Phoenix Area Haunted Houses

Looking for a big thrill or a creepy chill? From haunted corn mazes to spooky asylums, Arizona offers up plenty of macabre attractions for scream seekers this Halloween.


13th Floor  and Zombieland Haunted Houses
2814 W. Bell Road, Phoenix, AZ 85053, (602) 456-2250
Two haunted houses, one laocation: 60,000square feet of shocking twists and horrifying turns. Open every Friday and Saturday until midnight throughout October, and on select days. See website for dates and times. Admission is $25 for both haunted houses, $30 for VIP pass.

Arizona’s Original Scream Park
Loop 101 & McDowell Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85251, (480) 444-2590.
Arizona’s oldest and largest Halloween event, the Scream Park features four haunted attractions, Alice’s House of Nightmares, 3-D Fear Factory, Castle of Darkness, and Goldminer’s Revenge, plus rides, vendors, and specialty food. Not recommended for children under 12. Open Friday-Saturday beginning September 24;Sunday through Open every night October 20 – October 31, 2011. Admission from $22.

Ahwatukee Haunted House and Hayride
4700 E. Warner Road, Phoenix, AZ 85044, (480) 893-1942.
Visitors to the Ahwatukee Community Swim and Tennis Center's 10th annual event will enjoy a haunted hayride through the park, where they’ll encounter various ‘creatures of the night’, with a stop at the center’s haunted house; treats await those who escape successfully! Pumpkin patch, caramel apples, and palm readings. Open October 28-30, 2011.

AZ Field of Screams Haunted Corn Maze
5726 N. 75th Avenue, Glendale, AZ 85303, (623) 386-1301.
For those seeking a more ghoulish adventure, Tolmachoff Farms offers Arizona Field of Screams, a twisted corn maze planted over a former cemetery. The disturbed souls who once rested there return at night to terrorize any who dare to enter. Not recommended for ages 10 and under. Open Friday- Saturday, 7 -11 p.m., through October 31, 2011. Admission is $15.

The Nest Haunted House at Rawhide
5700 W. North Loop Road, Chandler, AZ 85226, (480) 502-5600.
Guests will journey to the 55,000 square foot Pavilion with the most unbelievable haunted attractions: TURMOIL 3D – special 3D haunted house has custom sound, video, illusions and even some crazed clowns that bring this madhouse to life. BLEAK – Bleak utilizes the absence of light as its weapon of choice. You will attempt to twist and squeeze your way about a labyrinth of pure darkness. THE NEST – The single most extraordinary attraction in all of Arizona. You will be able to visit Jacob's realm after crossing the bridge from reality to parts never before seen. Only the bravest souls can survive! Admission ranges from $25-$40; tent maze and zombie paint ball available for an additional fee.

Doomtown  at Rawhide
5700 W. North Loop Road, Chandler, AZ 85226, (480) 502-5600.
The Train of Lost Souls, Legend of the Zombie Hunter, Beheading on Main Street, The Digger Payne Saga and Dr. Von Schlock’s Electric Chair are just some of the attraction awaiting guests and young ones looking for tamer thrills than The Nest. Open select nights September 21-October 32, 2011. Admission $5-$15.

Fear Farm
2209 N. 99th Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85037. (623) 826-5632 
Visitors experience terror as they are pursued through a cornfield. Attractions include four haunted houses, the Chainsaw Mayhem, Condemned, Decimation, the Apocalypse, the Toy Factory, and a cornfield maze. Open Thursday-Sunday, September 23-October 31, 2011. Admission is $8-$20; some attractions sold separately.

Golfland Fright Nights
155 W. Hampton Avenue, Mesa, AZ 85210, (480) 834-8319.
Golfland invites thrill seekers to travel back in time to the 1300s and experience The Gauntlet Haunted House, where tormented souls battle the Black Death. More timid visitors can still stifle a shriek with a round of Spooktacular Golf. The Gauntlet is open Friday & Saturday, 7-mindnight, and select days throughout October. Admission is $11 for The Gauntlet, Unlimited Fear and Fun Pass is $27.46.

Harrah's Ak-Chin: Scream & Win Mini Haunted House
15406 Maricopa Road, Maricopa, AZ 85139
This one is for grown-ups only: Harrah’s Ak-Chin offers the only Haunted House in town that pays you to visit… if you dare. Walk through this mini haunted house, created by Creative Occasions, on Friday, October 28 – Monday, October 31st between 6pm and 11pm and win $5 in free slot play. Must be at least 21 years old to participate.

Jack & Jill’s Haunted Hill
9847 N. 14th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85020.
Jack and Jill went up the hill… and never came back. Explore an abandoned mine and find out just what happened to poor Jack and Jill. Open Friday-Sunday, 7-10 p.m. through October. Arizona's most affordable scare of 2010, admission is only $5.

Monsterland Haunted Museum
195 W. Ocotillo Road, Queen Creek, AZ 85240.
Containing over two acres of spooky woods, film quality sets, costumed performers, and never before seen animated props, Monsterland boasts over 1000 original monsters as well as authentic horror movie collectibles. The 40-minute experience requires some walking on rough terrain; visitors are encouraged to wear comfortable, closed toe shoes. Opens October 7, 2011.Admission is $15-$22. Visit website for dates and times.

Schnepf Farms Pumpkin & Chili Party

24810 S. Rittenhouse Road, Queen Creek, AZ 85242, (480) 987-3100.
Named ‘Best Fall Event’ by Phoenix Magazine, the month-long party features an assortment of food and goodies, live jazz Friday and Saturday evenings on the wine bar patio, attractions like Hillbilly Bob’s Pig Races, and amusement rides for all ages. Open Thursday -Sunday throughout October 2011. Admission is $15; discount tickets available for $12 at Fry’s Food & Drug.

Tolmachoff Farms Pumpkin Days and Fall Maze
5726 N. 75th Avenue, Glendale, AZ 85303, (623) 386-1301.
A pumpkin patch, family and mini corn maze, petting zoo, play areas, bounce house and rides. Open October 1- November 2, 2010; Sunday -Thursday. Admission is $8 for ages 2 and up. For thrills and chills, visit Tolmachoff Farms Field of Screams, coupon available at website,