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Hours & Price

Ticket price $20.00 plus tax
Group rates Call Amanda at 301-223-7571
Ticket booth opens at 7:00 pm (Rain or Shine!)
Doors open at 7:30 pm
Last ticket sold at 10:00 pm
Concession stand opens 7:00 pm
Last updated 7/17/2019, dates, times and prices subject to change.

Not recommended for anyone under 12 years.


Creekside Manor Opens October 1, 2021Every year Mabel and her band of deplorable’s celebrate All Hallows Eve by welcoming the dead to walk the hallways of Creekside Manor.

This year Precious, Mabels second born child and Hattie the Nanny have returned to the land of the living. Secretly Victoria is scheming to convince Precious to take the house away from their mother.

Precious must get a warning to Mabel.

Sir Frederick attends the bar serving up Halloween toasts to Mable as she celebrates All Hallows’ Eve.

Spirits come alive as you make your way through the bedroom, the library then outside to the family cemetery where old Joe has been digging his own grave for the last 9 months.

Butcher is harvesting prime cuts of meats for Mables BBQ. It’s not PORK BBQ.

Don’t worry The Twins are anxiously looking for their sister Precious.

The clowns will confuse and take control of your every step the rest of your journey.

Good luck and Thanks for visiting Creekside Manor.

Creekside Manor is a quaint Inn located along the Conococheague Creek in western Maryland. It is owned and operated by Mabel Mockenburry and her family where Mable is known as a gracious hostess cooking up and serving great BBQ with unknown secret ingredients.

The Manor has had a troubling history of odd residents and rumors of disappearing guests throughout its existence.

Every year during October Mabel and her gang of deplorable’s celebrate All Hallows’ Eve in grand fashion.

Mabel always conjures up some interesting guest to help celebrate Halloween.

Please join Mabel and her gang of Deplorable’s as they celebrate this year.

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“The most haunted house I have ever experienced.”

“This house holds more activity and more potential for extreme paranormal activity than the Myrtles.”

“Having done research in this house for eight years now, I am sure it is far too haunted to be inhabited by any living humans, but scores of ghosts certainly are living there on a daily basis.”

“the number of spirits passing through the vortex created by events and the natural geography of this house is nothing short of phenomenal”

– Dr. Chanda Wright, Supernatural Researcher, Metaphysicist and Paranormal Physcologist
National Ghost Hunters Society photos of Creekside Manor

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