Seasonal & Holidays

Halloween Haunted Houses 2022: Guide To Ghoulish Best In Inland Empire

It's terror time! Be brave, and check out the spookiest, scream-inducing haunts near you in Riverside and San Bernardino counties.

Find a myriad of creepy, fun escapades offered during the Halloween 2022 season throughout the Inland Empire.
Find a myriad of creepy, fun escapades offered during the Halloween 2022 season throughout the Inland Empire. (Shutterstock)

INLAND EMPIRE, CA — Ready for the annual scare season? As Halloween nears, bone-chilling options abound at haunted houses throughout the Inland Empire.

Peruse the list of amusement-park extravaganzas and local fear-fests. Several open in mid-September or early October, and tickets to many are on sale.

And to all haunt fans, have a frighteningly good time, from Patch!

Find out what's happening in Temeculawith free, real-time updates from Patch.

If we missed your haunt, email details and online links to susan.schena@patch.com. Also, always double-check with organizers that events are proceeding as planned when posted.

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Find out what's happening in Temeculawith free, real-time updates from Patch.

APPLE VALLEY:

SEPT. 30-OCT. 31: 'All Saints Lunatic Asylum' Halloween Haunt. Enter if you dare!

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CORONA:

OCT. 7-30: Coffin Creek Haunted Village. "Five haunted attractions & Dark Shadow Market Place at one terrifying location."

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FONTANA:

OCT. 1-30: 'Dimensions of Insanity: Torture' - Immersive Haunt Experience. "A nightmarish experience you wish were just a dream."

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LAKE ARROWHEAD:

OCT. 15: Bracken Fern Manor & Tudor House Lockdown: Paranormal Investigation. For the super brave, there's a blindfolded, solitary challenge, too.
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LAKE ELSINORE:

SEPT. 30-OCT. 30: 'Undead Circus' Haunted Maze & Carnival, Launch Pointe. The carnival portion is family-friendly with games, pumpkins & bounce houses.

OCT.: Field Of Screams The Haunted Stadium: Canceled for 2022.

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PALM DESERT:

SEPT. 30 - OCT. 31: Miss Hazel's Parkwil Manor Haunted House: Shops At Palm Desert. Be brave: The "deadicated" cast takes scary seriously. At former Westfield Palm Desert.

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PALM SPRINGS:

OCT. 28, 29 & 31: 'BITE' Vampire Circus Dining Adventure: PS Underground. With "free-flowing blood-curdling cocktails, beer, wine, hand-passed appetizers & diabolical four-course dinner."

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PERRIS:

OCT. 29: 'The Bride Of Pinacate' Haunted Train Ride: SoCal Railway Museum. A young, widowed bride has haunted the tracks for 135 years. All aboard to find out more.

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POMONA:

SEPT. 15-NOV. 20: 'Delusion': Interactive Horror Theatre: Phillips Mansion. Spine-tingling, theater performance where attendees "uncover the truth behind The Hollows." Book soon, as expected to sell out.
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RIVERSIDE:

SEPT. 23-OCT. 30: 'Castle Dark' Halloween Haunts: Castle Park. Fright-filled mazes are what happens when your neighborhood mini-golf, amusement park lets ghouls visit on weekends.

OCT. 21-22: 'CarnEVIL' - California Riverside Ballet Ghost Walk & Festival. Experience includes kids’ carnival, food, vendors & Tavern of Terror beer garden.

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TEMECULA:

SEPT. 30-OCT. 31: 'Mansion Of Lost Souls' Halloween Haunt: Promenade Mall. "We cannot promise that you all will make it through, but we will pray for your survival."

OCT.: 'Temecula Terror' Halloween Haunt. Canceled for 2022.

OCT. 8-30: 'Headless Horseman' Haunted Horse-Drawn Wagon Ride. With "moderate" scare level, so geared to families.

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UNIVERSAL CITY:

SEPT. 8-OCT. 31: Halloween Horror Nights: Universal Studios Hollywood. Summon your scream squad! "Terror Tram," "The Horrors of Blumhouse," "The Weeknd: After Hours Nightmare" and, or course, Michael Myers await.
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FOR A STATEWIDE, SPOOKY GUIDE: Haunted Houses 2022: Guide To The Ghoulish Best In California

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ALSO SEE: Oktoberfest 2022: Guide To The Most Wunderbar In Inland Empire


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