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Haunted Fun in the OKC Metro and Beyond

Looking for some spooky fun? Here are some haunted houses and terror-filled trails happening across the OKC metro and beyond.

Haunted Fun

(This guide was last updated Oct. 9, 2019. This is a working list so please check back often for updates. If you know of an event or festival you’d like to see included, please email the details to calendar@metrofamilymagazine.com)

 

Sept. 21 – Nov. 9

Guthrie Haunts Scaregrounds (4524 Riverside Cir, Guthrie) features a haunted house and sideshow carnival. $20 & up. Open select Fridays & Saturdays, 7 – 11 p.m.

Sept. 27 – Oct. 26

Halloween Festival at the Castle of Muskogee (3400 W Fern Mountain, Muskogee) features 11 spooktacular events for children and adults, including haunted houses, food, shops, music, games, zombie hunt & more. See website for prices. Friday & Saturday. 6 – 10 p.m.

Sept. 27 – Nov. 2

Lexington Zombie Farm (10101 144th St, Lexington). Zombies and ghouls have taken over the farm land and are looking for dinner. Can you survive a walk through the farm? Nerf hunts available on select nights. Best suited for 8 & up. $10-$15. Friday & Saturday evenings, as well as Halloween night, from 8 – 11 p.m.

Wicked Forest of Terror (9420 W I-40 Service Rd) features an outdoor, walk-thru haunted attraction. The youngest ghouls and goblins are invited to arrive before sundown to experience the fun Children’s Forest. Attendees can also test their skil on the paintball battlefield. Prices vary. Child’s forest, 6 – 7:30 p.m.; haunted trail, 8 – 11 p.m.

Sept. 28 – Oct. 31

Fright Fest at Frontier City (11501 N I-35 Service Rd) features a frightful haunted attractions and spooky shows as soon as the sun goes down. Friday & Saturdays, 6 – 11 p.m.; Sunday, 6 – 10 p.m. Open nightly the week of Halloween. 6 – 10 p.m.

Sept. 28 – Nov. 8

The Sanctuary (7650 W Reno) features a haunted attraction with Hollywood style set design and intense special effects. Best suited for ages 13 & older. $20-$35. See website for hours of operation. $20-$35.

Oct. 4 – 31

RIVERSCREAM & The Splice at RIVERSPORT Adventures (800 Riversport Dr). Climb the six stories of the SandRidge Sky Trail, maneuvering around obstacles and dodging zombies and brave Oklahoma City’s newest, most terrifying haunted attraction, The Splice. Prices vary. Fridays & Saturdays, 5 – 11 p.m.

Oct. 4 – Nov. 2

Zombie Apocalypse Paintball at Orr Family Farm (14400 S Western Ave). The farm has been invaded! Join the fight by loading up on one of our war wagons and shoot paintballs at the zombies. $20. See website for a complete schedule.

Oct. 11 & 12

Tombstone Tales in Enid Cemetery (212 W Willow, Enid) features a tractor-drawn hayride tour through the Enid Cemetery. Characters who once lived in Oklahoma will appear from behind tombstones to share the tales of their historical journeys. $15. 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Oct. 12 & 26

Historic Spirit Tours at Fort El Reno (7107 W. Cheyenne St, El Reno) features a lantern-light tour to hear the stories of the restless spirits of the old military post and how they align with some of the unsolved mysteries that have occurred at Fort Reno. Dinner will be served before tour begins. Reservations required. Adults, $15; seniors, $14; kids, $7. 6 – 10 p.m.

Oct. 18

Trail of Horrors at Little River Park (100 SW 4th St, Moore) features a haunted trail through the woods of Little River Park with terror lurking around each corner. Best suited for kids 12 and up. Children 11 or younger must be accompanied by an adult. Tickets must be purchased in advance. $5. 8-11 p.m

Oct. 24 – 26

Scary Tales at the Henry Overholser Mansion (405 NW 15th St) features spooky stories about Oklahoma history. This tour also explores areas of the mansion not typically open during daily tours. This event is family-friendly, but ghost stories will be told. $25. 7 – 9 p.m.

Oct. 25 & 26

Edmond Historic Ghost Tours in Downtown Edmond (19 North Broadway, Edmond). Learn about the history of Edmond and take a tour of the Downtown Area where many founding fathers of the city lived and worked. Tour guides dressed in late 1800s and early 1900s period costumes will play the parts of deceased historical figures to bring them back to life. Tickets available for purchase at Silver Leaf Gems, 15 West Campbell St. $7. 6 – 8 p.m.

Ghost Stories at the George M. Murrell Home (19479 E Murrell Home Rd, Park Hill) features storytellers in period costume spinning yarns about the “Hunter’s Ghost” and other chilling accounts about the Murrell Home the Cherokee Nation and more. Sessions will begin every 15 minutes. Best suited for kids ages 8 & up. Preregister. $10. 6:30 – 8:15 p.m.

 

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