What haunts your Halloween? Ghosts, goblins, maniacal clowns? Portland haunted houses, mazes and other attractions have all the scares and screams. Here’s a list of some top attractions for the Halloween season.
An important note about the Portland haunted houses: All hours and days at each location are different. Please check the website of the attraction before planning your visit.
This year, each event has its own COVID-19 procedures and policies. Make sure you review them before purchasing tickets.
Portland Area Haunted Houses, Mazes and Drive-Ins
October 1-30 (Friday and Saturday only)
Be prepared to be haunted by dark ghouls and goblins, chased by zombies at Bella Organic Farm Haunted Maze on Sauvie Island. Enjoy free bonfires while you wait for your fright. The maze opens at dark and the last ticket of the night is sold at 10 p.m. There will not be a haunted corn maze on Halloween night.
Tickets are $25 for Friday nights and $35 for Saturday nights. Purchase your tickets ahead online and get $1 off per ticket with coupon code Haunted$1.
The maze is located at 16205 NW Gillihan Rd. on Sauvie Island in Portland.
October 8-31, 2021 (weekends only)
The Clark County Fairgrounds is bringing you a live-action horror movie experience where screams from the screen come to life. The event features a different horror movie on weekend nights from 7-10 p.m.
Tickets are $69 per car and have additional processing fees.
The event is taking place at the Clark County Event Center at the Fairgrounds, located at 17402 NE Delfel Rd. in Ridgefield.
October 1-31 ,2021 (weekends only)
The Clackamas County Fairgrounds is transforming from fun to freaky for a few nights of fright in October. The Clackamas County Scare Fair is featuring a themed haunted house with Creatures of the Night.
Tickets are $25 per person. The haunted house will also have a family-friendly option for $20 available on Saturday from 7-8 p.m.
The Clackamas County Fairgrounds is located at 694 NE 4th Ave. in Canby.
October 1-31, 2021
Looking for a totally free attraction? Head to Milwaukie for the Davis Graveyard. Started in 1998, this is a free Halloween display viewed from fence on the creators’ home. Every prop and display seen in the yard is handmade.
The display will be light every night from October 1-31. On week nights, Monday-Thursday, the display will have lights only from dusk to 10 p.m. On Friday and Saturday, the lights and full effects will be on until 11 p.m., and 10 p.m. on Sundays.
Davis Graveyard is located at 8703 SE 43rd Ave. in Milwaukie.
October 1-30, 2021
See the spooky splendor in the Oregon City forest at this kid-friendly haunted trail. The attraction is open every night from 7-10 p.m. The trail is open during the daytime on Saturday and Sunday from 12-5 p.m.
Tickets are $7 for adults and $6 kids 12 and under. This event accepts cash only.
The Halloween Fantasy Trail is located at 19754 South Ridge Road in Oregon City.
October 8-31 (select nights)
For 18 years, Milburn’s family-owned haunted attraction has been bringing scares to guests in Hubbard, Oregon.
Choose your haunt: The Manor or The Dark. This attraction is open Friday-Saturday from 7-11 p.m. and Sundays till 10 p.m. The property will also be open on October 30-31 from 7-10 p.m. Other attractions include a moonlit pumpkin patch, concession stand, u-take photo booth and free parking.
The price for each fright (manor or dark) is $15, or get a dual pass for $25. Family Night on October 24 offers a $80 family special, which includes 4 dual passes and a free pumpkin. On October 28, come dressed as a zombie and you’ll get $1 off a single haunt ticket or $2 off a dual ticket.
Milburn’s Haunted Manor is located at 11503 Broadacres Road NE in Hubbard.
October 8-31 (select nights)
As night falls, monsters of all shapes and sizes will be transforming the beloved amusement park into an attraction of horrors. ScareGrounds features three walk-through haunted houses open on select nights in October.
Ticket pricing ranges from $20-$25 when bought online in advance. The price varies depending on the time you choose to visit.
Oaks Park is located at 7805 SE Oaks Park Way in Portland.
September 18-October 31
St. Helens, Oregon, transforms into Halloweentown for a citywide celebration like no other. Partake in family-friendly activities like the Haunted Hotel, Whispers in the Woods, Pumpkin Tour, and more attractions.
The event takes place seven days a week with the popular attractions open on Saturdays and Sundays. Admission ranges from free to $35.
The event starts at the St. Helens Courthouse, 275 Strand St. in St. Helens.
October 7-30 (select nights)
This year, Criswell Farms as teamed up with Mt Hood Center for The Stalls of Terror. The event will feature 6 haunts and a black out maze.
Ticket are $20 online and $25 cash only at the door.
Criswell Farms is located at 20464 S Criswell Rd. in Oregon City.
October 1-31, 2021 (select nights)
Enter, if you dare, Factory 13, The Kill Floor, Blood House, Midway of Fear, and Layers of Darkness which make up a 3-part haunted house. This year, tickets will be limited to this event and will be open from 7-10 p.m. on Sunday and Thursday and 7 p.m.-midnight on Friday and Saturday.
General admission is $29.99 and includes admission the 3-part haunted house.
The Fear PDX is located at 12301 NE Glisan Street in Portland.
Kruger’s Farm was sold last year and is now Topaz Farm. They recently announced a Haunted Hayride and Maze happening October 29 and 30 from 6:50-8:50 p.m.
Tickets are $25 and available in advance only. Tickets go on sale October 1.
The farm is located at 17100 NW Sauvie Island Rd. in Portland.
October 2-31, 2021 (select nights)
Underhill Haunted House features three spooky experiences called Season of Screams. Attractions include Underhill Manor, Night Terrors and Fear’s Gate. The event is taking place on select nights, 7-10 p.m., from October 2-31.
The organizers are also bringing back Kids Monster Fest, an immersive less scary Halloween experience during daylight hours.
General admission to Underhill Haunted House is $25.
Underhill Haunted House is located at Veterans Memorial Coliseum, 300 N Winning Way in Portland.
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