Clifton Haunted Trail
|CLFTON HAUNTED TRAIL||
When/Where is it?
Oct. 27th at 7 PM - 10 PM in the historic town of Clifton, VA
How much does the trail cost Adults (13+) $15.00 12 and under $10.00*
* Cash & Credit Cards accepted onsite the night of the trail beginning at 7 PM.
Last ticket sale at the trail is at 9:30 PM or while tickets last.
Can I exit the trail? Stay on the trail.
Please do not attempt to forcefully exit a path. Ask for help from a volunteer if you need it.
What can I expect in regards to trail terrain?
Watch your head and feet for low areas and branches. Enter at your own risk.
Can I touch the actors?
No physical contact or your worst nightmare will come true.
Can I use a flashlight?
NO, but you may bring glow stick.
Can I leave my kids alone?
Use your discretion. It is wise to keep your kids close while walking through the trail. The woods at night can be quite frightening.
Is the CHT responsible for my lost items?
No, please hold on tight to your valuables. We cannot stop the haunt to find your things. We are not responsible for lost or stolen items.
Who is not recommended to walk the trail?
Not recommended for pregnant women and people with heart conditions or those prone to seizures.
The Clifton Haunted Trail began in 2001, and continued uninterrupted until 06, when a powerful storm significantly damaged the main bridge. The trail recommenced in 09 after the bridge was restored in 07. Clifton, VA is a small civil-war era town in Fairfax County, originally known as Devereux Station in the 1800's. Many battles during the Civil War were fought near this town, such as in Bull Run. Many of the historic homes and commercial residences are said to be haunted. Ghost sighting stories are usual chatter amongst the town residents. Furthermore, a "haunted" bridge located in Clifton is considered one of the most famous legends in the United States. To learn more about the Bunny man legend Select the You tube videos below:
Can I bring alcohol?
No alcoholic beverages on the premises.
Where can I park?
Parking is designated at the former Clifton Elementary School for your safety & convenience. Be careful about crossing the street.
Is the trail scary?
Yes, the Trail is very scary. Please understand that the show may be too intense for kids who cannot discern fantasy from reality of what appears to be happening. You certainly know your kid better than anyone, so we suggest you bring young children at your own discretion!!!
Are dogs allowed?
No dogs allowed on trail .
Is there a rain date?
ENTER AT YOUR OWN RISK! THERE ARE NO REFUNDS
The ticket holder understands that there are inherent risks when participating in an event such as the Clifton Haunted Trail (CHT) and assumes all risks and dangers associated therein. In consideration and acceptance of entrance into , the ticket holder agrees to release the operator, volunteers, and property landlord from any liability, harm, injury or death, cost or expense whatsoever that may arise directly or indirectly as a result of participation in CHT.