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Even during the late 1800s, The Lake House Hotel was not your conventional neighborhood inn. A place for corporate offices and overworked miners to rest and play, the hotel always held a misplaced appearance. One may assume deep, dark secrets loom within the walls, and they find their way, creeping through passages and thresholds to burden trespassers. If you dare, the Hotel of Horror welcomes guests to find out the truths behind the history of this mysterious hotel. Discover the miner’s curse at the Hotel of Horror, or experience remnants of a vicious past as ghosts chill you to the bone at Altered Nightmares. If the history of the past intrigues you, Exhibition Macabre will be the highlight of your Hotel of Horror experience. This museum displays past medical, funeral, asylum, and prison remains.

  • September 13 (opening of Lights Out - featured Thursday in October); September 20 through November 2, select nights
  • Ticket prices vary depending on attraction
  • Route 115 Cherry Valley Road, Saylorsburg, Pennsylvania 18353


If you just haven’t had enough, new to Hotel of Horror this haunting season is Lights Out. There’s nothing more frightening than your imagination, and at Lights Out, that’s all you have to fear. Travel through the Lake House where nothing but the torturing building, blackness, and depths of your mind will uncover your true fears. If you’re looking for a true scarefest this Halloween season, head to Saylorsburg, Pennsylvania for a torturing after-dark haunt.

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