Huston’s Haunted Hollow

126 Woodland Road, Rockwood, PA 15557

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The Haunted Hollow is a Somerset Halloween tradition, with 2017 marking 21 Years of Fear! The attraction was originally made up of the “Haunted House” and “Hayride of Horror and Evil Forest”. These days, they have expanded into 5 attractions (one more than in 2016): “The Walls”, “Twisted Circus”, “Dead End Cornfield”, HollowWood Haunted Hayride” and finally “Haunted Hayride and Toxic Swamp Walk”. Three are new, replacing “Haunted Boarding House” and “Twisted Barn 4D”, and two are returning favorites. Call to reserve a bonfire spot.

2017 Dates & Times:
Fridays and Saturdays in October (including 9/29-30), 6:30pm till 10:00 pm.
Opening Day: September 29th

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