Top Haunted Houses in Oklahoma
Discover the scariest haunted houses in Oklahoma for top-notch terror and spine-tingling thrills this Halloween season - we dare you!
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From ghostly journeys into abandoned warehouses to horror-filled trails that snake through the dark, open prairie, Oklahoma is home to frightening haunted house attractions that will leave you either shivering in the corner or screaming for more! If you’re the type of person that longs to see what’s lurking behind dark corners, or if the adrenaline rush of fear puts a smile on your face, then you’re in the right place. We’ve researched the most horrifying haunted houses in Oklahoma, so browse through the list below and get ready to take a spine-chilling trip through some of the scariest haunted houses around!
Trail of Fear Haunted Scream Park – Lawton
Oklahoma’s largest haunted attraction, the Trail of Fear Haunted Scream Park in Lawton features over five ghostly attractions each year. Nightmares will come alive as you and your friends navigate through a variety of scary scenes with ghouls stalking your every move. Bring the kids for the scream park’s Halloween Midway, available on select nights, for lively games such as a severed head toss or live zombie target practice. If real terror is what you seek, leave the kids behind and take a haunted hayride into the darkness and see if you can survive what’s waiting for you on the other end!
Nightmare in the Country – Woodward
Take a trip into northwest Oklahoma’s Woodward County after dark to meet the Killingers, the alleged family of deviants that prey on visitors to the premier Halloween destination in northwest Oklahoma: Nightmare in the Country! Take a hair-raising journey through the notorious Killinger’s Sawmill, try to make it through the Miser’s Mine of Misery with your sanity intact and tour the sleepy little town of Weepingville for a series of bone-chilling scenes. Don’t forget to visit the Haunted Barn for plenty of scary Halloween haunted house thrills and frights!
The Sanctuary – Oklahoma City
Unlike any other haunted attraction in the state, The Sanctuary in Oklahoma City has a unique backstory and covers four stories with all kinds of incredible scenes. Explore this WWII psychiatric hospital begun by humanitarian Charles Labrie in 1917 where the patients are plagued by the experiments of German doctor Ryan Hammond that have gone wrong. You'll see stunts involving suspension, members of a freak show, fire breathers and other frightening abberations that will keep your heart racing. One of the most popular haunted attractions in central Oklahoma, thousands of people seek out The Sanctuary each October.
Enjoy moments of sheer terror as ghouls breathe life into your darkest nightmares.
Haunted Castle Halloween Festival – Muskogee
Make your way to Muskogee for the annual Haunted Castle Halloween Festival and enjoy a 60-acre Halloween theme park with events that range from the non-scary to the extremely terrifying. Fuel up for your journey into the unknown with hot drinks and food at the Castle’s Halloween Village, and then head into the Domus Horrificus, the castle’s ultimate scare, or wander through the woods at night on the Trail of Blood. Visit the Casa Morte attraction for a labyrinthine excursion into the bowels of a medieval castle and then catch your breath on a haunted hayride throughout the castle grounds!
The Hex House – Tulsa
Become part of the legend of the infamous Hex House in Tulsa with a trip through this extreme haunted house. The original Hex House, known for its involvement in a 1944 police investigation surrounding a casket discovered on-grounds and links to occult activity, has been transformed into a dark, walk-through attraction, complete with flickering lights and frightening rooms, that promises to lead visitors deep into the mystery of the macabre. Take a trip into the Hex House this Halloween season and enjoy moments of sheer terror while the mysterious residents of Hex House breathe life into your darkest nightmares.
Scream Country – Drumright
Brace yourself for a wild ride through Oklahoma’s largest outdoor haunted house attraction at Scream Country in Drumright. Not recommended for children 12 and younger, Scream Country invites visitors to experience three complete haunted attractions including a one-mile walk along twisting trails through the dark forests of eastern Oklahoma. Navigate the trails with only moonlight as your guide, grab the arm of someone close, and keep your eyes peeled for all things that go bump in the night! In the woods of Scream Country, you never know what you might find!
Psycho Path Haunted Attraction – Sperry
Boundless terror and endless thrills await you in the small town of Sperry. Plan a trip around the annual Psycho Path Haunted Attraction and be rewarded with a theme park ride through over 40 acres of wooded wilderness on a custom-made Scareage vehicle. Just beware: once you board the vehicle, there’s no turning back! Try to survive the Psycho Path and put your courage to the test on this haunted adventure filled with high-intensity scares and ghouls that are aching to pounce! Also, don’t miss a trip through the on-site haunted manor and learn what true terror feels like.
The 13th Ward – Broken Arrow
Located in Broken Arrow, the 13th Ward offers over thousands of square feet of paralyzing fear. Check into the 13th Ward and prepare to be plunged into a dilapidated mental health hospital where the savage patients have taken over on their search for blood and revenge! Bring a group of friends and explore the rooms within the facility and don’t be surprised if the blood-curdling screams you hear turn out to be your own. Make the 13th Ward your Halloween destination this year and get ready to experience everything from fog and strobe effects, to overwhelming darkness and intense close quarters on your way to the heart of the hospital’s notorious horrors.back to top
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