Dallas Haunted Houses for Halloween 2017

Dallas haunted houses are some of the scariest in Texas.  Spend a scary night out with your spouse, date, or friends.  Expect to be terrified at these haunted attractions.  For the price of a baseball ticket you can be part of the action as you come face to face with terror.  Most use scary sounds, animatronics, great props, Hollywood sets, and live actors.  You will be frightened.  Dallas has tow popular Funtober 100 favorite haunted attractions.  Review all the Fort Worth, Arlington, Red Oaks, Terrell, Waxahachie haunted houses, trails, corn mazes, hayrides, and Halloween fun attractions in the Dallas area.

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Dallas-Fort Worth grew based on the strength of its cotton and oil. So we have no doubt that the city was a rough place in its early years. And produced enough ghosts to haunt a whole slew of houses.  Dallas has some of the Best Haunted Houses in Texas.

Boneyard Haunted House - Dallas, TX
All new location for 2017. “Experience the Fear” at the Boneyard. Doors open at 7 pm every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday in October  plus every night last two weeks before Halloween. Friday and Saturday nights they are open until midnight. Open until 10 pm other nights. Check webpage for pricing and scheduling details.

Dan’s Haunted House - Lake Dallas, TX
The season begins on September 22nd.  Dan’s Haunted House presents Twisted Fate: The Death of Unkle Kreep.  Japanese Demons of Dan’s Haunted House have taken over the Haunted house industry by storm.  This is an outdoor attraction with real woods and a 6 acre outdoor maze. Ticket prices are $20. They are open from 8:00 pm until 11:00 pm.  Open Friday and Saturday nights September 22-Oct 28th, with an encore presentation from 8-10pm on Sunday, October 29.

Dark Hour Haunted House - Plano, TX
Opening night is September 22nd.  This is the fourth year for this spectacular 47,000 square foot haunt. This is one of the most technical haunts anywhere with lots of animatronics, motion sensors, and QSC sound speakers. Tickets are $28. Open every Friday and Saturday night starting September 22nd plus some Thursday and Sunday nights in October.

J&F House of Terror - Garland, TX
Attraction opens on October 13th.  New name and location in Garland, Texas. It runs Friday and Saturday nights.  All new and extremely scary attractions every year.  Check their ticket schedule for your exact date and time.

Moxley Manor - Bedford, TX
Both attractions open for the season on September 23rd. Expect strange creatures, blood, and zombies at Moxley Manor Haunted House. A story of infidelity, jealously, debt, and murder at a local family home. The second attraction is Big Top Terror.  Sounds like scary circus clowns.  Moxley Manor is open Christmas, Friday’s the 13th, Valentines Day, and of course many dates before Halloween. Open every Friday and Saturday nights starting plus Sundays in October. Doors open at 8 pm in September and 7:30 pm in October. If you want wear your costume however no face masks. Attraction closes on Friday and Saturday in October at midnight. Open until 10 pm on other dates.  This is an indoor haunt open rain or shine. Tickets are $23.

Reindeer Manor Halloween Park - Red Oak, TX
The fun begins September 23rd.  There are three haunts named 13th Street Morgue, Dungeon of Doom, and Reindeer Manor. Find this haunt at Reindeer Manor Abusement Park. Tickets are $15 each or $25 for two shows, or a $35 combo price for all three. In October the attractions open at 7 pm on Saturdays and at 8 pm on Fridays. They are open Friday and Saturday nights.  Most nights they close at 12:30 am. The Morgue dates back to 1915 and has been the location of many paranormal investigations. It is the 2nd most real haunted house in Texas. The Dungeon of Doom is located in an old saloon haunted by 4 entities. Attraction has been recognized nationally for fantastic entertainment.

Screams - Waxahachie, TX
Screams opens on September 29th for their season.  There are 5 major attractions at Screams Halloween Theme Park. Tickets are $27. Activities include the haunts plus games, actors, rides, karaoke, food and drink. The haunts are Castle of Darkness, 3D Pirates of Peril Point, Ghoul’s Graveyard, Unkel Koy’s Klown Maze, and Hotel of Horror. Screams opens 7:30 pm every Friday and Saturday in October. This park is open until 1:30 am on Friday and Saturday.

Strangling Brothers Haunted Circus - Grand Prairie, TX
Appears they are closed for 2017 also.  Strangling Brothers will not open for 2016 but will return next season.

Texas Scaregrounds Haunted House - Alvarado, TX
Presented by Chaos as Texas Scaregrounds there is more than a few blood and gore scenes to scare you senseless. A short drive from Fort Worth, get close and follow the screams. Tickets for the all new attraction Texas Scaregrounds. Also visit Panic’s Playground for free with games, face painting, concessions, and events. Mischief is open Friday and Saturday nights. Doors open at 7:30 pm and close at midnight on Friday and Saturday.  Check schedule for other nights.

Thrillvania Haunted House Park - Terrell, TX
The park opens on October 6th.  Thrillvania Thrill Park is 4 amazing haunt attractions. Thrillvania is open rain or shine. Doors open at 8 pm. The five haunts are “The World Famous Verdun Manor” about a psychopathic werewolf. “Cassandra’s Labyrinth of Terror” deals with clown horror. “Sam Hain’s Trail of Torment” has lots of psychic madness. Finally the Thorn Hall is a chilling experience of sensory overload. Open Friday and Saturday nights in October plus two Sundays and Halloween. Tickets are $29.99-32.99.

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Rate and Review Haunted Houses in Your State

Write a review about the last Halloween haunted attraction you visited.  Please include the haunt name, state, and city.  What did you like most?  How scary was the haunt?  Was it a haunted house, haunted trail, haunted hayride, haunted corn maze or other type of attraction?  What was the haunts theme?  (zombies, clowns, ghosts, etc.) Did they have amenities such as food concessions, parking, restrooms, convenient hours, and live entertainment? We would love to hear from you below about your visit.  Thanks for your response.

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