Oklahoma City haunted houses are some of the largest United States. Enjoy a great scary night out with your spouse, date, or friends. You will be terrified at these haunted attractions. For the price of a fast food meal 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 Oklahoma City area including the cities of Luther, Meeker, and Chickasaw .Last Major Update:
Oklahoma City was founded in 1889 by homesteaders during The Land Run. We doubt that all of the lands were claimed in a peaceful manner, so we expect there should be a ghost or two around these parts to scare you around Halloween.
Frontier City Fright Fest - Oklahoma City, OK
Fright Fest opens for the season on September 29th. Frontier City is back with its spook-tacular event Fright Fest. It runs Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights in October. The park is open all day but at night from 6 pm to 11 pm Fright Fest brings out the ghouls and goblins. Purchase online in advance for additional discounts. During this year’s Fright Fest, the Frontier City gates will open to a petrifying post-apocalyptic world where guests will encounter terrors at every turn as soon as darkness falls. Radioactive mutants, zombies, and monsters emerge nightly for the Festival of Fright Parade at 6:30p before heading to their dead-end at one of the seven horrifying haunted attractions.
The Castle Halloween Festival - Muskogee, OK
Attraction opens on September 28th. The Castle of Muskogee is a full entertainment haunt attraction. The Castle park is open for rides and entertainment. The Fright Haunted Castle is open 6 pm to 10 pm each Friday and Saturday in October. A $35 Fright combo pass gets you into the cemetery maze Casa Morte, haunted house Domas Horrificus, haunted woods Field of Blood, and the Ultimate Maze. You can start in the Halloween Village for free and also buy individual attraction tickets. Parking is Free. They have a range of family friendly mild haunts to absolutely terrifying attractions.
The Sanctuary - Oklahoma City, OK
This popular attraction opens up on September 28th. The Sanctuary is Oklahoma’s newest and largest haunted house. The story is build around an institution following World War II. A German Doctor Hammond is hired who later imprisons the owner and conducts horrible Nazi like experiments on the patients. The attraction is much like a live horror movie. Being new, the owners of The Sanctuary use some of the latest Hollywood styled set designs and themes. Experience their state of the art special effects this year. Ticket are only $25. The show starts every Friday and Saturday night. Doors open at 8 pm and close at 12 am.
Trail of Fear - Luther, OK
This Oklahoma City attraction is similar to their Lawton location. It is open Friday and Saturday nights in October. A general admission ticket for includes the Hackensaw Haunted Hill and Magic Guild. Ticket booth is open nightly from 6:30 pm until 10 pm. Gates open at 7 pm.
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