There’re strange noises coming from the woods. Unexplained sightings. Crackling laughter. Pounding sounds. Howls of surprise. The Haunted Forest is coming alive….

 

Listen…is that screams? Or, maybe it’s a chainsaw.

Shhh….

There are legends about that Forest. Legends best told in bright daylight. Because, it’s true…

Nightmares do come to life.

Are you ready?

Come join us for The Haunted Forest 2022! This year we are providing a new opportunity for businesses, organizations, or anybody to join in the fun by supporting our Forest. You can be a Forest Sponsor! Help the community while having a little fun! Click here for more details!

 

Here’s our Bootiful sponsors! Show them a lot of love and much appreciation for their generosity! Click on their name to find out more about them!

Vance Painting

NC Manlift

Audie John

Daisy Boutique

Phantom FX

Fire Logistics

Santiago Insurance Group

Abstract Art by Linda

Fowler’s Plumbing

Want to join in the fun and be a sponsor? Send us your contact information and we’ll get in touch! Email: hawfields.civitan.nc@gmail.com

What

It’s about a 30-minute stroll through the woods, depending on how much time you spend frozen in place or trying to run away. There are different scenes of horror with ghouls and zombies. And, clowns.  Lots of clowns.  At the end, there’s the infamous Dark Maze. That could take you five minutes or three hours.  How good are you at finding your way through the dark, guided by air horns, chainsaws, and other helpful things?   Don’t worry…we make sure the building is empty before we leave for the night.

For the little kiddies, we hold a No Scare event on Saturday afternoons.  Nothing scary, just lots of fun.

When

This year we will be open in October as follows:

7:00pm – 11:00pm – 14, 15, 21, 22, 28, 29

7:00pm – 10:00pm – 31

Admissions is $12.00/person

No Scare: 2:00pm – 4:00pm – 15, 22, 29

Admission is $2.00/person

Why

Hawfields Civitan is a local volunteer service club and the Haunted Forest is one of our main fundraisers.  The money is used to provide equipment for the little league teams, maintain the ballpark and walking trails, aid various groups in the community, and invest in research for development disabilities.

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