Whether you prefer wandering through long dark hallways in a haunted house or getting trapped in a terrifying escape room, these haunted attractions in Colorado are guaranteed to scare. Get ready for chills and thrills as you explore the spookier side of Colorado this Halloween-season.

1. Hellscream Haunted House and Escape Rooms (Colorado Springs)

Hellscream Haunted House and Escape Rooms will put your fears to the ultimate test. If you dare, journey into the haunted mines at their newest location between Palmer Park and Academy in Colorado Springs, open from September 28 through November 3, 2019. A family-friendly tour will be available on Sunday, November 4, 2019, from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Candy will also be given out to the kids at the family-friendly no scare event. Tickets prices vary. Get more details here.

2. The Frightmare Compound (Westminster)

Gear up for some gruesome fun at the Frightmare Compound. Muster up the courage and discover all three terrifying experiences including the Frightmare Compound, House of Darkness, and Lights Out Haunted House. This event is set to take place at 10798 Yukon Street in Westminster. Dates and prices vary. Grab all the details here.

3. World’s Scariest Haunted House (Littleton)

Zombie hand through the cracked wall. Horror and scary film concept. Halloween day theme. Green tone like ghost movie Photo Credit: Shutter2U (iStock).
Photo Credit: Shutter2U (iStock).

Seek terror at the World’s Scariest Haunted House from October 4-31, at Jared’s Garden located at 10500 West Bowles Avenue in Littleton. This haunted event is not recommended for children under the age of 7. It’s also worth mentioning the event will be closed on select dates including Monday, October 7, 14, and 21. General Admission tickets are $18, and VIP cost $25. Get a full look at the details here.

4. Haunted Mansion (Littleton)

Spooky Photo Credit: Zeferli (iStock).
Photo Credit: Zeferli (iStock).

A visit to the Reinke Brothers Haunted Mansion will send a wave of chills down your spine. The 50-year-old family tradition is set to return from September 27 through November 3, at 5663 South Prince Street in Littleton. A special children’s day “lights on tour” will take place every Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Prices and hours vary. For more spooky details, click here.

5. City of the Dead & Asylum (Henderson)

Explore your wildest fears as you stroll through the City of the Dead Haunted House and Asylum, located at 7007 E 88th Avenue in Henderson. Children under 12 not recommended for attending this event. Guests can also enjoy concessions onsite, zombie carnival games, and a 21+ bar. Ticket prices vary by date. For more details, click here.

6. Dead Zone Scream Park (Denver)

Visit the Dead Zone Scream Park for gut-wrenching fear and excitement. Guests can enjoy three unique attractions including corn stalkers, fear flicks, and a corn maze for 13 select nights in October. This haunted attraction is located at the Denver Botanic Gardens’ Chatfield Farms at 8500 West Deer Creek Canyon Road in Littleton. General Admission is $28. Dates and hours vary. For more details, click here.

7. Hell’s Trail (Pueblo)

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Photo Credit: redhumv (iStock).

Get spooked Friday and Saturday evenings in October from 7:00 p.m. to 12:00 p.m at Hell’s Trail in Pueblo. Get ready for nail-biting fun as you make your way through a clown-infested haunted house filled with special effects, animations, and extreme darkness. For more details and directions to this haunted attraction, click here.

8. Aftermath Haunted House (Canon City)

Step into a world of terror at the Aftermath Haunted House. Discover the haunted attraction over four evenings this October at the Recreation District office located at 575 Ash Street in Cañon City. Doors will open from 7:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Haunted dates include October 12, 19, 25, 26. Any child under 12 must be accompanied by an adult and have parental permission. More details here.

9. Fright Acres (Parker)

Experience a whole new level of fear at one of Colorado’s largest outdoor haunted attractions – Fright Acres. Plan for a scary evening at this haunted attraction located at the Flat Acres Farm on 11321 Dransfeldt Road in Parker. Dates for 2019 include September 28, October 4, 5, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19, 25, 26, 31, and November 1-2. All nights will run from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Get all the details here.

10. Fear of the Dark (Fort Collins)

Prepare for a scare at the Fear of the Dark haunted house in Fort Collins. Tour 3,000 square feet of chilling darkness in a 2-story haunted house over the course of two weekends including October 19-20 and 25-27. Tickets are $20 a person. Hours vary by date. Reservations are available. For more details, click here.

11. Terror in the Corn (Erie)

corn field, Photo Credit: BrilliantEye (iStock).
Photo Credit: BrilliantEye (iStock).

Nothing screams spooky like a corn maze full of thrills. Make the creepy quest through the Terror in the Corn, taking place from September to October at Anderson Farms located at 6728 County Road 3 1/4 in Erie. Guests can also enjoy a zombie paintball hunt with a combo pass for just $49. Snag all the details here.

12. Scream Acres (La Salle)

Scream Acres at Fritzler Farm Park. Photo Credit: Glen Fritzler
Scream Acres at Fritzler Farm Park. Photo Credit: Glen Fritzler

Try not to scream at Scream Acres at Fritzler Farm Park. Zombie paintball and haunted corn maze adventures will return to La Salle every Friday and Saturday starting September 27 and lasting through November 2. Select dates also include Wednesdays and Thursdays. Ticket prices and hours vary. Get all the details here.

BONUS: Darkside of the Abbey (Cañon City)

Find this haunted attraction at the Holy Cross Abbey in Cañon City, Colorado. You’ll find two different attractions at this spot – Dark Side of the Abbey and Dark Side Unplugged – – located inside an abandoned monastery. It’s open every Friday and Saturday in October, including Halloween. Find out additional details here.

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