Are you looking to find Oklahoma’s best spooktacular attractions this Halloween season? Across the state this fall, you will find many scary haunted houses and attractions that will keep you up at night and terrify you in the best way. Beware: These 12 haunted houses in Oklahoma are not for the faint of heart.
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1. The Sanctuary: Oklahoma City
The Sanctuary is a premier haunted attraction located in OKC. The attraction takes place just north of Frontier City. Please allow at least 25 minutes to walk through, from start to finish.
Location: 12101 N I- 35 Service Rd, Oklahoma City, OK 73131
2. Guthrie Haunts: Guthrie
Get ready to be scared by Chockel's The Clown or spooked by the "touch and grab" at Guthrie Haunts.
Location: 4524 Riverside Cir
Guthrie, Oklahoma 73044
3. Psycho Path Haunted Attraction: Sperry
Enjoy 4 attractions at 1 location for an unbelievably scary experience. From haunted forests to virus infected paintballs, Psycho Path will scare even the bravest.
Location: 1517 E 106th St N, Sperry, OK 74073
4. The Asylum: Nowata
Based on a 1940's mental institution, The Asylum is the most realistic, disturbing and interactive haunted attraction in Oklahoma.
Location: 304 West Cherokee Avenue
Nowata, Oklahoma, 74048
5. The 13th Ward Haunted Attraction: Broken Arrow
With over 30,000 square feet of terrifying entertainment,The 13th Ward submerges you into a chaotic dimension, where savage patients run uncontrolled, and illusions are reality at this facility.
Location: 2300 E Kenosha St, Broken Arrow, OK 74012
6. KATT's Haunted Forest: Oklahoma City
Brought to you by 100.5 The KATT, this haunted forest is the first to come to Oklahoma City. The Haunted Forest is a 20 minute walk of terror around the Lost Lakes and through the forest with all of your worst nightmares hidden behind every corner.
Location: 3501 N.E. 10th, Oklahoma City, OK 73117
7. The Castle of Muskogee-Halloween Festival: Muskogee
The Castle of Muskogee Halloween Festival has over 11 spooktacular events in October. From dungeons to torture chambers to haunted hayrides, you can find activities for all ages.
Location: 3400 West Fern Mountain Road Muskogee, OK 74401
8. Nightmare In The Country: Woodward
With 2 attractions at 1 location, Nightmare In The Country will scare you double in 2015. Each attraction takes 25-40 minutes each to complete, depending on your pace.
Location: 38368 S County Rd 195 Woodward, Oklahoma
9. Trail of Fear Scream Park: Lawton
Oklahoma's Largest Haunted Attraction is back for its 18th year of terror. It was voted one of the top 31 Haunted Attractions in the U.S.
Location: 11101 SE Lee Blvd, Lawton, OK 73501
10. Thunderbird Trail of Fear: Noble
The Thunderbird Trail of Fear is celebrating its 3rd year of terror. It ranked #2 for top rated haunted attraction in the entire state of Oklahoma in 2014.
Location: 14501 East Etowah Rd., Noble OK 73068
11. The Hex House: Tulsa
The Hex House is inspired by a true story from Tulsa's dark past. It has been voted "One of America's Best Haunted Attractions," and has 2 extreme haunts in 1 location.
Location: 5610 W Skelly Dr, Tulsa, OK 74107
12. Nightmare Warehouse: Enid
With over 6,000 sq. feet of terror, Nightmare Warehouse will give you an incredible haunting experience.
Location: 424 W Walnut Ave
Have you visited any of these haunted attractions? Which one do you think is the scariest?