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We're creeping up on the end of October and there is still a ton of frightening fun taking place this weekend. From traditional Haunted Houses infested with creepy creatures of all kinds, to eerie trails where the mad monsters reside, and attractions where you can take on the undead, HauntedAustin.com has you covered!

Our site also features family-friendly fun for those of all ages. This includes Fall Festivals, Corn Mazes, Pumpkin Patches, Hay Rides, Not-So-Scary Haunted Houses, and more!

After visiting a haunted attraction, be sure to come back and visit https://www.hauntedaustin.com to leave the haunt a review and rating. This will help the attraction be in the running to win the 2020 Haunt of the Year!

Good News Pumpkin Patch
San Antonio, TX
Open Friday 10/23, Saturday 10/24, Sunday 10/25 and 5 other dates
Good News Pumpkin Patch is in southeast San Antonio off of IH-37 and US 181 south. This an annual Pumpkin Patch in our field.
Pipe Creek Pumpkin Patch
Pipe Creek, TX
Open Saturday 10/24, Sunday 10/25 and 1 other date
Join the fun at the PUMPKIN PATCH located at Pipe Creek Christmas Tree Farm! Admission includes a hayride, hay jump, scarecrow dressing, visiting farm animals, pumpkin painting (with purchase of a pumpkin), photo ops and strolling through 6000 Christmas trees.
Ripley's Haunted Adventure
San Antonio, TX
Open Friday 10/23, Saturday 10/24, Sunday 10/25 and 5 other dates
Experience three unique attractions including Guinness World Records Museum which introduces the brand NEW Attempt Arena!
The Jersey Barnyard Pumpkin Patch
La Grange, TX
Open Friday 10/23, Saturday 10/24, Sunday 10/25 and 5 other dates
Make pumpkin picking a family memory full of fun farm experience. Purchase a pumpkin and you can paint it for free!
Six Flags Fright Fest
San Antonio, TX
Open Friday 10/23, Saturday 10/24, Sunday 10/25 and 2 other dates
Fright Fest features a variety of activities for the whole family to enjoy. You may have thought you knew Fright Fest, this year prepare yourself and your friends to scream bigger!
Sweet Berry Farm Harvest of Fall Fun
Marble Falls, TX
Open Friday 10/23, Saturday 10/24, Sunday 10/25 and 11 other dates
We have lots of activities for your family to 'Fall' in love with! --Stuff Your Own Scarecrow (Tons of family fun!) --Hayrides --Candy Corn Hay Maze for children --The 'Texas' Hayfield Maze for ages 6 and up --Sweet Berry Express Barrel Train --Pick Your Own Flowers --Ice Cream --Berry Bounce --Paint
Rocky Creek Maze
Moulton, TX
Open Friday 10/23, Saturday 10/24, Sunday 10/25 and 6 other dates
Haunted Trail: Listen to a terrifying tale on the hayride on your way down to the entrance of the Haunted Trail. The path winds through a separate corn field behind our regular maze, and upon exit, well if you make it that far- Muhahaha!
Scream Hollow - Wicked Halloween Park
Smithville, TX
Open Friday 10/23, Saturday 10/24, Sunday 10/25 and 9 other dates
Mansion of Terror Phantoms - In late fall of 1842, a wagon train rode into the Bastrop area, but not before cholera and Comanche Indian raids left many of the children without parents.
Evergreen Farms Pumpkin Hunt
Elgin, TX
Open Friday 10/23, Saturday 10/24, Sunday 10/25 and 6 other dates
The Pumpkin Hunt is a family-friendly event where children of all ages can enjoy fall activities. All activities are ongoing throughout the day, allowing families to customize their experience at the farm.
Barton Hill Farms Fall Festival
Bastrop, TX
Open Friday 10/23, Saturday 10/24, Sunday 10/25 and 8 other dates
Cone to Barton Farms for a day of fall fun! Pick your own pumpkins in the Great Pumpkin Patch, get lost in the giant maze, or bring the little ones along for the kiddy maze!
Llano Community Center Haunted House
Llano, TX
Open Saturday 10/24 and 1 other date
This house is great fun for the community and a great way to help out the dedicated Fire Fighters who help us out in the event of an emergency.

       

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