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We're creeping up on the end of October and there is still a ton of frightening fun taking place this weekend. From traditional Haunted Houses infested with creepy creatures of all kinds, to eerie trails where the mad monsters reside, and attractions where you can take on the undead, AmarilloHauntedHouses.com has you covered!

Our site also features family-friendly fun for those of all ages. This includes Fall Festivals, Corn Mazes, Pumpkin Patches, Hay Rides, Not-So-Scary Haunted Houses, and more!

After visiting a haunted attraction, be sure to come back and visit https://www.amarillohauntedhouses.com to leave the haunt a review and rating. This will help the attraction be in the running to win the 2023 Haunt of the Year!

       

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The Blackness Haunted House
Plainview, TX
Open Friday and Saturday
The legend of 'The Blackness' started in the late 1950's with a hideously deformed warehouse worker named Dominique. 'Dom' worked night and day to repair the mechanical workings of the produce facility , but because of his condition, he couldn't keep up.
Amarillo Scaregrounds
Amarillo, TX
Open Friday and Saturday
Brave five heart-pounding attractions, all at one great location! There's Insanitarium, Terror, The Basement, Blackout Maze, and Zombie Apocalypse.
Maxwell's Pumpkin Farm
Amarillo, TX
Open Saturday and Sunday
Maxwell's Pumpkin Farm is the ultimate family fun destination in West Texas! In the fall, stroll through our sunflower fields, corn maze & pick out the perfect pumpkin.
Nightmare on 19th Street
Lubbock, TX
Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday
With 4 different attractions, which will become your worst nightmare? Dead Doll Island Blood Moon Manor The Wastelands Clowntown 3D