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Haunted Houses in Utah for Halloween 2016

Find the best 2016 Halloween haunted houses in Utah at Funtober.  We list all the local haunted houses, haunted trails, haunted corn mazes, and more in our directory of popular haunted attractions.  Funtober brings you locations with lots of zombies, witches, vampires, monsters, clowns and creatures of the dark.  These haunts have Hollywood type design sets, live scare actors, air blasters, and creepy costumes.  Grab your friends for a night out of scream and chills at some haunted houses in Utah.

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Funtober also has the popular Facebook most liked list of America’s Best Top 100 Haunted Houses including exciting video.  Utah can be translated from its origins in the Ute language as people of the mountain.  Expect to find top frights in the Utah mountains.  We have separate attraction links and listings for haunted houses USAhaunted corn mazes, haunted trails, haunted zombie paintballhaunted forests, haunted hayrides, and ghost tours.

Salt Lake City Haunted Houses

We’re not even sure what Mormon ghosts look like. If you visit any of these attractions, please let us know.  All are popular local Salt Lake City haunted houses open in 2015.

Nightmare on 13th – 300 West 1300 South, Salt Lake City, Utah
Ranked as one of the top haunted attractions in America, Nightmare on 13th is both scary and fun.  They bill themselves as the scariest haunted attraction in Salt Lake City.  The attraction is all new for 2015.  Ticket at $25 get you through all three haunted houses which take about an hour.  Doors open at 7:30 pm.  Look for Dr. Nightmare around the building.  Everyone gets a free online photo taken with one of the haunted characters. Nightmare on 13th is open Friday, September 11th through October 31st.  Expect to find frightful scares in Haunted Hollywood, Swamp Blood, and Delirium.  Scary, yes very scary for both adults and children.  This is a Funtober Favorite 100 and a top 100 most popular haunted attraction in the country.

Castle of Chaos – Two Locations:  Salt Lake City at 8000 S State Street and Riverdale at 1100 West Riverdale Road.
Castle of Chaos is the “home of hands on horror”.  Salt Lake attraction is known for The Mansion, The Caverns, Nightmare in 3D, X-Scream Dungeon.  Riverdale is known for Hands of Horror, Carnival of Chaos, Screamatarium, and Six Feet Under.  The attraction is located at 1100 W. Riverdale Road, Riverdale Castle of Chaos is open Now.  Doors open at 7:30 until 11 pm or midnight.   Note the Salt Lake  location is the only one open on Sundays.  It runs September 10th through 31st.  There are several ticket options including General Admission for $20 for either haunted house.  Ticket include glow wand that will keep the monsters away from you. 

Fear Factory – 800 S. and 666 W., Salt Lake City, Utah
A paranormal hotspot this former cemetery factory has a history of twisted and unusual accidents.  Workers remained dismembered, burned, beheaded and dead.  The factory’s history is littered in corpses.  The deadly history dates back to 1894. Fear Factory is open Friday and Saturday nights in September beginning on the 18th.  This haunted house opens at 7 pm nightly.   Expect a full entertainment experience with live DJ’s or bands playing, concessions, and a few undead.  Only street parking is available.  It takes about 45 minutes to go through Fear Factory.  Fear Factory is a Funtober Favorite 100 and a top 100 most popular haunted attraction in the country.

Asylum 49, 140 East 200 South, Tooele, Utah
Asylum 49 is a haunted hospital and complete entertainment haunt.  Great entertainment encompassing a 38,000 square foot facility.  Tickets are $20.  The scary characters include the Leprechaun, evil elves, Jason, Jack the Ripper, clowns, Michael Myers, demons, and children of the corn. The Asylum opens September 25th and runs every night except Sunday and Monday.  Doors open at 7 pm.  Be aware the actors at Asylum will Touch You, scare you, chain you to a bed and do all sorts of crazy, scary things to you.  Scary yes, you bet it is.

The Haunted Woods – Mill Creek Canyon Road, Salt Lake City, Utah
The theme is “Ain’t Afraid of No Ghosts”.  All proceeds benefit the Boy Scouts of America.  The doors are open from 6:30 pm until 8:30 pm.  Described as spooky fun for everyone so bring the family and enjoy.

Haunted Kays Cross – 388 Boynton Road, Kaysville, UT  (2015 information in not confirmed)
Tickets are $19 for this popular haunt attraction.  It runs Friday and Saturday nights plus the 30th.  Doors open at 7:00 pm and close at 11:00 pm.

Zombie Village at Benson Grist Mill – Tooele, UT 84074
Attraction is located at old Benson Grist Mill. 

Strangling Brothers Haunted Circus, 98 East 13800 South, Draper, Utah
A former traveling circus, Strangling Brother Haunted Circus is a freak show with a thirst for blood.  You will find clowns, freaks, and ghouls.  Many consider this the “scariest haunt on earth”. This haunt opens on September 11th and runs weekends in September and most nights in October.  Doors open at 7:30 pm.  Check out this You Tube video about Strangling Brothers Haunted Circus.

Provo Haunted Houses

The home of Brigham Young University loses some of its students temporarily to missions every year. We’re wondering which students drew the duty to persuade the ghosts of the haunted house to convert.

Ebelleste Forest – 15 E 500 N., Brigham City, Utah 84302
Brigham City Bowling has put together a 9 hole miniature golf course full of black lights, spiders, ghosts, and a spooky ancient castle. The attraction opens every night.  

Haunted Forest – 6000 West 6400 North, American Fork, UT
Ongoing for 25 years they have an all new location this year.  Attraction runs starting September 18th.  Tickets are $22.  It is open 7:30 pm to midnight on weekends or 10 pm on weeknights.  They feature a Haunted Forest and a separate Zombie Warz paintball attraction.

Haunted Hollow – 1900 West 1550 South, Ogden, UT
Tickets are $20 for this popular attraction.  It runs starting September 11th.  Doors open at 7:30 pm and close at midnight on Friday and Saturday or 10 pm on other nights.  The haunt has a very long and deep in the woods trail plus a Zombie paintball experience where you can shoot at live zombies.

Logan Haunted Houses

Logan is the home of Utah State University, a fine insitution that supplies a steady stream of interesting students to visit this haunted house. A few even make it back to take their final exams!

Dark Meadows Manor – Has moved to Preston, Idaho.

State By State List of Halloween Haunted Houses

Additional Haunted Houses
If you can’t find the haunted house that you would like to visit in Utah, why don’t you consider searching in one of these nearby states.

Haunted Houses in Arizona
Haunted Houses in Colorado
Haunted Houses in Idaho
Haunted Houses in Nevada
Haunted Houses in Wyoming

Find other fall fun things to do in Utah in October:

Oktoberfest in Utah
Utah Festivals
Utah Corn Mazes
Utah Ghost Tours
Utah Pumpkin Patches

Haunted Houses in Utah

Halloween Haunted Houses

Help Me Out
Have you visited one of these haunted houses? I would love to hear what you thought. Did you have a good time? Was it worth the money? Would you recommend it to others? Any suggestions to maximize your experience? I’ll gladly publish what you send me and give you an over the internet hug.

If you are the owner or employee of a haunted house on this list, or one I missed and need to add, I would love to have more information about the haunted house, photos, dates/times/hours for 2014, etc. Use the contact form to get in touch and I’ll tell you where to email your answers to these questions.


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