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.
Portland Haunted Houses, Mazes and More
September 20-November 9
Enter, if you dare, Dark Carnival, Dead City, The Doll Factory and The Mansion haunted houses. The Fear PDX is open at 7 p.m. every Friday and Saturday starting September 20, and select weekdays starting October 6.
General admission is $30 and includes admission to all four haunted houses.
The Fear PDX is located at 12301 NE Glisan Street in Portland.
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. The Halloween Fantasy Trail is located at 19754 South Ridge Road in Oregon City.
Take a short trip to Milwaukie for an impressive yard-turned-graveyard with humorous headstones, haunted buildings and more spooky decorations. From Monday-Thursday, view the graveyard with lights only from dusk to 10 p.m. Friday-Saturday you can view the full effects from dusk till 11 p.m. On Sunday, full effects will be lit until 10 p.m. An open house will let you see the display up close on Sunday, October 13 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The display is viewed from the street and is free. The graveyard is at 8703 SE 43rd Avenue in Milwaukie.
October 4-31, select days
Choose your haunt: The Manor or The Dark. This attraction is open Friday-Saturday from 7-11 p.m. and Sundays till 11 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 $12, or get a dual pass for $18. Family Nights on October 13 and 20 offer a $65 family special, which includes 4 dual passes and a free pumpkin. On October 30, 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 4-27, weekends
Can you survive a night inside are 142? While in Milwaukie for the Davis Graveyard, swing by the Elks Lodge for a night of terror. Fear Asylum is open Friday-Saturday from 7-11 p.m. and Sunday 6-9 p.m.
Tickets are $15. Bring two non-perishable food items and get $2 off your ticket. Also, you can get $10 tickets at Portland Perks for a limited time.
Fear Asylum takes place at 13121 SE McLoughlin Blvd. in Milwaukie.
October 5-November 2, select days
Partake in two haunted attractions: Into the Darkness and Oden’s Eye.
General admission is $20 and includes both haunted attractions. Bring a non-perishable food item and you’ll receive a discount (undisclosed amount).
Fearlandia is located at 16255 SW Upper Boones Ferry Road in Tigard.
Goodbye, Fright Town. Hello, The Beneath at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum. This year’s frightening themes include Underhill Manor, the Clown Factory and Infected.
General admission is $20 Tuesday-Thursday and Sunday. It bumps up to $25 on Friday and Saturday. The family saver pack includes 6 entries for $99 (a $51 savings).
For little ones, and those who don’t enjoy haunted houses, check out Kids Monster Fest. This is a matinee event and costs $8 per person.
The Beneath is located at Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Portland.
October 4-26, weekends only
This year’s maze is inspired by Stranger Things. Get lost in the corn at Bella Organic Farm 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.
Tickets are $20. The maze is located at 16205 NW Gillihan Rd. on Sauvie Island in Portland.
September 28-October 26, weekends only
Make your way through a field of freaks to the Haunted Maze. An eerie mist hovers over more than 3 acres of terrifying trails; surprises loom at every turn. One wrong turn and you could find yourself in the midst of a UFO invasion.
Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for kids 5-12. Tickets are sold with a timed entry from 7-10 p.m. Included in your ticket is admission to the regular corn maze.
Kruger’s Haunted Maze is located at 17100 NW Sauvie Island Rd. in Portland.
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