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.
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Callson Manor DireWorld Scarepark - Roseville, CA
Sorry folks. This haunt did not open in 2018. They are searching for a new location. At this point they have not announced plans for 2019. Check their web page for updates.
Cemetarium - Citrus Heights, CA
Cemetarium operates the 20,000 square foot haunt that opens October 2019. Psycho Cirucs is their 2nd attraction. Check their web page for details on which event is happening on the night you want to go. It has over 100 volunteers working each night. It opens their Full Scare show on Saturdays in 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 Saturdays.
Fright Planet - Sacramento, CA
Caution as we are concerned this popular haunt will not open in 2019. Their facebook page has not been updated. Check their web page.
Hawes Haunts - Anderson, CA
Hawes Haunts opens on Friday and Saturday nights starting October 2019. It takes place at historic Hawes Farms which is famous for varioius weekend events including a great corn maze and pumpkin patch. The daytime maze starts late September and runs through October. Hawes Haunts has zombies, zombie paintball, haunted trail, maze and lots more fun things to do.
Heartstoppers Haunted House - Rancho Cordova, CA
Sacramento’s longest running haunted attraction brings the fright to the area October 2019. Open Friday and Saturday nights in October plus some added dates. All attractions are redesigned and updated with Asylum taking over the top floor as the insane asylum. Deadlands is our outdoor attraction new for this year. It features a walking dead type theme set in an old West town. Underlands features an all new 3D haunt with a terrifying walking trail in search for Alice. Enjoy lots of carnival food, amusement rides, games and souvenirs for hours of fun. Free roaming zombies and nightmarish creatures add excitement around each corner. Of course admission is just $25 for entry into all the haunted attractions. Fast pass and annual pass options are available. Check website for dates and complete details.
Slipknot’s Ultimate Terror Scream Park - Sacramento, CA
The attraction opens September 27th, 2019. 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 The Bride, Screech Ward, and Morbid Manor. Parking is free. General Admission is $29-33. Yes be afraid, you should be very afraid. Open most nights in October 2019.
Zombieland / Corbett’s House of Horror - Roseville, CA
Corbetts presents Fear Farm which is open every Friday and Saturday in October 2019. They have a haunted corn maze, zombie paintball shoot, and carn evil type circus. Admission starts at $12.
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San Francisco Haunted Houses
Haunted Houses in California
Los Angeles Haunted Houses
Las Vegas Haunted Houses
San Diego Haunted Houses
Portland Haunted Houses
Seattle Haunted Houses
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