The 10 Best Haunted Attractions in Oklahoma!
Get ready for screams and scares in these spooky and ghostly places, all decked out for Halloween. From mysterious mazes to creepy castles, explore Oklahoma and get in the holiday spirt when you visit these 10 frightening haunted attractions!
This corn maze is open Halloween night for a spooky trip through the field. Who knows what creatures you’ll meet? You’ll want to reserve a fire pit and make s’mores with your friends while you tell ghost stories around a campfire. It’s not required to reserve a fire pit, but it’s a lot of fun.
Ghosts, ghouls and more await you at this Halloween attraction at the Washington County Fairgrounds. It’s a frightfully good way to spend your Halloween evening.
It’s a zombie apocalypse at Moore’s Flying M Ranch. You can expect to enjoy food, drinks and a bonfire, because zombies are frightened of fire. There’s a haunted house, escape room and paintball all month long.
Zombies have taken over Oklahoma. This attraction lets you shoot zombies as you take a ride on a tram or walk through the park. You don’t need any equipment, just show up and track down evil creatures.
This trail doesn’t open until it’s completely dark. Each group of six to eight people is allotted one flashlight to help get you through the 112-acre forest haunted by monsters and spirits. It just screams Halloween.
You’ll find 11 different spooky attractions at the Castle, along with merchants, food, and costumes. It’s more than a haunted house. It’s an entire village of fun and entertainment. Make sure to stop by the storytelling bonfire. Listen to ghost tales while enjoying a hot drink.
Hex House is actually two attractions at one location. It’s been called one of the best haunted attractions in America because it’s not about movie scenes and goofy props, but an altered reality that is dark, creepy, and unpredictable.
This scream park has six different attractions, a zombie playground, a haunted prison, a manor, and more. Each attraction takes about 10 to 20 minutes to complete. Don’t arrive too late or you won’t get to experience all the fun.
The Goldspot Depot has been converted into a haunted house for the month of October. Get ready for a scary good time.
The Sanctuary is Oklahoma’s largest haunted house. It’s high-quality with state-of-the-art special effects and movie style set design. You’ll feel as if you’re actually walking in a horror movie when you take on this experience.