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SoCal Haunt Directory 2017

This is a comprehensive listing of haunts throughout Southern California. It features theme park/attractions, stand-alone events, and home haunts. If you own a haunt that should be included on this list, please contact us at TPAComments@gmail.com. To be included in our 2017 SoCal Haunt Directory, a haunt must have a website/fan page displaying this year’s information and a physical address. We will continue to update this page throughout the Halloween 2017 season, so it is never too late to contact us. If your favorite haunt is not on this list, they either have not updated their information for 2017, or may not be returning this season. When visiting these haunts, be sure to tell them you found them on Theme Park Adventure!


Castle Dark (Castle Park) – 3500 Polk St., Riverside CA 92505

Dark Harbor (Queen Mary) – 1126 Queens Hwy., Long Beach CA 90802

Fright Fest (Six Flags Magic Mountain) – 26101 Magic Mountain Pkwy., Valencia CA 91355

Halloween Horror Nights (Universal Studios Hollywood) – 100 Universal City Plz., Universal City CA 91608

Halloween Spooktacular (SeaWorld San Diego) – 500 Sea World Dr., San Diego CA 92109

Knott’s Scary Farm (Knott’s Berry Farm) – 8039 Beach Blvd., Buena Park CA 90620

Mickey’s Halloween Party (Disneyland Resort) – 1313 Disneyland Dr., Anaheim CA 92802

ZombiEmpire (Splash Kingdom) – 1101 California St., Redlands CA 92374



All Saints Lunatic Asylum – 22521 Shawnee Rd., Apple Valley CA 92308

Boccali’s Haunted Hayrides – 3277 E. Ojai Ave., Ojai CA 93023

Coffin Creek (Crossroads Riverview Park) – 14600 Baron Dr., Corona CA 92880

Creep LA: Lore (Magic Box LA at The Reef) – 986 Hill St., Los Angeles CA 90007

Cross Roads Escape Games – 4245 E. La Palma Ave., Anaheim CA 92806

Escapade Games (Escape Rooms with Increased Halloween Content) – 624 N. Harbor Blvd., Fullerton CA 92832

Fallen Saints: Dia de los Muertos (Generation DCD Studio) – 1001 W. Olive Ave., Burbank CA 91506

Field of Screams – The Haunted Stadium (Storm Stadium) – 500 Diamond Dr., Lake Elsinore CA 92530

Ghost Train (Los Angeles Live Steamers – Griffith Park)  – 5202 Zoo Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90027

Into the Black (Pomona Fairplex) – 1101 W. McKinley Ave., Pomona CA 91768

Long Beach Zombie Fest and Zombie Walk (Rainbow Lagoon Park) – 400-403 Shoreline Village Dr., Long Beach CA 90807 (October 20 – 22)

Los Angeles Haunted Hayride (Griffith Park Old Zoo) – 4730 Crystal Springs Dr.,  Los Angeles CA 90027

Mable’s 6 Feet Under – 1960 S. Anaheim Way, Anaheim CA 92805

Reign of Terror (Janss Marketplace) – 197 N. Moorpark Rd., Thousand Oaks CA 91360

Savage House (Westfield Mission Valley) – 1640 Camino Del Rio North, San Diego CA 92108

Sinister Pointe’s Hex – 120 W. 5th St., Santa Ana CA 92701 (Limited Engagement – Check Website for Details)

Talladega Frights (Talladega Ranch) – 3825 Riverlakes Dr., Bakersfield CA 93312

The 17th Door (West Fullerton Shopping Center) – 1851 W. Orangethorpe Ave., Fullerton CA 92833

The Basement – 12909 Foothill Blvd., San Fernando CA 91342

The Bunker Experience – 20 N. Raymond Ave., Pasadena CA 91103

The Curiosity Shop Escape Room – 3466 University Ave., Riverside CA 92501

The Haunted Hotel – 424 Market St., San Diego CA 92101

The Haunted Lodge (El Cajon Elks Lodge #1812) – 1400 E. Washington Ave., El Cajon CA 92019 (A Scareventures Production)

The Haunted Trail (Balboa Park) – 6th Ave., San Diego CA 92101

The Lust Experience (Los Angeles Area) – Ticket Holders Notified of Address

The Scream Zone (Del Mar Fairgrounds) – 2260 Jimmy Durante Blvd., Del Mar CA 92014

Urban Death Tour of Terror (Zombie Joe’s Underground Theatre Group) – 4850 Lankershim Blvd., North Hollywood CA 91601

Zombie Hunter Train (Fillmore & Western Railway Co.) – 364 Main St., Fillmore CA 93015

Zombie Town Los Angeles – 34481 Ridge Route Rd., Castaic CA 91384



Beware the Dark Realm – 28621 Sugar Pine Way, Santa Clarita CA 91390

Boney Island – 4602 Morse Ave., Sherman Oaks CA 91423

Boot Hill – 16 Goldenrod, Irvine CA 92614

Hallows End Cemetery – 1801 N. Britton Dr., Long Beach CA 90815

Haunted by Memories Manor – 9914 Alesia St., South El Monte CA 91733

Haunted Groundz – 13243 Mission Tierra Way, Granada Hills CA 91344

Maniac Mansion – 476 S. Rancho Del Sol Dr., Covina CA 91724

Manhattan Beach Haunted House – 1648 10th St., Manhattan Beach CA 90266

Mourning Rose Manor – 5250 Aurelia St., Simi Valley CA 93063

Restless Souls Manor – 38143 52nd St. E., Palmdale CA 93552

Rosehill Haunt – El Cucuy: The Boogieman – 11560 Acama St., Studio City CA 91604

Rotten Apple 907 – 907 N. California St., Burbank CA 91505

Spooky Hollows – 16418 Gilmore St., Van Nuys CA 91406

The Backwoods Maze – 1912 N. Pepper St., Burbank CA 91505

The Dreich Society – 1472 E. Highland Ct., Ontario CA 91764

The Farm Haunt – 1252 Norton Ave., Glendale CA 91202

The Haunt at Daisy Avenue – 16887 Daisy Ave., Fountain Valley CA 92708

The Haunted Rose – 12116 Groveland Ave., Whittier CA 90604

The House at Haunted Hill – 4400 Saltillo St., Woodland Hills CA 91364

The Opechee Haunt – 1307 Opechee Way, Glendale CA 91208

VanOaks Cemetery – 5822 Norwich Ave., Sherman Oaks CA 91411

Wicked Pumpkin Hollow – 5421 Wortser Ave., Sherman Oaks CA 91401

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Twilight Zone Tower of Terror Fans Are a Devoted Community, Preparing to Gather at Midsummer Scream 2017

The Twilight Zone Tower of TerrorIn just days, thousands of Halloween and horror fans will pour into the Long Beach Convention Center to experience Midsummer Scream 2017 on July 29 and 30. One of the most-anticipated presentations of the weekend will kick the event off at noon on Saturday – Beyond the 5th Dimension: Creating The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror. This hour-long presentation will feature several individuals key to the design of the original attraction in Orlando, as well as the subsequent versions that were installed at Disneyland Resort, Disneyland Paris, and Tokyo DisneySea.

What will drive guests to this particular presentation? Their undying love of The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, and the fact that Midsummer Scream is going to give Southern California fans a truly fantastic way to come together as a community to listen to the attractions creators, and give it a proper farewell together as a group.

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Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor New Maze and Spirit to be Announced at Midsummer Scream 2017

Queen Mary's Dark Harbor new maze and character to be revealed at Midsummer Scream 2017As the excitement builds in anticipation of next weekend’s Midsummer Scream convention in Long Beach, the Queen Mary has just announced that it will be revealing a new Dark Harbor maze and character to fans during its hour-long presentation on Saturday, July 29 in the Terrace Theater (main stage).

Typically, each of the major theme parks and attractions that participate in Midsummer Scream thrill guests with enticing presentations and discussions of what’s to be expected come Halloween time. The biggest moments come when the attractions unveil a new maze or major component – that is the pièce de résistance as far as fans are concerned; it’s what they line up for, and it’s what they hope to witness when they pour into the theater each summer.

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Six Flags Magic Mountain Offers Free Admission for DC Comics Cosplay on July 12

Magic Mountain calling on DC Comics cosplay fans!Six Flags Magic Mountain is putting the call out for all DC Comics superheroes – and villains – to celebrate the opening of its brand-new attraction, Justice League: Battle for Metropolis! This widespread call for DC Comics cosplay at Magic Mountain is your ticket – literally – to get into the park and experience the new ride on July 12!

Magic Mountain isn’t wanting people to dress up just for fun – they’re going to attempt to break a world record for most cosplay participants in a theme park.

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Legacy of the Hallowed Haunting Grounds Panel Announced for Midsummer Scream 2017

The history of home haunting in Southern California is long and storied. However, one home haunt in particular – the Hallowed Haunting Grounds – changed the playing field dramatically in 1973, when a group of creative kids led by Gary Corb took to the front yard at 4343 Babcock Avenue in Studio City.

Over the course of 32 years, the Hallowed Haunting Grounds grew into the most elaborate and detailed Halloween yard display anyone had ever seen. What started out as a simple homage to Disneyland’s Haunted Mansion, became a must-see roadside attraction each October; a virtual who’s who from the entertainment industry showing up nightly to gawk and whisper with the masses as they journeyed “beyond the graveyard of desolate souls”. The Hallowed Haunting Grounds was more than a spectacle; it became a cornerstone of Halloween in Los Angeles, attracting thousands from near and far to experience its subtle complexity – mournful spirits, crumbling church ruins, undulating graves, floating lanterns, and displaced ghosts.

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