A cool thirteen seasons of Unadulterated Chaos.
More than a dozen years back, we stumbled upon a cursed patch of land, sowed the seeds of unease, and meticulously nurtured them with dread and panic until they blossomed into a dense forest of terror. The focal point of this endeavor is the “Haunted Forest” Trail, a journey through 12 harrowing scenes, stalked by over 30 haunters, ready to pounce at every turn. But that’s just your initiation to all things Panic Point. The “Dark Trail – Swamp” beckons with its absence of light and unexpected turns. The “Howling Hayride – Hunt” ventures aimlessly through the black pines, inhabited by both Werewolves and their pursuers. Among the twisted figures in the “Killers in the Corn” lies a macabre collection that might tempt you to hop the fence, casting aside your own safety. And the newest addition, Stalkers Farm, presents a Carolina-inspired rural extravaganza, where encounters with bootleggers and evil grannies will set your heart racing. Altogether, you’ll traverse 38 distinct scenes in the 5 attractions, encountering over 90 monsters united in their sole purpose: to witness your fear firsthand.
Unquestionably the Premier Haunt in The Triangle
A chilling spectacle spanning the entire 2023 Halloween Season, the Haunt delivers nightly doses of fear, unveiling terror in ways you hadn’t fathomed. Pricing tiers are based on the anticipated crowd size on each night. Saturdays are quite popular, and so is the sought-after evening for patrons 18 and older (and Tobacco Wood Brewing Company’s beer) on Friday, November 3rd. We have a number of nights Panic Point doesn’t just provide anguish – we have one night every weekend where the cost to enter is just $30, including Fan Appreciation Night on November 4th.
Fear Indicator: PG-13
Entry to the haunted attractions is restricted for children aged 9 & older. Those between 9 & 12 must be accompanied by an adult. All attractions are meticulously crafted to evoke fear and are generally unsuitable for individuals under age 9. While there isn’t a precise haunted trail rating system, at our most intense, we’d dub the experience, “PG-13”.
Directions to the Best Halloween Event from Greensboro, North Carolina
Coming to the Haunted Forest from the intersection of I-40W/I-85 N:
- Proceed 30.6 miles on I-40E/I-85N
- Take a slight right onto I-40E and proceed 23.8 miles
- Take exit 283 for I-540 N toward US-70
- Merge onto I-540 E and proceed 15.3 miles
- Take exit 16 to merge onto US-1 N/Capital Blvd. toward Wake Forest and proceed 12 miles
- Turn right onto Holden Rd. and proceed 1.7 miles
- Continue onto W. Main St. for 0.9 miles
- Turn left onto Cedar Creek Rd. (at the Citgo Station) and proceed 0.3 miles to entrance on the left.