Spookywoods Haunted Attraction started by a dare of teenagers in 1985 to go into an abandon farm house when the founder Tony Wohlgemuth was 15 years old. After getting a good scare from a family of bats they decided to make a haunted house that fall. The haunted attraction now takes over the majority of the 60 acre farm after almost 3 decades of growth. Kersey Valley has a year round team of artist and builders with a passion for creating fresh new experiences each fall.A visit to Kersey Valley Spooky Woods represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Archdale road trip site to plot your vacation.
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Kersey Valley Spooky Woods Reviews
You just cannot beat this place! Kersey Valley works so hard to put together an excellent haunted trail/house experience and we are never disappointed. This year we took our 13 year old daughter for t... more »
Spookywoods is a great place to go for a Halloween experience. Very professionally operated with commercial grade Concession stands and bathroom facilities. Spooks and scares around every corner. more »
My husband and I had our first date to Spookywoods in 2009, and have returned every year since. Last year and this year we took our pre-teenage girls, creating a tradition they now love! Every year th... more »
The employees at the gate were the beginning of the fun. Once you get in line to begin the experience, the excitement starts to build... and then you are let inside. They had updated most of the venue for a whole new feeling. Cannot wait to go back next Halloween!!
Absolutely awesome! This was my first time and man was it great. The characters looked so realistic. I'm not a fan of scary stuff, but it was a controlled thriller if that makes any sense. I'm pretty cheap overall and I think 30 bucks was well spent. Very professional overall, clean restrooms, extremely dedicated employees, and cool shops. A definite must do, you will not be disappointed.
I went to Spookywoods about 9yrs ago and had a blast. So I was excited to go back. I had gone to a competitor the previous week and was interested in comparing the two. It was fun, and a little scary, but NOT what I was expecting. There was a lot of walking around with no scares. Just looking at things and nothing going on. The set ups were nice, good quality, but you’re expecting cast members to be there to scare you... and there was a lot of dead space. Plus, unless you want to wait in long lines, get the all access. We bought the VIP, and all it did was bypass the first line. There are like 5 more lines you have to wait through. And he all access skips to the front of all of them. IMHO Woods of Terror was far better.
I absolutely love Spookywoods. It’s an all-star in the haunt game on the Easy Coast! Every year I bring a new “virgin” who is incredibly impressed with the whole operation, from make-up to special effect to the crazy cool sets. Tony does an outstanding job! Sadly, this year I tumbled over a chair that was left in a passageway. I don’t think it was intentional ~ if it was I’d highly suggest rethinking that. Had to go to Urgent Care today for X-rays. Pretty sure nothing is broken, but I definitely hyper/extended my left arm and suffered deep bruises and multiple cuts and scrapes. I’ll be sore for a good while. Could’ve been much worse. Still love Spookywoods. And the Immediate Access pass was a life saver.
We have been going to Spookywoods for years and I believe this was the best one ever. I can't believe everyone got a laser gun to shoot at stuff in the corn field, that was awesome. The laser room was my favorite but everything was great and had so much detail. The characters were crazy fun and very interactive. I highly recommend Spookywoods for a fun night out and definitely get the VIP ticket and apple cider donuts! We can't wait to see what Spookywoods will bring next year!!!
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