Scare up a little fun this Halloween season at these terrifying attractions.

Haunted House season is upon us, and most people love to be scared out of their socks. Lucky for you, a ton have opened their doors to a wicked world of frightmares this year, so steel your courage, put on a diaper, and get your spook on at these terrifying locations! 

Chilling Haunted Houses

**It’s important to note that the haunted houses included in this list may be too intense for younger audiences. Parental discretion advised.**

The Asylum Haunted House – Henderson

Consistently rated in the Top 10 Haunted Houses in America, the Asylum has over 15,000 square feet of eerie hospital horror to wither your soul. It is now also located in the same place as City of the Dead for a mayhem-filled mashup! Click here for more information.

Where: 7007 E. 88th Ave., Henderson
When: Open select days through November 4
Prices: Starts at $20

City of the Dead and Asylum

Courtesy of Asylum.

City of the Dead Haunted House – Henderson

This second fan-favorite attraction at one location with The Asylum has been giving visitors the best-rated scares of the city for a decade. Your nightmares will come back to life, zombie style, in this chilling attraction. Click here for more information.

Where: 7007 E. 88th Ave., Henderson
When: Open select days through November 4
Prices: Starts at $20

Colorado Fear Fest by Haunted Mines – Colorado Springs

Colorado Fear Fest is in a new location in Colorado Springs and ready to lead you into the underworld of a haunted mine. Already dark and terrifying, this world will chill you to your very core with a mix of old and new like you’ve never seen. Click here for more information.

Where: 3910 Palmer Park Blvd., Colorado Springs
When: Open select days from October 5 through October 31
Prices: Starts at $15

Elitch Gardens Fright Fest – Denver

The city’s biggest theme park, Elitch Gardens, offers a multi-faceted Fright Fest to scare your socks off. It has two options: a family-friendly daytime spooktacular and a Fright by Night, that will fulfill all your after-dark horror needs. And yes, that includes creepy clowns galore. Click here for more information. 

Where: 2000 Elitch Cir., Denver
When: Open select days through October 29. 
Prices: Starts at $15

Courtesy of Elitch Gardens (Facebook). 

Empty Grave Haunted House – Longmont 

Living the scary life in Longmont? Then you definitely want to visit the Empty Grave attraction. This fully themed immersive invites you to work a night on the Graveyard Shift. Click here for more information.

Where: Village at the Peaks Shopping Center, Longmont
When: Open select days October 5 through November 3.
Price: Starts at $16

Fear of the Dark – Fort Collins

With a 3.000-square foot, two-story haunted house, Chipper’s Lanes is guaranteeing you will be scared before you start. All you have to do is survive. Click here for more information.

Where: 217 W. Horsetooth Rd., Fort Collins
When: Open select days through October 28 
Price: Starts at $20

13th Floor Haunted House – Denver

Considered one of the most horrifying haunted houses in the nation, the 13th Floor is Denver’s largest haunted house! Get ready for your darkest fears to be manifested before your very eyes in a gut-wrenching journey. Can you make through all 13 floors? Click here for more information.

Where: 3400 E. 52nd Ave., Denver
When: Open through November 10
Prices: Starts at $27.99

The Frightmare Compound – Westminster

The Frightmare Compound was Denver’s first haunted house, and this year, it celebrates its 35th anniversary! But just because the compound is over 30 years old doesn’t mean it can’t deliver the scares. And you know if things aren’t good, they don’t make it in Denver long, so this must be amazing. Click here for more information.

Where: 10798 Yukon St., Westminster
When: Open select days through November 11
Prices: Starts at $26

Courtesy of Frightmare Compound. 

Hellscream Haunted House – Colorado Springs 

“A year has passed since the fateful day of the circus train crash that took so many lives …” This literally screams ‘SCARY CLOWNS,’ am I right? It is sure to be full of mind-bending mayhem and insane haunts. Click here for more information.

Where: 3021 N. Hancock Ave., Colorado Springs
When: Open through November 3
Price: Starts at $20

Nightmare City Haunted House – Greeley

“We were at this haunted house last year and it scared the bejeezus out of us!” – Facebook review. That’s probably enough said, but no one under 16 is allowed and the site has a lot of creepy doll heads, so I’m sold. Click here for more information.

Where: 2393 W. 27th St., Greeley
When:  Open through November 3
Price: Starts at $20

Reinke Brothers Haunted Mansion – Littleton 

It’s back! After being quiet as a cemetery for three years, Reinke Brothers Haunted Mansion has come back from the dead. With even more thrills and chills, it resurrected its 50-year tradition that has made more than one person pee their pants. Click here for more information.

Where: 5663 S. Prince St., Littleton
When: Open through November 4 
Price: Starts at $19

Chilling Corn Mazes and Other Outdoor Frights

Not every haunted place is indoors. Check out some of these fun outdoor locations for an assault on all of your senses.

Creepy Walk in the Woods – Loveland

Located at the awesomely named Devil’s Backbone, you will explore Savage Woods, a land cursed with creatures so haunting that they could never be contained indoors. Haunted forest? Check. Click here for more info

Where: 11750 Savage Rd., Loveland 
When: Open select days October 12-27
Price: Starts at $20

Haunted Field of Screams – Thornton

The Haunted Field of Screams is the largest scream park in Colorado, and it grows terror fresh every day! This year it will offer four interactive haunts to cure you of your love for horror. And, yes, they have zombie paintball. Click here for more information.

Where: 10451 McKay Rd., Thornton 
When: Open through October 31
Price: Starts at $39.99

Haunted Field of Screams.

Courtesy of Haunted Field of Screams.

Reapers Hollow – Parker

I mean, what is scarier than the children of the corn? Reapers Hollow at Flat Acres farms will send you on a 30-minute journey through creepy cornfields and haunted forests. Click here for more information.

Where: 11321 Dransfeldt Rd., Parker
When: Open select days from September 30 through October 31
Prices: Starts at $20

Scream Acres Haunted Corn Maze – LaSalle

There’s something about weaving your way through a corn maze filled with terrifying haunts that makes you want to curl up in the fetal position. Oh, yeah, and zombie paintball. Click here for more info. 

Where: 20861 CR 33, LaSalle
When: Open select days through October 31
Price: Starts at $23

Terror in the Corn – Erie

It’s no coincidence this attraction is in Eerie, I mean Erie. Anderson Farm’s Terror in the Corn is home to ghoulish creatures, chainsaws, and headless peeps. As with the other mazes on the list, there is a ton to do outside of the maze, as well, in case the chainsaw thing throws you off. Click here for more info.

Where: 6728 CR 3 ¼, Erie
When: Open through October 28
Prices: Starts at $27

What do you think? Will you be visiting any of the above haunted houses and haunted outdoor attractions this fall? If so, let us know!

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