Brave enough to walk through a haunted ravine in a dark wood?

You can test out your nerves at the Russian River RV Campground’s haunted forest in Cloverdale, Calif., on Oct. 25 and 26, just in time for Halloween, according to the Cloverdale Reveille.

A successful event in its first year, Donna Montante and her husband, Marc, decided to once again open their campground for the special weekend of scares and screams.

According to Montante, about 300 visitors walked through in two days last year.

“2018 was our first year,” Montante said. “We were going to do a haunted house, but since we have a ravine we went for a haunted forest.”

She added the impetus to create the event was the fact that Cloverdale did not have many Halloween haunted house experiences, unlike Santa Rosa, which holds the popular Blind Scream event every year.

While the RV campground is typically for members and guests only, the event is open to the public.

Entry is based on car load ($5 per car, free for members and guests) and around 10 to 12 people at a time are guided through the walk by a creepy cast-member.

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