New York State's Haunted History

One of the best perks about camping in New York State during the fall is that there are so many haunted and spooky attractions to visit.

65 spooky locations spread over 31 counties and over 400 years of history is what makes up the state-wide, nationally-recognized Haunted History Trail of NYS. So, NYS camping means that no matter which NYS campground you decide on, you’re never too far from a haunted attraction. The Haunted History Trail offers exciting ghost-hunting excursions, haunted attractions and unique locations in almost every region, making it perfect for the bravest and most daring of campers.

The Trail is spread out across the Chautauqua/Allegheny, Catskills, Capital/Saratoga, Adirondack, Greater Niagara, Finger Lakes, CNY and Hudson Valley regions, which means New York campgrounds are close to all of these exciting, hair-raising places.

But the Haunted History Trail isn’t the only Halloween-related attraction worth visiting this fall. From real hauntings to pumpkin blazes, there are so many other Halloween events happening in NYS this fall. If you’re interested paranormal activity, you can visit real haunted houses, graveyards and spooky spots located throughout the state. Learn more about the top 24 scary Halloween things to do in NY here.

Discover all of New York State’s most haunting thrills (including the infamous Sleepy Hollow) when you go fall camping in NYS. There’s truly no better time to go camping if you’re looking for adventure.

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