Have you ever been to Dark Woods in Natchitoches, Louisiana? It's a place where your worst nightmare becomes a reality. The question you have to ask yourself is, "Will I survive?

Dark Woods Adventure Park was rated 2019’s fan-voted #1 Must-See haunted attraction. The minute you step foot into these haunted woods you will never know what is lurking around the corner.


With something new, every year visitors will be totally immersed and terrified with realistic Hollywood-style sets and special effects. The deeper you find yourself in Dark Woods, the scarier it becomes with themed character actors fully playing their devious roles to scare the living daylights out of you. I can't help to think that Jason from Friday the 13th is wandering out in these creepy woods just looking for his next victim. In fact, the next scream you hear just might be your own.


Every season is different from the last with new props, sets, and more thrills. This year, you can bet it’s going to be the spookiest it’s ever been, this is not for the faint of heart. This pulse-pounding bone-chilling experience awaits you through Halloween with tickets on sale now. Did someone say they saw Michael Myers?


Dark Woods is open during the witching hours every weekend at 7:30 PM Friday and Saturday during the month of October with the exception of the last week that runs Thursday – Saturday. Get your tickets here, if you dare.


Dark Woods has also been voted one of two scariest haunted houses by the website Louisiana Haunted Houses.

This video was shot back in 2016 when they opened.

For more information, directions, and ticket information, please visit their website darkwoodshaunt.com. Dark Woods is approximately two and half hours from Texarkana via I-49 North.

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