Boo! Did we scare you? If you love a good scare, we've compiled this list of haunted houses. We dare you to go.
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La Louisiane House of Voodoo
This is not your ordinary haunted house. It’s more of an experience, a haunting experience. You will be scared but without all of the blood and gore of other haunted attractions. Be ready for something unique and different here.
Dates Open – October 26, 27, 29, 30, and 31. 7:00pm-11:00pm
Photo Courtesy: La Louisiane House of Voodoo Facebook
The Haunted Maze – Venture into the corn maze at DixieMaze for a fast paced and intense screamfest. Crazy Cajuns lurk in the corn stalks waiting to scare you.
Trail of Terror – Do you dare wander the trails near DixieMaze? Fair warning, there are haunters waiting for you to scare you out of your wits.
Dates Open – Friday and Saturday nights starting Sept. 21 after dark. Open Halloween.
Photo Courtesy: www.dixiemaze.com
Necromanor Haunted House
Celebrating their 5th year of fear, this popular horror place has taken over part of the usually tranquil Louisiana Boardwalk. This year, experience the Sawbones Necrotic Sideshow.
Dates Open – October 5, 6, 7, 12, 13, 14, 19, 20, 21, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31 & November 1, 2, 3.
Photo Courtesy: Necromanor Facebook Page
Dark Woods Haunted Attractions
This scare park has been listed on several “Top Rated” lists. There are 2 terror-filled attractions. Dark Carnival in 3D raises the level of a horror big top with a 3D blacklight haunt. The Dead Fall Trail takes you into the world of plagues and deranged doctors of Hickory Ridge.
Dates Open – Fridays and Saturdays starting September 21 – October 27. Demon “Student” Night is Thursday, October 5 ($5 off with student ID) and open on Halloween.
Gates open at 6:30pm. Thursdays close at 10:00pm. Fridays & Saturdays close at Midnight.
Photo Courtesy: www.darkwoodshaunt.com
The Devil's Knot Haunted Trail
The name alone should not conjure up images of unicorns and fairies. Take a step into the carnival themed arena filled with thrills.
Dates Open – Saturdays starting October 6. Also Friday, October 26 and Halloween
Photo Courtesy: The Devil’s Knot Facebook page
Graystone Haunted Manor
The history of the Graystone Manor is rich and deep (6 feet). Come walk through the home where the Graystone family lived and died. But did they die? Lead your friends through 5 attractions.
Dates Open – Fridays and Saturdays starting September 28. Sunday, Oct 21 and 28. Halloween. And Saturday, November 3.
Photo Courtesy: Graystone Haunted Manor Facebook Page.
Zipline with the Zombies
Not only can you zipline with zombies, you can explore the tomb of the dead mausoleum and uncover the mystery of the gravity defying barn. This park is taking terror to new heights.
Dates Open – September 29-October 31. Reservations required.
See more about Thomas Falls Zipline here.
El Dorado Haunt
Fear is a place. It’s called the El Dorado Haunt. Many evil characters are stepping out from the big screen to join you in your own personal horror story. This isn’t your ordinary trip to the mall.
Dates Open – Fridays & Saturdays starting October 19. Also open from Monday, October 29 through Halloween.
Photo Courtesy: El Dorado Haunt Facebook Page.
Somethings can’t be buried. Magic Springs Theme and Water Park is changing for the season with 5 haunted attractions and new for 2018 is NiteFort, a kid friendly haunted house. Plus, many more events for all ages.
Dates Open – Starts October 6 and runs through October 28.
Photo Courtesy: Magic Springs Facebook Page
Some on this list of haunted houses offer military and first responder discount.
Be sure to read any warnings before entering a haunted house. If you have health conditions like asthma, heart trouble, or seizures, it is important to know what could on. There may be fog machines and strobe lighting inside the attractions.
Enter at your own risk.