LA Haunted Hayride creates an eerie atmosphere to explore horror themes and ignite Halloween nostalgia. In their most recent hayride attraction, patrons are led on a wagon by haunted hosts while they learn about the Secret Society of Samhain (aka Halloween). Patrons are asked to leave the comfort of their wagon and follow down dark eerie paths exposing the power and sacrifice surrounding our favorite holiday and illuminating that there is more to All Hallows Eve than candy and costumes.
The Great Horror Campout is a 12-hour, overnight, interactive horror camping adventure. Campers can choose their level of engagement when they choose their activities and tent zone. The experience can be an extreme horror adventure or a more mild horror adventure. It’s completely up to the camper.
Six Flags’ Fright Fest is a Halloween event at Six Flags Magic Mountain that focuses on traditional jump scares, creating atmosphere through scare zones, and delivering a high quality haunted experience.
Universal Studio’s Halloween Horror Nights is an annual horror theme park attraction featuring what Guillermo Del Toro referred to as the “crowning jewel of horror mazes in America”. On selected nights from mid September to early November, audiences can experience mazes, live shows, rides, and other haunted attractions featuring most frightening characters from film and television. Universal Studio’s Halloween Horror Nights is particularly attractive to horror fans due to high quality props, make-up and costumes which immerses audience members in terrifying scenes.
Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor is a haunted attraction with some mazes taking place on the haunted Queen Mary ship. Mazes are well crafted and fun with real atmosphere, memorable characters, and a carnival-like theme.
Knott’s Scary Farm is a Halloween event at Knott’s Berry Farm in which the theme park is transformed into 160 acres of horror via a series of roaming monsters, terrifying mazes, and scare zones. It is the largest Halloween event to be held at a theme park.