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An Unusual Adventure

An Unusual Adventure

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One trip is required per group.

* "PDF Instant Download" means the trip will be sent by email as a PDF document, and not by mail (the email is sent immediately after completing your purchase)


If you're the paranormal podcast listener in your friend group, this trip is for you! This area is filled with all things unusual, spooky, and abandoned. You'll also learn about some local legends, ghost stories and folklore throughout your day.

Trip Highlights

  • A few abandoned ghost towns
  • Local legends and folklore
  • Off-the-beaten-path eateries
  • A spooky tower in the woods


This trip can be done any day of the week, year-round. There are some closures on Monday - Wednesday in stops #2 and #4, but we provide alternatives.


  • Families
  • Paranormal Seekers
  • Photographers
  • History buffs



Head to a historic village and interpretive trail network with an interesting past. Drive time to the second stop is 12 minutes.


Learn about local legends while taking photos of an eerie tower in the woods. We have two on the way recommendations to get to your next stop. Drive time to the third stop is 20 minutes.


Equally scenic and spooky, you'll love exploring the old mills and shops that were once part of this bustling ghost town. Drive time to the fourth stop is 15 minutes.


After such an unusual adventure, it's time to unwind with a "spirit" of your own. We've recommended our favorite wineries, breweries, farms and spots to grab dinner nearby.



Can depart from

Philadelphia Area, Trenton Area, Wilmington, DE Area

Before you go

What You'll Need to Bring

  • Bug Spray
  • Camera
  • Cash
  • Walking Shoes
  • Water
  • Reusable Shopping Bags
  • Road Trip Snacks

Additional Details

  • Dog-Friendly


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  • From Philadelphia:

2 hours and 45 minutes / 119 miles

  • From Trenton, NJ:

2 hours and 50 minutes / 118 miles

  • From Wilmington, DE:

3 hours and 25 minutes / 169 miles

  • From Newark, NJ*:

4 hours and 10 minutes / 209 miles

*We recommend booking an overnight hotel if the driving distance is greater than 4 hours round-trip.

This trip can be done any day of the week, year-round.

There are some closures on Monday - Wednesday in stops #2 and #4, but we provide alternatives.

We recommend leaving anytime between 9:00 and 10:00 am. The later you leave, the less time you may have to complete all of the stops.

This trip is pet-friendly! At every stop there will be at least one option for you to explore with your furry friend. Please be sure to keep your dog leashed at all times.

We recommended bringing up to 5 people on your surprise road trip.

If you're bringing a larger group, we highly recommend having one person in charge of booking reservations at restaurants and attractions in advance. Please see the previous page for a copy of the digital itinerary.

There aren't any fees on any of the stops.

*Please note: gas, tolls, and food may be additional costs.

After booking your trip, we'll send you a confirmation email with a few recommended accommodation options.

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Kate Delaney
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Unique Finds That We Would Have Never Picked Ourselves

I love a good plan and I love it even more when I do not have to do the planning! From the suggested departure times to when we could expect to spend money/buy food to including additional activities and stops, Guess Where Trips really thought of all the details. There were so many pros, its hard to capture them in just one review - the biggest one has to be exploring an area we never would have otherwise. The only "con" (I use that term lightly) is that it was advertised as a paranormal tour and while there was certainly some rich history, we did not hear anything about ghosts, outside of the brief NJ Devil tale. With that said, we will be back to hit up the trails and stops we did not get to complete - 2 trips for the price of one!