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Maryland's Attraction of the Year

Looking for Maryland's best Halloween Fun? Then you'll want to check out our Haunted Hall of Fame, featuring Maryland's Favorite Haunted Houses from years past! MarylandHauntedHouses.com's Attraction of the Year winners were voted on by thrill seekers like YOU - so you know they're a ton of fun, and packed with big scares!

Do you know of an amazing Maryland haunt that you think should be in MarylandHauntedHouses.com's Haunted Hall of Fame? Make sure to leave them a review on this site! The more reviews a haunt has the better the chances of being nominated Haunt of the Year.

Did you visit one of our haunted attractions and really enjoyed it? Then leave us some feedback to help us determine our Maryland Attraction of the Year!


  • 2016 Winner
  • Laurel's House of Horror
    Laurel, MD

    Venture through a theater filled with horrifying scenes from your very favorite Horror flicks!

  • 2016 Nominees
  • 301 Devil's Playground
    Galena, MD

    Take on two haunted attractions at 301 Devil's Playground, including The Barn of Torture and House of Hell. There's also a Zombie Paintball Ride!

  • Vampire Manor
    Bel Alton, MD

    This charity haunt first began delivering scares in 1989 as a fundraiser, and is now owned and operated by Charles County Dive Rescue, Inc. What better way to enjoy some scares than to support a great cause at the same time?

  • Station 7 Terror Trail
    Gambrills, MD

    This charity haunt supports the Arundle Volunteer Fire Department and offers s Terror Trail, along with fun activities for the little ones, too!

  • Zombies at the Zoo
    Rising Sun, MD

    At Zombies at the Zoo, haunt goers can take on the Haunted Woods, Jimmies Screamin' Hayride, Fright Maze and a two hour Paranormal Investigation in the Old Mill!


Haunt Owners: "Haunt of the Year" badges are Available in the Haunt Owner area. Log in now or contact us for info.