Colder days, pumpkins, and eerie weather bring on the Halloween season in the great Pacific Northwest. If you’re looking for a good fright to welcome the season, venture out to get spooked at Snohomish County’s top haunted houses of 2021.

Offering festive fun and plenty of spooks, these haunted houses know how to bring the scare. Whether you are looking for a thrilling nighttime fright or a family-friendly haunted house welcoming children, check out some of the best haunted houses around, now running through October.

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Spend an evening at the Nile Nightmare haunted house in Mountlake Terrace. Photo courtesy: Nile Nightmare

Nile Nightmares Haunted House

6601 244th Street SW
Mountlake Terrace

October 1-31
7-11 p.m. Friday-Saturday
7-10 p.m. Sundays (including Halloween)

Venture out at your own risk to Nile Nightmares Haunted House, where the decade of doom is sure to give you a good fright. Get spooked with this fright-inducing house, featuring three chilling escape rooms, a 3D circus, slaughterhouse, and more creepy attractions waiting to give you the ultimate scare. Get your tickets today online or at the door to take part in all of this year’s spectacular activities. This haunted house offers a covered queue line and concession area featuring artist and vendor booths in a spooky environment.

General admission starts at $25 per person, with group rates of $20 for parties of 20 or more and $10 for children. Make the most of your experience and snag a VIP fast pass for $35 to skip ahead to the front of the line. All three five-minute escape rooms are reasonably priced at $5.

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Hang out among the clowns at Stalker Farms. Photo courtesy: Stalker Farms

Bring the family to this year’s special event, Family Funfest, on Saturday, October 23, from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. Adults get admitted free by purchasing a child’s ticket. This low-scare event is family-friendly and all about having a good time. Bring your appetite for carnival treats and a food truck offering delicious bites without the fright. Whether you are looking for the scare of your life or an afternoon with the family, head out to Nile Nightmares Haunted House for an exciting, spooky experience.

Stalker Farms

8705 Marsh Road

October 2-31
7-10 p.m. Friday-Sunday

Featuring the original haunted corn trails in Washington state, stop at Stalker Farms in Snohomish for an eerie good time. With original storylines, trained actors, custom costumes and talented make-up artists, you will be impressed at the opportunity to delve into horror entertainment far beyond the typical haunted attraction. Stalker Farms places you right in the middle of a horror movie.

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ake a creepy walk if you dare through the haunted corn maze at Stalker Farms in Snohomish. Photo courtesy: Stalker Farms

Voted the number one fan-voted must-see haunted attractions in Washington, this is no ordinary haunted house. Offering a nighttime corn maze, campfire rentals, clown shot paintball, a scarecrow challenge, Pogo’s Funny Farm, the Slasher Family Homestead, and a beer garden, there is so much to see at Stalker Farms this Halloween season.

Purchase tickets online, starting at $17.95 if you buy a flash sale ticket, good through October 17.  Regular admission rates begin at $26.95, beginning October 18, including access to two haunted attractions, several activities, and the beer garden. View an online breakdown for full pricing details.

Also, check out the limited dates for no-scare night, safe for the family. The haunted corn trails are recommended for ages 12 and older. Spend an evening getting thrilled at the amazing festivities happening this year at Stalker Farms.

Thomas Family Farm

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Check out the eerie clowns found at Thomas Family Farm in Snohomish. Photo courtesy: Thomas Family Farm

9010 Marsh Road

October 1-30
6 p.m.-midnight Fridays
7 p.m.-midnight Saturdays

Featuring spooky night activities at this daytime pumpkin patch, Thomas Family Farm offers some of the most unique haunted attractions. Featuring the first and only Haunted Hayride in Washington, it’s no wonder this is one of the most popular attractions.

Take a ride through the haunted fields of Thomas Family Farm while enjoying the thrill of a haunted house. Due to safety restrictions, no child aged five or under is allowed on the ride, and a suggested age of 12+ is recommended for this frightening attraction.

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Get spooked at the haunted corn maze at Thomas Family Farm in Snohomish. Photo courtesy: Thomas Family Farm

Also, check out the Nightmare on 9th Haunted House, a great compliment to the Zombie Paintball Ride. Bring your own flashlight for the Flashlight Corn Maze, where it’s easy to get lost in the haunted fields at night. Thomas Family Farm is also offering a unique nighttime pumpkin patch, lighting up all the pumpkins so you can select your favorite. Go online for admission and pricing information. When looking for a shocking night of frightful fun, be sure to check out Thomas Family Farm.

Get ready for the spookiest delights with Snohomish County’s top haunted houses during the month of October. Prepare to get a good fright because these are no ordinary haunted attractions. Offering only the best frights and delights this year, you won’t be disappointed with any of these haunted houses right in Snohomish County.

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