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House That Inspired 'The Conjuring' Offers 'Ghost Camping' For Brave Paranormal Enthusiasts

The notoriously popular ‘Conjuring House’ in Rhode Island now invites adventurous visitors to partake in a spine-chilling paranormal camping experience amidst the ethereal presence of spirits.

The historic cinematic landmark at 1677 Round Top Road in Burrillville, Providence County, Rhode Island, offers this one-of-a-kind opportunity under the clever moniker “GHamping,” which combines “GHOst + Camping.”


The 14-room farmhouse gained fame as a prominent filming location for the 2013 horror film “The Conjuring,” loosely inspired by the real-life investigations of renowned paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren. 

Starring Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga as the Warrens, the movie delves into the couple’s endeavors to assist a family in Rhode Island, making the house an intriguing destination for fans of the supernatural.


On Thursday, May 18, a Facebook post from the social media manager of The Conjuring House captured attention.

“Hello, Folks! We are excited to launch our new overnight experience. Only 20 dates are available from June to October,” 

The post added, “Imagine spending the night surrounded by the supernatural, with the opportunity to investigate every spine-chilling corner of the land in this iconic location,”

“And now, for the first time ever, you can do so under our dark skies within the walls of our 3-4 person tents.”

“This is your chance to experience the land known as a portal and what has earned The Conjuring House its legendary status,” it said. 

Visitors of The Conjuring House who book a GHamping stay can choose from eight on-property sites rated on a “Fright Factor 1-10,” according to The Conjuring House’s website.

Visitors to GHamping at The Conjuring House are advised to bring their paranormal gear as investigative equipment will not be provided. 

The pricing for overnight stays varies between $300 and $400 depending on the tent or trailer type chosen. Additionally, extending the visit beyond one night incurs a flat fee of $50 per person. 

The website states that the GHamping visitors cannot access The Conjuring House, and the camping sites do not offer showers, electricity, propane, or running water.

“Cell service and Wi-Fi can be very spotty in the woods and lower fields,” the accommodation noted on its website.

GHamping guests will receive assistance from a caretaker during their visit and enjoy access to the expansive 8.5-acre property and the on-site Merchandise Room shop. 

The accommodation provides essential amenities such as sleeping cots, lanterns, camping chairs, central fire pits, gas grills, water, “Portal Potties,” and a guided historical tour.

GHamping is restricted to guests aged 16 and above, with children under 16 not permitted. A parent or legal guardian must accompany teenagers aged 16 and 17.

For a comprehensive understanding of what to anticipate, including rules, restrictions, and pricing details, kindly refer to The Conjuring House’s website. 

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