Only One Weekend Left to Hit These Haunted Attractions in New Hampshire and Maine
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It's sad to say, but the spooky season is almost over. With Halloween coming up next week, there is little time left to do all the spooky things that you wanted to do this October. Luckily, there is still one weekend left for you to hit these located haunted attractions in Maine and New Hampshire.
Haunted houses, amusement parks, terror trails, and more. Maine and New Hampshire have it all. Do you dare enter? Note that some of these attractions can be scarier than others (at some of them, scare actors are able to actually touch you). Of course, just like any event or attraction, some are not best suited for young children.
If you want to take advantage of the last weekend before Halloween, you can with these 8 attractions.
Haunted Attractions in New Hampshire
Located in Nashua, Fright Kingdom offers 5 haunted houses as well as a museum. This weekend will be the last "normal" weekend that Fright Kingdom will be open for the Halloween season. Next weekend, the lights will go out as they hold an "in the dark" attraction where you may be touched.
You can visit Screeemfest at Canobie Lake Park in Salem, New Hampshire. This weekend is the last weekend that they will be open. What makes Screeemfest different? Well, Canobie Lake Park is also an amusement park so there is much more to do than just going into one of their 5 haunted houses.
Located in Lee, Haunted Overload will have their last days of the season this Thursday-Sunday, and on Halloween they will hold a "lights out" event. Be prepared for twisted creatures waiting for you in a forest.
Spooky World in Litchfield is actually not closing this weekend, but it would not be fair to leave it out. Two more creature-filled weekends await you at Spooky World with roaming creatures and 4 haunted houses.
Haunted Attractions in Maine
Fright at the Fort
Located at Fort Knox in Prospect, Fright at the Fort will have you running in terror as scare actors jump out at you at this haunted location.
Farmington Fright Fest
Farmington Fright Fest is located in Farmington and will be open on Friday and Saturday this week along with a "black out" event on Sunday. For one price, you will be able to venture thru three different attractions before they close for the season.
Haunted Grandview Manor
Located in Lebanon, Haunted Grandview Manor offers a variety of experiences. Although this weekend is the last weekend that you can go this season, Haunted Grandview Manor is offering "no scare days" and "full scare nights."
Trail of Terror
Behind Aquaboggan Water Park in Saco, lies Trail of Terror. Take a walk in the dark through the woods while trying not to let out a big scream.