After having to tamper our scare factor last year, it looks like we may be able to enjoy a Halloween that’s more reminiscent of previous years’. We’ve rounded up some creepy haunted houses, pumpkin patches, corn mazes, and more so you can start planning for your Halloween.
My Morbid Mind Haunted House
4548 Marvin Road S.E., Lacey
You might have survived 2020, but you might not be so lucky once you visit My Morbid Mind Haunted House in Lacey. Visitors will experience the horrors it has to offer, including a spooky 3D experience set in a barn.
25001 Sumner-Buckley Hwy., Buckley
Buckley’s Maris Farms might be one of the biggest autumnal attractions in the South Sound. By day, navigate through a combined 10 acres of corn maze and pumpkin patch, or choose from more than 30 activities — among them pumpkin tetherball, rubber duck races, and a mechanical bull. And, when it’s closer to Halloween, test your nerves by walking through the haunted woods.
626 E. 25th St., Tacoma
Frighthouse Station celebrates another season with new characters and 30 rooms of heart-pounding terror. This seasonal haunted house is filled with nightmarish creatures, the gruesome dead, and more.
9710 State Route 162 E., Puyallup
Going strong since 1892, Spooner Farms will be open to guests this October. Its Harvest Festival runs daily all month and features 50 varieties of pumpkins and squash. Activities include corn mazes, a pumpkin slingshot, and more.
Lattin's County Cider
9402 Rich Road S.E., Olympia
This is a local favorite for pumpkins, apple cider, fritters, farm animals, and more.
Rutledge Corn Maze
We can’t wait to see what the theme of this year’s corn maze will be. Rutledge Corn Maze has featured designs like Twilight vampires and former Seattle Seahawks player Marshawn Lynch. What will we get lost in this year?
Fright Fest at Wild Waves
36201 Enchanted Pkwy, Federal Way
Bundle up and hit this Federal Way theme park to scream, laugh, and get a sugar fix. It is family-friendly by day and frightful at night.