Find the best 2020 Halloween haunted houses in Utah at Funtober. We list all the local “haunted houses near me” with haunted trails, haunted corn mazes, and more in our directory of popular haunted attractions. Funtober brings you locations with lots of zombies, witches, vampires, monsters, clowns and creatures of the dark. These haunts have Hollywood type design sets, live scare actors, air blasters, and creepy costumes. Grab your friends for a night out of scream and chills at some haunted houses in Utah. Salt Lake City Haunted Houses Last Major Update: Check out our TOP 100 HAUNTED HOUSES FOR HALLOWEEN 2019 in America. Is your favorite haunted attraction on the top 10 and top 100 state list?
Asylum 49 - Tooele, UT
Opens for the season in the middle of September. Asylum 49 is a haunted hospital and complete entertainment haunt. Great entertainment encompassing a 38,000 square foot facility. The scary characters include the Leprechaun, evil elves, Jason, Jack the Ripper, clowns, Michael Myers, demons, and children of the corn. It runs weekends in September and every night except Sunday and Monday in October. Doors open at 7 pm. Be aware the actors at Asylum will Touch You, scare you, chain you to a bed and do all sorts of crazy, scary things to you. Scary yes, you bet it is. They have special extreme haunted house nights. General Admission is $25.
Castle of Chaos - Midvale, UT
Opens this season beginning in the middle of September. Castle of Chaos is the “home of hands on horror”. Salt Lake attraction is known for The Mansion, The Caverns, Nightmare in 3D, X-Scream Dungeon. Open Friday and Saturday in September and most nights in October. There are several ticket options including General Admission for either haunted house. Ticket include glow wand that will keep the monsters away from you. There are 4 levels of activities at this attraction. This is an extreme haunt: X-Scream Hands On Horror™ is an even more intense level of actor interaction. Some of our actors have been trained to give you a “special” level of Hands On treatment. Not only can the actors touch you, but they can move you as well. This can include picking you up, dragging you off, getting you wet, placing things or our pets on you, restraining you, mock torture, putting you in things, and anything else that is legal and safe. They have 5 levels of tickets that range from mild glow wand to extreme.
Dead City Haunted House - Murray, UT
Opens up in the middle of September. It runs Friday and Saturday nights in September and most Tuesday through Saturday nights in October. Now over 50 rooms of fear with 2019 updates of over $50,000 in animatronics. Also they have 4 less scary days. Tickets for scary events are $25. Expect to see some real scary new creatures at Dead City. Attractions include Army of Darkness and City of Witches.
Fear Factory - Salt Lake City, UT
The Fear Factory opens this season around the middle of September. A paranormal hotspot this former cemetery factory has a history of twisted and unusual accidents. Workers remained dismembered, burned, beheaded and dead. The factory’s history is littered in corpses. The deadly history dates back to 1894. Fear Factory is open Friday and Saturday nights in September. Then it is open every night but Sunday in October. This haunted house opens at 7 pm nightly. Expect a full entertainment experience with live DJ’s or bands playing, concessions, and a few undead. Only street parking is available. It takes about 45 minutes to go through Fear Factory. They have a number of individual and combo ticket options. They have several extreme levels of fright depending on your ticket purchase. However everyone must sign a waiver. Check their web page as they also have some Ghost Stories nights.
Haunted Forest - American Fork, UT
Ongoing for over 25 years they have even more scares this year. Attraction runs Friday and Saturdays starting in the middle of September. Open every night but Sunday in October. It is open 7:30 pm to midnight on weekends or 10 pm on weeknights. They feature a Haunted Forest.
Haunted Halloween Haven - Spanish Fork, UT
Haunted Halloween Haven is a fun and free Halloween display and haunted house walk through in Spanish Fork, Utah. We started in 2003 with a small garage haunt for the neighborhood kids and now it has expanded into quite a production! We incorporate some of the latest projection effects and digital technologies into our haunt as well as animatronics and other lighting effects. Our walk-through will be open from 7:00 to 9:30 pm most nights the week before Halloween. Our outdoor projection show will be available for viewing every night from October 1st through October 31st.
Haunted Hollow Trail of Terror - Ogden, UT
Opens for the season from the middle of September. Wander through their dark forest. Opens Friday and Saturday nights in September. Open Wednesday through Saturday nights in October. You’re stuck in 13 acres of the most menacing, horrifying and ghastly haunted forest in Utah. Hiding behind every tree and lurking around every corner are the demons, ghosts and ghouls that only existed in your worst nightmares: until now. Every step counts, because you don’t know if it will be your last.
Haunted Kays Cross - Kaysville, UT
Open every Friday and Saturday night beginning in early October. Tickets are $15.
Nightmare Acres at Black Island Farms - Syracuse, UT
Black Island Farms returns with Nightmare Acres at an all new location. Join them at 2075 South 4000 West in Syracuse, UT. The farm runs during the day in September and October with hayrides, corn maze, animals and lots of good farm fun. At night it turns scary with Nightmare Acres. Enjoy the hayride and scary corn maze.
Nightmare on 13th - Salt Lake City, UT
The Nightmare returns around the middle of September. Ranked as one of the top haunted attractions in America, Nightmare on 13th is both scary and fun. They bill themselves as the scariest haunted attraction in Salt Lake City. Tickets at $25 get you through all three haunted houses which take about an hour. Doors open at 7:30 pm. Look for Dr. Nightmare around the building. Everyone gets a free online photo taken with one of the haunted characters. Nightmare on 13th opens weekends in September. They are open most nights except Sunday in October. Expect to find frightful scares in Haunted Hollywood, Swamp Blood, and Delirium. Scary, yes very scary for both adults and children. This haunt also has a separate extreme fright experience. This is a Funtober Favorite 100 and a top 100 most popular haunted attraction in the country.
Nightstalkers - West Jordan, UT
Open Friday and Saturday starting around the middle of September. Open every night but Sunday in October. Night Stalkers is one of Utah’s longest and most unique haunted trails, featuring 4 themed attractions in one. The journey begins with CREATURES OF THE CORN. Experience the rush of this eerie cornfield full of creatures stalking your every move. Then enter our all new attraction PHOBIA, where the fears of those who trespass come to life. Next you will be tormented by the chaos of the clown house as they put on their HORROR SHOW. Finally you will be lured into a hypnotic deep sleep full of strange nightmares in 3D SLUMBER, pleasant screams.
Strangling Brothers Haunted Circus (new location) - American Fork, UT
“IT” comes to the circus in the middle of September this season. A former traveling circus, Strangling Brother Haunted Circus is a freak show with a thirst for blood. You will find clowns, freaks, and ghouls. Many consider this the “scariest haunt on earth”. This haunt opens on September 13th and runs weekends in September and most nights in October. Doors open at 7:30 pm. Check out this You Tube video about Strangling Brothers Haunted Circus. Also a very scary haunt so consider this an extreme attraction.
Glen Ray’s Corn Maze – Spanish Fork, UT
A new pumpkin patch and corn maze in Utah, from a Leland family who has been farming for over 100 years and wants to share the experience with you! Open for 2020 season from late September to early November. Small attractions include kids activities like the petting zoo, corn pit, small hay and large straw maze, slides, pumpkin patch, and more. Corn Maze pass is more, with access to all the small attractions plus the 7.5 acre corn maze. On weekends and fall break, the haunted corn maze will be open for you to enjoy too! Children 2 and under are free to all attractions. The farm is located at 1750 W 8000 S, Spanish Fork, UT 84660, just 12 miles south of Provo.
Hee Haw Farms – Pleasant Grove, UT
A popular farm attraction featuring Spring, Summer, and Fall activities including their pumpkin patch and Giant Pumpkin Drop event every October. Activities include pick your own pumpkins, birthday parties, paintball, a corn maze, haunted hayride, farmer’s market, corn cannon, and giant slide. The address is 95 South 2000 West, Pleasant Grove, UT 84062. This is just 12 miles north of Provo.
Little Bear Bottoms – Wellsville, UT
They feature a pumpkin patch, corn maze, haunted river trail, and spooky barn ride. The address is 5000 U.S. 91, Wellsville, UT. They are located 39 miles northeast of Ogden.
Cornbelly’s – Lehi, UT – 12 Acres – 3 Mazes
Up for US Today’s Top Ten Corn Mazes. Closed Sundays. This is the corn maze of Brett and Nicole Herbst, who have been cutting at farms across the country under the name of their company, The Maize. Their original location at American Fork was the largest in the Western United States at one time. At night, there is a separate haunted maze and other haunted attractions here. There’s lots of other fall fun here, including pig races, slides, a pumpkin courtyard, zip line and cow train.
Water Hollow Ranch – Bluebell, UT – 8 Acres
Opens September! Theme is 100 years in Duchesne County.
The renamed Blue Bell Corn Maze. It will be open Thursday through Sunday with Tuesday & Wednesday available by advance reservation only. Pumpkin patch, hayrides, cow train, corn cannon, pumpkin launcher and corn box. Haunted corn maze on Thursday through Saturday nights from mid-October to Halloween. Creep Farm admission is $8.50-$10.50.
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