South Carolina's Attraction of the Year
Looking for South Carolina's best Halloween Fun? Then you'll want to check out our Haunted Hall of Fame, featuring South Carolina's Favorite Haunted Houses from years past! SouthCarolinaHauntedHouses.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 South Carolina haunt that you think should be in SouthCarolinaHauntedHouses.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.
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- 2016 Winners
- Haunted Woods
Do you have what it takes to venture through the Haunted Woods of Clinton? Be prepared as you take each step, as you never know who you may come face to face with!
- Trail of Terror
Thrill seekers will begin their haunting adventure on a hayride that takes them into the haunted woods, before entering the Trail of Terror!
- 2016 Nominees
- Dark Knight's Terror Trail
Featuring three haunted attractions at one great location, thrill seekers can take on the Indoor Guided Trail, Outdoor Guided Trail and Zombie Zone!
- Kreepy Hollow
This two-story haunted attraction features a horrifying haunted house, a 2 mile hayride and Zombie Breakout, where you can test your shooting skills!
- Deceased Farm
Take a trip through a 3D nightmare before being transported to a dark and desolate farm that features two acres of horrifying cornfields!
- Fear Farm
Featuring 8,000 square feet of pure terror, Fear Farm is where visitors can take on The Ringmaster's Clown Academy and the Fear Farm Haunted House.
- Myrtle Beach Haunted House - Terror Under the Bridge
Myrtle Beach, SC
Delivering scares to Myrtle Beach locals for over 10 years, this haunted attraction doubles as a fundraiser that benefits charitable causes.
- Gilbert House of Terror
Enjoy a guided haunt that features over 13 scenes of terrifying themes, each a walk-through design. Proceeds from the attraction benefit a number of local non-profit organizations.
- Nightmare Hollow
Located along the banks of the Tyger River, Nightmare Hollow features a 35-minute walk filled with the creepiest of creatures!
- Field of Scream
Wander through the Haunted Corn Maze, where visitors are an interactive part of the action. Be careful though, as you never know who will be waiting for you around the corner!
- Scream Acres
Scream Acres has been scaring thrill seekers for over 10 years and features a Haunted House and Hayride, all while benefiting the local community!