What haunts your Halloween?
Ghosts, goblins, maniacal clowns. Portland-area haunted houses, mazes and other attractions have all the scares and screams. Here’s a list of some top attractions for the Halloween season.
Haunted Houses, Graveyards and Forests
The Fear PDX | Sept. 21-Nov. 3
Enter, if you dare, Dark Carnival, Dead City, The Doll Factory and The Mansion attractions. Pricing ranges from $30 depending on the night you visit the Glisan location.
13th Door Haunted House | Sept. 28-Nov. 3
Take a terrifying journey amongst animated creatures and theatrical actors in Beaverton. $23 when you pay with cash. $25 with card.
Halloween Fantasy Trail | Oct. 1-30
Once you enter the castle, there’s no promise of return. See the spooky splendor in the Oregon City forest. Tickets are $7 for adults and $6 kids 12 and under.
Davis Graveyard | Oct. 1-31
Take a short trip to Milwaukie for an impressive yard-turned-graveyard with humorous headstones, haunted buildings and more spooky decorations. The graveyard is viewed from the street and is free.
House of Shadows | Oct. 1-Nov.3, select days
Looking for a full contact fright with a beer garden? Look no further than House of Shadows in Gresham. Ticket prices range from $13-$28.
Milburn’s Haunted Manor and Pumpkin Patch | Oct. 5-31
Haunt the house and the pumpkin patch, too in Hubbard. Prices range per fright from $12-$18.
Fear Asylum | Oct. 5-28
Can you survive a night inside Elkridge Estate? While in Milwaukie for the Davis Graveyard, swing by the Elks Lodge for a night of terror. Tickets are $15. Bring two non-perishable food items and get $2 off.
Fearlandia | Oct. 5-31, select days
Partake in two haunted attractions: “Into the Darkness” and “TJ’s Backyard” in Tigard. General admission is $18.
The Beneath | Oct. 13-Nov. 3
Goodbye, Fright Town. Hello, The Beneath at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum. Tickets range from $30-$45.
Every Friday, Oct. 5-26, every Saturday, Sept. 29-Oct. 28 | $15 adults, $10 kids 5-12
Oct. 5-28, Fridays and Saturdays | $15