Looking for some spooky fun? Here are some haunted houses and terror-filled trails happening across the OKC metro and beyond.
(This guide was last updated Aug. 25, 2021. This is a working list so please check back often for updates. If you know of a venue, event or festival you’d like to see included, please email the details to firstname.lastname@example.org)
Editor’s Note: Due to COVID-19 precautions, some of the following events and venues may have adjusted their hours, programming or safety protocols. Please check with each venue directly to verify. We encourage our readers to enjoy family fun responsibly. When around others, wear a mask, avoid crowded indoor spaces, remain socially distant, wash your hands often and stay home if you or a member of your household is feeling ill. Find more information about the coronavirus pandemic in Oklahoma at oklahoma.gov/covid19. To learn more about COVID-19 vaccines and vaccine clinic locations, visit vaxokc.com.
Sept. 10 – Nov. 6
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. 24 – Oct. 31
Fright Fest at Frontier City (11501 N I-35 Service Rd) features frightful haunted attractions and spooky shows as soon as the sun goes down. $29.99 & up. Friday & Saturdays, 6 – 11 p.m.; Sunday, 6 – 10 p.m. Open nightly the week of Halloween. 6 – 10 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 on the last two Saturdays in October. Attendees can also test their skills on the paintball battlefield. Prices vary. See website for hours.
Oct. 1 – 31
Lexington Zombie Farm (10101 144th St, Lexington). Zombies and ghouls have taken over the farmland 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 & up. Friday & Saturday evenings, as well as Halloween night, from 8 – 11 p.m.
Bricktown Haunted Warehouse (429 Kings of Leon Ln) features an indoor haunted attraction. Best suited for ages 10 & up. $20-$30. Open weekends Oct. 8-10 & 15-17; open nightly Oct. 22-31.
Beyond the Metro
Oct. 1 – 31
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.
Trail of Fear Haunted Scream Park in Lawton (11101 SE Lee Blvd, Lawton) features a combination of indoor and outdoor attractions and activities, including shows, a haunted hayride, a haunted trick-or-treat manor and an escape room. Prices vary. See website for hours.
The Hex House in Tulsa (5610 W Skelly Dr, Tulsa) features two intense, multi-element, walk-through haunted house attraction, The Hex House and the Rise of the Living Dead. Prices vary. See website for hours.
Ghost Stories at the George M. Murrell Home (19479 E Murrell Home Rd, Park Hill) features a fun and safe alternative to the historic home’s annual Ghost Stories event. Participants can hear bewitching tales, uncover mysteries of the antebellum property built in 1845, and see the site after dark through a Facebook version of the popular event.
Oct. 8 & 9
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.
For even more fall fun, check out all our fall guides.