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5 Haunted Places To Visit This October

by Josephine Hogan

Halloween is one of our favorite holidays. Mostly because of all the great haunted features that pop up through the season. It’s not possible to attend just one during the fall. We like to hit as many as possible. Though sometimes it can be a bit difficult to know which ones are worth our time and which are better left off our list this year. Which is why we’ve compiled a list of a few of our favorite places to visit. Because of extra restrictions this year, things have had to change to fit health regulations, but that doesn’t mean we don’t have great places to check out. As always, be sure to check out local weather and websites for up-to-date information before heading on out for your evening of spooky fun.

1) Stalker Farms Drive-Thru Haunt

If you’re looking for a great way to get out and enjoy a spooky night but want to follow the public health guidelines. Then this is the place for you. This is a Halloween spectacle unlike any other— the only Drive-Thru Haunt in the Seattle area. You can expect 40+ minutes of Drive-Thru Haunt experience. Make sure to book online and in advance as spots fill up quickly. It is recommended for ages 12 and up and one ticket admits one passenger vehicle with occupancy limited to the number of seatbelts in the vehicle.

  • Address:
    • 8705 Marsh Road Snohomish, WA 98296
  • When to go:
    • Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights
    • The weekend of Halloween also has times on Thursday evening
  • Hours:
    • 6:30 pm to 11 pm
  • How much does it cost:
    • $120 per car
  • Website: https://www.stalkerfarms.com/

2) Thomas Family Farm

Head on over to Thomas Family Farm for a great weekend night of haunts. The Haunted Hayride is a stellar way to begin your adventure. You’ll be able to enjoy all the same thrills of a Haunted House with the bonus of being on a hayride. It’s recommended that no one under the age of twelve attend the Haunted Hayride. Then when you’ve been thoroughly scared, head on over to the flashlight corn maze where you light the way with a flashlight or your phone.

  • Address: 9010 Marsh Rd, Snohomish, WA 98296, USA
  • When to go:
    • Night activities on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays throughout October
  • Hours:
    • Fridays and Saturdays: 6 pm to midnight
    • Sundays: 6 pm to 10 pm
  • How much does it cost:
    • Haunted Hayride: $22
    • Flashlight Corn Maze: $15
    • Combo Pack: $32
  • Website: https://www.thomasfamilyfarm.com/
brown skull Halloween decor

3) Georgetown Morgue

Is a normal haunted house not scary enough for you? Then head on over to Georgetown Morgue for a truly spooky adventure. New this year, you and four of your friends can go on a self-guided tour of the haunted morgue to explore the creepy past. You don’t want to miss out on this, so be sure to get your tickets online as soon as you can.

  • Address: Georgetown Morgue 5000 East Marginal Way South, Seattle, WA 98134
  • When to go:
    • September 25th through November 14th
  • Hours:
    • Every day from 12 pm to 12 am
  • How much does it cost:
    • $20 per person
  • Website: https://seattlehaunts.com/

4) Haunted Forest at Grand Farms

Looking for an outdoor event that is sure to scare you? Then the Haunted Forest at Grand Farms is a great place to check out. With nearly a mile outdoor course, it’s the perfect place to spend your evening. But be sure to get tickets online and to show up on time for your time slot to guarantee you’ll get to enjoy the experience. And if you’re looking for a scary adventure without having to leave your home, check out their online virtual tour.

5) Maris Farms

Start your evening off with a flashlight maze to get yourself prepared for a spooky night of fun. Here at Maris Farms, you are guaranteed to have a blast as you navigate through the not haunted design. But then follow it up with some spectacular thrills and chills with the Haunted Forest. The 35-minute adventure is the best way to end the evening. Be sure to get your tickets ahead of time on their website.

  • Address: 25001 Sumner-Buckley Hwy, Buckley, WA 98321
  • When to go:
    • Haunted Woods and Flashlight Maze
      • Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights through Oct 31st
    • Trick or Treat Spooky Trail
      • October 31st
  • Hours:
    • Night admission: 7 pm to 10 pm
    • Trick or Treat Spooky Trail: 5 pm to 6:30 pm
  • How much does it cost:
    • Haunted Woods General Admission: $35
    • Haunted Woods Fast Pass: $50
    • Flashlight Maze: $16
    • Trick or Treat Spooky Trail: $18
  • Website: https://marisfarms.com/about-the-farm/
pumpkin between lighted candles

While we may have only listed a handful of our favorite spooky places to visit this month here in Seattle, this is by no means a complete list. There are far too many great places for a great haunt to possibly name them all. Be sure to let us know in the comments what your favorite things to do during October and Halloween.

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