Sacramento Haunted Houses for Halloween 2017

Sacramento haunted houses are some of the best in California.  Spend a fun night out with your spouse, date, or friends.  You will be terrified at these haunted attractions.  For the price of a Giants ticket you can be part of the action as you come face to face with terror.  Most use sound FX, animatronics, great props, Hollywood sets, and actors with makeup beyond belief.  You will be frightened.  Find all the haunted houses, trails, corn mazes, hayrides, and Halloween fun attractions in the Sacramento area.

Also check out our list of the Top 100 Haunted Houses 2017 in America.  Is your favorite haunted attraction on the top 10 and top 100 state list?

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More than a few bodies are buried in California’s capital city. So it shouldn’t surprise you that around Halloween these politicians have recruited their friends to scare the masses.

Callson Manor DireWorld Scarepark - Roseville, CA
Callson Manor joined with Heartstoppers Haunted House to create the attraction DireWorld Scarepark. As Sacramento’s largest haunted house, Callson Manor features 9 scare attractions plus it provides a wonderful group of entertainment events. The haunts are The Chase, Road Kill Café, Darkness, Panic, Vampire’s Crypt, Callison Manor, Oddities, The Asylum, and Chainsaw Maze. They advertise they will “change the way you scream.” Callson Manor is located in Roseville at the Placer County Fairgrounds. The times are 7:30 pm to 10 pm. In addition to the haunts, enjoy Bubbles BBQ, the tarot reader, The Long Dead Stage show, and zombie paintball.

Cemetarium - Citrus Heights, CA
Cemetarium operates the 20,000 square foot haunt named Terror in the Night. It has over 100 volunteers working each night. It opens their Full Scare show in early October. Attractions include KAUS, Alternative Therapy, Zombie Heights, Hallway of Fear, and the all new Psycho Circus. Doors open at 7 pm. Tickets are for the combo low scare ticket or for the full scare combo ticket. Individual tickets to a single attraction are less. They operate as a low scary family facility on select nights. They open for full scare on select nights.

Fear Overload - San Leandro, CA
The fun begins September 29th.  The three haunts at Fear Overload are Static Noise, The Plastic Surgeon, plus Live Horror Entertainment.  A high shock attraction with horrifying scenes about San Francisco’s grisliest serial killer. You Psychotic takes you into a labyrinth experience through the paranormal. Are you next? Costumes can be worn but leave the face paint and mask at home. Tickets start at $25. Doors are open at 7:00 pm until 12:00 am on most Friday and Saturday nights or 10:00 pm on other nights. Caution this is a very scary haunt with some of these for very mature audiences only. Enjoy.  Runs most nights from September 29th through November 11th.  Check their webpage for schedule.

Fright Planet - Sacramento, CA
America’s Haunted Theme Park is Fright Planet. Doors open at 7:00 pm. Tickets prices vary per person on select nights. The haunts include Cannibal Cabin, Blackout Live, Distorted Maze, and Hobart’s Doll Factory.

Slipknot’s Scream Park - Sacramento, CA
The attraction opens September 29th.  Named one of the best in the nation, this Scream Park is produced by the twisted minds of the international metal band Slipknot. Three outrageous haunted attraction plus live horror entertainment. Attractions are Prepare For Hell, Clown’s Playhouse, and Skin Ticket. Parking is free. General Admission is $25-30. Yes be afraid, you should be very afraid.  Open most nights in October.

Zombieland / Corbett’s House of Horror - Roseville, CA
Sorry folks, Corbett’s will be closed for 2016.  Hope they return next year.

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Write a review about the last Halloween haunted attraction you visited.  Please include the haunt name, state, and city.  What did you like most?  How scary was the haunt?  Was it a haunted house, haunted trail, haunted hayride, haunted corn maze or other type of attraction?  What was the haunts theme?  (zombies, clowns, ghosts, etc.) Did they have amenities such as food concessions, parking, restrooms, convenient hours, and live entertainment? We would love to hear from you below about your visit.  Thanks for your response.

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