Scarowinds, the Carolinas’ largest Halloween event, returned this year and park officials said guests will want to sleep with the lights on.
They’ll have eight “scare zones” this year, along with five haunted houses and live entertainment.
And if that’s too scary, then get ready to enjoy the Great Pumpkin Fest, as the family-friendly event will definitely get people into the Halloween spirit.
Park officials say they’ll have games, costume contests, dance parties and more.
The Great Pumpkin Fest runs through Halloween, while the scares at Scarowinds go until All Hallows Eve.
QC Life’s Cheryl Brayboy can’t seem to get enough of the spooky stuff! She was live this morning at the haunted attraction.