Scary Halloween Fun for Adults in the Southern Tier
Fall is here and Halloween is just over a month away. Last week we listed the top Halloween attractions for kids in the Southern Tier, this list features the scarier adult attractions near Binghamton.
Slaughterland Screampark is a brand new attraction this year and can be found up near the airport in Binghamton, at 666 Barrier Road (fitting address number! As you had up Airport Road you will see signs. Slaughterland features four terrifying attractions including Frightmares 3D, Wendigo Woods, Dark Magic, and the Fallen Fairgrounds. It will be open every Friday and Saturday starting this weekend through October 26.
Hellstead Manor is located at Hallstead Pennsylvania, just ten minutes south of Binghamton. Hellstead Manor is a completely covered haunt, so regardless of the weather, you will be able to enjoy this scary adventure. Hellstead Manor is located on Harmony Road in Hallstead and is based on a huge haunted house. Hellstead Manor is now open.
Reaper's Revenge is located in Montdale Pennsylvania, even though it has a Scranton address. It's about a 45-minute ride from Binghamton. Reaper's Revenge has been voted one of the best haunts in the country, and if you've been there before, you know why. Reaper's Revenge is four haunted attractions in one. Reaper's features the Haunted Hayride, the Lost Carnival, Pitch Black, and Sector 13. The GPS address for Reaper's Revenge is 460 Green Grove Road, Scranton, PA 18447. They are open every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday through November 3.
Just west of Binghamton, in Big Flats New York, is the facility known as Tags. Tags features a restaurant and some awesome concerts during the summer. But come fall, it turns into Tagsylvania. Tagsylvania features four attractions including the new Orphan House, Motel 666, Psycho Swamp, and the Jurkus Circus. Tagsylvania is just about an hour drive from Binghamton. It opens Saturday, September 28.
The Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park will hold their annual Boo at the Zoo, their adult Halloween event, October 18-20 and October 25-27. The zoo itself is scary enough to walk through at night knowing that there are wild animals in cages nearby, let alone with all the Halloween scary stuff. It's right here in Binghamton and the money raised helps to preserve the 5th oldest zoo in America. It is a Halloween tradition.
Have fun, and Happy Haunting!