Top 5 Places to Visit for Halloween


Haunted house drawn by Gina Hoburn

Chad’s Corn Maze: Chad’s Corn Maze is a haunted free and family-friendly corn maze for people of all ages in Ligioner, PA. The corn maze is opened all October on Fridays and Saturdays from 6 pm-10 pm and 5 pm-8 pm on Sundays. The patterns are based on a country song and are changed every year. This year’s theme is “Good Directions” by Billy Currington. Cards are given to each person to stamp throughout the maze before finding the exit. It is okay if the card isn’t fully stamped, having fun is what matters the most! General admission is $7 and children under three are free! Bring a flashlight!


Haunted Hollow: Haunted Hollow is a terrifying place that has a total of 5 attractions that are currently being limited in certain parts due to the pandemic. The haunted house is located in Rockwood, PA. Tickets are also being limited and are time and date specific. This creepy attraction is perfect for teenagers who want a scare! Who knows what lurks in the house, asylum, cornfield, and more! Haunted Hollow is opened on Fridays and Saturdays from 6:30 to 10:30 PM.


Haunted Hills Estate Scream Park:  Haunted Hills Estate is a frightening horror house with six haunted attractions and activities residing in Uniontown, PA. Haunted Hills constantly updates, renovates, and expands their park to give a unique Halloween experience every year for those who love to be frightened. The attraction is opened during the 25, 30, 31 of October, and November 7 and is opened between 7-11 PM on Fridays and Saturdays and 7-10 PM on Sundays.


Lonesome Valley Farms – Valley of Terror:  Lonesome Valley Farms is doing a haunted drive-thru this year to social distance in Fairgrounds Road, Greensburg, PA. If being scared is not enjoyable, there is always a non-haunted corn maze people can go through. The theme of the corn maze is a dove to represent hope during these challenging times. Lonesome Valley Farms is opened Fridays and Saturdays during October 2020 from 7:30-10:00 PM. Tickets $10 per person or $40 per vehicle and the corn maze $10 per person. Both of these are cash only.


Hundred Acres Manor: Hundred Acres Manor is labeled as one of the best-haunted attractions to go to. It is located in Bethel Park, PA. The haunted house has six attractions with scary props and add-on attractions such as escape rooms, Buried Alive, and The maze. General admission is $23 including all 6 themed sections. Parking is free and they are opened whether it’s rain or shine. Operating hours are from 7-10 PM all week and 7-11 PM on Fridays and Saturdays, but due to the pandemic, they are closed for the season. Keep it in mind for next year!


All attractions have COVID-19 safety guidelines of staying six feet apart, washing hands frequently, wearing a mask, and stay home if feeling sick. Have fun and stay safe!