How has everyone’s week been? It’s finally Friday and time for the weekend! Can you believe we’re almost in August? The good thing about time going by so quickly is that my favorite time of year is getting closer. Fall is three months away! I’ve been having some serious fall withdrawals lately as we’ve been toughing it through this Summer heat. Hopefully this post can cool you guys down and give you a nice Fall/Halloween refresher.
Living in Salem, MA during the Halloween season can be super fun, but way too congested. I like to escape away to fairs, apple picking, hiking, and haunted attractions. My favorite thing to do during Fall is to head to haunted and spooky festivities, one of which is Haunted Overload in Lee, NH.
Haunted Overload is a Halloween themed attraction located on DeMeritt Hill Farm. During the day, visitors are able to walk through the attraction, located within the woods off the farm, and are welcome to take pictures of the amazing details put into building the attraction. Actors are not out at this time, so it’s a great opportunity to bring children or for those who don’t like being scared! At night, the haunt comes to life with actors, as visitors walk through the attraction.
Last year, Tad and I made our first trip to Haunted Overload during the day to take some pictures. I instantly fell in love and could not believe how big this walk through was. The amount of detail put into the structures and everything along the way is insane!!!! It took us roughly 30-45 minutes to walk through everything. It was impossible to not stop for a million pictures and to admire all the work put into this place. Check out some of the pictures from our trip last year:
I seriously cannot get over this place and cannot wait for it to open again this Fall. Haunted Overload is changing and updating this attraction every year and I can’t wait to see what they do this year. Hopefully I’ll try out the haunt at night and let you guys know more about it in October!
I can’t wait for apple picking, cider, flannels, horror movie marathons (even though this is already a nightly thing for Tad and I), pumpkin flavored anything, carving pumpkins, haunted houses… THERE’S SO MUCH! What is your favorite activity to do during the Fall? Let me know in the comments!