You Can Now Camp At One Of Horror’s Scariest Houses

Fans can now stay at the real-life location of The Conjuring for a supernatural ghost-hunting experience.

By Douglas Helm | Updated

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The Conjuring is indisputably a terrifying film, and the last thing you would want to do is end up in that universe. Unless, of course, you’re a little crazy, in which case you’ll be happy to learn that fans can now camp at the house that inspired the Warner Bros Discovery horror franchise. According to, campers can now book a trip between June and October for a ‘Ghamping’ (ghost camping) experience.

The Ghamping experience will allow campers to stay at one of eight sites on the grounds of the house in Burillville, Rhode Island, where the Perron family once lived. Fans will be familiar with this, as it was the case file from Ed and Lorraine Warren that inspired The Conjuring franchise to kick off in 2013. Along with staying on the grounds for a spooky night of camping, you can also book a tour of the house led by knowledgeable guides.

Be prepared to cough up some cash for the camping experience, as campsites start at $300 per night. Still, for would-be paranormal investigators or big fans of The Conjuring, the price may be worth it. Keep in mind that bringing camping supplies and ghost-hunting equipment is up to you.

The Conjuring franchise has become a massive hit for Warner Bros Discovery, raking in tons of money at the box office and expanding into several spin-offs along with the sequels to the flagship film. While we haven’t seen a new film from the franchise since 2021’s The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, that will soon change when the spin-off sequel The Nun 2 hits theaters on September 8 of this year. Michael Chaves directs The Nun 2 and will see Bonnie Aarons return as Valak alongside a cast that includes Storm Reid, Taissa Farmiga, Jonas Bloquet, Anna Popplewell, and Katelyn Rose Downey.

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In April at Cinemacon, the title of the next film in the mainline franchise was officially announced. The Conjuring: Last Rites will be a direct follow-up to The Devil Made Me Do It and will see Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga returning to reprise their roles as Ed and Lorraine Warren. David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick is on board to write the script, and James Wan and Peter Safran will be returning to the project as producers.

Unfortunately, one of the most anticipated spin-offs from The Conjuring universe was confirmed to be canceled in 2022. James Wan said The Crooked Man movie had no current plans to move forward, though he did express hope that it could perhaps be picked up again in the future. The Crooked Man is a fan-favorite character, so hopefully, Warner Bros Discovery will put this project back on track, but it doesn’t seem likely for the near future.

On the bright side, it has been confirmed that a TV show set in The Conjuring universe is on the way at Warner Bros Discovery’s Max streaming service. Wan and Safran are both on board as executive producers for the show, and it’s set to take place after the events of the films. While we wait for that, you could always book a terrifying haunted house summer camp excursion in the meantime.