As summer turns to fall, the Halloween season is right around the corner. If you’re looking for something to do to get you in the spirit near our Redmond apartments, we have you covered. Check out these haunted houses near Redmond for a fun, spooky time.
You'll feel like you're in the middle of a horror movie when you visit Stalker Farms. They have several haunting attractions, like the Slasher Family Homestead, Pogo's Funny Farm, and the Scarecrow's Challenge. You can also try out Pot Shot Paintball, where you shoot "zombies" who are invading the cornfield with paintballs. They will be offering a beer garden with craft beer and wine, and partial proceeds will benefit NW Honey Bee Habitat Restoration, a 501c3 non-profit foundation. Plus, you enjoy a carnival experience at The Midway, where they offer unique food vendors, carnival-style games, and live entertainment.
The Haunted Forest of Maple Valley is a must-see for anyone looking for chills and thrills. It’s home to a mile-long indoor/outdoor trek through spooky haunted woods. The event benefits several charities this year, such as local youth groups like Girl Scouts of Western Washington. There are tickets available for every weekend in October.
It doesn't get any creepier than visiting a haunted house in a morgue! This 3-story building was originally built in 1928 as a mortuary and has passed through several owners. The Georgetown Morgue brings horror to life with their haunted house. There are tickets available for every weekend through November 6th.
When you're looking for a scary good time, make sure you check out these spooktacular haunted houses near Redmond this year. And for a quick, delicious dinner, you can stop by one of many delicious local food trucks.
If you'd like to become a resident of our amazing community here at Parkside, contact us. Our leasing team will be happy to schedule a tour just for you.
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