Great Haunted Spots for Date Night and Teens
Haunted Field of Screams – Thornton
10451 McKay Road, Thornton CO 80233
Ticket prices range from $39.99 – $69.99 and are all-inclusive
Denver Parent enjoyed a visit for our third year in a row, and this time we brought teens along! The experience proved to be terrifying and exciting and didn’t disappoint. Make sure you watch for the muddy fields and the attractions which use strobe lights and smoke if you have a sensitivity. The entry this year is through corn into the area where you purchase tickets and can be scary all on its own. This haunt is definitely made scarier by the location deep in a cornfield. There are also two escape rooms (which proved to be challenging), carnival games, drinks, and snacks! This makes a great date night!
Fear stalks the night at the Haunted Field of Screams this season. Family owned and with more than 30 acres of haunted cornfield, fear stalks the night at the Haunted Field of Screams, Colorado’s largest haunted attraction offers four contrasting interactive haunt attractions for one ticket price. With the purchase of your ticket you’ll experience all four attractions – Condemned, Zombie Paintball Massacre, Dead Man’s Maze, and CarnEvil in the Corn.
13th Floor – Denver
3400 E. 52nd Ave. Denver, CO 80216
Ticket prices range from $19.99 to $99.99 (range includes date and up to a Platinum VIP experience)
This is the first year Denver Parent attended this experience and we were impressed. The haunted experience is very well done and realistic with creative applications of the theme. The attractions can be physically challenging and include strobe lights, smoke, and uneven and challenging floors (balance issues could be a problem). They have also added some escape rooms which are short (five minutes) but challenging and high quality.
The largest haunted house in the Denver are, it includes three attractions under one roof: Half Alive, Trick or Treat, and The Possession. New this year are escape rooms and the Shriek easy bar!
City of the Dead and The Asylum – Denver
6100 E. 39th Ave, Denver, CO 80207
General Admission ticket prices vary by date from $19.99 to $33.99 depending on date
This is the first year Denver Parent visited this attraction and we loved it! The attraction is easy to get to at the Mile High Flea Market and simple to navigate. The haunted sites are great and even include full-scale cars and other spooky installations! This is the first year the Asylum is at this location, so it doubles the fun and the screams.
City of the Dead: Enjoy your travels through City of the Dead, known for being a forgotten area filled with decay and filth. Few still inhabit this town, and those who do are hardly alive. Make your way through the streets as you encounter hordes of the living dead. Can you stomach the dismay long enough to survive? Or will you become one of the undead who roam the streets?
The Asylum: Welcome to The Asylum, filled with deranged patients who are harmless compared to the twisted reality they live in. Luckily for you, guests are encouraged to explore the grounds and the many recreational amenities to put your mind at ease during your stay. However, we must warn you that guests are advised to stay in-bounds of the facility, or risk being lost in the abyss of The Asylum’s most delusional patients. Will you fall victim and be the visitor who has wandered too far?
Anderson Farms Zombie Paintball and Terror in the Corn – Erie
6728 County Rd. 3 1/4 Erie, CO
$27-$75 depending on which attractions and if you buy the speed pass.
Zombie Paintball Hunt and Terror in the Corn which is Colorado’s only haunted hayride and ghost town experience. Our 30-minute three-part haunt is one you won’t soon forget. This is not in the maze and you will not get lost.
Elitch Gardens Fright by Night – Denver,
2000 Elitch Circle Denver, CO 80204
Ticket prices vary from $15 – $70
When night falls, Fright by Night begins! Starting at 6 p.m. on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.Fright Fest will come alive with the gory trappings of fear. Prepare to be scared in the park’s haunted attractions Big Top Freaks, No Vacancy, and Séance. Guests will find flesh- hungry clowns, zombies, and monsters of all kinds lurking around every corner of these multi-sensory experiences.
The Frightmare Compound – Westminster
10798 Yukon St, Westminster, CO 80021
Tickets range from $27.99 – $49.99
The Frightmare Compound located in Westminster, Colorado was the first Denver haunted house. Founded in 1983 by master mind Brad Holder, he obsessively constructed and created Colorado’s scariest haunted house for over 16 years before he fell fatally ill. Brad is said to be buried somewhere in the deepest caverns of the haunted house.
Reaper’s Hollow & Dead End Motel – Parker
Across the street from Target and WalMart in Parker at 11321 Dransfeldt Rd., Parker, CO 80134
Reaper’s Hollow: Will you be brave enough to enter the shack and survive over a half-mile trek through the ghoulish cornfield and terrifying woods? And the Dead End Motel: While visiting Reapers Hollow come stay at the recently renovated and modernized, family owned and operated Dead End Motel. New this year is Goblin’s Grove!
Halloween Haunts and Corn Mazes for Younger Ones
Maize in the City – Thornton
10451 McKay Road, Thornton, CO 80233
Tickets $9-$12. free for adults and grandparents. Admission to the playground and corn kernel box are free. Group pricing for schools and other organizations are available.
The Crazed Corn Maze is a 20-acre maze that is fun for all ages.
The mini maze is a smaller maze perfect for young children. Parents and grandparents are welcome to accompany their children through this maze for free.
Visitors are welcome to pick their own unique pumpkin from the pumpkin field. Choose from the 20+ variety of locally grown, harvested pumpkins and gourds. Pony rides, petting zoo, jumping castle, barrel train ride, corn launcher, face painters and other attractions are open on select weekend dates in October.
The site is pet friendly.
Elitch Gardens “Family by Day” – Denver
2000 Elitch Circle Denver, CO 80204
Ticket prices vary
Family by Day festivities invade the park from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. Little ghosts and goblins can enjoy Free Candy on the Trick-or-Treat Trail and partake in several Halloween themed interactive challenges. Other activities for kiddos include a costume contest, creepy coloring and best scream contest. Learn more via their website
Anderson Farms Corn Maze — Erie
6728 County Rd. 3¼, Erie.
$16 -$18, free age three and under.
The maze is divided into four sections; you can complete one section or all four! With your punch card that includes a photograph and a map of the maze you can find the 18 checkpoints (but you can exit the maze at any time). Farm Scene Tracks is designed for children ages 2-8 years old. This year it can be found in the North West corner of the lower field, above the word HEROES. Other activities include mini-pumpkin launching and wagon rides to a pumpkin patch.
Corn Maze at Chatfield Farms — Littleton
8500 W. Deer Creek Canyon Rd., Littleton.
$9-$14, free age two and under.
Wind your way through seven acres of corn. The maze can be viewed from two 15-foot tall illuminated bridges. Visitors under the age of 10 can explore the corn mini-maze. In an effort to reduce waste, printed maps will not be available at the mazes. The design this year thanks emergency first responders.
Fritzler Corn Maze — La Salle
20861 County Rd. 33, La Salle
$13-$24, free under age two.
Since 2000, The Fritzler Family has welcomed young and old to their farm park! Their iconic corn maze designs only touch the top of the mountain as Fritzler Farm Park offers over 15 attractions during its Fall Festival events. Discover the Pumpkin Patch, Pedal Go Carts, Barrel Coaster, and Pumpkin Blasters and more!
Mile High Farms Corn Maze — Bennett
11 Cavanaugh Rd., Bennett.
$10-$14, free age three and under.
Tickets include two corn mazes, hayride to the pumpkin patch, play areas, farm animal visits, and barrel cart rides.