Little Green Pig’s “Treatbag” — For a more dramatic, interactive experience by fantastic, local actors.
Spooky Woods — It’s one, long experience through multiple houses, a corn field, tractor rides, etc. Dress warmly and be prepared to wait in line an hour to get in.
Haunted Forest at Panic Point — Multiple attractions, most of them outside. You’ll walk a lot, and stand in lines, but there were some moments last year that were the scariest I experienced at any attraction. This place draws more high school kids than others, so you’ll get some fun people watching: boys trying to be tough, packs of girls screaming their heads off. As with others, dress warm.
Clayton Fear Farm — This farm in Clayton has been doing the haunted house things for years and each year it gets better. I like it for the hometown vibe, and the high school kids working there are clearly having a blast. It’s not the scariest, but it’s not for little kids, either. The setup is multiple, separate houses/events, and they’re all fun. Don’t miss the hayride.
Woods of Terror — In north Greensboro, this one is one, big haunted houses. A bit smaller than Spooky Woods, but good quality. There’s a room that feels like you’re right in the Texas Chainsaw Massacre.
Hollywood Horror Show — Out in Snow Camp, this one is run by someone who has done effects in actual horror movies. It’s one, long attraction, and the quality is just amazing. Staffed by adults and high school kids, this one is a great choice.