Halloween Haunted Houses in Mississippi
Find all the 2015 Halloween fun at our directory of haunted houses in Mississippi. We list all the current haunted houses, haunted trails, haunted corn mazes and more this Halloween season. There’s not a whole lot of haunted houses, but there’s a good reason the haunted houses in Mississippi 2015 are scarier than your average haunt. More zombies floating down the Mississippi River or demons and vampires lining the houses along the bank. They’ve learned from the mighty Mississippi River. Be big and fast.
Hattiesburg Haunted Houses
Hattiesburg has some popular haunted attractions plus nearby, you’ll find the largest National Guard training base east of the Mississippi. Lots of great fun for Halloween 2015 is available in the area. Check our list for more fun spots.
The Crypt Haunted Attraction – Hattiesburg, MS (Permanently closed.)
The Terror Test Haunted Attraction, 31 Industrial Parkway Rd, Lumberton, MS 39455
The Terror Test features pyrotechnics, special effects, and movie quality sets. Many describe The Terror Test as the best haunted house in Mississippi. General Admission tickets are $15. Open Friday and Saturday nights starting on September 18th plus a few other nights in October. Also have a Black Out feature for 2015.
The Haunted Trail – 24052 1st Street, Saucier, MS. (Closed for 2015)
Cedar Hill’s Haunted Farm – 8 Love Road, Hernando, Mississippi 38632
Attraction opens their 19th year on October 2nd. It is open 6 pm until 10 pm on Friday and Saturday nights. They feature a Haunted Hayride for $12 and a Trail of Terror for $10. Also back for 2015 is a Zombie Paintball Apocalypse attraction for $10. They also have combo packages for savings starting at $25. During the day they also operate a pumpkin patch every day of the week. Website is gocedarhillfarm. This is a fantastic location where lots of birthday parties, weddings, and events are held. Their Country Kitchen serves great dinners. So plan on spending the day.
The Dark Zone – 1501 W Government Street, Brandon, Mississippi
Dark Zone runs The Asylum 2015 on five nights beginning Friday, October 16th. Doors are open from 7 pm until 10 pm. Tickets are $10. Located at Crossgates Exchange Club Soccer Fields behind Rogers Chevrolet. Food and soft drinks concessions available. If you are in line by 10:00 pm you can go through the attraction. All proceeds support local charities.
Nightmare Hollow – 63 Hattie Winston Road, Lumberton, MS
Features 2.5 miles of trails taking you deep into the woods and your own fears. Open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights every weekend starting October 2nd.
There’s no Wikipedia entry for Northern Mississippi so we can’t speculate why the ghosts of the area are so pissed. But they are. Trust us.
Hurricane Haunted House, 120 Esperanza Road, Thaxton, MS
Tickets are $10. Hurricane Haunted House is open every Friday and Saturday nights from October 2nd. Doors open at 7 pm and close at midnight. All new sets and scenes to make this something you will remember the rest of your life. Also they have concessions, food, a bonfire, and lots of fun. On Halloween night they feature trick or treating from 5 pm for children and a costume contest before their irregular frights.
Jackson Haunted Houses
In 2009, Forbes ranked Jackson third on its list of cities providing the best bang for your buck. We know it’s true of its nearby haunted house opening October 10th this fall.
House of the Haunted Fields – 2744 Fairchilds Rd., Raymond, MS 39154.
Located near Learned, the “House of the Haunted Fields” will operate Friday and Saturday nights in October starting at dark. Start your adventure by touring a vintage farmhouse in the middle of nowhere to meet “the family”. You will then escape down the trail of terror over two wooded acres as you try to survive. Tickets are $10 at the ticket booth. The attraction has street parking, security, restrooms, and food vendors. Given the popular civil war battlefield in the area it sounds like a spooky place for a night time walk. Raymond sits between Vicksburg and Jackson. It is about 12 miles from Jackson.
Biloxi Haunted Houses
Biloxi’s popularity over the years has come from its location. Tourists have flocked to Biloxi to enjoy its beaches and entertainment options. While they generally put up with the ghosts during the summer, the ghosts band together every year to remind summer patrons to leave around Halloween.
If you live within 30 minutes of the Mississippi border, you might want to consider crossing it to find a haunted house. If you didn’t find the right one among the Mississippi haunted houses.
Find other fun things to do in Mississippi in October:
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