Funtober has all the info on the most terrifying commercial and charity haunted houses in Arizona. Arizona has haunt entertainment featuring lots of zombies, ghosts, devils, demons, aliens, and creatures in haunted attractions this October 2019. They will scare the Sun Devil out of you and make you wish that you were at the bottom of the Grand Canyon trail.
Arizona’s Halloween haunts include haunted trails, houses, mazes, hayrides, and more. Whether you live near Phoenix, Tucson, Flagstaff or Yuma, you’ll enjoy these spine tingling haunted attractions for an evening of entertainment. 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.
13th Floor - Phoenix, AZ
The largest haunted house in Phoenix is 13th Floor. There is a reason buildings do not have a 13th floor. Can you survive the 13th Floor? There are two haunted attractions in this huge 60,000 square foot building. It is that scary. The second scary attraction is In The Shadow. Are you afraid of Zombies? You will be. Two attractions at one combined low price. Doors open at 7 pm. This is one of the most popular haunts in America. This 13th Floor has over 85000 Facebook likes. Opens for the season on September 28th. Check web page as this haunt is open most nights in October.
AZ Field of Screams - Glendale, AZ
Attraction opens September 28th. Walk through a dark cornfield. Careful, they are waiting for you. Where can you run? Expect to be terrified at Field of Screams. Tickets are $20 for any age. Attraction is open from 7 pm until 11 pm. Visit every Friday and Saturday night through Halloween. Tolmachoff farms puts on a first class haunted maze at night but also has a full range of activities with a corn maze, pumpkin patch and farm activities during the day.
Fear Farm - Phoenix, AZ
Fear Farm is 26 acres with 5 haunted attractions and a separate corn maze. All new is Phoenix Haunted Hayride. Cost for all 5 combined varies depending on the date. Fear Farm opens Friday and Saturday nights in September and most nights in October. The Fun House corn maze opens at 6 pm. Fear Farm haunt opens at 7:00 pm. This is a huge haunt attracting thousands of visitors. Fear Farm has over 79000 Facebook likes.
Fox in a Box Tucson - , AZ
Open Tuesday through Sunday by appointment. Fox in a Box Tucson operates our Zombie Lab “escape room” where groups of 2-6 have 60 minutes to solve all the puzzles, clues, and mini-games in order to stop the spread of the zombie outbreak. A great team building or family activity. Visitors rate this attraction very highly.
Golfland Fright Nights - Mesa, AZ
Sorry folks Golfland will not open The Gauntlet Haunted House in 2018. They do have Spooktacular Golf every day in October.
Sanctum of Horror - Mesa, AZ
Located at Superstition Springs Center again for 2018 is Sanctum of Horror. Enjoy the ancient graveyard, Charlotte Asylum, The Breach and more located in the Sears parking lot. Open every Friday and Saturday nights beginning September 21st and every night the week before Halloween. For 7 years, Sanctum of Horror has been scaring the East Valley with breathtaking make up and incredible detail that will surely frighten the soul. Not only will you be terrified, but be immersed in the Sanctum’s world. Will you have what it takes to enter?
Scarizona - Scottsdale, AZ
Scarizona opens October 5th. Azizona’s Original Screampark features three terrifying houses of terror. Tickets are $36 for all access or $28 for two houses or $22 for Operation Zombie Storm (paintball). The park is open most Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights in October. It opens every night at 7 pm and closes on Friday and Saturday nights at midnight. It closes weeknights at 10 pm. The four attractions are Slayer’s Slaughter House, Epic Fear, Startled Fear and Operation Zombie Storm paintball attraction.
Slaughter House - Tucson, AZ
Attraction has four haunted houses and areas for the kids. It prides itself in being something that will “scare you to your core.” The Tucson Screamers’ put together an annual haunted house for charity. Previously, the Screamers ran a haunted house known as Phobia. The Apocalypse allows you to shoot Zombie’s as you make your way through the attraction. Doors open at 7 pm until 10 pm, 11 pm, or midnight. Open every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights beginning October 5th.
Terror in the Corn - Tucson, AZ
Terror opens October 5th. Frightening possibilities await as you enter a Haunted Cornfield. Attraction is professionally designed with live actors and scary props. Check out the flashlight corn maze and zombie paintball. Visit Friday and Saturday nights in October plus more dates being added. Doors open around 6:30 pm until midnight. Tickets on most nights are $25 including new corn maze and 3D attraction.
The Crypt Haunted Attractions - Mesa, AZ
The Crypt opens September 21st. Located just off US 60 in the Fiesta Mall parking lot is three haunted attractions. The Crypt, The Asylum, and the all new Chaos Maze. Tickets prices vary based on one attraction, two or more. All three attractions are just $25. Hours are 7 pm until midnight on Friday and Saturday or 10 pm on other nights. Open Wednesday through Sunday in October plus added dates the week of Halloween.
The House on Camino - Mesa, AZ
The House on Camino is closed for 2018.
Yuma Nightmares Haunted House - Yuma, AZ
Open from 7PM until 9:20PM most nights. Attraction is open Friday and Saturday nights beginning October 13th plus added dates Halloween week. Tickets are $9. A charity haunt with proceeds from this event benefit Yuma’s Habitat for Humanity!
Sometimes the best haunted house for you is across the Arizona state line. If you find yourself near the boundary with another state, or that is where the nearest metropolitan area is, there may be a haunted house that’s worth visiting there. We have listed haunts in these close states for you to also consider in addition to the Arizona haunted houses above: California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico and Utah
You may also be interested in our article on Haunted Houses and Horror Movies | History of Fear.
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