Categories: Local Attractions | Posted: October 25, 2012 | No Comments »
Boo! It’s that time of year again. While a new Ideal home doesn’t come complete with ghosts, there are several places where you can get your haunted house fix in and around Oklahoma City.
Frontier City’s annual Frightfest is already in full swing, but you still have until the 28th to scare the pants off the whole family with one of the top haunted houses around along with other fun activities. You can partake of Frightfest on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. The events are described as “family by day and fright by night.” You can get discounted entry if you bring 2 non-perishable food items to participate in the Frightfest food drive. All the proceeds go to benefit City Rescue Mission.
Bricktown’s Haunted Warehouse gives you another venue for chills and thrills right in the heart of Oklahoma City. Along with all the other great dinning, nightlife and attractions, October brings in the opportunity for some haunted fun at the warehouse. This attraction is open nightly from 7PM through the 31st and welcomes all ages.
Not into haunted houses or warehouses? How about haunted barns? Located in El Reno, not too far from our Somer’s Pointe community and other communities in the Mustang / Yukon Area, The Trail Of Terror team has some good scares to offer you. If you want to skip the scary barn and visit the traditional Trail Of Terror, October 25 is the night you’ll be able to take guided walking tours. The website warns that this may be too intense for individuals with weak hearts, easy fainters, pregnant mothers, and small children so gauge your scare fun accordingly.
Just past our Marble Leaf and Valencia communities in the Edmond Area is the Guthrie Haunts Scaregrounds. Once the old Harvey’s Steakhouse, now these scaregrounds are a prime location for Halloween haunting.
If multiple haunted houses in one location right in the heart of the city is your ideal destination then Ultimate Terrors has what you are looking for. This Oklahoma City Halloween attraction is actually 3 themed haunted houses: Skull Manor, Code Blue, and 3-D Chaos. These haunted attractions are not recommended for children under the age of 12.
So if some fantastic scary fun is what you are looking for, don’t sit around in your backyard waiting for some skeletons to pop out of your pool, try out some of these fantastic frights in and around the Oklahoma City Metro Area.