To legally access the road, you need to park at the Brandywine Falls parking lot and hike down the road from there. If you go from the bottom, you can’t park there, you can only get there by hiking.
I didn’t need this sign to tell us that this was some rough road.
After walking a little farther, I found an old guardrail.
After that the road starts to get washed out, which is one of the reasons the road is closed.
Now the road starts going down hill a little.
Now the road gets really steep.
As we reach the end of the closed section it starts getting flat.
This section or the road doesn’t look too bad.
Now we arrive at the other end of the road. You might remember this if you visited the Helltown page.
Well that’s it for now! If you want to take a walk down the “Highway to Hell” you are welcome to but just look out for the “Cult Members” and “Killers” in the woods! You can read more about Stanford Road and Helltown here on the Helltown page.
Heather Lee Joseph
I’ve been to “Helltown” many of times. They recently closed off Stranford Rd right after the barn and Standford House.
I’m curious what happened to the 2 remaining houses that stood adjacent to “the end of the world”. Not much to see here, honestly. Althought the cemetery that belongs to The Mother Of Sorrows church in Peninsula (the supposed satanic church of Helltown) is interesting as hell. It’s located next to the Happy Trails visitors center in the woods. Very desolate and the Cassidy plot is creepy. Google Mater Delorosa Cemetery to find exact coordinates.
If anyone reading this used to get chased by people in cars and basically outright harassed when you drove through here. It was me and my friends ! Yes we hit a car and pushed it through a garage where Stanford ends by the gas station.