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Celebrate the Heart of the Halloween Season with Some Idaho Haunted Attractions!

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The spooky season is well underway and there are a ton of terrifying Haunted Attractions here in Idaho that are just dying to give local thrill seekers the scare of their life! Celebrate the weekend by taking on some scares at a haunt, whether it's a traditional Haunted House, or an eerie Haunted Trail or Maze, there's endless options to choose from when you're searching on IdahoHauntedHouses.com.

And don't forget - once you visit an attraction, be sure to come back and leave them a review to let them know what a scary-good time you had while visiting their haunt!

Mountain Road Manor
Grace, ID
Open Friday 10/12, Saturday 10/13 and 6 other dates
On a dark country road, located at the base of the mountains in the Gem Valley is an old farmhouse known as Mountain Road Manor.
Requiem Haunted House
Caldwell, ID
Open Friday 10/12, Saturday 10/13 and 8 other dates
Requiem is the newest and largest 10,000 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 10/12, Saturday 10/13 and 11 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.
Haunted Mansion of Albion
Albion, ID
Open Friday 10/12, Saturday 10/13 and 11 other dates
The Haunted Mansions: A School of Chaos We are the northwest's largest indoor haunted attraction, with over 100,000 thousand square feet of historic buildings to navigate through.
The Haunted Swamp
Twin Falls, ID
Open Friday 10/12, Saturday 10/13 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 10/12, Saturday 10/13 and 13 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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