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Maryland Haunted Houses

Maryland has some creepy Haunted Halloween Houses. Some are suitable for little kids and others are for preteens and above. We’ve added a scary ranking of 1-10, with 10 being scariest and 1 being the most kid-friendly. However, you can also call before you head out, just to be sure.

Enjoy more fun this season at Maryland pumpkin patches and corn mazes. Also, take the family to these Maryland Fall fairs, festivals and carnivals for great food and crafts.

Updated for 2022

Anne Arundel County

Halloween Happening Haunted Barn and Hayrides

Scary rating: 5
Oct. 14-16, 21-23 & 28; 7pm-10pm.
Scare up some thrills and chills at this haunted house and haunted maze and haunted hayride.
Anne Arundel County Fairgrounds, Crownsville. 

Baltimore County

Fort Howard Haunted Dungeons

Scary rating: 7
Weekends in October; Opens at dark.
1-2 hour walking tour includes walks through haunted woods, military bunkers and more. Call 443-216-9001 in inclement weather to check open times. Check the Facebook page for up to date information.
9500 North Point Rd, Fort Howard

Bennett’s Curse

Scary rating: 10
Open Fridays through Sundays starting September 30; Hours depend on the day
November 5 is Black Out Night where you navigate the Haunted House in complete darkness! Four terrifying haunted houses all under one roof
7875A Eastpoint Mall, Baltimore. 

Charles County

Cornstalkers Trail of Terror

Scary rating: 10
Open Fridays through Sundays starting October 1 to November 5 plus October 31; Hours depend on the day
Recommended for ages 13 and up. Five Attractions include The Asylum, The Barnyard, Cornstalker’s Trail, Graves Farmhouse, and Hillbilly Homestead. 
Blue Crabs Stadium, 11765 St. Linus Drive, Waldorf. 

Harford County

Legends of the Fog

Scary rating: 10
Open Fridays through Sundays starting September 30 to November 5; Hours depend on the day
Features Haunted hayride, the Farewell Hotel, Cornstalkers Haunted Maze and the Slaughterhouse. Blackout weekend is November 4-5.
500 Carsins Run Rd, Aberdeen.

Montgomery County

Field of Screams

Scary rating: 10
Open select dates starting September 24, then open Thursdays through Sundays starting October 7-30, including October 31; Hours depend on the day
Attractions include Haunted trail, Trail of Terror, Slaughter Factory and Carnival Town Games. Not recommended for children under 13.  Must purchase tickets online, no onsite ticket sales.
4501 Olney Laytonsville Rd., Olney. 

Markoff’s Haunted Forest

Scary rating: 10 
Open select dates starting September 30, then open Fridays through Sundays starting October 7-30, including October 31; Hours depend on the day.
Featuring Cursed Village, the Haunted Trail, The Town as well as bonfires, food and more. 19120 Martinsburg Rd., Dickerson. 

Prince George’s County

Laurel’s House of Horror

Scary rating: 10
Open Fridays through Saturdays starting September 23 to October1, then open Fridays-Sundays from October 7 to November 5 with some other select dates; Hours depend on the day
Built inside of an abandoned movie theatre featuring escape rooms, haunted house and paranormal tours.
371 Armstrong Ave., Laurel. 

Fright Fest at Six Flags

Scary rating: Varies (though suggested not appropriate for ages 13 and under). Select nights starting September 24 through October 30; Hours vary.
Features Scare Zones, haunted attractions, shows and a variety of rides open at night. More family friendly events during the day at their Kids BOO Fest.
Six Flags America, Upper Marlboro.

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