Haunted Houses in New Mexico for Halloween 2024

Funtober lists the best Halloween haunted houses in New Mexico. We have all the 2024 commercial haunted houses along with haunted trails, haunted corn mazes, and scream parks in October. Plan a night out with your friends to find some zombies, creatures, vampires, and witches running about the state. Expect to see Hollywood type set designs, air blasters, live actors, and professional makeup.

Albuquerque Haunted Houses

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Annual Haunted House at Hobbs - Hobbs, NM
Enjoy the Community Players of Hobbs as they put on their annual haunted house in late October. The Hunt by Nathan Gibbs and Kevin Combs.  Note they have cancelled earlier plays because of the current virus so check their web page to be sure the haunt is running this fall.

Carlsbad Lions Club Haunted House - Carlsbad, NM
Annual charity event hosted by Carlsbad Mall and put on by the local downtown Lions CHigh School Mummers (a local theater group). Small $5 donations accepted.

Dragons House of Horror - Albuquerque, NM
Join us at an all new location this fall for a drive thru “Mile of Terror” virus friendly event.  It is open every Tuesday through Sunday in October. The scary event opens at 7 pm. Friday and Saturday it closes at 12 am, Sunday nights at 9 pm, and at 10 pm on all other nights. Michael, Jason, Pumpkinhead, and Clown Butcher are back to give you terrifying scares.  Open from the middle of September through early November.  New location is at Santa Ana Star Center, Civic Center Circle NE, Rio Rancho, NM.

Haunted Scarecrow - Albuquerque, NM
Albuquerque’s only non-profit, Professional, not for the feint of heart, Scare House! Our proceeds will be donated to local charities. Warning we are New Mexico’s scariest haunted house. “Be there and be scared!”

Horror Hall - Tularosa, NM
Haunting season starts usually starts around the middle of October.  It runs Friday and Saturday nights plus Halloween night.  Check the web page closer to October to see how their opening is affected by the virus situation.  The “no touch” , Creepstyle Haunted House is open for public viewing only several days a year . With original sets, soundtracks , costuming, props, artworks , and various other genuine articles of interest ,you’re sure to have  a memorable experience .Photo ops abound and are welcome.

McCall’s Haunted Farm - Moriarty, NM
Farmer McCall still roams the fields with his axe looking for more victims. McCall’s is open Friday and Saturday nights starting in late September through October. Doors open at 7 pm. The haunt attractions are The Haunted Cornfield and The Haunted Barn. Tickets are priced for a single haunt or a double haunt ticket. Lots of activities and party type atmosphere every night at McCall’s. Pay a small fee $4.95 to enter the facility and join in the fun without actually paying to go through a scary haunt.

Quarantine: Origins - Albuquerque, NM
Quarantine returns with their haunted attraction: Phantasmagoria.  Check their web page for detail or call them at  Telephone: 575-652-6491.  Hosted by Blackout Theater. They typically run Thursday through Saturday starting in early October.

Realm of Darkness - Albuquerque, NM
They are connected with Dragon House of Horror.  Check that listing for details on Realm of Darkness.

Scariest Place On Earth - Albuquerque, NM
A really scary place opens in October.  Open the last 10 days of October.  The 10.000 foot lay out offers chills and thrills at every turn. The actors costumes and make up will shock your imagination. $10. gets you in.

Slaughter House - Albuquerque, NM
The season begins in late September.  Doors open at 6 pm. A low scare runs generally from 6 pm to 7 pm. Full scare starts at 7 pm. Attraction runs Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights plus a number of additional October dates. General Admission tickets run $25 or low scare $20.  You should expect this to be very scary.  They even have a one night forfeit attraction that most people can’t make it through.  Consider this an extreme haunted house.

St. Bernard Farms Corn Maze - Clovis, NM
Farm and corn maze admission is $10.  Haunted house and Haunted corn maze admission is $10 each. All include the hay bale maze, spider web, tire mountain, swings, and more.  St. Bernard Farms has teamed up with Mix 107.5 radio and the Clovis/Curry County Chamber of Commerce to bring you and your family the High Plains corn maze! The maze is the highlight of our attraction, but there is so much more to do and see. The corn maze covers more than 8 acres and you’re gonna love it! Plan to join us this September for good ol’ fashion, family fun.

If you are on the border with another state, your closest haunted house might not be in New Mexico. Also check these bordering states for more haunted attractions: Arizona, Colorado, and Texas.

Find other fun things to do in New Mexico in October: Oktoberfest in New Mexico New Mexico Festivals New Mexico Corn Mazes New Mexico Ghost Tours New Mexico Pumpkin Patches

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You may also be interested in our article on Haunted Houses and Horror Movies | History of Fear.

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One thought on “Haunted Houses in New Mexico for Halloween 2024

  1. Terri & Trey says:

    For the past several years we’ve made the long drive out to McCall’s Haunted Barn because it is SO GOOD! We stood in line for at least 1.5 hours each time, with the teenagers (we’re 30’s-40’s!) and got our pants scared off both times. I don’t think we’re going back this year just because the wait is so long and it’s such a long wait. I think we’ll try the Haunted Scarecrow to see if that’s scary enough and we don’t have to wait so long.

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