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Terror Woods

By popular demand, Terror Woods is returning to Great Bridge Pumpkin Patch. We aim to have the best Halloween props and actors for the Haunted trail attraction In all of Hampton Roads. Come check it out and Look to be scared.

 

TICKETS $23.00  Buy Now

 

TERROR WOODS:  OPEN DATES: Oct-15th- Oct-31st Except for the 17th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st we will be CLOSED.

DATES and TIMES:

***Ticket Sales end at 10pm

Oct 15th and 16th: 7:00pm-10:30pm
Oct 17th -21st: CLOSED 
Oct 22rd- 31st: 7:00pm-10:30pm 

 

“COME IF YOU DARE, LEAVE IF YOU CAN”

1)Terror Woods at Great Bridge Pumpkin Patch (Chesapeake, VA)- Without a doubt the scariest single moment of any attraction I visited this season (yes, all 100 of them), came at an unassuming pumpkin farm next to a car dealership in rural Virginia. I never could've imagined I'd be saying this, especially considering how I was joking going in about how "bad" this place was probably going to be. Well they shut me the hell up in a hurry. And that moment when the huge reaper character came roaring from behind out of the darkness about midway through the wooded trail, I actually ran in fright. When do I EVER do that!? I believe it was a combination of being completely taken off guard and having my expectations set so low that I just wasn't expecting anything remotely scary to happen here. Whatever the case, these guys proved once and for all that you CANNOT judge a book by it's cover. And in this case, a haunt by it's facade. Nicely done guys

 

“Terror Woods at Great Bridge Pumpkin Patch (Chesapeake, VA)- Without a doubt the scariest single moment of any attraction I visited this season (yes, all 100 of them), came at an unassuming pumpkin farm next to a car dealership in rural Virginia. I never could’ve imagined I’d be saying this, especially considering how I was joking going in about how “bad” this place was probably going to be.

Well they shut me the hell up in a hurry. And that moment when the huge reaper character came roaring from behind out of the darkness about midway through the wooded trail, I actually ran in fright. When do I EVER do that!? I believe it was a combination of being completely taken off guard and having my expectations set so low that I just wasn’t expecting anything remotely scary to happen here. Whatever the case, these guys proved once and for all that you CANNOT judge a book by it’s cover. And in this case, a haunt by it’s facade. Nicely done guys”

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