It’s that time of year where all the ghouls, ghosts and goblins come out to celebrate Halloween. Texas has the third most haunted houses in the nation and many are located here locally in the DFW metroplex. Below you will find a list of some of the best that you and your family can enjoy during the month of October.
Haunted Shadows Lake Trail-Blue Sky Sports Center, 7801 North Main, The Colony
The Slaughter House-2615 Elm Street (in Deep Ellum near downtown Dallas)
Reindeer Manor-410 Houston School Road, Red Oak
The Haunt House-4935 West Interstate 30, Caddo Mills
Parker House Haunted Attraction-8550 West University, Denton
Cutting Edge-1701 E. Lancaster (intersection of I-30 and I-35), Fort Worth
Thrillvania-2330 County Road 138 (I-20 and Wilson Road), Terrell
Tayman Graveyard-4721 Cecilia Avenue, Midlothian
Zombie Manor-7501 US Highway 287, Arlington
Terrorplex-6921 Bennett Lawson, Mansfield
Ghouls and Graveyards presented by Dallas Children’s Theater-Rosewood Center, 5958 Skillman, Dallas
All of the locations listed above have different hours of operation so you will want to confirm before attending the haunted house of your choice. Some will let you order advance tickets online and some will only accept cash at the door, so be sure to contact them in advance for more details.
Other haunted houses and theme parks include the following:
Screams Halloween Theme Park (Waxahachie) –www.screamspark.com
Fright Fest at Six Flags over Texas (Arlington)-www.sixflags.overTexas/events
The Boneyard Haunted House (Arlington)-www.theboneyard.org
Moxley manor Haunted House (Bedford)-www.moxleymanor.com
Have a scary good time and I hope you and the family enjoy this Halloween experience. Source: Allen Image
Steve Lester is a REALTOR living in Allen, Texas.