Pennsylvania Top Haunt: Fright Farm
29 years of growing evil.
Some of the best haunted horror attractions are ones that are all-inclusive in their activities. Fright Farm located in rural Smithfield, Pennsylvania is the absolute best one for that area of the state which includes live musical acts, carnival-style treats, and Halloween marketplace. The highlight attraction is the Hayride of No Return, as the ride takes its victims on a terrifying trip through the lone dark backroads that are infested with creatures and ghouls of every type.
Braving through the haunted Hallow Grounds attraction, the Frightmare Mansion is a fearful three story abode of the damned that will challenge the bravery of the most veteran haunted attraction goer. Loaded state of the art special effects and over-the-top ghouls push this haunt as a must visit for any horror fan.
FrightFind It: Fright Farm in Smithfield, PA
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