Maryland Halloween Guide 2020: Haunted Yards, Pumpkin Patches

Deb Belt

MARYLAND — Many families are still planning to hand out goods and take kids trick-or-treating this Halloween around Maryland. The coronavirus pandemic has meant some celebrations have been canceled or scaled back, but you can still take the kids to pumpkin patches and check ghoulishly decorated yards.

Here's a look at some of the spots to scare up a terrifying good time for Halloween 2020.

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This article originally appeared on the Ellicott City Patch