Halloween Haunted Houses and Attractions in and Around Wichita Falls 
Halloween is right around the corner and if you’re trying to find the best place in Wichita Falls to get scared, look no further. We have zombie paintball, Insane Acres, haunted tours, Halloween in the Park, and of course, plenty of haunted houses.
Check out the list of haunted houses and Halloween attractions in Wichita Falls below!
Not for the faint of heart, Wicked Andy’s Insane Acres is, without a doubt, the best place in the Wichita Falls area to get your scare on. Located right outside of town in Charlie, Texas, the Insane Acres story goes like this:
“Come and see if you are brave enough for The Insane Acres featuring Dr. Price Karter aka (Dr. Morpheus) who was an renowned scientist that was incarcerated for his gruesome experiments on humans creating human and animal hybrids. Released in 2013 and now with his cannibalistic family, he is rumored to reside in Charlie, Texas. Numerous reports of missing persons all over the countryside have been reported as well as strange noises and severed limbs recovered throughout the area. Could this be the work of Dr. Price and the Karter family?”
New for 2017: Zombie Paintball!
Dates: Every weekend in October starting the 6th.
Times: 8:00 PM to Midnight
Price: $18 for Insane Acres walk through only this year, no hayride. Price includes a burger and a drink.
Location: 587 Coastal St., Charlie, TX 76305 – click for map
Website: Wicked Andy’s Productions
Help the BGCWF and have fun at the same time! The Wichita Falls Boys & Girls Clubs Alumni Association is hosting it’s 39th annual Chamber of Horrors. The Chamber of Horrors is a haunted house maintained by Boys and Girls Club Alumni to help raise money for the organization. (not recommended for children under 6)
Dates: Oct. 13, 14, 20, 21, 27, and 28.
Times: 7:30 pm
Price: $7 at the door | $5 in advance | $4 BGC members with cards
Location: The basement of Central Boys and Girls Club on 6th and Broad – Click for map
Haunted House of Carnage – The Return
Randlett Volunteer Fire Department is back with the Haunted House of Carnage!
Dates: Every Friday and Saturday in October.
Times: 7pm – Midnight
Price: $10 – includes hamburger meal and hayride to the house.
Location: Fire station in Randlett, OK. (Take I-44 to the Randlett Exit and follow the signs).
Located in the heart of downtown Vernon, Texas, Nightmare on Main Street is now two haunts on the same block! Nightmare and the all-new Dark Asylum, are both an experience that will arouse feelings of intense fear, horror and distress. Roam through the 9,000 sq ft of horror with rooms that could only exist in your darkest dreams. New characters, family friendly. You don’t have to run fast, you just have to run faster than your friends!
Dates: Sept. 29 & 30 and every Fri & Sat in October + Tues 10/31
Times: 7:30 PM – 10:00 PM
Price: Single haunt tickets $12 for Nightmare or Asylum, $18 for both.
Location: 1620 Main St. Vernon, Texas
Nightmare on 10th Street
This year, the MSU chapter of the Kappa Sigma fraternity is putting on the inaugural Nightmare on 10th Street haunted house at the chapter house in Wichita Falls, benefiting the Wichita Falls Food Bank. Since this is the first year they are doing this, there’s no word yet on just how scary the haunt is. So let us know how it is if you try it out.
Dates: Every Friday and Saturday in October
Times: 8:00 p.m. to Midnight
Price: $8 at the door, $5 with 2-3 canned goods
Location: 2400 10th Street, Wichita Falls
RBNC is having their 12th annual Not-So-Scary Halloween Nature Night on Friday, October 13 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM. There will be a costume contest starting at 7:30 pm, face painting, music, tasty food, cool games, fun crafts, a cake walk, pumpkin decorating, candy, a Flashlight Fun Trail through United Children’s Garden, and Wild Bird Rescue’s feathered ambassadors of the sky will make a special appearance!
Date: Friday, October 13, 2017
Times: 6pm – 9pm | Costume contest starts at 7:30pm
Price: $5 p/person | $2 for children in costume with paid parent. (RBNC members are free).
Location: 2200 3rd st. (near main entrance to Lucy Park) Click for map
Website: River Bend Nature Center
Halloween in the Park
Halloween in the Park is an event for all ages! There will be a free costume parade and contest, pumpkin decorating, carnival games, bounce houses, train rides, and more! Click here to see the Lucy Park Halloween 2016 flyer for more information!
Date: Saturday, October 21, 2017
Price: $10 for first wristband, $5 for each additional wristband good for all activities.
Location: Lucy Park in Wichita Falls. Click for map.
It’s Halloween at Jellystone Park at Coyote Ranch Resort! Starting September 30, and every weekend in October, there will be haunted hay rides through the trail of terror, Dungeon of Darkness haunted house, zombie crawl, carnival games, arts and crafts and a bake sale!
New this year: Wild Bird Rescue will be there with The Owls of Owl-o-ween!
Dates: September 30th and every Fri & Sat in October
Time: The haunted hay ride starts at 7:00 pm. Saturday activities begin at 11:00 am.
Price: $15 for a full day, $10 after 5:00 pm.
Location: Jellystone Park at Coyote Ranch Resort. Click for map.
Historical Tours of Wichita Falls, led by Julie Coley, will take you on a historical journey to learn about the dark side of our city. According to their website, you’ll hear stories about the Antler’s hotel fire that killed 3 people, the Texan Hotel fire that killed 4, numerous murders that happened downtown including the famous city National Bank robbery. Tales of suicide, murder, gruesome accidents and even get to hear an EVP taken from one of the buildings. Ghost stories will leave you wondering.
Dates: There will be a tour every weekend – weather and reservations permitting.
Times: Starting times vary depending on time of year.
Price: $10 per person. Must have a group of 12 or more. email or call to make a reservation. (Currently sold out, but call to get on the waiting list as sometimes there are cancellations.)
Email: WFtours@gmail.com Phone: 940-631-5380
The Kell House has a rich history, but on October 31st things get spooky. At just $5 per person, you’ll get a tour of the house and hear ghost stories. The tour does involve some history about the house itself, but the focus on this night is about haunted stories and eerie tales. It’s an event that’s great for all ages! Stop by any time between 6pm and 10pm Halloween night… if you dare. Kell House online.