Hell’s Hollow Haunt will be closed for the 2020 season. 

Due to the covid restrictions of social distancing and public group numbers we feel that we would not be able to offer our guests the quality of the expected entertainment experience that we have offered for the last 8 years in business.

See you in 2021, BIGGER AND BETTER than ever!

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The Bloody Barn has 3 floors of scares in the original 1872 haunted barn. Terrifying frights await you around every dark corner... 

If you make it out, it's time for The Haunted Haywagon of Horror...25 minutes through the truly desolate forest of Hell's Hollow. Make sure they don't get you... 


The Legend...

At this place called “Hell's Hollow," a legend is told, to this day, of an Indian named Harthegig who mysteriously disappeared one late October night.

Harthegig was a mean and angry Indian who would agitate all around him. Nine years after his disappearance, a skeleton was found. Believing the skeleton to be Harthegig, a murder was suspected. His spirit has since lingered in the Hollow, possibly the culprit of the strange sounds, especially vocal on dark and stormy nights.

Spirit Falls was named after many folks reported hearing moans, groans, laughter, and screams coming from the falls. His uneasy spirit flits about and makes hideous noises, even heard above the howling winds, as he cannot rest, and returns nightly to haunt the scene of the crime.

Are you afraid of the dark? Harthegig is waiting for you...