Northeast Park’s Haunted Trail is simply spooktacular

Reviewed by Sabrina Otero
Times-News correspondent

   GIBSONVILLE — Spiders, chain saws and grim reapers are just some of the frights that await you at Northeast Park’s fifth annual Haunted Trail. The entrance fee is $5 a person. If you’re looking for an inexpensive way to experience a great Halloween scare with friends, then this is one event you don’t want to miss.

This is just a sample of what awaits you inside Northeast Park's Haunted Trail. / Photo submitted by Northeast Park

Inside the attraction, you’ll encounter nightmarish terrors such as a dark tunnels, a series of hanging bodies, undead folk and much more. Some of the more memorable characters include an angry ax-wielding bride who sporadically screeches “It seems you’ve met my ex-husbands” and an eerie blind fortune teller who cautions you to “beware of rats — they aim for your eyes.” Even the most daring of visitors are sure to flinch upon witnessing some of their more creative sets and the live actors, which seem to appear unexpectedly throughout the walk.

   The trail is located at 4010 High Rock Road and takes 20 minutes to complete. Hours are 7:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 27, through Monday, Oct. 31. For more details, call (336)  375-7722 or visit and click on Haunted Trail.

 Sabrina Otero is a freshman at Western Alamance High School and a Teens & Twenties writer.

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