(Ark-La-Tex Weekend) - Boo! Did we scare you? If you love a good scare, we’ve compiled this list of haunted houses for 2022. If you don’t see a local haunted house. Use the contact form at the bottom of the site and let us know. Click on the name to be taken to their website. Many of these haunted attractions have an outdoor element so check in with them if the weather starts to look scary.
The Trail of Terror is a 1/4 mile trek through the twists and turns through the woods and along the river. Rumor has it that some who enter may never return. You can also get lost in the haunted maze. But don’t worry, you’ll be stalked by all sorts of horrors (OK. You should worry).
9596 Sentell Rd., north of Shreveport
Open on Friday and Saturday nights starting on September 24 and Halloween.
Something fishy has happened to the Shreveport Aquarium. Pirates are taking over and you get to choose the next Captain. Hunt for pirate treasure. Meet a mermaid every Wednesday and Sunday from 1:00pm - 3:00pm
601 Clyde Fant Pkwy.
Open during regular Shreveport Aquarium hours from October 1-31.
It’s all about nightmares this year for the 9th season of fear. You’ll be screaming quite a bit.
Louisiana Boardwalk Outlets
Open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays starting on September 30. Also open Halloween night.
Adventure through the dark woods outside the City of Lights. New this year is “Buried Alive!” A brutal virtual reality simulator where you are sealed in a coffin for a wild journey. Yours friends can watch on the Casket Cam. Go behind-the-scenes here.
4343 University Parkway
Open Friday and Saturday nights starting on September 30. Open on Halloween.
Something wicked this wat comes to Psycho Circus Wreck. We think there will be clowns there but maybe not the super happy, friendly kind.
2663 Mayflower Rd.
Open Friday and Saturday nights and Halloween starting on October 8.
You’re invited to the Monster Hunt. Five guests will go hunting (laser tag contest) for five monster. Beware. They are hunting you too. You lose and the witches will cook you for dinner. There’s also no admission fee to walk the trail.
285 Jed Rd
Hunts on Monday, Tuesday and Thursdays in October.
Come out for a terrifying good time as the Marshall Convention Center morphs into a mysterious and haunted place.
2501 E. End Blvd.
Five uniquely themed haunted attractions from a cemetery, a labyrinth and the 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?
13481 FM 968
Open Fridays and Saturdays starting on September 30.
2022 marks the 20th anniversary for thrills, chills and terror. Explore Doc Wilkes’ House, the Mine of Mystery and the Fright Show Museum. Thursday nights are Glow Stick night as all of the lights are turned off.
1228 Market St.
Open Fridays and Saturdays starting on September 23. Open Halloween and Thursdays starting on October 13.
Prepare yourself for a trip on the Highway to Hell at this haunted house benefitting the Garrison Fire Department.
666 Elm St.
Open on various days starting on October 21 through Halloween. Click here for specific times.
Explore the Creatures of the Night Maze or the Tomb of the Dead Mausoleum and the Gravity Defying Mystery Barn. There’s even a ride on an old fashioned wagon. Plus go ziplining.
5543 US Hwy 259 N.
Reservations required for the event that runs from October 1-31
Try to walk through the thirteen rooms of horror and terror of this former psychiatric hospital.
205 West Broad St.
Open Fridays and Saturdays starting on October 1
Haunted Hall is fun for all ages! Candy will be handed out to those brave enough to get past the ghouls!
2500 S. Main St.
Only on October 28 from Noon until 11:00pm
Armageddon comes to Southwest Arkansas. Everything from nuclear attacks to alien invasion to meteors falling from the sky. Will you survive or be the next victim?
2172-2254 Haynesville Hwy
Open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays starting on October 15
It’s a lot of family fun by day and fright by night as the amusement parks transforms into a somewhat scary adventure with a hay maze, haunted house and the Punkin’ Chunkin’ Catapult.
1701 E. Grand Ave.
Saturdays and Sundays starting on October 1
Contact us if we’re missing a haunted house. The more places to scare you, the better.
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