Find the local haunted houses in North Dakota at our Funtober directory listing of 2020 Halloween haunted houses. We know one thing for sure – the haunts in North Dakota will terrify you and your friends. Spend a night out in October visiting with all the vampires, ghosts, creatures of the dark, zombies, and walking dead at some of the fantastic haunted trails and haunted houses in the country. Check out our TOP 100 HAUNTED HOUSES FOR HALLOWEEN 2019 in America. Last Major Update:
Acres of Terror - Leonard, ND
Open every Friday and Saturday nights starting in late September through early November. Tickets are $25. Lots of killers, monsters, werewolves and more creatures to scare the hell out of you. Acres of Terror has everything from a scary corn maze to an old abandoned school, all decorated and ready for tours. More than 30 actors ready to put on a show as guests come through. Lace up your shoes and be ready for a great time!
Dark Acres - Williston, ND
Haunted Fort - Mandan, ND
The best scare in Fort Lincoln returns the middle of October. Haunted Fort is located at Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park. They have put this scare event on for the past 18 years. Tickets are $15-18. Doors open at 7 PM on Friday and Saturday nights in October. They have a kids bash event also in October. Again this year is a Zombie Battlefield paintball experience..
Jamestown ND Haunted House - Jamestown, ND
Nelson’s Pumpkin Patch - Emerado, ND
Enjoy the 11 acre corn maze as you wind your way through Spookley’s Maze, the haunted attraction, at Nelson’s Pumpkin patch. This farm has daytime and nightime fun complete with hayrides, pumpkins, mazes, games, rides, and farm fun. Also visit Gruesome Granary Haunted House.
The Crypt at Jacobs Manor - Leonard, ND
The Crypt runs the last two Friday and Saturday nights in October. Prepare for a THRILLING sensation filled with SCARES that guarantees to DELIGHT! A CHARITY Haunted House, brimming with creativity and visual treats of the macabre. A GREAT date night destination and the only admission is anything non-perishable for the Fargos Women and Childrens Shelter at the YWCA.
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