My group and I visited Woods of Terror for theFirst time in 2014, it will not be our last visitto the WOODS! We drove two hours and to be honestI was ready and tempted to make the trip back the next night. There was so much packed into theattraction there is no way to get the complete experience one time though, it is sensory overloadat its finest! I consider myself a haunt enthusiastbut I have to say on all levels W.O.T. had everyaspect and more of what a great haunt should haveand everyone in our group felt the same way! Rodney C.
There are some truly great haunts all across the Carolinas. Greensboro though, seems to be the Meccaof haunt for North Carolina! If your thing is extreme,in your face horror at its finest you havefound your utopia at Woods of Terror. Although, there won’t be much relaxation and maybe you’ll restbut only in pieces on a butcher block. Woods of Terror starts the night with one of the best parade entrances in the industry, to miss it is to trulymiss part of the show! The National Anthem plays and from there, the victim stalking begins! You nowhave the option of checking out a a very cool midway, as you hope the monsters get full on the first victims of the evening (to no such luck). Orbraving your fate and joining the line to enter theuncertainty that awaits. If I went into detailwith everything experienced this review could almost be a book, so I will say professional makeup,sets,props and planning make the Woods of Terrora place that one really needs to have around the top of the visit list. Considering the ever changinglayout and theme resets, Once you visit, If you make it out alive, you’ll want to chance fate oncemore. Every year around late September/Early October there is a hunger that comes over one thathas visited the Woods of Terror. This hunger willonly be satisfied when they revisit the Horror that awaits once again seeking whom they may devour in the Woods. I’ve been bitten, their legend must have some weight to it. I Can’t wait to return next year! Father Fear