This past Friday a large group of Kim’s family members headed to Creepy Ridge, a haunted house experience near our lake house in Williamstown, Kentucky. After a couple of beers around a campfire at the lake, we all piled into a few cars and made the quick trip down route 22.
Upon our arrival we immediately saw a magic show in progress in the barn pictured above. Most of us found seats inside to see the entertaining but overall poor quality magic show. This attraction didn’t cost, but the magicians (which there were 2 separate acts) solicited tip money after each of their performances.
After the first magic show we all decided who was going to head into the haunted house. Since we had a few kids with us, I opted to stay behind along with a couple of other adults. We did see a couple of other families taking smaller children into the haunted house, but afterward our group said they were glad that we left our’s behind.
The haunted house starts with a trip on the haunted Titanic, which is constructed on top of a flatbed trailer. Once full the Titanic is pulled by a semi-truck a quarter of a mile down a trail to the haunted barn. I’m told the both the inside of the Titanic and the barn were very dark and full of narrow hallways. Overall it didn’t seem to scary to the more experienced in our group, but was frightening enough for our junior high school aged crowd.
Creepy Ridge is open 7 pm - midnight every Friday & Saturday night in October. Adults are $15 and children (12 & Under) cost $6. Print the coupon below for $4 off each adult admission, if you do decide to go.