Updated for 2022
For many families, October is all about Halloween, and there are many ways to celebrate. One of the perks of living in LA is that there are more creative and talented people here than anywhere else, so we get to see the coolest decorations and haunted houses all over town.
Here’s a list of amazing Halloween decorations you can see driving around SoCal in 2022. Make a point this year to get out there and see as many of them as you can.
If you’re looking for Haunted Houses, just be sure to check if they’re open this year and whether they might be too scary for your little ones. Happy Halloween!
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Haunted Houses in SoCal
Reader-submitted places to see
- Toluca Woods, Sancola Ave / Huston St, 4848 Sancola Ave, North Hollywood, CA 91601
- 8039 Grove Street Sunland CA 91040
- McLaughlin Ave between Venice Blvd and Palms in Mar Vista 90066 – tons of inflatables and amazing decorations
- For those who like to get scared, maybe try out the Ghost Tour – looks spooky!
- Goldenrod Ave. Perris, CA 92570
- 999 Happy Haunts LA is also on IG – See it at 3552 Prospect Ave in La Crescenta
- 2541 Silverspur, La Habra 90631 – Home with amazing inflatables, light show, graveyard, and animatronics – check it out!
Five Point Haunt ( Yard Display )
26949 Winding Trail Ct, Valencia 91381
This unique yard display is filled with spooky spirts such as Isabella, the young girl who doesn’t want to wake her mother from her grave because she’s been sleeping a looong time. You will also find a merry-go-round with creepy clowns, haunted graveyard, possessed dolls, and more. Lost souls haunt within the house too, come visit and you might see someone lurking from the living room. Formerly known as ‘Stoney Point’ Haunt, now located behind Magic Mountain in the Five Point community. Visit September 23rd through October 31st, from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm each night.
Rotten Apple 907
907 N. California St., Burbank, CA 91505
Rotten Apple 907 is a family and community-based haunted house experience. It started off as a child’s birthday party, and now more than 30 years later, has become an annual tradition for many families. Rotten Apple 907 is a non-profit event. Donations are gratefully accepted and in prior years have been presented to VBAS (Volunteers of Burbank Animal Shelter). Be sure to check the website for the most current information regarding dates and times.
The Haunted Shack
5112 Maricopa St., Torrance, CA
This residence in Torrance is a popular Halloween destination.Families are offered free admission to explore this haunted maze (which usually takes about 6-8 minutes to navigate). Since 1997, families have been exploring this annual Halloween tradition and creating fun memories. It is free to visit The Haunted Shack, though families are asked to make a “goodwill donation that goes directly to Cancer Support Community, South Bay.” Be sure to check the website for the most current information regarding dates and times as it becomes available.
The Holiday House
3547 McLaughlin Avenue, Los Angeles 90066
Drive into the Mar Vista neighborhood to see this truly astounding front yard display of inflatables and spooky Halloween decor. They’ve been setting up these decorations for years, and they do not disappoint. Special musical shows nightly at 7:00 pm, 8:00 pm, and 9:00 pm. Insider tip: come back in December to see their Christmas and Hanukkah displays as well!
Día De Los Muertos House
860 Buena Vista Ave., La Habra 90631
This home is decorated for Día De Los Muertos, and everything is hand painted. “I started this Ofrenda after my mother passed away. The main Ofrenda has all my family members on my mother’s side of the family from my great grandparents on down. I created a Family, Friends and Neighbors Ofrenda on my garage using magnetic frames to display the pictures. Anyone can add a picture of a loved one to that ofrenda.”
The Haunt With No Name
19351 Hatteras St., Tarzana, CA
The Haunt With No Name has been providing families with 30 years of spookiness! Generally, The Haunt starts at the end of October — the last few days leading up to Halloween — and features a kid-friendly yard haunt that has many decorations and special effects. Be sure to check the website for the most current information regarding this year’s festivities.
This is a huge list of Haunted Houses and cool Halloween decorations with a special scavenger hunt game happening in the month of October. They include Yard Displays, Walk-Throughs, Haunted Shows, Drive-Throughs, and Paid Attractions. You can pick up a printed copy of the list at their retail partners, too.
Bones Gulch Haunted Attraction
Jack Bones Equestrian Center
26983 Tapia Canyon Rd., Caustic, CA
From the creators of Beware the Dark Realm, get ready for Bones Gulch. “Bones Gulch Haunted Attraction is a collaboration of three haunted attractions — Beware the Dark Realm, Restless Souls Manor, and The Farm Haunt.” Families may visit on Saturdays and Sundays throughout October, from 6 pm to 10 pm. On Sunday, October 30th, there will be a daytime, family-friendly, no-scare event. Funds are being raised for the nonprofit LA County Sheriffs Department Museum. Ticket information is available online.
Holiday Fantasies Come to Life
1505 N. Valley St., Burbank, CA 91505
This home in Burbank pulls out all the stops – for all the holidays! The home isn’t decorated to be scary, so it’s especially great for families with younger children. You’ll find animatronic characters, lots of decorations and props, and more. Get the camera out! Check the website for the most current information regarding this year’s festivities.
Catastrophe Cabin Yard Display
1541 Garden St., Glendale, CA 91201
Catastrophe Cabin Yard Display is not really a yard. What you’ll see and experience goes way beyond a “yard.” You’ll feel as if you’ve stepped into a true Halloween world, complete with red lights and spooky things to see all around.
Coffinwood Cemetery Yard Haunt
27159 Waterford Dr., Valencia, CA 91354
Coffinwood Cemetery Yard Haunt is a popular spot to visit in Valencia. Coffinwood Cemetery Yard Haunt offers a walk-through element for families who visit. It is described as “family-friendly,” meaning not too-scary for the little ones, but you know your children best.
Toluca Lake’s 32nd Annual Pumpkin Festival
10601 riverside Dr., North Hollywood, CA 91602
Make plans to visit Toluca Lake’s 32nd Annual Pumpkin Festival. You can pick out a pumpkin (or several) and so much more here. Kids will enjoy the petting zoo, the coin-operated rides, and the haunted maze. Opening day is Monday, September 26th. Ticket information is available online.
2001 N. Raymond Ave., Pasadena, CA
You’ll find Pharaoh’s Hall, a “walk-through Halloween display for the whole family,” in Pasadena. Stop by on October 14-16, October 21-23, and October 28-31 from 7 pm to 10 pm.
5426 E. Fairbrook St., Long Beach, CA 90815
Fairbrook Manor is a hunted house in Long Beach. Families are invited to stop by October 21-23 and October 28-30. Keep in mind, this location might be too scary for the younger members of the family. Also, be sure to contribute some non-perishable items for the community food drive benefitting the Long Beach Rescue Mission.
Circus of Nightmares
Circus of Nightmares features animated displays each night, from October 19th through October 31st, from sunset to 10:00 pm. Live shows are scheduled for October 21, 22, 28, 29, and Halloween. Be sure to check their website; the exact location will be announced closer to the event opening.
Google Map of decorated houses in Glendale
So many ways to celebrate Halloween in Los Angeles!
And don’t forget that the amusement parks do their own Halloween-related activities. Be sure to check out our list of Things to do With Kids in Los Angeles for Halloween.
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