Haunted Houses in Idaho for Halloween 2016
Find great Halloween excitement at the many 2016 haunted houses in Idaho. Funtober lists all the haunted attractions in our Idaho directory of fall fun. Check out the dates, locations, and themes for the many Idaho haunted houses, haunted trails, and haunted forests. Find all the ghosts, witches, vampires, zombies and werewolves in Idaho.
Explore a night out with your friends as you scream at the terrifying thrills that come from first class Hollywood type horror entertainment. Not for the young or faint of heart but oh so much fun for the rest of us. We have separate attraction links and listings for haunted houses USA, haunted corn mazes, haunted trails, haunted zombie paintball, haunted forests, haunted hayrides, and ghost tours.
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Bellevue Haunted Forest - Bellevue, ID
Proceeds benefit the Howard Preserve. They advise people to bring their pampers. Tickets are on advance sale at the Bead Shop in Hailey.
Dr. Slaughter’s House of Terror - Idaho Falls, ID
The haunted house is over 30,000 square feet of fun and terror in this locally owned, non-profit haunt. Proceeds benefit the local D.A.R.E. program. Doors open at 7:00 pm. On Saturday and Sunday they are open until 12:00 am or 10:00 pm during the week.
Grandstand of Terror - Blackfoot, ID
Eastern Idaho State Fairgrounds houses the Grandstand of Terror haunted house attraction. It costs $10 to enter daily from October 13th through the 31st. Show starts at 7:30 pm nightly. The course features freaks, spooky mazes, strange noises and darkness. Add some murdering clowns, ghosts, and ghouls and you will be scared. The haunt closes at 11 pm on weekends or 9:30 pm weeknights. Also have Zombie Laser Apocalypse attraction on site for $10.
Haunted Mansion of Albion - Albion, ID
What was left behind at the old college? Today there are 5 haunted attractions called School of Chaos, House of Clowns, Zombie Academy, Trail of Terror, and Paranormal Investigations. Tickets are $20. Doors are open 7 pm until midnight on Friday and Saturday or until 10 pm on Thursday nights.
Nightmare on Grelle Avenue - Lewiston, ID
Post Falls Lions Haunted House - Post Falls, ID
Located at 4th Avenue and Post Street the Lions have been donating to the community for years. Attraction is open from 6 pm until midnight on Friday and Saturdays. It is open from 6 pm until 10 pm on other nights. They also run a special event with fabulous prizes as a child cancer fundraiser.
The Haunted Mill - Teton, ID
The Haunted Mill opened in 1890. It closed in 1994. In 1997 it opened as one of the great haunted houses in Idaho. It runs nightly from 7:30 pm until 10 pm or midnight on weekends. Tickets cost $10 for the fright of your life. The attraction is open Friday and Saturday nights from September 30th. There are discount ticket specials available.
The Theater of Lost Souls - Shelley, ID
One of the best haunts is located at the old Virginia Theater in Shelly. The owners have run this scary haunted attraction for over 10 years. They kickoff their opening on September 30th. Closing time on weekends is 11 pm, weeknights at 9:30 pm. Theater of Lost Souls is a real haunted place. If you are over 18 years old you can attend an After Hours. Do your own paranormal investigation armed only with a glow stick as you explore the true stories that haunt the Virginia Theater.
Additional Haunted Houses
State By State List of Halloween Haunted Houses
Haunted houses in other states that may be close to your location if you are near the border of Idaho.
Find other fall fun things to do in Idaho in October:
Also consider attending a Halloween convention such as the National Haunters Convention held annually in Philadelphia.
Did We Miss Something?
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