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Halloween Haunted Houses in the Northwest Twin Cities

Looking for a scary experience this Halloween? Some of these attractions are within driving distance of St. Michael, but could be worth the scare factor.

For some people, celebrating Halloween includes visiting a haunted house or going on a haunted hayride. Halloween is just around the corner and to get you prepared for the spooky holiday, Patch has prepared a list of some haunted attractions you can visit - if you dare.

Nightmare Hollow Scream Park
Claims to be the scariest haunted house near Minneapolis and St. Paul. In addition to the haunted house, they also have horror hayrides and a Klown Karnival.

Open Dates: Through Oct. 31, 2012

Hours: Sunday through Thursday, 7-9 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 7-11 p.m.

Address: 15201 Zurich St. NE, Columbus, MN 55025

Phone: 651-462-7279

Website: www.nightmarehalloween.com

 
Ramsey County Sheriff’s Fright Farm Haunted House

This haunted house is located on the Ramsey County Fairgrounds where the Poor Farm operated from 1885 to the 1940s. Citizens who couldn’t care for themselves were sent to live at the Poor Farm. They worked in exchange for free room and board. Many employees of the Haunted House have claimed to see a dark shadowy figure that they’ve affectionately named “The Cowboy.”

Open Dates: Through Oct. 31, 2012

Hours vary, check website for dates and times

Address: 2020 White Bear Avenue N, Maplewood 55109

Website: www.frightfarm.org


Valleyscare Halloween Haunt

You must be over the age of 13 to go to the Valleyscare Hallowen Haunt. Located at Valleyfair, the park has been taken over by monsters, zombies and scary clowns.

Open Dates: Through Oct. 28, 2012.

Hours vary, check website for dates and times

Address: One Valleyfair Drive, Shakopee, MN 55379

Website: www.valleyfair.com

 

Scream Town

Boasts the largest haunted corn maze in Minnesota. With five attractions spread out over 400,000 square feet in Chaska, you’re sure to experience fright at its finest. Visit Oak Blood Forest, Terror in the Corn, Rabid Alley, The Red Neck Resort, and Circus Asylum. Scream Town also features over 100 actors.

Open Dates: Through Oct. 28, 2012

Hours vary, check website for dates and times

Address: One Valleyfair Drive, Shakopee, MN 55379

Website: www.screamtown.com

Ann October 12, 2012 at 04:58 PM
Does anyone know anything about the signs around town for the haunted house at 42nd and Janett? I did not see anything listed here and just wondering what the specifics are...thanks.
Samara Postuma October 12, 2012 at 05:08 PM
Ann, I believe it's this haunted house that this family puts on each year. http://stmichael.patch.com/articles/st-michael-family-puts-on-annual-haunted-house#photo-8205886

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