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The Best Haunted Houses in Cincinnati {2023}

As Halloween approaches and fall rolls around, lots of folks look forward to the changing leaves and all things pumpkin spice…..but it’s also time for haunted houses to begin! Cobweb covered door jams, scary clowns, and creaky old houses, it’s all there!

If you’re looking for a great list of Haunted Houses in Cincinnati , we’ve got you covered!

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Most of these haunted attractions and haunted houses in Cincinnati are in the outlying areas. I’ve also included some that are a bit of a drive… but considering you’re likely to go just once this year, I figured the outliers were worth a mention.

Almost all of these are for adults but I did find a few for the younger set (see the family friendly section below). Be sure to check with the venue for age recommendations.

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Haunted Houses in Cincinnati

Brimstone haunt.

472 Brimstone Road, Wilmington, Ohio 45177

4 great scares for the brave! They have a Haunted Hayride, the Forgotten Forest, Psychosis, and Zombie Assault. Each scare has been given an “Attraction Intensity” (with 1 being the low, 5 being high) and we’ve included it below.

The Haunted Hayride is suggested for ages 8 and up. It features a 1 mile ride through a haunted cornfield on a tractor-pulled wagon. They say this is a low-medium intensity haunt with its fair share of scares and surprises. Attraction Intensity: 2 out of 5

The Forgotten Forest is suggested ages 13+. It’s a quarter-mile outdoor, wooded walkthrough. Attraction Intensity: 4 out of 5

Psychosis is recommended for ages 13+. It’s an indoor walkthrough with many intense scares. Attaction Intensity: 5 out of 5

Zombie Assault is a simulator and features many virtual scares and action sequences, suggested ages 10+. It features a high tech and frightening ride in their zombie attack simulator bus. Attraction Intensity: 3 out of 5

Parking is $3 at the door (cash only per the website). Purchase tickets online for the best price ($5 cheaper online). The haunted experiences are open on Fridays and Saturdays from Sept. 15, 2023 until October 28, 2023. Website

The Dent Schoolhouse

5963 Harrison Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45248

Dent Schoolhouse is what nightmares are made of! Located in an old public school (opened in 1894), your Regular Haunt Season ticket includes the Dent Schoolhouse haunted experience as well as access to the Monster Midway. The Dent Schoolhouse experience changes each year with new technology, new sets, new animatronics and more.

Plan Ahead: CASH ONLY! They do have an ATM on site and tickets can be purchased in advance / online. Parking is free and is located at the Children’s Hospital and Christ Hospital (per the Dent Schoolhouse site’s FAQ section).

Dent Schoolhouse Special Events include : Behind the Scenes Tours : Take a private guided tour as the creators of The Dent Schoolhouse take back the curtains and allow you to see the inner workings of a haunted attraction. This tour is takes place BEFORE the haunt opens so crew members will be prepping the spaces and working as you take your tour. Get a brief look at their makeup room, costuming, and backstage areas. These tours are offered on select Saturdays and Sundays at 4:30pm. Ghost Tours: Walk through the Dent Schoolhouse and learn about the real hauntings. Your personal guided tour will last about an hour and is in the dark (you are welcome to bring a flashlight). Each tour is limited to just 12 tickets so plan ahead. No actors – just you and the schoolhouse. Offered on Wednesdays in October. Lights Out : Travel through the schoolhouse with the lights out!!! All you’ll have is a glowstick to find your way! Offered for just two days so plan ahead! Happening November 3 and 4, 2023 from 7:30pm-midnight. Lights On Tour : Experience the schoolhouse with the lights on!  This is a great way to introduce a little one to Halloween or just to see all of the detail that the old schoolhouse has to offer.  There are no actors inside so you can go through at your own pace.  They’ll have trick or treat stations throughout the schoolhouse. Happening on Sunday, October 22, 2023 from 4-6pm. A Christmas Nightmare : Experience what it is like to celebrate Christmas at a haunted house! This special 1 weekend haunted event is from 6–10pm on December 8 and 9, 2023.

Open for the regular haunted house season from Sept. 15, 2023 until October 31, 2023.

Halloween Haunt at Kings Island

6300 Kings Island Dr., Mason, OH 45040

Voted in as 2022’s “Best Theme Park Halloween Event” in the country as voted on by USA TODAY readers, fear is waiting for you at Kings Island’s Halloween Haunt! Open Friday and Saturday nights plus select Sundays, Sept. 22-Oct. 28, 2023.

Scream your way through spine-tingling Halloween attractions, including haunted mazes, bone-chilling outdoor scare zones, outrageous live shows, and evil creatures everywhere looking to make your worst nightmares come true.

You can also enjoy many of the park’s most thrilling rides and attractions including Banshee, Diamondback, Mystic Timbers, Orion, and the legendary Beast.

Kings Island says: Halloween Haunt is intended for mature audiences and not recommended for children under 13.

Land of Illusion Haunted Scream Park

Dial up the dread at Land of Illusion Scream Park, a haunted theme park full of ghouls! This haunted spot, originally known as The Middletown Haunted Trail, includes “live” spooks, lunatics, and chainsaw-wielding madmen and guarantees you a different fright each night. They have every sweet treat you could eat, and their live entertainment, freak shows, and madmen are sure to keep you entertained when you’re dying for a break… Definitely a fun addition for the haunted houses in Cincinnati list!

Land of Illusion Haunted Scream Park includes :

  • Temple of Terror Haunted House
  • Killer Klowns 3D Haunted Maze
  • Dr. Psycho’s Haunted Estate
  • Middletown Haunted Trail (forest and mazes and murderers, oh my!)

General admission gets you access to the entire park. You can also purchase a “One Haunt Attraction”.

The season begins September 8, 2023; Open 7pm – 1am, Fridays and Saturdays only, through October 28. Check their site for entertainment schedule.

Mt. Healthy Haunted Hall

7700 Seward Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45231

Celebrating its 31st year of fear and phobias, this addition to the haunted houses in Cincinnati list includes the house plus four tents, backyard areas, and one giant vortex and features more than 20 scenes including old favorites and some new ones too.

They’re going “old skool” for 2023! This year the Haunted Hall features more than 20 scenes with several new scenes you won’t want to miss! In addition there will be old favorites returning including the Hellavator, Dracula, and the Bate’s Motel.

This haunted hall opens on September 29, 2023. Opening weekend discount of $4 with coupon (see site for coupon, link below).

Plan Ahead: CASH ONLY! They do NOT have ATM’s on site. $2 discount is applied with a canned good donation. They’re also having “Soupy Sundays” where you can bring two cans of soup to get $6 off your ticket (MUST BE SOUP).

Don’t miss their “Lights Up” night on October 22, 6-6:45pm. The children get to go trick or treating through the (much less scary) Haunted Hall as well as getting a trip through our giant vortex tunnel! Cost is $5 per child, adults free. Mt. Healthy Haunted Hall is open on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from Sept. 29 to October 28, 2023.

Terror Town

1449 Greenbush Cobb Rd, Williamsburg, OH 45176

Be the folk in the lore at the Cincinnati area’s newest haunted attraction – Terror Town. Based in the 1800s, Terror Town includes a haunted trail, live music, interactive horror games, and more. Don’t miss their haunted decor retail section which includes all kinds of gruesome Halloween-themed things. All Hallows Eve Terror Town is recommended for those ages 16+.

They offer loads of special events – see the calendar here .

Open Fridays – Sundays starting Sept. 1, 2023. The season ends November 4, 2023.

Twisted Trails Haunted Attraction

5719 W. State Route 73, Wilmington, Ohio 45177

Head to Wilmington and see what’s in the woods! Even though this one is a haunted trail , I think you’ll agree it’s a great addition to our haunted houses in Cincinnati list. New in 2021 was their indoor haunted attraction: Muck Manor. Each ticket purchase includes admission to both Twisted Trails AND Muck Manor!

Open on Friday and Saturday nights, Sept. 29 – Oct. 28, 2023 from 7pm – 10:30pm.

USS Nightmare

101 Riverboat Row, Newport, Ky 41071

The USS Nightmare is a haunted house attraction built upon an actual steam-powered dredge boat located in Newport Kentucky on the Ohio River. Get your scare on with 2 decks of nightmarish fun.

Special Events include:

  • Lights on Matinee on October 22, 2023 from 4pm to 6pm
  • “Captain’s Extreme Tour” on Nov. 3-4, 2023

2023 dates: Sept. 15, 16, 22, 23, 28-30 and Thursdays-Sundays in October (+ Oct 30 and 31). Website

Wilmington Haunted Hollow Ride

1261 W. Dalton Rd., Wilmington, OH 45177

Go for a ride if you dare! Take a Haunted Bus Ride through a forest full of monsters, travel through an abandoned Rattlesnake Mine, and try to steer clear of Farmer Dave who is always on the lookout for new things to “sow”.

General admission includes multiple attractions: The Ride, Slaughter Hotel, Eville Asylum, and Terror in the Dark. Dates include Fridays and Saturdays, Sept. 23 – Oct. 28, 2023.

This haunted attraction is weather dependent and they instruct you to call ahead if raining (937-382-6147).

Plan Ahead: CASH ONLY! They do have an ATM on site and tickets can be purchased in advance / online.

Ghost Tours and Haunted Attractions (adults):

Haunted tours from american legacy tours.

Take a tour with American Legacy Tours and discover stories of murder, deceit, deaths, and lots of disturbing tales from Cincinnati’s, Newport’s, and Covington’s past. You’ll walk the grounds where human remains were recently unearthed, conjure up the paranormal activity that’s been measured in an abandoned cemetery, learn the details of unsolved crimes, and much more.

Choose from: The Queen City is Haunted Tour Newport is Haunted Tour The Nightmare on Elm Street Mt. Healthy is Haunted The Covington Haunted and Historic Tour Haunted tours start in September (Queen City, Newport, Covington, and Elm Street) and October (Mt. Healthy). Website

Limited Edition Seasonal Tours from The Brewing Heritage Trail

Join the Brewing Heritage Trail for The Darkside of Brewing Tour. Take this limited edition seasonal tour and learn about gruesome and macabre events from Cincinnati’s past. Grave robbing, a serial killing saloonist, and other murderous and deadly mayhem is explored on this new tour, which also includes a visit to an abandoned city street, overtaken by nature, as well as a flashlight tour of the underground cellar complex of the historic Jackson Brewery!

The Darkside of Brewing Tours are TBA for 2023

Haunted Attractions (family friendly):

The dent schoolhouse “lights on” version.

Experience what most consider the scariest haunted house is Cincinnati with the lights on. There will not be any actors inside. Kids can grab fun goodies and prizes throughout from some friendly ghouls.

Lights On is only offered on Sunday, October 22, 2023; 4-6pm

Haunted Village (family friendly, slight fright)

Heritage Village Museum will transform into a Haunted Village for a family-friendly, slight-fright event. The 19th century village inside Sharon Woods is the perfect setting for a spooky October evening!

Explore the Village while meeting ghosts, witches, and a fortune teller along the way. Walk through the haunted woods.  Enjoy balloon art, games, a creepy critter zoo, face painting, and more! Halloween costumes are encouraged for kids and adults and add to the family-friendly fun.

Admission is $15 at the door or $12 if you purchase online (through Oct. 6, 2023). Museum members and children under two are free. A Great Parks of Hamilton County motor vehicle pass may be required.

Open on October 13/14, and 20/21, 27/28, 2023 from 6pm to 10pm

Mt. Healthy Haunted Hall “Lights Up Night” Version

The “Lights Up” night is on October 22, 2023 6-6:45pm. The children get to go trick or treating through the (much less scary) Haunted Hall as well as getting a trip through our giant vortex tunnel! Cost is $5 per child, adults free.

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The Top 12 Scariest Haunted Houses in Cincinnati

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W e spoke with the King of Scream Noah Wulkotte—who runs the City Blood: Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana Haunt Reviews website ( ohioshaunted.com )—for his 12 scariest haunts.

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The Dent Schoolhouse

5963 Harrison Ave., Dent, dentschoolhouse.com

The hands-down scariest of Cincinnati’s haunts, local legend holds this red-brick schoolhouse saw some child murders in the ’50s—and holds residual spirits as proof.

Wulkotte says: “This haunt is full of high-tech animatronics and amazing detail that would make Walt Disney jealous.”

Scary level: True-Life Terror

USS Nightmare

101B Riverboat Row, Newport

Comprising two levels aboard the William S. Mitchell, a dredge boat with real-life death in its wake, USS Nightmare is an immersive, unforgettable haunt.

Wulkotte says: “Prepare to have the ship scared out of you. The rusty old boat is full of creatures beyond the grave and even a clown or two.”

Scary level: Fear Afloat

Sandyland Acres Haunted Hayride & Farmer’s Revenge

4172 Belleview Rd., Petersburg, Kentucky

This high-octane haunted hayride incorporates classic horror films to deliver an intense experience in rural northern Kentucky. And Farmer’s Revenge, the on-site haunted barn, keeps the fear going with a spooky funhouse and more.

Wulkotte says: “Sandyland Acres embodies the Halloween spirit. It’s frightfully fun.”

Scary level: Cornfield Carnage

Land of Illusion Haunted Scream Park

8762 Thomas Rd., Middletown

Peaceful Middletown, Ohio, scares up the nation’s biggest haunted experience with—count ’em— five haunted houses (maze clowns! phobia rooms!) and the award-winning Middletown Haunted Trail.

Wulkotte says: “When the sun goes down, you better be on the lookout for unspeakable creatures that will gobble you up.”

Scary level: Monstrous Melee in Middletown

Brimstone Haunt

525 Brimstone Rd., Wilmington

Pick your poison at Wilmington’s Brimstone Haunt. Take a hellish hayride through Brimstone Farm, experience foggy fear in the Forgotten Forest, get crazy with Psychosis, or (and?) evade the undead in Zombie Assault.

Wulkotte says: “Things go bump in the night at Brimstone Haunt—one of the area’s best haunted attractions.”

Scary level: From Scared Smiles to Really Vile

Wilmington Haunted Hollow Ride

1261 W. Dalton Rd., Wilmington

Take a ride in the maliciously modified school bus for a one-of-a-kind experience full of flaming semis, chainsaw maniacs, zombies, and other depraved, hellish scenes you have to see to believe.

Wulkotte says: “It’s fun, scary, and memorable to say the least.”

Scary level: Seriously Scarring

All Hallow’s Eve Terror Town

1449 Greenbush Cobb Rd., Williamsburg

Terror Town puts the “ghost” in ghost town, and the town’s trail is a grimly immersive scare. Wear a red band to catch buckets of blood or go gold for touch-free terror.

Wulkotte says: “This is an intense haunt beyond words and one you surely won’t forget this fall season.”

Scary level: Probably Traumatizing

Twisted Trails

5719 W. St. Rt 73, Wilmington

With witches, werewolves, and ghosts on the loose, Twisted Trails isn’t afraid to go old school with their scares.

Wulkotte says: “Twisted Trails features traditional characters and an array of scare scenes that are sure to put a chill down your spine.”

Scary level: Chilling & Thrilling

Kings Island Halloween Haunt

6300 Kings Island Dr., Kings Mills

Kings Island takes a spooky twist every Halloween with foggy paths, costumed performers, and frightfully fun stage shows and mazes.

Wulkotte says: “You never know what’s hiding in the darkness. Halloween Haunt offers a plethora of haunts that will appeal to a broad audience.”

Scary level: Frightful Family Fun

Horror Hike

28051 Moore Ln., West Harrison, Indiana

This half-mile nature hike is anything but peaceful, with psychopathic characters, murder scenes, and gore aplenty, all set amongst a wooded environment. Complete with a camp storyline and tons of actor-based scares.

Wulkotte says: “Horror Hike will play on your fear of the unknown.”

Scary level: Nature Nightmare

Nightmare Manor

1601 S. University Blvd., Ste. A, Middletown

With themed rooms, recognizable characters, and unpredictable frights, this old school haunt is sure to invade your dreams.

Wulkotte says: “Your true nightmare begins as you come face to face with your deepest and darkest fears. Movie monsters, crazy creatures, and intense scenes of mayhem await you.”

Scary level: Tried-and-True Thrills

Mt. Healthy Haunted Hall

7700 Seward Ave., Mt. Healthy, hauntedhallinfo.com

Opening for its 32nd Halloween, this one is Cincinnati’s longest-running haunt, with a new “Voyage of Fear” 2022 theme and the legendary dark maze.

Wulkotte says: “This classic horror house has scares around every corner. Scream your head off at Mt. Healthy Haunted Hall.”

Scary level: Classically Creepy

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History and horror collide in the Cincy Region. This fall we invite you to dive deep into the dark and eerie corners of Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. Uncover the creepiest haunted houses, Halloween activities , and haunting tours that will send shivers down your spine.

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The Dent Schoolhouse

The Dent Schoolhouse

Walking through school hallways can be scary enough, but they’re especially frightening at the Dent Schoolhouse . Located in an actual haunted school, there are spooky surprises lurking behind every corner. Don’t be late! Check dates and ticket prices online . Want to see how a haunted house is created? Go behind the scenes of the Dent Schoolhouse with a private tour . 

Terror Town

Prepare for spine-tingling scares at All Hallow’s Eve Terror Town Blue Skull Experience . Choose your own frightening encounter, Asylum, Penitentiary, or Witch's Hut, and face your worst nightmares. Intended for ages 18+; get your tickets online . 

Halloween Haunt

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Kings Island is more than summer fun in the sun and roller coasters. Head to Halloween Haunt for all of your favorite thrill rides plus some chills, with horrifyingly haunted attractions and terrifying creatures roaming the park. Check out the Halloween Haunt schedule and buy tickets online .

Land of Illusion: Haunted Scream Park

Haunted Scream Park

Be prepared to scream, panic, and even run for your life through the seven attractions at Land of Illusion: Haunted Scream Park. The frights begin as soon as you arrive and can last for hours as you are chased along the haunted trail, unnerved by Killer Klowns, feel your blood curdle inside Dr. Psycho's Haunted Estate, terrorized by mummies, and more if you can handle it. 

Brimstone Haunt

Lady Scary inside Psychosis at Brimstone Haunt

Try all four experiences at Brimstone Haunt for a truly terrifying night indoors and outdoors. The Haunted Hayride is the scary starting point at Brimstone Haunt good for ages 8+). Hike through the Forgotten Forest (13+), explore the dark maze of Psychosis (13+), and brave the apocalypse at Zombie Assault. Know before you go and check out the intensity level of these experiences on their website . 

Cincinnati Ghost Tours

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Take Flying Pig Tours' Buried Secrets ghost tour to learn about long-forgotten corpses, murderous rage, body snatching for medical dissection, and more on guided tours of various Cincinnati neighborhoods. Or explore various venues during a ghost hunt. 

Ghost Tours of Music Hall

Cincinnati's Music Hall is an icon; but did you know it is one of the most haunted places? Built upon the grounds of an old potter's field, Travel Channel lists Music Hall as one of the most terrifying places in America. This October, go behind the scenes and experience a spooky tour of Music Hall with the Cincinnati Research & Paranormal Studies team.

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Haunted historic walking tours by american legacy tours.

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Sandyland Acres Haunted Hayride

Sandyland Acres Haunted Hayride

This is no ordinary hayride. Climb aboard Sandyland Acres Haunted Hayride for a 25-minute bumpy and spooky trip down haunted memory lane witnessing the best of cinema's horror past and present. 

The USS Nightmare

USS Nightmare (photo: Alias Imaging)

Experience two decks and more than 30 minutes of terror at USS Nightmare , one of Cincy’s longest-running haunted tours in Newport. 

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This is no ordinary woods walk. The Forgotten Forest is a place shrouded in mystery. Many people have gone searching for answers to the unnatural events that occur in and around the forest but none have ever returned. Only the bravest should dare enter these trees and IF you make it back out, you will not be the same as when you went in.

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Around every dark corner awaits disturbing scenes of horror that will pull you further from reality. Get the yell scared out of you as you wind through the dark maze-like pathways trying to find a way out. Or surrender to the darkness and join the horror in a permanent state of Psychosis.

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The zombie apocalypse is here. The infection has spread to every corner of the globe and the future seems bleak. There is a small refugee camp nearby that has managed to fight off the hoard and is heavily reinforced. Board our armored bus with a group of fellow survivors and a small assault team who will protect you in transit to the camp and see if you can survive the zombie assault.

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Features Yuletide Village inside the Renaissance Festival plus Brimstone's Scary Little Christmas.

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It’s that time of year! The nights are crisp, and  Cincinnatians  are ready to check out all of the best local haunted attractions. Here, we have complied a list of Cincinnati favorites to make sure to check out between now and October 31!

The Dent Schoolhouse

Located in Dent, Ohio, this is a choice spot for West-siders to celebrate spooky festivities, and even East-siders are likely to make the long drive for this award-winning haunt. Open Thursday through Sunday until November 6, admission is $25 on Fridays and Saturdays and only $20 on Thursdays and Sundays. Also offered at the Dent Schoolhouse are Ghost Tours every Wednesday in October! This event negates the actors and props and instead gives a real, lights-off tour of the real hauntings of the Dent Schoolhouse!

Sandyland Acres

Also offering an award-winning experience, Sandyland Acres is a favorite and a hidden gem for  Northern Kentuckians . Located in Petersburg, Kentucky, this haunting in a farm-setting offers both a haunted hayride as well as a haunted barn experience, and guests can do both with a combination guest pass that can be purchased for $23. This attraction operates from 8 pm till midnight on Friday and Saturday nights until October 30.

The USS Nightmare

A longstanding Cincinnati tradition located at Newport on the Levee, this haunted ship has been offering spooky fun for nearly 25 years. This attraction gets a special recognition as being one of the longer haunted attractions, taking nearly 30 minutes to get through both decks of the scary dredge boat. The USS Nightmare operates from Wednesday to Sunday until October 31; hours are 7 pm until 11 pm, but open until 1 am on the weekends.

Wilmington Haunted Hollow Ride

Yet another award-winning attraction, the Wilmington Haunted Hollow Ride has been luring Cincinnati thrill-seekers to make the trek to Wilmington for years to be scared! At $5o per person for admission, the haunted bus ride has expanded over the years to also include the Eville Asylum, the Slaughter Hotel, and the Field of Terrors. Guests can enjoy the attractions from 7:30 pm until midnight every Friday and Saturday night in October.

All Hallows’ Eve Terror Town

Located in Williamsburg, Ohio, this attraction is set up to simulate a historical town. One of the newer attractions on the list, it offers something a little more extreme than some of the others: the option to be part of the scare. That’s right- for an upgraded admission, you can don a bracelet that allows the actors to capture you and be part of a scary plot of events. This option is not for the faint of heart, nor is it for anyone under the age of 18 (although the rest of the experiences are for spook-lovers of all ages). Admission is $25 for a basic pass, and $35 for the upgraded pass. Terror Town runs on Fridays and Saturdays until November 6 from 7 pm until 2 am.

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Make the best out of this year’s Halloween Season by venturing through the darkness on a Haunted Hay Ride. You’ll be sent on a frightening journey where you’re forced to sit and watch as the creatures come towards your wagon, their eyes fixated on potential victims – including you! And just because you’re moving, doesn’t necessarily mean you’re safe from the terror that awaits.

Experience the fear with some friends and head to one of Ohio’s hair-raising Haunted Hay Rides. You won’t want to miss out on all that’s in store during the Spooky Season! And remember, these aren’t your usual hay rides that feature a relaxing stroll – these rides will be infested with monsters of all kinds, eerie noises and screams of those around you. So hop aboard a Haunted Hay Ride this Halloween, that is, if you dare!

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PETERSBURG, KY — For the past 15 years, Sandyland Acres farm has delivered frights and Halloween delights with its haunted hayride.

Things got scary this year for the farm's owners and manager when it looked as if the hayride might not happen due to the COVID-19 pandemic, said Gene Webb, a manager at Sandyland Acres.

"The haunted attraction is all we really have now to keep the farm afloat," Webb said. "Up until probably a month before we planned our opening date, we kept . . . 'Are we going to open? Aren't we going to open?'"

The first haunted hayride through Sandyland Acres took place Sept. 18 and will continue through Halloween weekend.

Webb said the seasonal event became the farm's main source of income five years ago when Sandyland lost a contract to grow tobacco for cigarette maker Phillip Morris.

"We've definitely had to adjust and we put the stuff into the safety issues," he said of operating the hayride during the pandemic. "We are definitely mandatory, anywhere on the premises and on the hayride you have to wear a mask. Even though it is outdoors, practicing everything most businesses are doing right now."

Webb said turnout for each night of the hayride has been good so far and that people are observing safety rules.

"Everybody wants to get out," he said. "Just, you know, festivals and other stuff is closed this year. They're just wanting to get out."

Sandyland Acres is located at 4172 Belleview Rd. in Petersburg. For more information, including ticket prices and hours of operation, visit www.sandylandacres.com.

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A Cincinnati native who has lived in Kentucky for over 10 years, Andrea's heart belongs both in the Queen City and the Bluegrass State. After earning an education degree and working in that field for a number of years, Andrea began to pursue her passion for writing over 6 years ago. Since then she has written for a number of print and online publications, as well as published a children's book.

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Kentucky farms are beautiful places where people work hard, grow and raise produce and livestock, and live a lovely rural lifestyle. In the fall, some of these farms welcome guests for festivals, pumpkin patches, corn mazes, and even a variety of haunted attractions. Located in Petersburg and a favorite spooky event in Northern Kentucky, Sandyland Acres offers a haunted hayride in Kentucky that is as creepy as it is fun. Put on a hoodie, grab a few friends, and check out this Halloween attraction that’s worthy of a visit this season.

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You'll still be able to scream this Halloween, you just might have to do it with a mask on.

It's the spookiest time of the year and a pandemic isn't going to stop some local haunted houses from scaring people this fall.

Social distancing requirements will apply. Groups will have to be smaller and haunts will make sure you're completely alone with your group during your scare.

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine and the Ohio Department of Health released guidance on Sept. 18 for the best practices for Halloween, including trick-or-treating and haunted houses.

DeWine called hayrides and haunted houses problematic and strongly recommended that they be canceled or avoided.

DeWine shared the Halloween guidance on  coronavirus.ohio.gov.

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Here is how some local haunted houses are responding to the pandemic

Dent schoolhouse.

Dent Schoolhouse has been a Greater Cincinnati staple for more than 20 years. It was originally opened by the Boy Scouts as a charity haunt. The story is that a janitor murdered several children in an old schoolhouse. The janitor was never found.

Thousands of people visit each year and co-owner Bud Stross is hoping that this year is no different. However, "obviously, COVID-19 has thrown everyone a curveball here," he said.

There will be changes, especially because most of Dent Schoolhouse is an indoor haunt. Some portions of the haunt will be closed off this year.

All staff, including monsters, will be wearing masks. Guests will need to wear masks, too. Expect hand sanitizing stations, and guests will need to remain six feet apart. Monsters will also be socially distanced. The haunt will be zero-contact this year, so there will be no screens or claustrophobia bags this fall.

Staff will regularly and thoroughly clean the haunt, Stross said.

Attendance will be 50% less than normal and people are encouraged to buy tickets ahead of time. Stross expects the haunted house will sell out often.

"What's really changed us is how do you scare someone while still trying to maintain social distance? Because that's what this is all about, as well," Stross said.

Monsters will try to integrate their face masks into costumes.

"Obviously, we want to have a place where everyone can celebrate Halloween because this year's just going to be so bizarre," Stross said. "Everyone needs a little ray of sunshine and who would've thought it would be a haunted house opening?"

Dent Schoolhouse, 5963 Harrison Ave., 45248. Sept. 25-Nov. 4.  frightsite.com.

All Hallow's Eve Terror Town

Terror Town opened for the first time in 2019. Thousands of people visited the haunt during its opening month. 

"It's really better described as a haunted festival rather than a haunted house or haunted trail," said Matthew Hayden, one of the owners of Terror Town. The haunt is on the site of Old West Fest. There are saloons, an outdoor theater with nightly live performances and a variety of haunted trails.

This year, the storyline is about "cults" with a variety of stops. Terror Town is not for kids. "We really want to be terrifying. There are no light-hearted scares," Hayden said.

The especially brave can get a red bracelet experience, also known as the "touch pass," which allows the monsters, murderers and creatures to grab and touch guests in the park. This experience has been slightly adjusted due to the pandemic – the staff will not be able to do as much touching.

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"Last year, if you were wearing a red bracelet and you said 'no,' they'd drag you in anyway because you can always just take the bracelet off and throw it on the ground. This year, because of COVID, they can't wrestle with you, so it's going to be more of a tug on the shirt," Hayden said. 

Masks will still be required and social distancing requirements will be enforced.

"The fact that we're open air, that we have this huge great space to work with and so many things within it allows us to separate groups and still entertain them," Hayden said.

All Hallow's Eve Terror Town, 1449 Greenbush Cobb Road, Williamsburg, 45176. Sept. 4-Oct. 31.   allhallowsevellc.com.

Land of Illusion

The Land of Illusion Scream Park opened for the season Sept. 11. Like Terror Town, it could be called more of a haunted festival than a haunted house, due to multiple trails, houses and spaces for scares.

According to their website, Land of Illusion has six haunts this year, live music and a full bar.

The haunt recommends masks but will not require them. Staff will time different groups in order to prevent groups running into each other during attractions, the website states.

Land of Illusion, 8762 Thomas Road, Middletown, 45042. Sept. 11-Nov. 6. landofillusion.com.

Brimstone Haunt

This haunt is on the grounds of the Ohio Renaissance Festival, which was canceled this year due to the pandemic. But the haunt plans will go forward.

There are three different scare options. "The main attraction is the Brimstone Haunted Hayride and the hayride is fun for all age groups," said Cheryl Bucholtz, marketing director. Typically, around 30 people ride at once, but this year, due to the pandemic, 10 or fewer people will ride at one time.

There is also a "Forgotten Forest" trail and an indoor haunt called "Psychosis." Both will have limited attendance due to social distancing requirements. Masks are required. 

Hand sanitizer stations have been placed throughout the park. Brimstone's goal this year was to be able to scare guests from a distance. "It's not less interactive, just done in a very different way this year," Bucholtz said.

Brimstone Haunt, 472 Brimstone Road, Wilmington, 45177​​​​​​. S ept. 25-Nov. 1. brimstonehaunt.com.

The others?

  • Nightmare Manor will run Sept. 18-Oct. 31 at 1601 S. University Blvd., Suite A, Middletown.
  • Sandyland Acres Haunted Hayride will run  Sept. 18-Oct. 31 at Sandyland Acres, 4172 Belleview Road, Petersburg.
  • Kings Island's Halloween Haunt is not opening for the 2020 season. 
  • Highway 50 Frightfield is not opening for the 2020 season.
  • USS Nightmare has canceled the 2020 season. 

We will update this story with more information as it is released.

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