San Diego haunted houses are some of the scariest in California. Enjoy a great scary night out with your spouse, date, or friends. Expect to be terrified at these haunted attractions. For the price of a movie you can be part of the action as you come face to face with terror. Most use 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 San Diego area.Last Major Update:
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Because of San Diego’s mild climate and famously beautiful weather, the ghosts of San Diego really don’t have much to complain about. If you encounter a scary one at these haunted houses, please ask for us why they are so upset!
Field of Screams Haunted Stadium - Lake Elsinore, CA
Field of Screams operates 4 haunted mazes and 2 scarezones. Each are themed for the maximum terror. Doors open at 7:00 pm each Thursday, Friday, and Saturday in October beginning October 5th. All new scenes, mazes, creatures and entertainment for 2018.
Haunted Trail at Balboa Park - San Diego, CA
The Haunted Trail is a stroll through the park you will never forget. Enter the mile long Trail through the twisted grove of pines and gnarled oaks of San Diego’s world-famous Balboa Park! This year, you can get up close and personal with horror icons like Pennywise, Leatherface, Freddy, and Michael Myers. Open Wednesday through Sunday starting September 28th.
Mckamey Manor - San Diego, CA
This attraction is open year around every Friday and Saturday night. You need to call 858-672-2848 to reserve a ticket and find out the secret location. This is an experience unlike any other around. The actors here can and will touch you. Expect to be roughed up.
Savage House - San Diego, CA
Savage House opens October 4th. Get immersed in a twisted storyline. They operate a Haunt attraction for $18 and a Museum for $5. They are open Thursday through Sunday nights. Check their website for additional dates and times. Free Parking. They are located in the Target parking lot at the Westfield Mission Valley.
Scream Zone - Del Mar, CA
The fun starts the night of September 23rd. Now over 20 years old; the Scream Zone features three bloodcurdling attractions named the Haunted Hayride, The House of Horror, and KarnEvil plus a fabulous zombie paintball attraction. These attractions are open. The park has concession stand with food, gifts, and beer. Tickets start cheap for one attraction and go up to 3 attractions plus a number of combo ticket options. Buy online and save some money. The times are 7 pm to midnight on Friday and Saturday or 11:00 pm other nights. They are open most nights in October for terror. Check their web page for a schedule.
Sinister Pointe Scary Place - Laguna, CA
All new location featuring 150,000 square foot space with three major haunted attractions. Opens up on September 28th. Sinister Pointe Scary Place runs every Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights. Features attractions, live stage shows, interactive frightening games, concessions, and of course a lot of terror. Attractions are Phobias, Evil on 2, The Boogeyman Express, and Scream Zones.
The Haunted Hotel - San Diego, CA
New season begins September 21st. Open Friday and Saturday nights in September and Wednesday through Sunday nights in October. San Diego’s longest running haunted house is back again for 2018. Escape the tortuous Dissectors, hop aboard the Clown Subway or enjoy creepy doll island. Tickets are $20 cash or online at The Haunted Hotel.
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