9th Annual Haunted Trail Presented By Mellow Mushroom
is located right in the heart of Asheville! We are scaring up fun at The Adventure Center of Asheville. The no-touch no-contact outdoor Haunted Trail is the only Halloween event in Asheville that is ideal for children ages 3-12 years old. 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 6:30pm before it gets dark.
Boo To Hunger
Our Boo To Hunger program donates 4 meals to MANNA Foodbank for every ticket purchased. Last year, we donated 16,000 meals to Wester North Carolina. Learn more about why we scare ’cause we care.
Aerial Glow Trail
The Treetops Adventure Park Aerial Glow Trail will be available for ages 4 and over. Climb on one trail while it is illuminated with thousands of colored twinkle and laser lights. Secure a limited spot on the Aerial Glow Trail by buying a Haunted Trail/Aerial Glow Trail Combo Pass.
What People Say
“We went with a group of adults and one kid. No one was disappointed! The trail was less scary than some, but my 4 year old loved it, and so did we, so it was well done to satisfy all. Food, beverages for all ages, fun games. Worth it.”Leah
“Great halloween fun for the family!”Rentia
5 out of 5! Best Trail Around! Awesome family fun with a Great cast of Characters and fun around every turn! If you have been missing it you have been missing out !Marissa
Without the support of our dedicated sponsor, we would not be able to provide this memorable community event. Always remember to support the supporters!
Sensory Friendly Night
Sensory Friendly Night is brought to you by Great Beginnings and Camp Lakey Gap. The date of this special night will be announced soon. Sensory Friendly night operates as a normal night. We will have additional resources available if desired. For example:
- Counselors familiar with the challenges of sensory issues to assist visitors.
- No touch experience (actually standard for all attendees) where actors remain in their scenes.
- Reduced “startle” approach at scenes when notified by special volunteer.