Find all the Halloween haunted houses in Georgia below in the Funtober directory of haunted attractions for 2021. We list haunted houses as well as haunted trails, haunted houses near me, haunted hayrides, scream parks, and more below. In September and October scary entertainment is one of the largest industries.
13 Stories Haunted House - Newman, GA
Your deepest fears await starting around the middle of September. The basic haunt here is 13 Stories but there are so many attractions and things to do and see. Ward B is another extremely scary haunted house with 13 Stories. There are four attractions including the zombie paintball hunt. 13 Stories have a combined ticket price or buy an individual haunt. Here you can wear your costume but no face mask. They have fog, strobe lights, gory creatures, loud sounds, and loud music. Expect to find rats, spiders, snakes, roaches, and maybe a 3D clown. The attractions are 13 Stories, Vertigo, Ward B, Zombie Alley, and Clown Town. Ask about a separate attraction called Sacrifice Extreme Haunt. Check their schedule so you see the specific haunt on the day you want. Generally open Friday through Sunday nights in October. 13 Stores has over 43000 Facebook likes. Note they run a very competitive laser tag facility throughout the year so check with them anytime. They have taken a number of safety measure to reduce virus exposure such as online queues for wait times and small groups go through together to allow for social distancing. Lots of hand sanitizer around also plus other safety measures.
Albany Frightnights Haunted House - Albany, GA
Albany Frightnights has announced they are closed this fall due to the current virus issues. They hope to see everyone in 2021.
ATL Dead - College Park, GA
This live action game runs every Thursday through Sunday nights from early October. The undead have taken over the “A” and only one outpost remains. Teams of up to 6, armed with foam dart guns, will fight their way through an abandoned storefront in search of a vaccine that could rid humanity from the infection. Will you survive long enough to save the city? One part haunted house, one part immersive theater, and one part live action video game, this 45 minute adventure is recommended for brave souls 10 years of age and up. Flat closed toe shoes are recommended.
Camp Blood - Carrollton, GA
Camp Blood returns in late September. It has been scary for more than 30 years. There are more than a few chainsaw carrying psychos running around Carrollton, Georgia. Your ticket gets you into Mental-brook Estates and Camp Blood. Additional combo attractions available. Doors open at 9 pm every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights in October plus a couple special events. Check web page for details.
Containment Haunted House - Lithia Springs, GA
Attractions run Friday and Saturday nights starting in early October plus added Thursday and Sunday nights in October. Check web page for more nights Halloween week. Containment is filled with live actors, cutting edge special effects, animatronics, and interactive monster puppets designed to put you in the middle of a horror movie. We have created scenes of classic horror that embrace the spirit of Halloween along with scenes of more modern torture and terror. From a ghostly forest to a gruesome dentist, Containment is one of the last true old school haunted houses that hit every genre of horror. We specialize in your fear! Deep within the bowels of Containment lay its darkest secrets. It has been rumored that something truly evil lies within. Creatures from another realm, stuck between two worlds, wonder the winding labyrinth of shipping containers.
Davisboro Haunted House - Davisboro, GA
The season starts in early October. Attraction is open every Friday and Saturday nights. Doors open 7 pm. A two story Victorian home transformed into Georgia’s scariest haunt. It’s a wall crawling experience with Tunnel of Fear, and Beyond the Grave. Tickets are $15.
Escape Woods at The Sleepy Hollow Farm - Powder Springs, GA
Escape Woods is the ultimate escape experience perfect for team building events, date nights, and adventures with friends. Our escape game adventures are unlike any others in the world. Our games are fully immersive and allow you to feel like your are living out the plot of a movie. We offer fun adventure games (non-scary) perfect for adults and older kids as well as scarier escape games for adults. Part of the hit Netflix show “Stranger Things” was filmed at Escape Woods.
Fear the Woods - Stockbridge, GA
Haunt returns in late September. Fear in the Woods has a Haunted Hayride, Haunted Barn, Haunted Trail, Zombie Paintball Hayride, Reptile Exhibit, and Pumpkin cannon. Tickets priced from $19 for one attraction or $33 for combo. Open every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night after 7 pm in October plus Halloween night.
Fearopolis - Commerce, GA
Fearopolis returns in late September through October. Attraction is located at the Funopolis Family Fun Center, but on Friday and Saturday night fun in October, it becomes Fearopolis! Non-haunt runs 11 am to 7 pm on Friday and Saturday. The scary haunt time is 7 pm to 11 pm on Fridays and Saturdays. Have fun with Zombie Paintball Hayride, Haunted House, and an Axe Throw Challenge.
Folklore Haunted House - Acworth, GA
Open weekend nights starting in late September. Attraction runs most Wednesday through Sunday nights in October plus some other dates. See web page for details. The theme of Folklore is that evil has many forms. Demons, tortured souls, vampires come from legends and fables. Tickets are $18-26 depending on the night.
Gates of Misery - Rome, GA
Sorry folks but Gates of Misery will not open this season because of virus concerns. They hope to see everyone in 2021. The legend is that no one has ever escaped the misery, pain, and screams at the Gates of Misery. This is a 12,000 square foot haunt filled with tortures and nightmares in a two story building. Updated this year is The Labyrinth and Schoolhouse of Horror as new added attractions. Open every Friday and Saturday. Gates open at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $20.
Haunted Montrose - Montrose, GA
Haunt is open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights plus Halloween in October. Ticket Booth opens at 6:30 pm the House opens at dark. Featured attractions are the Old Slaughterhouse, Havoc 3D, Experimental, and Industrial Rave. Tickets are around $22.
Hell’s Gates - Dawsonville, GA
Open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights from around the middle of October through early November. More than a haunted house! This is an outdoor reality drama. You are not just watching, but you are actually immersed in the whole experience.
Mercenary Mayhem’s Man VS Monster - Atlanta, GA
New daytime Halloween attraction in Atlanta. A riddle war between man and monster to retrieve the most cash and come out victorious! Held at Emma Millican Park. Open every weekend in October with 1pm and 3pm timeslots. Takes an hour. Ages 14+
Netherworld Haunted House - Stone Mountain, GA
Returning to Stone Mountain this fall. Opening is in late September. Netherworld near Atlanta just might be the best haunted house in Georgia if not the country. Each year it seems to just get better with new scenes, sets, and screams. This years theme is The Season Of The Witch in the main haunt attraction followed by the basement show. It takes about one hour to go through Netherworld not counting for the long wait lines. Netherworld Haunted House is open from 7 pm to 11 pm. It runs Monday through Thursdays are from 7:30 pm to 10:30 pm. Friday and Saturday nights the attraction runs 7 pm to midnight. Tickets are vary based on the attraction, combos, and night of the week. So basically this attraction is open every night in October plus some November dates. Be aware of the horrific plot to punish all of mankind that went awry. Try to survive the giant bugs, wasps, spiders, and maggots. These places are beyond scary. This clearly is one of the best and most popular haunt attractions in the country. Netherworld has over 149000 Facebook likes.
Nightmares Gate - Douglasville, GA
Experience Georgia’s own haunted hospital. The patients have escaped. Tickets available for Nightmares Gate. Doors open at 8 pm. Open Friday through Sunday nights in October beginning in late September. They have a new location at 3931 Longview Drive, Douglasville, GA 30135.
Paranoia Haunted House - Canton, GA
Paranoia returns to Canton, Georgia in late September. The two attractions are Experiment and Slaughter Shack. Gates open at 7:30 pm and close 12 am. Open on Fridays, Saturday, and Sunday nights. Admission is $25. Get the combo ticket for $35 to get into both attractions. Open a variety of additional nights in October.
Plantation Blood - Augusta, GA
Enjoy the fright experience at this 30,000 square foot entertainment complex. Expect to find a great haunt plus fortune tellers, games, pyrotechnic show, and food. Open Wednesday through Sunday starting in late September. They don’t touch but expect they will violate your personal space.
Ringgold’s Haunted Depot - Ringgold, GA
The Ringgold Haunted Depot is a spooktacular family event in Downtown Ringgold, GA. For the month of October the Historic Ringgold Depot is transformed into a terrifying maze of horrors! Looking for a good scare? Come and see us! We’re open every Friday and Saturday the last three weekends in October. Gates open at 7:00 pm! Live entertainment is provided nightly while you wait to enter the Haunted Depot. An Old Fashioned Hay Ride is available for the faint of heart and Ghost Rides throughout downtown will run beginning at 7:00 pm.
Scarehouse of the South - Gillis Springs, GA
Scarehouse opens in early October. A nightmare at your worst is this 6400 square foot mansion. A one of a kind experience. Tickets are $20. It begins at dark. They run a creative, original, adrenaline packed horror show unique for the southeast. Attraction opens every Saturday and most Fridays in October. This is an extreme haunt so don’t even think about bringing the kids. Expect vulgar language, nudity, fright, and they do not leave you alone. So scream away.
Six Flags HallowFest - Austell, GA
Opens for Halloween season beginning around the middle of September. HallowFest is one of the largest haunted attractions in the country. They convert Six Flags into a full Halloween haunt with lots of scare attractions and entertainment. Entertainment includes Southern Cemetery Conjuring, Salem Witch Trials, Bayou Bloodlush, Gotham City, Cemetery of the Undead, Asylum, The Last Ride and many more new attractions. Also many of Six Flags great rides have been re-themed and operating during Fright Fest. Save money and buy your tickets online. Open every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night in October.
Terror in the Wild - Valdosta, GA
It doesn’t appear that Wild Adventures will run the Terror in the Wild haunt this fall. The park is open and they do run their Pumpkin Spice Festival in late September and October.
Terror Mills - Jackson, GA
Terror Mills opens in early October and runs every Thursday through Saturday nights in October. An old early 1900’s chicken farm that has been ran by the Bugtussel family. So if you dare come and visit! We look forward to turning your worst nightmares into reality! Tickets are $17 each.
The Ungrounded Thriller Escape - Atlanta, GA
New Atlanta Halloween attraction. A thrilling outdoor escape adventure. 25 minutes to survive darkness! Defend yourself from hordes of evil as you solve riddle boxes the escape the thrill! DEFEND, SOLVE, ESCAPE. Held at Emma Millican Park, Thursday-Sunday all October with reservations between 7:30 and 11pm. Reservations + Online payment only means NO LINES. Free Parking. Ages 12+
The Atlanta haunted houses are fabulous. But if you live close to another state, it may be quicker to jump across the border to one of these haunted attractions:
South Carolina and
Madrac Farms – Rincon, GA
Open every starting in early October. It features an 8 acre pumpkin patch growing a special Orange Bulldog Pumpkin designed for the South Georgia climate. Pick them right off the vine. Also a 5 acre corn maze, hayrides, farm animals and a new tire playground. Admission is $7 for ages 3 and up, plus the cost of your pumpkin. Face painting, bouncy house and pony rides are extra. A Pumpkin’ Chunkin’ contest runs at the end of October. They also feature Friday and Saturday nights a Haunted Maze. Their address is 580 Ralph Rahn Rd., Rincon, GA 31326. It is about 23 miles northwest of Savannah.
Uncle Shuck’s – Dawsonville, GA
Open on weekends starting in early September. Enjoy finding your pumpkin, take a daytime hay ride along the Etowah river, get lost in the 12 acre corn maze, and play with other fall fun such as the corn cannon. Also starting late September they run a nighttime haunted trail with a bonfire attraction. Their address is 4520 Highway 53 E, Dawsonville, GA 30534. It is about 53 miles north of Atlanta.
Yule Forest – Stockbridge, GA
Pick your own pumpkin right off the vine. Available activities include the petting zoo, hayride, pony rides, train rides, various educational exhibits and fun zone with slide, obstacle course, hop-a-long horse race and inflatable jungle. On Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings, you’ll find a haunted house and hay ride called Fear the Woods. Open to the public on weekday afternoons starting in October. Also open Saturday and Sunday. Admission price per person with an upgrade includes a small pumpkin and fun zone. Special event: Hero’s Weekend and Teacher’s Appreciation Weekend. Located southeast of Atlanta. They are located about 21 miles southeast of Atlanta.
The Enchanted Maize at Blowing Springs Farm – Flintstone, GA – Multiple Mazes
Haunted Corn Maze. Daytime fun on Friday through Sunday with a great corn maze and farm activities.
After dark, enjoy the Forest of Fear and Ghost Ride at the Blowing Screams Farm haunted attraction. Have fun at the critter corral, on the cow train or the other fall farm fun. Just south of Chattanooga. Location: 271 Chattanooga Valley Rd, Flintstone, GA 30725
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