It’s officially fall you guys. And while I’m all about putting on the flannel and drinking a pumpkin beer. I’m also all about Halloween. And one of my favorite spooky season activities is heading to one of the haunted houses in Greenville, SC.
Because we have several haunted attractions, including one of the scariest haunted houses in the United States (looking at you Nightmare Dungeon).
So, the question really is, what’s your attraction of choice? Do you want to take a scary walk through the woods? Or make your way through a haunted farmhouse? Below are nine of my favorite haunted houses in the Greenville, SC area.
20+ Things to Do in Greenville, SC in Fall
Haunted Attractions in the Greenville, SC Area
Powdersville, SC | Sept. 16 – Nov. 5 | Open Everyday | $30
Make your way through a 120+ year old farmhouse with over 40 horror scenes and real actors. Plus it’s been named one of the scariest haunted house attractions in the United States.
Madworld Haunted Attractions
Piedmont, SC | Sept. 9 – Nov. 5 | Open Fridays & Saturdays, Sundays in Oct., & Oct. 27 – Oct. 31 | $35
This haunted house and trail has been recognized as the best haunted house in Greenville SC and the best haunted house in South Carolina. It’s also my personal favorite. Plus there’s non-scary attractions like mini golf, games, and axe throwing as well.
The Fear Farm
Blacksburg, SC | Sept. 30 – Oct. 31 | Open Fridays & Saturdays, Oct. 23, Oct. 30, & Oct. 31 | $28
There are 5 haunted attractions at the Fear Farm like The Abyss where you’ll navigate your way through a series of tight twists and turns in complete darkness…while hoping you don’t run into anyone or anything that might have taken up residence inside The Abyss. In addition to the haunted attractions there’s live music, escape rooms, carnival games, mini-golf, and more!
Booger Jim’s Hollow
Blacksburg, SC | Sept. 23 – Oct. 31 | Open Fridays & Saturdays, Oct. 23, Oct. 30, & Oct. 31 | $25
Experience 3 scary experiences – the Clown House, the Doll House, and the Haunted Trail – at this haunted attraction that’s all about the legend of Booger Jim.
Nightmare Hollow Haunted Trail
Spartanburg, SC | Sept. 23 – Oct. 31 | Open Fridays & Saturdays, Sundays starting Oct. 16., & Oct. 28 – Oct. 31 | $25 (cash only)
This 30 minute trail begins in a haunted farmhouse before venturing out into the Hollow. Opens at dark.
Sweet Dreams Scare House
Easley, SC | Sept. 16 – Nov. 5 | Open Fridays & Saturdays, Oct. 26 – Oct. 31 | $25
Sweet Dreams Scare House is a terrifying 1/4 mile indoor & outdoor haunted attraction featuring screams, howls, maniacal laughter, crazed cannibals, and even a house run by a deviant Dollface.
Asylum on Pine Knoll Drive
Easley, SC | Sept. 30 – Oct. 30 | Open Fridays & Saturdays & Oct. 30 | $30
Enter the Asylum and prepare to be scared by clowns, complete with 3D glasses (provided) so that you can experience this haunted attraction in a whole new way.
Frightwood Haunted Farm
Moore, SC | Sept. 10 – Nov. 6 | Open Thursdays-Saturdays | $15
Frightwood Haunted Farm claims to bring you haunted trails, scary creatures, and thrilling fall entertainment.
Clinton, SC | Sept. 30 – Oct. 31 | Open Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays & Oct. 31 | $15 (cash only)
I don’t have a lot of information on this one, but I’m assuming it’s a walk through a haunted forest complete with actors and attractions to make it a scary one.