractions or an all access pass. An all access pass is $60. A total combo RIP ticket ($90) and All Access RIP pass ($125) are also available.
Single attraction tickets range from $5 to $25. For instance it costs $5 to ride in the hearse and $10 to ride in the closed coffin in the hearse.
Restrictions : There are no restrictions in place so use your own discretion.
#9 Six Flags America Fright Fest
13710 Central Ave, Bowie, MD 20721 | Website
Six Flags is at it again with their annual Fright Fest. And it’s packed with plenty of haunted attractions like:
- Twisted Fairy Tales 3D
- The Haunting of Hall Manor
- Rides in the dark
- Total Damnation
Plus they have several scare zones like: Zombieville, Ghost Town and Carn-Evil.
You can also see top sideshow performances and other experiences like Big Top Freakz By Night, nightScares, and more.
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What’s nice about Six Flags is that you can buy a one-day ticket or seasonal pass if you want to keep coming back for more.
Ticket prices : A one day digital attractions pass is $35. A seasonal haunted attractions pass is $60. Important note: park admission is sold separately
Restrictions : Recommended for those 13 and older. There are separate day-time activities for younger kids available.
#10 Field of Screams
4501 Olney Laytonsville Rd. Olney, MD 20832 | Website
Located only 40 minutes from Baltimore, Field of Screams and it’s trail of terror will certainly create fear and panic so get ready to scream.
They now have 3 attractions in addition to their carnival games: The 2 trails combined create the Super Screams Haunted Trail which is is the longest and most terrifying trail in the United States
- The Haunted trail
- Trail of Terror
- Slaughter Factory
Ticket prices : General admission is $44+. Additional tickets can be purchased for carnival games including axe throwing.
Restrictions : not recommended for children under 13
#11 Bedlam in The Boro
4224 Main Street Lineboro, MD 21102 | Website
The Lineboro Volunteer Fire Department puts on his haunted attraction that does not disappoint. The attractions include: The Terrifying Haunted Hayride where you’ll be taken through the Lineboro woods and House of Horrors where you’ll twist your way through 3200 square feet of terror..
For the younger crew, there is the Bedlam Bypass Kids Zone which includes a non-scary hayride, as well as, food, games and more.
They are open every Friday and Saturday night.
Ticket prices : Attractions are $15 each for adults or $10 each for kids. A combo ticket is available for $20 and $15. Add a $10 RIP pass to jump to the front of the line. A $2 off coupon is available on their website’s ticket page.
Restrictions : None so use your own discretion. Kids can also visit the unhaunted Bedlam Bypass during the day.
#12 Ravenseye Manor
8778 Jordan Rd, Fairplay, MD 21733 | Website
The Ravenseye Manor has 4 haunted attractions:
- The Haunted Manor House
- Cursed Hayride
- Dark Corn Maze
- Carnival of Souls (a 3D, blacklight experience)
On the final night, bring the kids as the monsters will come out. Not to scare but to provide candy, prizes and even non-gluten items if requested.
Ticket prices : To be announced; check website for updates
Restrictions : None so use your own discretion
#13 Jason’s Woods
179 Stehman Road Lancaster, PA 17603 | Website
Another great option across state lines is Jason’s woods. If you’re into the likes of Michael Myers and Freddy Krueger, go check this place out.
Attractions at haunted house are:
- Horrifying hayride
- Zombie Apocalypse
- Lost in Jason’s Woods
- Chamber of Horrors
- Carnival of Fear
- Jason’s Woods Midway
So even if you have to adventure the 75 minutes or so out to this haunted attraction, there is a lot to experience! This is one of the best halloween festivals you’ll find.
Ticket prices : Tickets start with a 3 show combo ($25), 5 show grand slam combo ($40) and VIP options ($40 – $55)
Restrictions : No restrictions or age limits, however, this is not meant for young children
Haunted Houses Near Baltimore – No Longer in Operation
If you’re looking for Creepywoods Haunted Forest, they have permanently closed.
The Sinister Circus is also not currently operating.
Good to Know Before Visiting The Haunted Houses of Baltimore
- Wear comfortable, closed toed walking shoes
- Bring some patience and be prepared to wait in longer lines, especially if you go on the weekends
- Plan to ahead before you go or when you get there
- When possible, book tickets ahead of time
- Many haunted houses are not suitable for small children so if you want to go with the entire family, make sure to check the event’s restrictions and recommendations before going
- Check the event website, Facebook page, Google map and Groupon for discounts before getting tickets
- You can also subscribe to the email list for the event you’d like to attend as they occassionally send out discounts as well.
- Some events will accept competitor coupons at the gate or even discount days, so check the schedule ahead of time.
- The closer you get to Halloween, the more people that attend so if you can go earlier in the season or after Halloween, you’ll likely experience less crowds.
- If there is bad weather, check the event’s social media page for announcements before going
- Most haunted houses do not recommend going if you are pregnant.
- You should not attend a haunted house if you have any heart conditions, vertigo or a history of seizures.
- Most of the attractions are wheelchair accessible but check with the event in advance
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I'm trying to find out information from those who have been to this attraction before. I keep reading show up early, is there a no later then time I should show up before they cut it off? Is it worth it? How long is the whole tour? Any details is greatly appreciated. Thanks!
That's interesting. I've never heard of a Haunted Ft. Howard. I'm sure that place is haunted 24-7 though. I'd be interested in your findings. Happy Haunting. Mwahahaha!
Apparently they've been doing this attraction for many years. http://www.haunteddungeons.com/forthoward.htm
Do not go to this event. Im an attorney, my husband owns a restaurant. We both love Halloween, we're young- about 8 years ago, in my early 20's Id wanted to go here, and it was closed, so my husband finally took me. We arrived, was told we were too late, and it was closed. It was only 10:15. My husband of course talked to someone and they ended up letting us in. It was awful. We were told about 20 times there was no cussing allowed. Which is ridiculous. Weve been to Jasons Woods, Shocktoberfest, and everyone there gets scared and says OH SH**, or D**N. Halfway through, my husband says, SH**. I have very little night vision. All of us sudden I turn around and hes gone. Hes being dragged out of the event by a big man, who swears he was disturbing the peace of the event. They refused to give us our money back. All of this aside, the actors are all about 7 yrs old, its awful, its corny, its the dumbest thing Ive ever been to, and if that hadnt happened. It would have been the biggest waste of money Id ever spent. Save your money and go to Penhurst Asylum or Shocktoberfest. Both great.
I have been there, and I volunteer there. They are family oriented and most of the volunteers are children. We are not paid, we ALL volunteer to have fun. Is it worth it? Yes it is. We get very busy and our volunteers work very hard to make it worth your time.
The Haunted Forest in Poolesville is a good option. But they do sell out early so get there by dusk.
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