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🎃 DallasHauntedHouses.com Halloween Weekend Guide: Oct 7-9Â đŸ‘»

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The weekend is almost here and the Halloween Season is in full swing. Haunted Attractions throughout Dallas are delivering some serious scares and thrill-seekers won't want to miss out on what's in store. From creepy Haunted Trails and Haunted Hay Rides, to Zombie Attractions and Escape Games, there's endless entertainment taking place all month.

If you're someone who can't handle the scares, have no fear - https://www.dallashauntedhouses.com features Not-So-Scary Haunted Houses, along with Fall Fun for those of all ages. Whether you want to pick the perfect pumpkin at a local patch or sip on some cider at a festival, we have what you're looking for!

After visiting a haunted attraction, be sure to come back and visit https://www.dallashauntedhouses.com to leave the haunt a review and rating. This will help the attraction be in the running to win the 2022 Haunt of the Year!

Zombie Safari Dallas
Forney, TX
Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Just minutes from downtown Dallas, this Zombie Safari adventure is a haunting experience like no other! Don't miss out on this interactive adventure!
Moxley Manor Haunted House
Bedford, TX
Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Located in Dallas, Moxley Manor Haunted House is a Top Rated Halloween Haunt that features two terrifying attractions at one great location.
Dark Hour Haunted House
Plano, TX
Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday
First you'll have to escape the Manor House, journey through the eerie cemetery and then navigate the Voodoo Swamps!
Guthrie Haunts LLC
Guthrie, OK
Open Friday and Saturday
Guthrie Haunts is now considered a Super Haunt now featuring 1 huge extreme haunted house attractions . Covering over 30,000 sq feet and over half mile of indoor and outdoor scares!
Texas Scaregrounds
Mineral Wells, TX
Open Friday and Saturday
Texas Scaregrounds - Fort Wolters Edition TWO Haunted Houses & The Oddities Museum Get $1 off per canned good up to 5 maximum!
Screams Halloween Theme Park
Waxahachie, TX
Open Saturday and Sunday
Screams Halloween Theme Park offers three terrifying haunted houses, the Ghoulish Graveyard and the CarnEvil Clown Maze!
J & F House of Terror
Garland, TX
Open Friday and Saturday
Each year, J & F House of Terror features an all new Haunted House Maze for thrill seekers to get lost in. Will you make it out alive?
Mad Jack's Haunted House
Ardmore, OK
Open Friday and Saturday
Mad Jack Butcher has returned to his ancestral home and wants to invite you all for a visit! The last time we were all together, Jack had just escaped the Black Hill Sanitarium reeking havoc on unsuspecting victims as he traveled incognito with a traveling circus of his making!
Sycamore Asylum
Hendrix, OK
Open Friday and Saturday
Sycamore Asylum Haunted House
Hall's Pumpkin Farm
Grapevine, TX
Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Welcome to Hall’s Pumpkin Farm, where families from all over Tarrant County and beyond come to enjoy an old fashion fall celebration.
Granbury Ghosts and Legends Tour
Granbury, TX
Open Friday and Saturday
Granbury is among one of Texas' most historic cities. Whether you have lived here all your life, or you are visiting us only for a weekend, we aim to provide you with a great experience while learning the history, legends, and folklore that surround you.
Cutting Edge Haunted House
Fort Worth, TX
Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Cutting Edge Haunted House is a dark attraction filled with terrifying live actors, amazing special effects and incredible monsters.
Blase Family Farm Pumpkin Patch
Rockwall, TX
Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday
We can not wait to welcome your family to our farm in October. Come enjoy: Hayride - around our wooded 13 acre property Pumpkins for sale - Jack-o'-Lantern, Pie, and Specialty Farm train Picturesque background for family pictures
Hatch and Kraven's Slaughterhouse
Sherman, TX
Open Friday and Saturday
There is nothing that frightens us more than the things the human mind can do when given no way out. In the 1930's, a time of famine and despair left two young brothers fighting to stay alive.

       

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