Halloween Haunted Houses in Oklahoma
Each October both commercial and charity haunted houses in Oklahoma open at Halloween to provide you with local scary entertainment. This year 2015 will again bring you some of the best haunted hayrides, haunted houses, haunted trails and more thrilling entertainment. Find all your local Halloween fun here at Funtober with our listing of haunted houses in Oklahoma. Expect to see vampires, witches, walking dead zombies, and monsters of all kinds roaming your local haunt. You can expects to scream at the Hollywood type design sets, live actors, air blasters, and horrific costumes.
Scary Haunted Houses in Oklahoma
Tulsa Haunted Houses
Tulsa is located in Tornado Alley, guaranteeing that the bad weather stirs up trouble around Tulsa annually. There are more than a few local Tulsa haunted houses in Oklahoma. Enjoy a night out with your friends. Should you encounter a scary haunted house, please forgive them. Their former home was probably destroyed by a tornado.
Psycho Path – 1517 E 106th Street North, Sperry, Oklahoma
Psycho Path is open every Friday and Saturday nights from October 3rd. Doors open at 7 pm. Suggest you try to avoid the dark spirited demon beasts. Tickets are $20 for the Dark Ride and $15 for Shadow Box. A combo ticket includes both plus a Cage Maze for $30. Doors open at 7 pm and close at 11 pm on Friday and Saturday or 10 pm on other nights.
Dates Open in 2014:
October 3, 4, 10, 11, 15-18, 23-25, 30, 31
The Hex House – 8314 E 71st Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74173
“Tulsa’s most terrifying haunted attraction” features two haunt attractions. Go through the Adult Dark Ride for a $20 ticket price or The Adult Shadow Box for $15. Get both attraction with a combo pass for $30. The Hex House is open from 7:30 pm to 11 pm. Visit starting on October 2nd..
Borrowed Time Haunted Attraction – 1109 N Delaware Avenue, Dewey, OK.
Located at the Washington County Fairgrounds Arena this new attraction features the Insane Clown Maze. Starts October 2nd through November 1st. Tickets are $10.
The 13th Ward Haunted Attraction – 2300 E Kenosha St., Broken Arrow, OK 74012
The 13th Wad is back for 2015. Expect to beg for mercy at this haunt that makes grown men cry. A 30,000 square foot attraction themed as a rehabilitation facility. Tickets are $15. Attraction opens October 2nd and runs Friday and Saturday nights plus a few other select dates.
Frozen Morgue – 20707 E 540 Rd., Inola, Ok.
All new location for 2015 at the Moores Flying M Ranch in Inola. Attraction opens October 17th.
Oklahoma City Haunted Houses
Oklahoma City was founded in 1889 by homesteaders during The Land Run. We doubt that all of the lands were claimed in a peaceful manner, so we expect there should be a ghost or two around these parts to scare you around Halloween.
The Sanctuary – 12101 N I-35 Service Rd., Oklahoma City, OK
The Sanctuary is Oklahoma’s newest and largest haunted house. The story is build around an institution following World War II. A German Doctor Hammond is hired who later imprisons the owner and conducts horrible Nazi like experiments on the patients. The attraction is much like a live horror movie. Being new, the owners of The Sanctuary use some of the latest Hollywood styled set designs and themes. Experience their state of the art special effects this year. Ticket are only $20. The show starts on October 2nd.. The attraction is then open every Friday and Saturday night in October. Doors open at 8 pm and close at 12 am.
Frontier City Fright Fest – 11501 N I-35 Service Road, Oklahoma City, OK 73131
Frontier City is back with its spook-tacular event FrightFest. It runs Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from October 2nd through October 31st. The park is open all day but at night from 6 pm to 11 pm FrightFest brings out the ghouls and goblins. Tickets are $28.99.
Scream Country Haunted Forest 51853 W. 101st Street S., Drumright, OK 74030
Two attractions named Haunted Forest and Curse of the Slender Man Hayride. Opens in October.
Halloween Festival at the Haunted Castle, 3400 West Fern Mountain Rd., Muskogee, OK 74401
The Castle of Muskogee is a full entertainment haunt attraction. The Castle park is open for rides and entertainment. The Fright Haunted Castle is open 6 pm to 10 pm each Friday and Saturday beginning October 2nd. A $25 Fright combo pass gets you into the cemetery maze Casa Morte, haunted house Domas Horrificus, haunted woods Field of Blood, and the Ultimate Maze. You can start in the Halloween Village for free and also buy individual attraction tickets. Parking is Free.
Dead Woods Haunted Forest, 20100 N.E. 178th Street, Luther, OK 73054
“Nothing Scarier than the Woods”. Tickets are $10. Dates open to be announced on website.
Lawton Haunted Houses
Spanish explorer Francisco Vasquez de Coronado visited the area in 1541 while in search of gold. Don’t spend too much time in these haunted houses or you too might lose your senses in a gold rush.
Trail of Fear – 11101 SE Lee Blvd., Lawton, OK 73501
Gates open at 7 pm. There are four haunt attractions. Trail of Fear is now in its 18th year of operation. Expect to be terrified. Tickets are $15 each for The Experiment, Doll Creek, Cirque de Monte, or the Crispy Family Carnival. Get the All Park pass for $23. Trail of Fear is open Friday and Saturday nights from October 2nd.
Trail of Fear – 14501 East Etowah Rd., Noble, OK 73068
The Thunderbird Trail is back again for 2015. This Oklahoma City attraction is similar to their Lawton location. It is open Friday and Saturday nights from October 2nd. A general admission ticket for $15 includes the Hackensaw Haunted Hill and Magic Guild. Ticket booth is open nightly from 6:30 pm until 10 pm. Gates open at 7 pm.
Woodward was on the Great Western Cattle Trail, so you can imagine the rowdy Wild West atmosphere that predominated. This behavior should be familiar to you as you will see it in the ghosts at nearby haunted houses.
Nightmare in the Country – Woodward, OK 73801
Tickets are $17. Doors open at 8 pm. Nightmare is open beginning Friday, October 2nd. Weekends the attraction closes at 11 pm or midnight. Attraction is located one mile west and one mile north of the Woodward Airport entrance. It takes about 30-45 minutes to walk through the half mile long trail attraction.
Additional Haunted Houses
Haunted Maize – 614 Reding Road, Chickasha, OK
Reding Farm has the largest corn maize in Oklahoma. They also operate a Haunted Maize every Friday and Saturday night starting September 25th, 2015. Tickets are $25 for the combo package. Tickets include both the haunted maize and a haunted hayride experience. The hayride can be purchased separately for $10 if you do not want to walk. Doors open from dusk until 10 pm.
Everything’s bigger in Texas. So if you live near the border, consider making a run to a haunted house to the south. Or, if you are unsatisfied with the selection of haunted houses near you, consider these other options.
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Did We Miss Something for 2015?
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