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Appropriate For
Teens and Adults - Kids up to parent's discretion
Organization Type
Commercial / For Profit
Listing Categories
Haunted Hay Rides, Zombie Hunts & Shootouts, Haunted Mazes / Haunted Corn Mazes, Spook Walks / Haunted Trails, Halloween Parties & Nightlife, Scream Parks
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Snacks & Refreshments, Outdoor Event(s), Touching Not Allowed, Free Parking
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Haunted Hillside is that awesome haunted attraction that your friends told you about!

Some years ago, two young boys discovered a strange item while playing in a field. Upon unearthing this item, not only did they unlock an ancient prison, but they awoke a demon that cast an evil enchantment across the land.

Caught up in this enchantment was the Farmer family. Their minds twisted and their souls enslaved by the demon, they began to capture and kill passers-by to harvest their souls for the demon leaving the bodies to be re-animated as scarecrows and sackboys to assist the collection more innocent souls for the demon.

Now as one might have guessed, this kind of craziness cannot go on too long without reaching the ears of the authorities. Upon learning of this unearthly power residing in south western Pennsylvania, the government dispatched a black ops team to investigate and seize control of the situation. Their goal was to capture the demon and use it as a weapon of mass destruction.

Forest of the Forgotten:
The Forest of the Forgotten is where the victims of darker times exist. Cultists recite hymn from hell to maintain the evil enchantments that keep these spirits tied to this world. These poor souls may have been forgotten, but they ensure that anyone that ventures into their forest never forgets.

Scarecrow Alley:
Scarecrow Alley has sprouted again. The corn, yes walking through the corn where anxiety takes over your senses and maintains that sensation of actually walking through a scary movie. Did I just see that scarecrow move? No, probably not. Wait a minute! Where did it go! You are right there in it, and the only way out is forward. Once you finish with the cornfield, they’re not done with you yet!

You can’t leave without going through Helltown to visit the killbillies. These possessed and deranged folk offer all kinds of fun and torment. They’re cannibals and they’re hungry. But they like to play with their food before they eat it. Are you game?

Come out to Haunted Hillside in Mount Pleasant to get a taste of what feels like to actually be in a scary movie!

This haunted attraction is entirely outdoors, but we are open rain or shine. You will start and end with a hayride, but there is a mile long hike through the supernatural in between, so dress appropriately. Email Haunt Owner
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Hours of Operation: 7 PM – 12 AM

Admission Costs: $17

Payments Accepted: Cash, Credit Cards, Debit Cards

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Event last updated 96 days ago. Please confirm dates on haunt website before you go.
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Important note: Google maps GPS seems to work fine for this address. However, at this time Apple maps does not put you in the correct location. If you have Apple maps, please use the directions listed below on the page From the Pennsylvania Turnpike (New Stanton exit): Take route 119 South towards Connellsville. Stay on 119 South until the Mount Pleasant /Ruffsdale exit. At the top of the Mount Pleasant /Ruffsdale exit ramp, turn left towards Mount Pleasant. Turn left again at the traffic light at the top of the hill. A Valero gas station will be on the right side of this intersection. Make a right at the stop sign after you pass the cemetery. Then make a left at the next stop sign (Marathon gas station will be on your right). At the bottom of the hill you will turn left at the stop sign (by Fox’s Pizza), this will put you on route 819. Haunted Hillside is about 1 mile ahead on the left side of the road. We are just down the hill from Sandhill Berries/Greendance Winery just outside of Mount Pleasant on state route 819.

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  • Great Haunted House

    Great outdoor haunt!!! i wouldn't recommend bringing your young children. If your trying to find a realistic haunt, this is the place!! I highly recommend going to this place. Wear sturdy shoes that you dont mind getting dirty.

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    Posted October 2017

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  • Email Verified GREAT Young Haunt!!!

    Every year my friends and i reunite and go to Haunted Houses all around Pittsburgh area such as Scare House, Hundred Acre Manor, Fright Farm, Etc. This year we stumbled upon Haunted Hillside. WOW!!! We didn't know what to think when we arrived but we decided to give it a chance and we were all glad we did!! This place actually brings IT!! The whole haunt is outdoors which is pretty wicked because the environment was scary enough by itself. The tractor ride down into the haunt was kinda boring but once we got off and started into the dead dilapidated cornfield all hell broke loose. It was AWESOME!! i'm not going to give anything away but, it was one scare after another until we got back on the tractor at the end. All i can say is this haunt was great and CHEAP! I also found out, after talking to Scott (an employee), that this is the 5th year for the haunt. GREAT job for being a young haunted attraction!!!! I recommend going to their website and watch the video trailers for every years haunt before going threw the haunt. It will make your experience that much better. We will absolutely be coming back here again next year! The only down side to this haunt is no food guys and they have very little signage and/or advertising. If it was for the random spot light we would have never know it was there.

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  • The best in area

    For smaller lower budget haunt they do great professional actors props and set designs. Nothing to flashy like these multi million dollar haunts. Cast is great ! All outdoors unlike any other haunt. Truly scary. And then there's bubba...can't forget bout bubba you'll have to experience it for yourself

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    Posted September 2016

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  • Amazingly fun and unique Halloween treat!

    Transported to the haunted attraction by a wagon ride and instantly placed into situations that where we were thrust into a story, (watch the videos on utube) and had no way of getting out until the adventure had completed! First an Army camp, where this military branch of FEMA were clamping down the spread of a virus to some extent, attacked by infected people as we tried to leave camp, and then on to a Twisting trail through multiple sets in the woods, mechanical creatures and nightmare beasts, cults, witches, ghosts, all within this madness path, met Bubba, (told me I was ugly lol) then off through a corn field of terrifing stalking invisible scarecrow! Was like there were 50 of them attacking us from all sides! Finally the ending, met Pa and his family in the midsts of a (show) for us infected tresspassers. Cahos ensues!! All I can say is I never felt so much like I was part of a living, fluid, story like I have here at this Haunted Hillside, Just fantastic! Will be back next year to have some more of this unique haunt adventure!

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    Posted November 2015

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    1 out of 1 found this review helpful

  • Great actors and storyline!

    The atmosphere is incredible and the actors give 110%. Definitely coming back next year to see what they have in store.

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    Posted October 2015

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  • Very Unproffesional

    After seeing there website, I was very hyped up to go there, but upon completing it I was highly dissapointed. The attraction consists of walking threw the woods for about a mile, with kids popping out trying to scare you. Nothing about it makes you feel like "your in a horror movie". The props are few and far between, with no special effects. Even upon boarding the hayride to get back to the parking area, the steps to get onto it were made out of old wooden pallets from a grocery store-very unproffesional. I wish I could say something positive about this haunt, but I just cant. Don't waste your money.

    Posted October 2014

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    1 out of 4 found this review helpful

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