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Haunted Woods of Creek Hill

“ARE THESE WOODS SAFE?”

Haunted Woods of Creek Hill is a Haunted Attraction located in Mount Auburn, IL.

Location

3078 County Road 1550 East
Mount Auburn, IL 62547

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About This Attraction:

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Dates & Hours:

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2022 Schedule
October 1, 8, 14, 15, 21, 22, 28, & 29 Opens at 7 PM
$8 General Admission – $13 Speed Pass

Summary:

The Haunted Woods are located in the heart of the hillbilly devil’s triangle formed by Springfield, Decatur, and Taylorville. These three towns provide safety from the evil that lurks in the timber but no one is ever truly safe. Bordered by I-72 to the north, route 29 to the west, and route 48 to the east, the hillbilly devil’s triangle is legendary for disappearances, sightings of strange creatures, and cars on cinder blocks in front yards.

The haunt is spread out over almost 10 acres of wooded landscape north of Mt. Auburn, IL. Beautiful by day, the Haunted Woods of Creek Hill take a turn for the worse when night falls. Many thrill seekers have visited the Haunted Woods since tours began in 2011. Most of them made it out alive. Well, a few of them walked into the Haunted Woods and walked out to tell about it. You have to ask yourself, “Are these woods safe?”


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