The newest & scariest haunted attraction … located deep in the woods of northern Harford County.

The attraction features a 1.2 mile walking trail through the woods crawling with ghosts, zombies, and more. This is fear like you’ve never experienced! For those that dare go, the trail is open Friday & Saturday nights the last three weekends of October. Also enjoy free onsite parking, haunted hay ride, live bands, and plenty to eat & drink.

Younger children are encouraged to join us for Little Haunts Sundays from 2-5 pm, offering a fun and spook-free time, including trick-o-treating on the trail, games, crafts, pumpkin painting, costume contest, moon bounce, a hay maze, and more.

All proceeds go to support Boys & Girls Clubs of Harford County.
Can You Handle the Trail?


April 1880:

The Foulk family moves to White Hall, Maryland to farm the land in the rolling hills just outside of the quiet little town of Jarrettsville. They find a great amount of land for very cheap, so they settle in immediately. The land is primitive but secluded and has plenty of trees which quickly get cut and used to build the main house. The house is simple but certainly big enough for Mr. Foulk, his wife Mary, and their four young children. Though locals warned that there had been a curse put on the land years before by an Indian medicine man, the Foulks were eager to set roots on their newly acquired piece of the American dream.

August 1881:

After two fruitless growing seasons, the Foulk family farm is struggling financially. The land they bought is barren and dry. Mr. Foulk is forced to find work to keep his family fed, but the only work he can find is 4 towns and over 80 miles away. His new job is steady, but he is required to stay away for weeks at a time.

Late October 1882:

Each time he comes home Mary seems distant and disappears into the woods for hours on end with no recollection of where she had been. Read More...

Do you dare to enter the trail?


  • Valley of the Haunted Trail

    Valley of the Haunted Trail

    October 13-14, 20-21, 27-28
    Fridays & Saturdays 7:00 - 10:00pm

    (last group departs at close time)

    Free parking on site!
    Camp Hidden Valley
    4722 Mellow Rd
    White Hall, MD 21161
    Click for Directions

  • Little Haunts Sundays

    Little Haunts Sundays

    October 15, 22, 29
    Sundays 2:00 - 5:00pm
    Join us for trick-or-treating through the trail (minus the scare factor), campfire s’mores, games, crafts, hay maze, pumpkin painting and costume contests. $5 per person (all ages)

  • Calendar


    Valley of the Haunted Trail
    Open 7-10pm

    Little Haunts
    Open 2-5pm



  • Is it scary?

    Yes! Yes! The attraction is scary! That is why we are here to scare you!!! We spend a lot of time and work, just to scare you!

  • Refunds?

    Sorry there are no refunds for any reason unless the event is canceled! This also includes weather, field conditions, scare factor, line waiting, and children ticket purchases. We do not recommend these attractions for children under 10. If you bring your child and purchase them a ticket, and they are too scared to go through we will not issue a refund, under any circumstances! If you purchase tickets, we want you to be scared. However, if you are too scared to make it through, you have gotten what you paid for.

  • How long does it take to get through the attraction? Is it a trail?

    Yes, the haunt is a 1.2 mile walking trail through the woods. Depending on the night it will take up to 45 minutes to complete the entire attraction.

  • Payment Options?

    We sell tickets online and at the gate. We accept cash, Visa, or MasterCard. No checks are accepted.

  • Online Tickets?

    All tickets sold online must be redeemed at the ticket booth. All online tickets will be reviewed for authenticity, and then redeemed with a site ticket. Do not just get in the attraction line; you will have to come back to the ticket booth for redemption..

  • Discounts?

    Purchase online and save. Also take a look at our group discounts for groups of 15 or more. Children 2 and under are free for Little Haunts. Otherwise, there are no age discounts for young or old.

  • Parking?
  • Weather & Conditions Policy?

    We never want to be closed for any reason, but we are located outside. If it’s raining or it has rained we can only be open as permitted. If you are traveling from a distance to see us, please check the Valley of the Haunted Facebook Page for daily updates listed in our “Venue Status” portion of our home page. We are not responsible for the weather or field conditions, and open dates and times will vary.

  • What should I wear?

    This is an operating campground with 100+ acres of wooded grounds. Please wear rugged shoes as you will be walking over rough ground in our Haunted Trail attraction. No sandals or flip flops.

  • Can children attend?

    Valley of the Haunted is not recommended for children under 10, because of the scare factor and atmosphere. But because people do purchase tickets for their children, please make your best judgment call because there will be no refunds issued. Some children go through fine, while others don’t make it past the line or even the gate. All sales are final. All children 12 and younger must be accompanied by an adult.

    Younger children are encouraged to attend Little Haunts Sundays. This event is recommended for kids under 12.

  • Is there food available?

    Yes, we have terrific food! A wide array of different foods and drinks available including make your own s’mores kits (for both kids and adults! ).

  • Handicap Accessible?

    Please note that attractions are outside, so pathways and areas can be muddy or somewhat difficult to go through!

  • Health Restrictions?

    All participants are entering at their own risk. If you suffer from any medical conditions (or the following conditions, but not limited to these specific conditions), you should not enter; anxiety attacks, heart problems, asthma problems, any kind of breathing problems, or if you are pregnant.

  • Lost or stolen items?

    Please do not bring items of value into the attractions. If items are lost, we unfortunately cannot stop the attraction to search for them. We are not responsible for lost or stolen items. Please keep your cell phone in a secure location or in the car. If you have lost an item, please leave your info with the ticket booth and any lost items will be searched for the following day.

  • Denied Access?

    We do not want to ask you to leave or escort you off the site. However, it is our right to deny anyone access to the attraction if they have not followed the rules or policies. Here are just a few things that will get you denied access to the attractions: Alcohol, drugs, smoking in “no smoking” areas, weapons, fighting, obscene behavior, argument with staff or other patrons, etc…. Additionally, alcohol is not permitted on the property, under any circumstances and will be confiscated.

  • Security and Police?

    We have a full security staff on site.

  • Actors?

    No pictures of the actors, cameras, video cameras, flashlights are permitted. The actors will not touch you, but it is their job to scare, annoy, harass, and bother you! All customers are not allowed to touch the actors either!! Keep in mind on both parties, accidental contact may occur.

  • Groups?

    Yes, groups of 15+: $3.00 off of your purchase of any ticket redeemable on-site. You must purchase the tickets together (i.e. one sale with all cash or one credit card for the transaction). Groups may also purchase their tickets online.


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