If you have 31 days' worth of the scariest movies the streaming services can offer already programmed on your device to harken the first day of October, this list is for you. Baldwin County has had …
If you have 31 days' worth of the scariest movies the streaming services can offer already programmed on your device to harken the first day of October, this list is for you. Baldwin County has had its share of scream-themed attractions over the years but 2022 welcomes three new terrifying experiences to push you to the edge of reason. Tread carefully.
The Dark Woods Haunted Forest
The Dark Woods present Chamber of Nightmares in Robertsdale, a scary experience for you this season that runs every weekend in October. Tickets start at $15 each. Visit hauntpay.com to purchase tickets and for more information.
The Living Dead Haunted Attraction
The dead have returned and if you are unlucky enough to find yourself in Robetsdale, they may come for you. This new event is at the Baldwin County Fairgrounds in Robertsdale and costs $25 a ticket. For more information and ticket purchases visit livingdeadhaunt.com.
This Halloween, test your limits as you walk through three twisted scare zones. This annual scare can be found at OWA in Foley every weekend in October. Cost is $19.99 per person. Visit visitowa.com for more information and tickets.
Graham Creek's Haunted Forest
Revisit your childhood nightmares while walking through the forest at Graham Creek Nature Preserve. The trail is open select days in October and tickets are $20. Especially extra scares can be had with the deluxe experience for $40 a person. Children ages 14 and under must be accompanied by a paying adult. Visit hauntpay.com to purchase tickets and more information.