A list of spooky places to visit submitted by Spokesman-Review readers.
Deer Park/North County
Green Bluff’s JR Grange Kid Friendly Haunted House
At the old Green Bluff Grange Hall! (Built in 1935!!)
Our Jr Grange kiddos are doing their 2nd Haunted House upstairs and this year games downstairs!!
Come join us for an evening of spook!
Friday, 10/27, 6-9 and Saturday, 10/28, 6-9!
$2 admission(parents free with paid kid admission!)
Also feel free to bring a can of food for the Mead Food Bank!
The Hillbilly Haunted House
Hillbillys, zombies and monsters. Oh my! Come for a little fun and a little scare! Friday and Saturday, Oct. 20-21 and 27-28, 6-10 p.m. $5 donation. Part of proceeds to Riverside School District.
Liberty Lake/Otis Orchards
The Witching Hour Haunted House
This is a "home haunt" in Liberty Lake that will be open from 6-9 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 31.
Sparky's is family-friendly or singularly adult only. We will switch up what we do periodically and make sure that we keep it as fresh as we can. If you happen to bring a child to the establishment, please be responsible and make sure your kids can handle it. Admission is $5.
Hours: 8:30 p.m. to midnight Oct. 26-30, 7:30 p.m. to midnight Oct. 31 and Nov. 2. For information and advance tickets, visit www.sparkysfunhouse.com
James and Karrie King
Lots of lights and great decorations (handmade) a must see almost equal to their elaborate Christmas decorations. A must see!
King Family Haunted House: Theater of Terror
The King Family Haunted House presents the Theater of Terror! Free! 100 percent of donations go to cousin "Scary" Kerry's heart transplant fund! Come see us for some Halloween fun. Be there or beware!
Open 7-9 p.m. Oct 13-14, 20-2 and 27-30.
North Idaho: Coeur d'Alene
Just a little Spooky... just a little creepy... but not gory! Pet Cemetery and human Cemetery too! Come take a little stroll through the tombstones. Arachnophobics Beware!!
Haunting on Greenwood
Doing a Zombie hunt this year (from 6-10 p.m. or until we run out of "ammo"), see http://www.facebook.com/hauntingongreenwood for more information!
North Alberta & Olympic
DeMoss Haunted Maze
Come join us in Cheney at the DeMoss Haunted Maze and we promise you won't leave disappointed!
We are open from 7 to 10 p.m. Oct. 20-21, 27-28 and 31.
We have a photo booth set up and a photographer who would love to take your pictures and send you the edited pictures via email Admission and pictures are free. If you would like to donate to our Annual Feed the Homeless drive, we accept donations in the form of canned goods, non perishables, hand/foot warmers, gloves, hats, socks, feminine products, etc, or if you see fit, we accept cash.
Our family, along with the 509 Bomb Squad car club walk the streets finding our less fortunate in Spokane and bring them some much needed compassion. Thank you for allowing us the opportunity to bring this to the community we now call home, Cheney.
Eighth and S. Lincoln Place
Well decorated home in the vicinity of Shriners' Hospital.
Ghostly Theme, a few scares for kiddos on Halloween!
Very scary Halloween Haunt, up the street from Fred Meyer.
24th Avenue and Wall Street
Note: Halloween decorations only up on Halloween night
The Queen of Halloween lives right here in Spokane Valley. For over 20 years, Chris Sheppard has been collecting Halloween decorations and every October she transforms both the outside of her home with thousands of colorful lights and a host of scary characters including the witch from the Wizard of Oz, Frankenstein’s monster, Dracula, and blowups of Halloween themed characters. A lot to take in--an experience one will not soon forget. A treat for kids of all ages. Lights are on from dusk until 9 p.m until after Halloween.
Directions: From I-90 east, take E.Sprague exit. Turn right on Thierman. Right on 8th. Left on Bettman. Just follow the orange glow in the sky!
12th Street Hallow
We are a free haunted house Located at in the Spokane Valley. The Halloween spirit runs in our blood we love it and enjoy that everyone can come and partake in our hard work and fun. Our goal is to have young and old alike come and have fun, so if you would like you can ask the witch in the front to tame the scare factor down and you may have to wait a lil longer for a group ... although please remember it is a Haunted House. Hours: 6:30-10 p.m. October 27-28 and 31.
We build a haunted house through the backyard, technically called a walk through yard haunt. Attendance is free and open to the public, although we are collecting non-perishable food items for Second Harvest. Due to the nature of the content, parental guidance recommended, and the homeowners strongly suggest parents go through first to decide if it is something they want their children to see. Please do not bring your toddler through and then be upset with us when we scare them...THAT'S WHAT WE'RE TRYING TO DO!
Hours: 7 -10 p.m. Oct. 27-28 and 31.
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