I had fun and it was scary
It was fun! Very original- the experience felt raw and real with the forest trails and good creative scares. My friends who came with me are from the South America and they really enjoyed the experience. Bonfire afterward was sweet as the food center provided burgers and smores-fun fun :)
Brand new and needs work! The "tractor ride" was seriously a joke and the "bon fire" was so small we could barely roast marshmallows on it. Hopefully this is first year mistakes and it will get better. It wasn't scary at all and they need to do a better job of hiding people
The kids maze was not open. The line was long and moved slowly, so it was not possible to go through a second time. The "bonfire" was not even started until after the official open time, and it was very small - NOT what you would consider a bonfire for a hundred people to enjoy.
I would try to call to make sure their doing the other three activities because we went last night and because the ground was semi wet, the fire Marshalls ordered them to cancel the hayride, paintball and the actual hunted house. They only let us go through the woods which was extremely dark and dangerous. Wear hiking boots and be prepared to hike up a huge hill. I got my ticket on Groupon for $15 so I guess you get what you pay for.
Lots of jumping out creepies!! The dark dark woods helped make it extra spooky!
I really enjoyed this haunted attraction. The entire thing takes place in a dark spooky woods, where you encounter many scares. There are a few large shed type of buildings in the wood that you must go through on the walk. There are no guides, you are on your own, but finding your way is half the fun. The actors will touch you, but nothing inappropriate, they may grab your arm or touch your back. I would have given this 5 stars if there would have been more actors hiding in the woods. There were plenty of screams, not like those scripted skits you get at some haunted attractions, (Fort Howard Dungeon) We will be sure to go again next year.
Don't waste money. Horrible
From Our Editors
When the sun sets over Annapolis's storied domes and spires, the ghouls of Leach Woods begin their nightly precession. Read on find out what makes this haunted experience unique:
- The Corn Maze: Every experience begins with a pulse-quickening trip through the twisting corn maze. As the wind whispers softly amid the crackling stalks, guests must travel deeper, and deeper—with every turn avoiding dead ends and horrors in waiting. Those that survive then have a choice to make...
- Howie's Horror: invites kids on a "not-so-scary" but still fun experience. Recommended for those 12 and younger, the attraction pumps up the scares a bit more than the corn maze, and blissfully ends at the witch's candy house.
- Leach Woods: ruefully beckons the brave—and foolhardy—down its dark forest trail. As they traverse the haunt's five sites, including the doll house and Clown Corner, even the most courageous is reduced to simpering, terror-stricken state.
- Before and After: Onsite hayrides, paintball, and pumpkin painting ensure kids have plenty of other harvest-time attractions to enjoy. Even make-your-own s'mores kits are available to roast at the massive bonfire where live bands will keep things hopping.