Socially Distanced SoCal Haunts for October 2020

Like everything else this year, Halloween will look quite a bit different. No, Halloween is not cancelled, ya’ spooky bitches. It’s a lifestyle. A frame of mind. A way of existing in the world. And for those of you who embrace that spirit in October alone, you can still embrace it for 31 days in 2020. Haunts as we have come to know them, however, are most definitely cancelled. BUT there are some new reimagined haunt experiences happening and I will compile a list here. This is all new so at this point I obviously cannot vouch for the safety or the awesomeness of the haunts listed below. But take this information, check out each haunt’s specific safety precautions, grab your masks and maybe go get the hell scared outta you in your car. Everyone is hungry for haunts and they are in limited supply, so I’d advise you to jump on tickets quickly if you find something you like because this year more than any other, demand far outweighs supply.

Urban Legends drive through experience @ OC Fair and Event Center October 1st – November 1st Starting at $49.99 per vehicle. 45 min experience

Stranger Things Drive-Into Experience @ TBD Downtown LA Tickets released August 26th @ noon. $59 per vehicle. Over one hour experience

Twisted’s Beyond Baroque Haunt @ The Huntington Library

La Haunted Hayride  Drive-Up Experience @ San Dimas Select nights September 25th – Nov 1st. Tickets starts at $49.99 for two people

The Bite LA Halloween Food Crawl + Creature Safari @ Legg Lake includes 8 Bites, campfire dessert, fall-favorite warm beverage and immersive entertainment and since this will all be enjoyed from within your vehicle… there will also be a car costume contest. Experience lasts just over an hour. Early bird tickets start @ $105 for 2 person car, $39/person for 5-person car. Prices increasing soon.

Into The Black @ Rancho Cucamonga Walk-through haunt “Follow in the footsteps of a paranormal investigative team as they explore the infamous “Black House”- an eerie Victorian mansion that once housed a family notorious for Devil Worship. Are you brave enough to explore the Black House? Groups of 1-2 guests will be allowed to venture Into the Black and to discover what lies within. After you survive the “Black House” you will immediately enter the macabre Haunted Market featuring dark and spooky vendors.” October 1st-31st Tickets start @$25

Corona Haunt  This is a FREE event, reservations are sold out but it is possible to join a “virtual line” for standby. (No actual physical standby line this year) October 22-25 + 29-31

*Family Friendly Nights of the Jack Drive-thru @King Gillette Ranch October 1st – November 1st. Tickets start at $69/ per vehicle. “Expect to see some larger than life pumpkin installations as well as detailed artist depictions of your favorite movie stars, sports heroes and animated characters.” 25 min experience

*Family Friendly Haunt-O-Ween Drive-thru experience @ Woodland Hills October 9th-31st $70 per vehicle (includes a pumpkin of your choice, candy, video op, “photo friendly environments” 25-35 min experience

UPDATE 9/21 Reign of Terror walk through has been cancelled for the 2020 season 😦

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