The Haunted Drive claims to be “the deadliest drive you’ll ever take” with scary creatures and haunts around every turn of the 1.5 mile themed experience in Cleveland. Tickets to the Haunted Drive are $35 per vehicle and the event takes place every weekend in October.
Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights and Disney’s Halloween festivities aren’t the only scares happening in Orlando. The Haunted Road is a 40-minute drive-thru experience that will have you seeing ghosts like Haley Joel Osment in The Sixth Sense. Happening through November on select nights, the event costs between $16 to $31, depending on the day.
Yaphank, New York
Gateway’s Haunted Playhouse’s drive-thru attraction, Campers’ Pike, is sure to be a real scream if you’re a fan of creepy camp movies like Friday the 13th. Tickets for the 30-minute drive are available Oct. 7 through Halloween for $54, which includes up to six people per car. Plus, half of ticket proceeds goes to The Performing Arts Center of Suffolk County.
Hillsdale, New Jersey
For something a little less spooky, you’ll want to check out the Halloween Light Show at Demarest Farms in Hillsdale. In this drive-thru experience, you’ll get to see 32 acres of Halloween light displays that everyone can enjoy, plus you can visit the market for farm treats. The light show is happening select nights in October, with tickets at $35 each.
Want to get your car washed during your haunted drive-thru? If yes, don’t miss the Tunnel of Terror in Anaheim. As you journey through the tunnel, you’ll come face to face with different creepy performers ready to surprise you. The Tunnel of Terror is happening select nights Oct. 7 through Oct. 31 starting at $25.
Fox River Grove, Illinois
The Mack Manor haunted drive-thru in Fox River Grove is totally free to visit throughout October, making this Halloween light display perfect for anyone looking for a budget-friendly haunt for their entire boo crew. Make sure to keep an eye on its Facebook page to check when the gates will be open daily.
The Lonesome Valley Farms in Pennsylvania has a haunted drive-thru experience happening Fridays and Saturdays in October. The Valley of Terror is just $10 per person or $40 per vehicle (cash only), and is full of scary scenes and characters you can see from your car. Drive-thru concessions are also available for purchase so you can treat yourself after getting tricked.
Oxford, North Carolina
At the Granville Haunt Farm in Oxford, you’ll drive through a movie screen while scary movies come to life all around you. If you’ve ever wondered if you could survive a horror film, now is your chance to see if that’s true. The contact-free event is open Fridays and Saturdays in October and prices range from $10 for one person in a vehicle to $25 for vehicles with three to four passengers.
Visit South Florida’s first-ever haunted drive-thru attraction, The Horrorland. This spooky experience, located in the Aventura Mall parking lot, has six different passages and themed terrors that guests can experience. Tickets start are $49 per vehicle, so get your tickets ASAP for select nights through Halloween.