[2018] Haunted Houses, Mazes & Pumpkin Patches

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The pumpkin spice latte is back at Starbucks. We all know what that means….Autumn is here and Halloween is almost upon us! For exhilarating thrills and terrifying chills, or families in search of a kid-friendly fall fun, make sure you check out what Baltimore County, Maryland has to offer – you won’t be disappointed!

See some of the best rated haunted houses, pumpkin patches & more. Read on, if you dare 😈

 

*Some videos contain jump scares*

Best Rated Haunted Houses 

1. Bennett’s Curse

*note an address change from previous years*

Eastpoint Mall Entrance #5
7875A Eastpoint Mall 
Baltimore, MD 21224
Next to Shoppers World

Price: Starting at $35

This might be “the” haunted house attraction to see in Maryland. There are three attractions named Inferno 3D , Sanction of Insanity, and Medieval Underworld. Also see Legends of Halloween. These are brand new and must see attractions at their new location. Doors open at 7 pm. The theme is about what lies beneath in the underworld or hell. Lots of torture, dungeon cells, and diabolical instruments in rooms with incredible monsters. The attractions play well with this theme. Tickets are individual and combo priced for entry into all 4 attractions. Doors close at 11 pm on Friday and Saturday or 10 pm on other nights.


2. Terror Behind the Walls
Eastern State Penitentiary, 2027 Fairmount Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19130

Price: Starting at $19 if your purchase your ticket online, in advance


3. Markoff’s Haunted Forest
19120 Martinsburg Road, Dickerson, MD, 20842

Price: Starting at $15

—> buy tickets here: https://app.calleva.org/tickets/tickets.php

Markoff’s Biohazard opens September 29th.  It runs Friday and Saturday nights plus some Sunday nights. Advance tickets are around $25 online. Doors open at 7 pm. They also have a zip line and carnival rides available. They feature two trails of terror through their woods plus a number of games, concessions, and rides.

 

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4. Fright Factory
2200 South Swanson Street, Philadelphia, PA 19148
215-334-4678

 

Price: Starting at $15 when you purchase online.


5. Kim’s Krypt Haunted Mill
5932 Colonial Valley Road Spring Grove, PA 17362

Price: Starting at $14

–>Buyer tickets here: https://haunted-mill-scream-park.ticketleap.com/kims/

Kim’s has been operating for 25 years. Now at their Spring Grove location in PA.  Yes there really is a Kim. There are six scary attraction individually prices.  Buy and individual ticket for around $14 or save on a combo ticket package for $40 and up.  VIP options also available. Opening night has a big party. Attraction is open from 7 pm until 10:30 pm. Lots of history, great scares, guest celebrities and also hearse rides are available.

 


6. Field of Screams
4501 Olney Laytonsville Road Olney, MD 20832

Price: starting at $15 – $100

Field of Screams has four individually priced haunt attractions. The Trail of Terror is 35 minutes roaming the haunted forest where the farmer was once skinned alive by a werewolf. Lusion Manor is the haunted house. Hades Hayride goes through the evil grounds claimed by the underworld. Finally there is Paintball Apocalypse, a ride through zombie infected lands. Field of Screams doors open at 6:30 pm. Tickets range from $15 to $20 per attraction. There is a combo package available at discounted prices.


7. Frightland
309 Port Penn Road, Middletown, Delaware 19709

Price: Starting at $25, plus $5 parking

–> buy tickets here: http://frightland.com/tickets/

Frightland is a haunted attraction scream park located in Middletown, Delaware. Frightland is celebrating their 22nd season scaring and entertaining their guests! Featuring 8 unique and terrifying haunted attractions, including haunted houses, a hayride and more, Frightland has been named a “Scariest Haunted Attraction in America” by such international media outlets as ForbesHuffington Post and Travel Channel.

8. Legends of the Fog
500 Carsins Run Rd, Aberdeen, MD 21001
(443) 390-6900

—>buy tickets here: https://www.legendsofthefog.com/pricing

Legends opens starting on September 23rd.  When the fog came in the land changed. The attractions are Haunted Hayride, Sinister Circus, and Carsins Manor. Legends of the Fog runs on Friday and Saturday nights plus some Sunday nights. Tickets are $30 to go through the 3 haunted attractions. Doors open at 6:30 pm. Concessions stand is available on premises. This is one of the top 100 most popular haunt attractions in the country.


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Screamland Farms
7612 Willow Rd, Frederick, MD 21702
(301) 845-8099

Opens up on September 29th.  Cumberland Farms runs four attractions every Friday and Saturday night beginning. Doors open at 7 pm. Tickets are $15 for one attraction, $28 for two. Corrupted Corn features inbred misfits, psychic clowns, snake handlers, and lots of bugs and rats. Hayride of Horrors is about zombie carnage. The Barn of Bedlam was an insane asylum that held Hannibal the Cannibal and Chainsaw Charlie. Since their escape it is just a bloodbath. Cumberland also runs many daytime activities in the fall including their corn maze, giant slides, playground, cart track, and Zombie Paintball.


The Cox’s Point Haunted Mansion
820 Riverside Drive, Essex, MD 21221

Cox’s Point has a long history in the Maryland area. It has been running since 1968. They advertise as the oldest non-profit haunted house in the country. Tickets are $10. This Maryland Haunted House operates from 7 pm until 11 pm. They are open Friday and Saturday nights.

The Haunted Dungeon
9600 North Point Rd, Fort Howard, MD

(443) 216-9001

Season begins on September 29th.  Doors are open from 6 pm until 11 pm every Friday and Saturday in October. This has been a local haunt for over 30 years that just keeps getting better and more scary. It takes well over one hour to tour the haunt that includes a walk through a terrifying woods, a step into the world of dungeons, and across a historical battlefield that dates back to 1812. Expect to meet the likes of Michael Myers, Freddy Krueger, and Hannibal Lector. Maybe even a clown or possessed doll awaits you. Definitely a fun adult experience. They also have food, drinks, hot chocolate, and kids things to do including trick or treat and not so scary fun times for kids on certain nights.  Tickets only $15.


Chesapeake Woods Massacre
2859 Augustine Herman Hwy, Chesapeake City, MD 21915
(443) 350-5097

Attraction is open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Doors open at 7 pm. They feature over an hour of terror for around $10.


Creekside Manor Haunted House
11759 Snug Harbor Lane, Williamsport, MD 21795
301-223-7571

Opening night is September 29th.  Creekside Manor is open Friday and Saturday nights through Halloween. There are 16 rooms of terror. Come see what Mabel has in store for you. The zombies are the security to keep the wolves at bay. A most unusual place indeed. Doors open at 7:30 pm.


Fright Fest at Six Flags America
13710 Central Ave, Upper Marlboro, MD 20721
(301) 249-1500

Opening night is September 30th.  Fright Fest is the weekend Halloween event at Six Flags America. Ticket prices vary but generally are around $41 – 56 for admission. As you might expect in a park this size there are multiple entertainment options. Entertainment includes Blood Moon stunt terror, theater or Magic, and Dead Man’s Party. There are many haunt attractions such as Voodoo Curse, Necroville, Spider Outbreak, Haunting of Hall Manor, Twisted Fair Tales, and many more. Most of the fantastic rides have been re-themed for this event.


Nightmares from Elmridge
5400 East Dr, Arbutus, MD 21227

Nightmares from Elmridge has operated for 16 years. They are open rain or shine. Dates are Friday and Saturday nights starting mid-October. Doors are open from 7 pm until 11 pm.  Kind of an underground haunted house in downtown Arbutus.

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Baltimore County, Maryland Mazes

Carroll County Agriculture Center 
706 Agricultural Center Dr, Westminster, MD 21157

Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for kids ages 3-12.


Maryland Sunrise Farm 
100 Dairy Lane, Gambrills, MD 21054

Enchanted evening children’s maze at night. Hay-wagon rides, corn hole, hay maze, cow trains and horse rides. Open Saturdays and Sundays from mid-September into early-November.


Cornfusion Corn Maze
2020 Garrett Road, Manchester, MD 21102

Dozens of fall activities including pumpkin slingshot, pedal race cars, corn cannons, straw jump, face painting and play area.  The address is  It is about 44 miles north of downtown Baltimore.


Rodgers Farms
1818 Greenspring Valley Road, Stevenson, MD

Pick your own pumpkins from their patch. Hayrides are included in the admission cost. Farm animal zoo includes sheep, cows, pigs and more. Get lost in their cornfield maze or try it at night during the two night flashlight maze. Mini maze with hay bales for young children, corn sandbox and hay play area.  Rodgers’ Farm is a family owned and operated farm opened at North Run Farm in 2002.  Past maze themes include Baltimore Orioles (2013), War of 1812 (2012), and Conquer the Crab (2011).  Open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Farm admission and hayride are $5-7. Add $1 for the maze.

Harford County, Maryland Mazes

Applewood Farm 
4435 Prospect Road, Whiteford, MD 21160

A 100 acre farm on the Mason-Dixon line. Pumpkin picking on weekends in October with hay rides, petting zoo, corn maze, lawn bowling and pedal tractors. Located north of Bel Air near the Pennsylvania border.


Brad’s Produce 
550 Asbury Road, Churchville, MD 21028

A fall festival, pumpkin picking, hayrides and cornfield maze open daily from the middle of September until Halloween.  One night only flashlight maze.


Gast Family Farms 
3957 Old Federal Hill Road, Jarrettsville, MD 21084

They hold an annual fall festival on Saturdays and Sundays from late September through late October. Hayrides, corn maze, kids hay maze (for little ones), face painting, pumpkin painting, pumpkin bowling and wooden train at a price of $2.00 per family member. Located about 9 miles northwest of Bel Air.


Kilby Cream
129 Strohmaier Lane, Rising Sun, MD 21911

Maze opened September 6, 2014. An 8 acre corn maze taking at least 45 minutes to navigate the path to the exit. Past themes included Kilby Cream Dairy Truck (2013), Castle (2012) and Dueling Pirate Ships (2011).


Milburn Orchards
1495 Appleton Rd, Elkton, MD 21921

Opens September 13, 2014. Fall festival weekend includes corn maze, hay ride, barnyard animals, playground. A fourth generation family owned and operated farm since 1902.


Hawks Hill Creamery
805 Highland Road, Street, MD 21154

Farm was established in 1924 as a dairy farm. Hawks Hill Creamery was founded in 2004. Pick your own pumpkin fest on weekends in October. Kid friendly corn maze, hay rides, flashlight maze, wagon train, scarecrow making, face and pumpkin painting.

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Applewood Farm 
4435 Prospect Road, Whiteford, MD 21160

A 100 acre farm on the Mason-Dixon line. Pumpkin picking on weekends in October with hay rides, petting zoo, corn maze, lawn bowling and pedal tractors. Located north of Bel Air near the Pennsylvania border.


Gast Family Farms
3957 Old Federal Hill Road, Jarrettsville, MD 21084

They hold an annual fall festival on Saturdays and Sundays from late September through late October. Hayrides, corn maze, kids hay maze (for little ones), face painting, pumpkin painting, pumpkin bowling and wooden train at a price of $2.00 per family member. Located about 9 miles northwest of Bel Air.


Harman’s Farm Market
2633 Churchville Rd., Churchville, MD 21028

During the fall harvest, they offer weekend hayrides, pumpkin picking patch, straw maze and other farm fun. Located between Bel Air and Havre de Grace. Their address is . It is located about 4 miles east of Bel Air


Shaw Orchards 
5594 Norrisville, Rd., White Hall, MD

Their family farm has been producing fruits and vegetables on the Mason-Dixon line for more than 100 years. Pumpkin picking, apple picking and hayrides in the fall. Pumpkin season generally starts in late September and ends in November. Hayrides are $6 each with a pumpkin included. Apple cider is available, pressed locally exclusively for their farm. There are also fall decorations available in the Farm Market.


Hawks Hill Creamery
805 Highland Road, Street, MD 21154

Highland Heights Farm was established in 1924 as a dairy farm. Hawks Hill Creamery was founded in 2004. Pick your own pumpkin fest on weekends in October. Kid friendly corn maze, hay rides, flashlight maze, wagon train, scarecrow making, face and pumpkin painting.


Jones Family Farm Pumpkin Patch
2100 Philadelphia Road, Edgewood, MD 21040

A pick your own produce farm for strawberries and pumpkins. Pumpkin picking is available in September and October.


Brad’s Produce
550 Asbury Road, Churchville, MD 21028

A fall festival, pumpkin picking, hayrides and cornfield maze open daily from the middle of September until Halloween. One night only flashlight maze. Located between Bel Air and Havre de Grace.

Baugher’s Orchard
1015 Baugher Road, Westminster, MD 21158

This farm has been operating in Carroll County for more than 100 years. The fall harvest festival is every weekend in October and includes pick your own pumpkin patch, apple picking, face painting, pumpkin bounce, pony rides and home made ice cream. Petting zoo has llamas, alpacas and farm livestock to pet and feed. Their cider mill was built in 1986 and presses only locally grown apples. Farm Market has pies, homemade fudge, ice cream, fresh produce and merchandise.


Bowles Farms, LLC
22880 Budds Creek Road, Clements, MD 20624

A Southern Maryland pumpkin patch and corn maze offering a variety of other fall farm fun including petting zoo and children’s play area. Barrel rides, corn boxes, straw jumping pits, slides, straw maze, Farm admission is $10 per person. Cash or check only – there is an ATM on site. Open to the public on Saturday and Sunday.


Brookfield Pumpkins
8302 Ramsburg Road, Thurmont, MD 21788

Pick your own from the 13 acre pumpkin field late September through Halloween. Free hayrides to the patch Friday through Sunday. Enjoy their 6 acre Corn Maze for the Cure. Petting zoo, corn table and face painting (weekends, additional cost). Located only five miles north of Frederick.

Butler’s Orchard
22200 Davis Mill Road, Germantown, MD 20876

They have been hosting their pumpkin festival with pick your own pumpkins for more than thirty years. Pumpkins available up to 80+ pounds at a price of 65 cents per pound. Free activities include tractor driven hayrides, spider web, corn box, corn hole, giant slides, straw maze, pedal tractors and playground. Additional fee for pony rides, face painting kids crafts and pumpkin cannon (select days). Available food includes caramel apples, apple cider donuts and more.


Celebration Farm
17638 Garden View Road, Hagerstown, MD 21740

Open weekends starting the first weekend in September and running through October. Enjoy their u-pick pumpkins and 8-Acre Corn Maze. Bring your flashlight to try the Moonlight Maze on Friday and Saturday nights. Admission price is $3-6 with pull wagon rentals $5.


Crumland Farms
7612 Willow Road, Frederick, MD 21702

John and Lib Crum started Crumland Farms in 1940 and grew it as a dairy farm. Now run by their son Denny and his wife, Crumland is a working farm growing crops instead of cows. Enjoy the pick your own pumpkin patch, Mazey the Cow corn maze, and the Haunt at Screamland Farms.

Jumbo’s Pumpkin Patch
6521 Holter Road, Middletown, MD 21769

Jumbo’s has pick your own pumpkins, hayrides, pony rides and a petting zoo. The Cosmic Corn Maze is also located on their 131 acre farm in Middletown Valley. They have 30 acres of pick your own pumpkins and a 14 acre corn maze. They are open from the middle of September through October 31st.

Larriland Farm
2415 Woodbine Road, Woodbine, MD 21797

A family owned and operated pick your own farm in Western Howard County operating since 1973 that has 16 acres of apples and 15-20 acres of vegetables including pumpkins. Thousand of pumpkins available in their field. Enjoy a glass of fresh apple cider. A 20 minute tractor drawn hayride is offered on Saturdays and Sundays (per person fee). Open Tuesday through Sunday in October, plus Columbus Day.


Mayne’s Tree Farm
3420 Buckeystown Pike, Buckeystown, MD

Patch open daily in October. Hayrides, moon bounce, straw jumpin, scarecrow making, face painting (weekends), pumpkin sling shot and antique tractor display. They also have a corn maze and apple cider. Located just 6 miles south of Frederick.


Middleton’s Cedar Hill Farm 
13130 Cedar Hill Place, Waldorf, MD 20601

Take a 30 minute hayride to the pumpkin patch at this 300 acre family farm run by the Middleton family. It has an eight acre corn field maze and 1.5 acre kid’s maze for those who like to get lost. Kid’s can also play in the corn boxes or visit with the farm animals.

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Use this map to plan out your evening of the most spookiest haunts, terrifying chills and exhilarating thrills to one of many Maryland Haunted Houses, or a kid-friendly trip to a maze or pumpkin patch!

 

 

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