Adventure Center of Asheville offers  no-touch no-contact outdoor Haunted Trail -  the only Halloween event in Asheville that is ideal for children ages 3-12 years old.

Come experience a family-friendly heart pumping walk with live actors, spooky sounds, and spectacular props. The younger ghouls can enjoy the (actor-free) “Sweet Peek Tour” of the Trail at 6:30 p.m. before it gets dark.

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This year, The Treetops Adventure Park Aerial Glow Trail will also be available for ages 4 and over. Climb on one trail while it is illuminated with thousands of colored twinkle and laser lights.

In addition to the Trails, there will also be spooky live entertainment, no touch activities while in line, and food and beverages available including hot chocolate. It is a perfect way to celebrate the Halloween season with the family.

Say Boo to Hunger- $1 of each Haunted Trail Ticket goes to Manna FoodBank.

Thursday, Oct. 22 is Autism Awareness Night. Thursday, Oct. 8 is “Insta” Fright Night with no actors, only scenes for your personal photo shoot

Every night at 6:30 p.m. there is a “Sweet Peek Tour” for younger kids to go through the trails without actors.

As the Haunted Trail and the Adventure Center are committed to safety, Social Distancing and Wearing Face Masks (for ages 4 years old and over) are required. For more information, dates, specials and to buy tickets, visit https://ashevilletreetopsadventurepark.com/asheville-haunted-trail/.

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