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🎃Horror Awaits As Idaho Thrill Seekers Celebrate Heart of the Halloween Season🎃

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The weekend is almost here which means haunt goers will be getting their dose of scares by visiting haunted attractions. There's an endless amount of seasonal entertainment taking place throughout Idaho, from horror-themed escape games, spooky haunted trails and mazes full of terrifying twists and turns, to family-friendly fun for everyone. Don't miss out on what's taking place!

After visiting an attraction, be sure to come back and visit https://www.idahohauntedhouses.com to leave a review and rating. By doing this, locals will help the haunt be in the running for the 2019 Haunt of the Year!

The Haunted River
Menan, ID
Open Friday 10/11, Saturday 10/12 and 10 other dates
We built a village on an island that is 5 acres in the middle of a 9 acre attraction. This year we built 17 buildings out of reclaimed lumber to give the feeling you are among those who lived on the I island back in the 18th century.
Haunted Mansion of Albion
Albion, ID
Open Friday 10/11, Saturday 10/12 and 8 other dates
Haunted Mansions of Albion is the largest indoor/outdoor haunted production in the Northwest. This is as real as it gets.
Requiem Haunted House
Caldwell, ID
Open Friday 10/11, Saturday 10/12 and 8 other dates
Requiem is the newest and largest 13,000 sq ft indoor haunted attraction in the treasure valley. Experience a multi-level and intense story telling experience.
Planet Doom Haunted House
Idaho Falls, ID
Open Friday 10/11, Saturday 10/12 and 10 other dates
Planet Doom Haunted House is eastern Idaho's largest and most terrifying haunted attraction - featuring 'state of the art' pneumatic and animatronic props, projection effects, lighting and scenic design.
The Haunted Swamp
Twin Falls, ID
Open Friday 10/11, Saturday 10/12 and 8 other dates
1 Mile walk through outdoor Terrain over rivers, bridges, through trees. Ghosts, Goblins, Zombies and more await your arrival and try to scare you out of their swamp.
Lost Souls Attractions
Shelley, ID
Open Friday 10/11, Saturday 10/12 and 14 other dates
The Theatre of the Lost Souls: The Virginia Theatre was built 100 years ago by a fan of picture films. It’s modern equipment and elaborate scale seemed out of place in a small town like Shelley, but it never seemed out of place to the community.

       

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