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DENISON, TX--People can help the Texoma Red Cross in a rather frightful way. A scary display is now open in Denison.

North 40 Cycle Park is hosting the "Dripping Springs Haunted Forest." Doors opened Friday. The haunted trail features actors from Grayson County College and members of the Veterans Student Association.

"Anything the Red Cross does, not only for the veterans working, but for the community in general. They do tremendous things and we should always feel the need to give back to them," Barbara Ward said, coordinator for the Dripping Springs Haunted Forest.

The Haunted Forest is open every Friday and Saturday.

Gates open at 7:00 PM. Tours start at 8:00 PM. General admission is $12.
For more information or an admission coupon, visit North 40 Cycle Park's website at http://northfortycyclepark.com/northforty/

 

Dripping Springs Haunted Forest

7555 Dripping Springs Road, Denison, TX

903-821-3041