Haunted Houses in South Carolina for Halloween 2019

Find creepy Halloween haunted houses in South Carolina this October 2019.  Funtober has a complete list of local haunted houses, haunted hayrides, haunted trails, scream parks and more Halloween entertainment.  Expect to find lots of zombies, witches, vampires, and creatures roaming around the South Carolina woods.  Haunted attractions feature Hollywood type set designs, air blasters, live actors, and spectacular costumes and makeup.  You will be frightened so plan a night out with your friends for some scary entertainment.

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Dark Castle Haunted Attractions - Elgin, SC
Dark Castle has combined The Dark Trail and Dungeon of Darkness with a zombie paintball experience for 2018.  It  opens this season on September 28th.  Both a 10,000 square foot indoor haunt and outdoor attraction featuring a terrifying zombie survival scenario. Now celebrating their 11th year. Doors open at 7 pm.  Open Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights through November 3rd plus Halloween night.

Deceased Farm - Lexington, SC
Lots of fear beginning on September 21st.  Open Friday and Saturday nights in September and Thursday through Sunday nights in October.  The farm has two complete haunted attractions. It includes a haunted corn maze and 3-D haunted experience. The combo price for both attractions is $20 on Friday and Saturday or $16 on other nights. Attraction opens at dark and runs until everyone has gone through the attraction.  Deceased Farm begins with a unique, mind-warping trip through a 3D nightmare. While wearing your glasses, you will be surrounded with astonishingly detailed artwork, ghastly monsters with their toys, and 3D effects sure to have you questioning your sanity.  You will then be transported to a dark and desolate farm, inhabited by unspeakable creatures hoping to make you this year’s harvest! Just when you think you have made it out alive, you will be plunged into 2 acres of dark cornfields. For more entertainment while at Deceased Farm, be sure to check out our highly raved about zombie paintball shooting gallery. You can gather around our coffin fire pit to enjoy s’mores with your friends. Enjoy a cold one at “Deceased Brews” (No I.D., no beverage. No exceptions.).

Fear Farm Haunted House - Blacksburg, SC
The fun begin on October 6th.  An 8000 square foot haunted attraction featuring 40 live actors. Help defend Bloody Springs from the Zombie Apocalypse. Buried in our graveyard are zombies. Experience Dark Maze, Killbilly Swamp, rat infested sewer, psycho, and insane asylum. Tickets are $20 to go through all 4 main attractions.  Parking is free. Fear Farm is open every Friday and Saturday night plus Halloween. Doors open at 7 pm until after 11:30 pm.

Gilbert House of Terror - Gilbert, SC
Event opens Friday night October 12th.  Doors open at 7:30 pm and the ticket office closes at 11 pm. Tickets are $15 on Friday and Saturday nights through Halloween night. Are you ready to experience 13 rooms and 9 nights of Fright? All proceeds support local charities.

Hall of Horrors - Cayce, SC
Hall of Horrors opening night is October 12th.  A haunted house featuring 3000 square feet of pure mechanical mayhem. Tickets are $10 for Human Stockyards and $25 for the Excape Room experience. What are the top secret details of Xperiment13? The patients have been evacuated and the place is quarantined. The haunt also has special blackout nights. See webside for details.  Generally open every Friday and Saturday nights from 8 pm to midnight plus Thursday and Sunday before Halloween.

Kreepy Hallow - Bishopville, SC
Enjoy opening night on September 14th.  It takes about one hour to go through Kreepy Hollow’s three main attractions Zombie Breakout, Kreepy’s Haunted House, and Keepers Bus Ride. Tickets are $20 to experience clown tunnel, disfigured hillbillies, the two mile scary hayride, and haunted house. The ticket booth opens at 7 pm. Parking is free and there are two concession stands onsite. Open Friday and Saturday nights in September and Thursday through Sunday nights in October plus some other dates.  See website for details.

Nightmare Dungeon - Greenville, SC
The season begins on September 14th.  An all new experience this year in an all new abandoned house.  Imagine being inside a live horror film. Attraction is filled with special effects, scary sets, actors, and frights. Local patients were once infected with a sadistic virus and tortured. Experience the horrors that occurred in Greenville. Attraction is open every night through November 5th. Tickets are $30. Open from 7 pm until 2 am. THAT’S RIGHT The Abandoned Cabin® has ANOTHER YEAR planned for you Starting Sept 14th thru Nov 3rd Every Single Night…EVEN IF ITS RAINING !!! We’ve got ya covered, It’s gonna be one “HELL” of a night that you don’t want to miss AND YOU GET TO GO THRU BACKWARDS THIS TIME that’s right BACKWARDS, if you’ve been to the Abandoned Cabin before then you’ll see a total difference in a backwards tour thru the cabin NOTHING WILL BE THE SAME AS LAST YEAR ! You’ll be trapped inside with 40 Plus Actors and their all feeling some kind of way this year.  you will meet them all face to face and their going to get as close as they want to in your face and who knows what else they have in mind !! Alot changed in the cabin this year and we don’t go by the rules and you’ll see what we mean, Some of you might not even be able to find your way out on this 2 Story Cabin In The Woods on these Twisted Nights. HORROR, TERROR, HAIR RAISING FEAR IS GOING TO WRECK YOUR NIGHT ON THESE NIGHTS HERE AT Nightmare Dungeon®,

Nightmare Haunted House - Myrtle Beach, SC
Nightmare is open daily starting at noon.  Myrtle Beach’s darkest haunted attraction since 1989. Nightmare Haunted House is usually open 7 days a week all year. Call 843-626-0022 for details on the monthly dates and attractions. This year’s theme is Zombie Zone. Tickets are $10.

Nightmare Hollow - Spartanburg, SC
Back for their 18th season. Walk through the haunted trail into a bone chilling haunt. Tortured souls are waiting for their revenge. The walk takes about 35 minutes. Doors open at dusk. Call 864-809-8115 for more 2018 information or check their web page. Attractions runs Friday and Saturday nights from September 28th through October.  Also some added nights Halloween week.

Scream Acres - Bishopville, SC
The season kicks off on September 21st.  Scream Acres has been open for more than 10 years. Tickets are $15. The haunted house is open dark to 1 am every Friday and Saturday or Sunday until 10 pm. Leave your chainsaw at home as they have plenty in use. Expect to scream. It runs every Friday and Saturday from late September and every Friday through Sunday nights in October.

Terror Under The Bridge - Myrtle Beach, SC
Sorry folks this attraction has closed.

The 901 Nightmare - Edgemoor, SC
Enjoy the fun beginning on October 5th.  Nightmare is back for the 2018 season with lots of new scares. Tickets are $15 most nights. Attraction runs every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights plus Halloween in October.  Doors open at 7:30 pm. This is an outdoor attractions featuring blood and lots of it. Fear and fright are not an option.

The Boneyard Trail of Terror - Campobello, SC
Sorry folks The Boneyard is closed for 2018.  They expect to return for 2019.

Treedine’s Haunted Farm - Piedmont, SC
Attraction opens on September 29th.  Doors open at 7 pm and close at 11 pm on Friday and Saturday or 10 pm on other nights. Concessions are available and parking is $1. There are two haunts named Midnite Hill and The Forest. Some of the scenes are PSyko Sylum, Camp Crystal Lake, Santimazium, The Butcher, The Home and Underground. Treedines have been operating for over 25 years. Expect it to be scary and fun.  Open every Friday and Saturday nights through Halloween.

Wompus Woods Haunted Trail - Cowpens, SC
This attraction opens on September 29th.  “Wompus” is a big 12 foot beast roaming the South Carolina woods. Tickets prices vary so save money and get both the walking trail and hayride for $30.  Each haunt takes about 30 minutes to experience. Doors open at dusk and close at 2 am on Friday and Saturday nights.  Attractions run every Friday and Saturday nights in October.

Atlanta has some great haunted houses, and so does North Carolina. Don’t forget to consider visiting them if you’re close to the state line. Check out our listings for: Georgia, North Carolina, and Tennessee.

Find other fun things to do in South Carolina in October:

Oktoberfest in South Carolina
South Carolina Festivals
South Carolina Corn Mazes
South Carolina Ghost Tours
South Carolina Pumpkin Patches

Haunted Houses in South Carolina
Halloween Haunted Houses

Check out the TOP 100 HAUNTED HOUSES FOR HALLOWEEN 2018 and our list of the Top 100 Haunted Houses 2017 in America.  Is your favorite haunted attraction on the top 10 and top 100 state list?

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

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4 thoughts on “Haunted Houses in South Carolina for Halloween 2019

  1. Wendy says:

    Just to correct you. .. charleston has its jail and dungeon tours…. there is also Fright Nights at Boone Hall and Hollywood does a Halloween festival which includes a Haunted hayride…

  2. Cassie says:

    We went to Kreepy Hollow in Bishopville this past weekend. We waited 3.5 hours for the 1.5 minute bus ride to drop us off at the haunted house where we were expected to wait for another 2 hours, then wait another 2 hours for the hayride. They really need to do better with time management. My kids were disappointed that we didn’t get to do the haunted house or the hayride but it was 1 am by the time we took the bus ride. I would say don’t waste your time.

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