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Haunted Houses In Georgia 2017
Find below a list of haunted houses in Georgia 2017, with dates, locations, them, and prices for popular haunted houses, and then an information summary of the most popular haunted attractions. We have separate attraction links and listings for haunted houses USA, haunted corn mazes, haunted trails, haunted zombie paintball, haunted forests, haunted hayrides, and ghost tours.
13 Stories Haunted House - Newman, GA
Your deepest fears await starting on September 29th this year. The basic haunt here is 13 Stories but there are so many attractions and things to do and see. Ward B is another extremely scary haunted house with 13 Stories. There are four attractions including the zombie paintball hunt. 13 Stories have a combined ticket price or buy an individual haunt. Here you can wear your costume but no face mask. They have fog, strobe lights, gory creatures, loud sounds, and loud music. Expect to find rats, spiders, snakes, roaches, and maybe a 3D clown. The attractions are 13 Stories, Vertigo, Ward B, Zombie Alley, and Clown Town. Ask about a separate attraction called Sacrifice Extreme Haunt. Check their schedule so you see the specific haunt on the day you want. Also check out our list of the Top 100 Haunted Houses 2017 in America. Is your favorite haunted attraction on the top 10 and top 100 state list?
Albany Frightnights Haunted House - Albany, GA
They are back for 2017 at the former JoAnn Fabric location next to ToysRus. Expect lots of fun on weekends starting this October.
Bloodwood Trail - Rome, GA
Camp Blood - Carrollton, GA
Camp Blood has been scary for more than 26 years. There are more than a few chainsaw carrying psychos running around Carrollton, Georgia. Your ticket gets you into Mental-brook Estates and Camp Blood. Additional combo attractions available. Doors open at 9 pm every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights plus a couple special events.
Davisboro Haunted House - Davisboro, GA
The season starts on September 30th. Attraction is open every Friday and Saturday in October. Doors open 7 pm. A two story Victorian home transformed into Georgia’s scariest haunt. It’s a wall crawling experience with Tunnel of Fear, and Beyond the Grave. Tickets are $15.
Fear the Woods - Stockbridge, GA
Haunt opens September 29th. Fear in the Woods has a Haunted Hayride, Haunted Barn, Haunted Trail, Zombie Paintball Hayride, Reptile Exhibit, and Pumpkin cannon. Tickets priced from $17 to $30 every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night after 7 pm in October plus Halloween night.
Fearopolis - Commerce, GA
Attraction is located at the Funopolis Family Fun Center. It features Friday and Saturday night fun in October. Non-haunt runs 11 am to 7 pm on Friday and Saturday. The scary haunt time is 7 pm to 11 pm on Friday and Saturday. It features a Paint Ball Shoot Out, Haunted Laser Tag, 3D Psycho Circus Haunted House, a hayride, movies, and games.
Folklore Haunted House - Acworth, GA
Open weekend nights starting in late September. The theme of Folklore is that evil has many forms. Demons, tortured souls, vampires come from legends and fables. Back again for 2017.
Gates of Misery - Rome, GA
The legend is that no one has ever escaped the misery, pain, and screams at the Gates of Misery. This is a 12,000 square foot haunt filled with tortures and nightmares in a two story building. Updated this year is The Labyrinth and Schoolhouse of Horror as new added attractions. Open every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights from late September. Gates open at 7:30 pm.
Haunted Montrose - Montrose, GA
Haunt is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights. Some additional dates available. Doors open at 6:30 pm. Featured attractions are the Old Slaughterhouse, Havoc 3D, Experimental, and Raven.
House on Horror Hill - Alpharetta, GA
Horror Hill opens September 29th. An annual event put on by the Jaycees, it has run for over 35 years. Open Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights in October.
Netherworld Haunted House - Norcross, GA
Opening weekend is September 22nd and 23rd. Netherworld in Atlanta just might be the best haunted house in Georgia if not the country. Each year it seems to just get better with new scenes, sets, and screams. This years theme is The Season Of The Witch in the main haunt attraction followed by the basement show. It takes about one hour to go through Netherworld not counting for the long wait lines. Netherworld Haunted House is open from 7 pm to 11 pm. It runs Monday through Thursdays are from 7:30 pm to 10:30 pm. Friday and Saturday nights the attraction runs 7 pm to midnight. Tickets are vary based on the attraction, combos, and night of the week. So basically this attraction is open every night in October plus some September and November dates. Be aware of the horrific plot to punish all of mankind that went awry. Try to survive the giant bugs, wasps, spiders, and maggots. These places are beyond scary. This clearly is one of the best and most popular haunt attractions in the country. Also check out our list of the Top 100 Haunted Houses 2017 in America. Is your favorite haunted attraction on the top 10 and top 100 state list?
Nightmares Gate - Douglasville, GA
Experience Georgia’s own zombie prison riot. The patients have excaped. Tickets available for Nightmares Gate. Doors open at 8 pm. Open Thursday through Sunday nights.
Paranoia Haunted House - Canton, GA
Paranoia begins September 29th. The two attractions are Experiment and Slaughter Shack. Gates open at 7:30 pm and close 12 am on most Fridays and Saturday nights or 11 pm other nights. Admission is $25. Get the combo ticket for $30 to get into both attractions. Open a variety of nights in addition to every Thursday through Sunday in October.
Plantation Blood - Augusta, GA
Enjoy the fright experience at this 30,000 square foot entertainment complex. Expect to find a great haunt plus fortune tellers, games, pyrotechnic show, and food. They don’t touch but expect they will violate your personal space. Plantation Blood is one of the top 100 haunt attractions named by Funtober.
Scarehouse of the South - Gillis Springs, GA
Scare opens on October 7th, 2017. A nightmare at your worst is this 6400 square foot mansion. A one of a kind experience. Tickets are $15. It begins at dark. They run a creative, original, adrenaline packed horror show unique for the southeast. Attraction opens every Saturday and most Fridays in October.
Scream on the Trail - Snellville, GA
Walk through the haunted trail in the deep Georgia backwoods. The attractions is open every night in October. Screams on the Trail opens at dark. Check with the attraction if there is bad weather.
Six Flags Fright Fest - Austell, GA
Opens for Halloween season on September 23rd. Fright Fest is one of the largest haunted attractions in the country. They convert Six Flags into a full Halloween haunt with lots of scare attractions and entertainment. Entertainment includes Southern Cemetery Conjuring, Salem Witch Trials, Bayou Bloodlush, Gotham City, Cemetery of the Undead, Asylum, The Last Ride and many more new attractions. Also many of Six Flags great rides have been re-themed and operating during Fright Fest. Save money and buy your tickets online.
Trail of Terror - Woodstock, GA
The Jaycees have been putting on this annual event for many years. They do a wonderful haunted house for charity works. They generally are open Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights in October.
Underworld Haunted House - Macon, GA
Also named the Byron Body Farm Haunted Trail. Tickets available at the door for this government experimentation event at warehouse 366. Doors are open on Friday and Saturday nights in October.
Information thanks to https://www.funtober.com/haunted-houses/georgia/
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