Funtober has a complete list of local 2020 Halloween haunted houses in South Dakota. Check out the haunted houses, trails, hayrides, and more Halloween entertainment that opens up each October. Expect to see a few vampires, zombies, ghosts and goblins roaming the countryside during Halloween. Our haunted attractions feature Hollywood type set designs, live actors, air blasters, and plenty of creepy costumes to make you scream. Last Major Update:
Fear Asylum - Brookings, SD
Get tickets for Fear Asylum. They also have a Last Ride and pictures combo ticket or VIP packages. Doors open at 6:30 pm. They are open Friday and Saturday nights beginning in early October plus Halloween night.
Scarecrow Hollow Haunted House - Mobridge, SD
Scarecrow Hollow runs this season on Friday and Saturday nights. It runs the last two weekends in October. Proceeds benefit local charities in the area. The attraction has provided a decade of darkness.
Sioux Falls Jaycees Feargrounds - Sioux Falls, SD
This long running charity attraction is open most Thursday through Saturday nights beginning around the middle of October. Open: Ticket Window – Opens at 6:45pm Doors Open – 7pm Close: Weekdays: Last ticket sold at 9 pm, closes at 9:30 pm Fridays & Saturdays: Last ticket sold 11:30 pm, closes at 12 am. Visit our website to purchase your tickets online.
Terror in the Dark Haunted House - Rapid City, SD
Terror opens around the middle of October. Tickets start at $10. Combo ticket available. Doors open at 7 pm. They are open 7 nights in October. This is a large 12,000 square foot indoor haunted attraction themed “Creepers in the Night”.
Twisted Nightmare - Sioux Falls, SD
The Twisted Nightmare is 100% volunteer that supports the South Dakota Fraternal Order of Police and Feeding South Dakota. We do guided tours of 4-6 people with 4-5 tours running at a time. If your group is larger we will try to accommodate or split you up depending on how many you bring. We will also try to combine smaller groups to keep the line moving quickly. They run Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights starting in early October.
You may also be interested in our article on Haunted Houses and Horror Movies | History of Fear.
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