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2020 Halloween & Haunted Events in the Inland Empire
Inland empire halloween haunted houses, mazes, trunk or treats.
Halloween Fair – 13276 East End Ave (10/24 from 11-4PM)
Put on your costume and come out to the Halloween Día De Muertos Fair! Music, Food, Desserts, Handcrafted Items, Candles, Costumes, Accessories, Horseback Riding, Pony rides and More! Remember to bring a face mask, FREE ADMISSION and PARKING AVAILABLE
Harvest of Horrors Corn Maze – 14861 Ramona Ave
The Haunted Shoppes – (The Shoppes at Chino Hills)- 13920 City Center Drive
Chino Hill’s Haunted Shoppe is a walkthrough 3D haunted attraction located in the Shoppes at Chino Hills. At The Haunted Shoppe you will come face-to-face with the creepiest sights and scariest creatures that will be sure to keep you up at night. Where your wildest nightmares come to life!
This petrifying adventure is certain to give you chills and thrills. The Haunted Shoppe has surprises around every corner as its inhabitants are just dying to meet you!
Halloweekend: Treat Trail – (Corona City Hall) 400S. Vicentia Avenue
Our trick free “Treat Trail” will include an array of Halloween-themed entertainment, costumed characters, decorations, and fun goodies, as well as take home activities. Booth hosts include Library and Recreation Services, Corona PD, Corona Fire, OBCTheater, Crossroads Christian Church, Friends of the Corona Library, and more!
Date: October 24th 2020 5-8PM
Autumn Haunt: Virtual Art Challenge – (Corona Art Association)
The second theme is… Haunted Houses! Here we encourage you to create a 3D haunted house, but 2D is perfectly fine as well. Some ideas: make a birdhouse haunted, create a haunted gingerbread cottage, build and decorate any haunted house from any material, or sculpt one. Don’t let this limit your creativity, if the theme inspires you in a different direction, go with it. As before, your medium is your choice. Entries are due by 5pm on Friday October 30th. Cost $10 (or $15 for both themes. CNSUD area K-12 students free). Limit 2 entries per person.
Haunted Hayride & Haunted Trail – (Greenspot Farms) 10133 Ward Ave
The taunting old farmer is back with his twisted family for thirteen nights of horror to reclaim what is “THEIRS!” They haunt the ravines, orchards, and lonely winding roads searching for others, (YOU) to entertain them. While waiting for your ride sip on a cup of coffee or hot cider and warm yourself by our fire. It may be the last bit of comfort you will ever get! Let the Terror on the Farm begin!!!! We have taken you down dark winding roads and into the orchards filled with haunting screams. No more safe confines for the tractor wagons this year. “The Trail” will take you deep into the farm where you will be alone except for the creepy crawlers. Can you find your way back through the rustling rush and tall looming trees? Or will you find yourself in the arms of the farms darkest creature, the ones that keep you awake at night?
Dates: October 15th thru November 1st, from 7-10PM. Tickets $12-30.
Halloween Trunk or Treat – (Flea Bags Dog Wash & Grooming) 24443 Sunnymead Blvd.
Come out for food , games for kids, raffles, doggie costume contest, and Trunk or Treat there will be prizes and so much more
The Dreich Society (Home Haunt)- 1130 E. Highland
Halloween at SCRM (Southern California Railway Museum) – 2201 S. “A” Street
For Halloween SCRM will be featuring family friendly decorations on our trains and trolleys, and visitors can enjoy Halloween themed music on our mainline train rides. Test out your spooky or creative costumes at the Museum as you participate in our special Halloween Themed Photo Scavenger Hunt or Chalk Art Contest for a chance to win some prizes. Entry to Chalk Art Contest – $1 (includes chalk)
CRM will be open for regular operations on October 31 st , 2020. Admission to the grounds is free, train and trolley ride prices are $12 for adults and $8 for children – visit our Weekend Rides page for more information on Weekend Ride Tickets.
Halloween Drive-Thru – At Rialto Ave. between Lilac Ave. and Willow Ave.
A Free Experience Trick or Treating Safely From Your Car! Vehicles must enter the event at the intersection of Rialto Ave. & Cactus Ave. to receive a gift bag full of treats!
First come first serve while supplies last. One gift bag per child. Child must be present. Attendees must stay in their vehicles and wear a face covering. Trunks should be cleared & open for quick loading.
Date: October 31st from 11AM to 2PM.
“ Drive-Thru Trick or Treat “ – (Inland Empire Contemporary Ballet) 2050 E. La Cadena, Suites E & F
top by for a family friendly & safe event! Sponsored by the City of Riverside, Open to Riverside residents ages 2+. There will be individual prepared candy bags for kids. Simply drive through and request a bag! Children must be present to receive a bag. Teal bags will be present for those with peanut & tree nut allergies! With a special appearance by Miss Riverside City & Miss Riverside City’s Outstanding Teen! Absolutely free & open until the candy is all gone! Cars, trucks, vans, jeeps & minivans welcome. For the safety of our staff & the general public, you must remain in your vehicle at all times. *No RV’s, Buses*
Date: October 31st 6PM
Ghost Golf – (Castle Park) 3500 Polk Street
Ghost Golf Experience Value: Mini Golf: $8.99. CarnEVIL games: $6. Snack Voucher: $4.60. Sales Tax: $.40 Trail of Terror: FREE.
Dates: Running weekends starting from October 2nd thru October 31st
Ghost Walk Riverside – Zoom
California Riverside Ballet is excited to present the 29th annual Ghost Walk Riverside this October, although the event may look and feel very different. For the first time in the event’s history, you can enjoy Ghost Walk Riverside from home. Each tour will still begin with a dazzling dance presentation from Danzanna Dance Productions and include a series of hauntingly spooky stories to get you in the Halloween spirit.
Tours are new each year and no two have ever been alike. This event has the esteemed reputation for attracting artists from various areas, making a truly exceptional collaboration. Writers, storytellers, actors, musicians, and vocalists all take part in a display of talent and craft. WeWe are excited to welcome back King, Poly, and North High Schools from Riverside, CA as our tour presenters. Tours will be presented via Zoom meeting with three tours and three tour times to choose from each night of the event.
Dracula (Rated G)
Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (Rated PG
Haunting of Hill House (Rated PG)
Dates: October 23rd & 24th, times from 6-9PM. Tickets: $15
Caitlin Manor Haunted House – 6880 Caitlin Street
A very popular home haunt! Open October 30th & 31st from 6PM – 1AM.
Halloween Candy Drive-Thru (Lytle Creek Community Center) 380 S. K St.
Stop by Lytle Creek Community Center October 30 at 3:30pm for our Halloween Candy Drive-thru Experience! We will be having a Grab n Go candy bag pick up. There will be a variety of different vendors for the kids in the community to get candy bags from. Child must be present in the car at pick up. Click “Going” to plan the amount of candy bags needed Halloween Candy Drive-thru Experience will be held at Lytle Creek Community Center located at 380 S. K St., San Bernardino.
Date: Friday, October 30, 2020 3:30pm – 5:00pm While supplies last
County Line Fright presents The Asylum, 4,000 square feet and 13 rooms of fright!
The County Line Asylum is known as one of the most notorious asylums on the west coast. The horrifying stories that have come from inside these walls are enough to make your skin crawl. When the asylum goes dark…The patients come alive!
The only way to escape this terrifying nightmare is through the belly of the beast. As you make your way through the underground basement, you will see and experience things that have you questioning your own sanity. Will you be sane enough to make it out alive, or will the County Line Asylum become your new home!?
Dates: Opening October 2nd and running every Friday & Saturday (in October) from 6pm-11pm! Tickets: $17
Southern California Haunted Houses and Mazes
Drive-thru Halloween haunt. Guests will enjoy in the safety of their own vehicle a drive-thru where scare seekers will experience immersive story-telling and terrifying sets. Guests will be entertained by live performances through-out their drive, plus experience 4 interactive show zones and an immersive show of lights, sound, special effects and monsters will come alive.
The 17th Door Haunt Experience -1851 W. Orangethorpe
We return once more to Perpetuum Penitentiary and the torturous story of our Paula. After accepting responsibility for the vicious murder of her son, Lincoln, Paula now seeks atonement for past sins. Even after months of intense labor, strengthening her body and mind, Paula has repeatedly failed in appealing to the Prison’s sinister Warden for freedom. It’s not enough. It’s never enough.Her work must continue.
At Perpetuum, a new circle of hell has taken root. Courtesy of Vixi Labs, and by the Warden’s decree, all Prison treatment facilities will now be powered by revolutionary Vixi-technology. Operated by vile and sadistic engineers, their unorthodox methods for treating evils of humanity have hit new levels of depravity. They are enjoying every minute.
Will you join Paula in her fight for redemption? Or will you succumb to the madness? Will you cry Mercy or will you emerge from Perpetuum changed and “FEARLESS”?
Your entryway to the defunct Midnight “Drive-In” Theater is All Hallows Lane, a creepy stretch of road straight out of any horror movie. This sets the stage as you brace yourself for the ultimate theatrical drive-in horror experience! Rising from the dead is Horror Movie Host, Monte Revolta, to assume management of the theater. With the help of his Minions of the Living Dead, they will bring the latest and gravest in terrifying sights and sounds to life as they host Monte Revolta’s Monster Movie Spooktacular featuring original content as well as creepy short films from (shh, tba).
Dates: Open select nights from now until 11/1. Tickets starting at $50/car
Welcome to Hellfest- 14300 Little Tujunga Canyon Rd
Welcome To Hellfest. Experience a realm where two worlds collide, music meets horror. Suffer in terror through 2 all new, original mazes bringing monsters from the dead through the dark shadows and depths of hell. If you survive, feel the vibrations stemmed from our slaying DJ’s and killer performances. * MAZES * SCARE ZONES * DJS * CUISINES * TIKI BARS * R.I.P. SCARE TRAIL * GIVEAWAYS & much more!
Open: October 22-24, 30-31 from 7-Midnight. $55-105
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