UPDATED! It’s almost Halloween. Which means it’s time to check out some Haunted Houses. Why? Because sometimes you gotta get the pee scared out of you. It makes you know you’re alive. The being scared part. Not the peeing part. I’ve snitched on some of the scary places around town for Haunted Houses, Scary Corn Mazes, and even places for you to run around and shoot zombies with paintball guns.

Snitch Note: Some of these are so scary they aren’t for younger kids. So check out the website for details on them. Wearing Depends is optional but probably advisable. 

UPDATED! Here are some great places around DFW to check out:

Dan’s Haunted House **NEWLY ADDED**
Lake Dallas
Oct 1-Oct 31 Weekends ONLY

New addition to our list! If you’re looking for something different, check out Dan’s Haunted House. It’s all Japanese themed – no clowns, zombies or chainsaws here. Everything is based on Japanese Mythology.

What you can do here: full feature outdoor walk through professional haunted attraction featuring creepy Japanese inspired sets and some of the BEST LIVE ACTORS that love what they do!
Tickets: $20 General Admission

DFW Zombie Hunt
Roanoke, TX
Sept 30-Oct 31 7pm-12am

What you can do here: LIVE Zombie Hunts and Shootouts, Hay Rides, Not-So-Scary Haunted Houses
Tickets: Zombie Assault Truck $25 (VIP $60) – Jump on an army truck and shoot live zombies with paintball rounds.
Zombie Assault Trailer $20 (VIP $55)– Jump on a 24ft trailer and shoot live zombies from a turret mounted paintball gun

Dark Hour Haunted House
Plano, TX
Sept 23 – Oct 31

What you can do here: Haunted House with live actors. Voted #4 Best Haunted Attraction in the Country by USA Today Readers’ Choice.
Tickets: $28 Regular, $50 Fast Pass, $35 Backstage Tour, $75 VIP

Six Flags Over Texas Fright Fest
Arlington, TX
Sept 24 – Oct 31

What you can do here: Six Flags is a fall favorite – 12 great rides are open – so you get the mix of scary and true amusement park. They have a couple of great mazes including a scary Circus themed maze, Zombies and also a Black Out maze that is completely in the dark. The scary stuff costs extra in addition to admission unless you buy the FRIGHTPASS which includes one-day admission for all day and unlimited Haunted House admission on the day of your visit.
Tickets: $48.99 Regular Admission (fright fest is extra), $68.99 Admission+FrightFest

Screams Halloween Theme Park
Waxahachie, TX
Sept 30 – Oct 29  7:30pm-1:30am

What you can do here: DJ and Live Music, 3 Haunted Houses, Zombie Wasteland, Haunted ClownEvil Maze, Scaryoke, Rides, Food Court, Taboo Tavern, Full Moon Café (Sit down restaurant)

Tickets: $27 Regular, $42 Fast Pass, Group Discount 15+ $25 each

Slaughterhouse and J&F House of Terror
Garland, TX
Sept 30 – Oct 1

What you can do here: Both Haunted Theme Parks have joined forces this year – so you get two great options in one locations. See Scary Clowns (are there any other types?), Haunted House, Haunted Corn Maze
$25 Regular, $40 VIP

Slaughterhouse and J&F House of Terror
What you can do here:
Haunted Hay Rides, LIVE Zombie Hunts and Shootouts
Tickets: $24.95 Regular, $39.95 Shooter VIP, $9.95 Rider Only, $399.95 for a VIP Private Group Zombie Hunt

The Crypt Haunted House
Farmerville, TX
Sept 19 – Oct 31

What you can do here: Haunted House in an abandoned building thorugh Crystal Lake, mazes, back alleys and a circus tent.
Tickets: $20 Regular (discounts available on their website)

Theater of Carnage
Lake Dallas, TX
Sept 19 – Oct 31

What you can do here: Haunted House set in a spooky old theatre. Live actors and great props.
Tickets: $20

Terrell, TX
Oct 1 – Oct 31

What you can do here: Thrillvania Haunted House Park, featured on The Travel Channel’s “Americas Scariest Haunted Attractions” and on Frighthouse on the DIY network, has been selected as one of the top haunted houses in the nation by Fangoria, Haunted Attraction Magazine, Readers Digest, MSN, AOL and America’s Best Haunts. This is 50 acres of pure scary. You can check out a haunted mansion, a twisty labyrinth maze, and a haunted trail. Tickets: $24.99 Regular, $49.99 Speed Pass

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