If you like scares, we’ve found them! At this time of year, our family loves to test our wits by checking out new Haunted Houses or revisiting old favourites. I am always so impressed by the creativity and effort individuals have put into creating a fun experience to share with the community. In many cases, people are opening their homes to complete strangers and contributing all proceeds to charity. We want to thank all those for their tireless efforts to make our Halloween a little more magical!

I have tried my best to separate the Haunted Houses into age categories. My kids have both always enjoyed the scare experience so my ratings may be slightly skewed towards that.

Spooky Haunted Houses for All Ages

Reapers Asylum Haunted House
Weekends October 7-31 | This free walk-through experience in the north Edmonton neighbourhood of Lorelei is the homeowner’s own terrifying creation, with cash and nonperishable food item donations being accepted for the Veterans Association Food Bank. LOW SCARE times are on Sundays from 12 pm – 4 pm.

Kiwi’s Haunted House
October 13-14, 19-21 & 26-29 | Visit Kiwi Nurseries this Halloween as the outdoor pathways and growing house are given a spooky makeover. Souvenir flashlights are even provided to help guide your way through the dark!

Century 21 Leading Spooktacular Acreage
October 12-15, 19-22, 26-31, 2023 | This low-scare Halloween display is just a short drive west of the city and offers up a humongous assortment of cartoon character inflatables, animatronics and spooky decorations for your family to walk through and get into the Halloween spirit. TIP: It is also close to Kiwi’s Haunted House to pair for a night of fun!

Spooky Strathma’s Sideshow Spectacular
October 13-31 (Tues to Sat) | Strathcona County Museum & Archives has been overrun by a circus of creepy curiosities including garish ghouls, peculiar exhibits, and enigmatic displays. Admission is free to this mind-bending experience.

Sparrows Haunted Halloween
October 14 & 15, 20-22 & 26-31 | Sparrows Haunted Halloween is an annual backyard Halloween Haunt in Sherwood Park. They are “Haunting for Hunger” so bring your donation for the Strathcona Food Bank and enjoy this scary walk-through and pirate treasure hunt for the kids.

Delwood Kingdom of Lost Souls Haunted House
October 20-22, 27 – 29 & 31 | A whole host of volunteers and scare actors devote several months each year to creating this hair-raising scare experience built on the Delwood Community Rink. The whole family can enjoy less scares during Family Night on October 20 or the early low scare time every other night.

Clarkdale Creepshow
October 20 & 21 (Non-scary) and October 27, 28 & 31 | The Clarkdale Creepshow is a spooky residence in Sherwood Park offering up Halloween fun for younger ghosts and ghouls on October 21 & 22 and a “Cabin of Creatures” scare experience for the older kids on October 27, 28 & 31.

Howll’een Manor in Fort Saskatchewan
October 27, 28, 29 & 31 | This family-built haunt experience includes actors, moving props and a new layout each year! Admission is a donation to the Fort Saskatchewan Food Bank on days leading up to Halloween, and $5 each on Halloween Day.

Lago Lindo Haunted Hall
October 28 & 29 | Test your bravery on October 28 & 29 with this free all-ages experience put on by the 191 Dragons Scouts and Lago Lindo Community League – food bank donations encouraged.

Family Halloween Haunt in Devon
October 28 | A PG rated Family Halloween Haunt with interactive Halloween station games, a spooky reading with the Library, and Mystica Entertainment providing DJ services

The Walking Dead House – Stony Plain
October 28 | The Walking Dead House is back in an all-new location for 2023, now hosted by the Town of Stony Plain and Parkland Search & Rescue! Enjoy it one-day only during a full day of free Halloween fun including cookie decorating, photo ops, ax throwing, fishing for treats, and Halloween movies. Choose from 2 haunted house paths – family-friendly or spooktacular (recommended 8+).

Nightmare on Athapaskan
October 28 & 29 | Leduc is where you’ll find this haunted house experience featuring an all new theme for 2022 – The Market of Iniquity. Enjoy “no scare” with the lights on from 5-6 pm, or visit from 6-10 pm for the full bone-chilling experience!

Eerie Experiences for the Older Kids

September 29 to November 4 | With live monsters and gruesome props, you are guaranteed to be genuinely scared at each of the three Deadmonton Haunted House experiences. Recommended for ages 12 and up.

DARK: Fort Edmonton Park
Thursdays to Saturdays October 6 – October 28, 2023 & Sunday, October 29 | Recommended for ages 14+, this series of three terrifying displays lets you experience the streets and midway of Fort Edmonton Park from a whole new perspective. The event includes roving entertainment and special themed food and beverage service.

Spruce Ridge Scare
Friday through Sunday from October 13 – 29 + October 30 & 31 | This walk-thru haunted house in Spruce Grove is proud to be family built, with all proceeds going to support the Parkland Food Bank. Recommended for 10 and up.

Integra Tire Haunted Shop in Fort Saskatchewan
October 14 |
Fort Saskatchewan has a brand new scare experience, perfect for ages 12+, or the brave younger set! Visit Integra Tire for the 1st Annual Haunted Shop and kids activities in support of the Fort Saskatchewan Food Bank.

Carnage Caverns
October 21, 22, 27 & 28 | Get your scare on in Fort Saskatchewan at Carnage Caverns! This annual event in support of charity promises a horror-filled experience suitable for older ages, while offering fun and games for the little ones to enjoy next door while you test your wits.

K3 Corn Maze Field of ScreamsOctober 21 & 28 | Can you find your way out of the Corn Maze before the zombies and monsters find you? Character actors will be located throughout the corn maze, adding an element of terror and fun once the sun goes down.

Now! Radio Haunted HouseOctober 26 & 27 | The Now! Radio Haunted House is back for it’s 8th year, filling the parking lot with spooky scenes and terrifying live actors. Recommended for ages 10 and up.

For other great Halloween Events and Activities, check out our Spooktacular Halloween Events Guide.