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Omaha's Best Haunted Houses, Farm Fun & More This Weekend!

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The official start to the Fall Season is here and there are a ton of seasonal things to do well until Winter arrives. From pumpkin picking, apple picking and Fall Festivals, to the spooky stuff like Haunted Houses, Spook Walks and Haunted Escape Games, there's an endless amount of fun to be had this weekend here in Omaha! Make the most out of the first Fall weekend by checking out some of the fun that's taking place!

Scary Acres
Omaha, NE
Open Friday 9/22, Saturday 9/23, Sunday 9/24 and 28 other dates
Scary Acres - The Ultimate Haunted Attractions Over 20 acres of terror including: Master’s Castle, House on the Hill and Haunted Woods.
Camp Fear Riverwest Park
Omaha, NE
Open Friday 9/22, Saturday 9/23 and 29 other dates
What happens when a peaceful summer park and campground lapses to evil in the fall? Camp Fear happens!!!!! And it has the most unique and intense Halloween attractions in Nebraska.
Haunted Hollow
La Vista, NE
Open Friday 9/22, Saturday 9/23 and 33 other dates
Haunted Hollow has the most attractions for your admission than anyone in the city or the area. This year there will be more than twenty things to do.
Roca Scary Farm Haunted Manor
Roca, NE
Open Saturday 9/23 and 13 other dates
Sinister Circus: Our Ringmaster guides you through a tour of Lurking Clowns and Circus Freaks. The Psycho Path: A 20-minute walk across an old bridge into a ghoul-ridden woods.
Vala's Pumpkin Patch and Fall Festival
Gretna, NE
Open Friday 9/22, Saturday 9/23, Sunday 9/24 and 37 other dates
With over 50 attractions and activities at Vala's Pumpkin Patch, plan to spend most of your day exploring all the farm has to offer.
Ranch of Terror
Papillion, NE
Open Friday 9/22, Saturday 9/23, Sunday 9/24 and 15 other dates
Any night is a good night to visit the Ranch of Terror - come join us for the most thrilling, spine-tingling horror experience in the Omaha area.

       

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