Haunted Houses of Huntington Beach
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Haunted Houses in Huntington Beach to visit on Halloween

Trick or treat! Here are four fun and free haunted houses for you to check out this Halloween. You could spend $$$ at cool Halloween-events like Knott’s Scary Farm, Universal Hollywood Horror Nights, Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor or Mickey’s Halloween Party or you could enjoy the hard work and passion of our very talented Huntington Beach neighbors!


Halloween Midway of Madness Haunted House in Huntington Beach

Pennywise has got nothing on Mike Castro, whose clown-themed Midway of Madness Haunted House in Huntington Beach draws Halloween fans from as far as Mission Viejo. According to Mike: “This year we celebrate our 5th year of the Midway of Madness haunted house in Huntington Beach. I was born October 27th, and have always loved Halloween, so when I bought my first home, I was anxious to go all out.“
Mike continues: “We started small and had so much fun with it, that each year we have made the scare bigger and better. Our theme has always been clown based and we build off that each year. We start building the end of September and usually work right up until show time. I am fortunate to have friends and family members that are willing to help each year and have grown to love the scene as much as I do. The crew of haunters consists of my wife, my daughter, cousins, parents, myself and close friends that volunteer a lot of their time each year to set up and scare for 4 straight hours every night we are open during the Halloween season. My oldest daughter is 10 years old and one of our best haunters.”

Midway of Madness
6612 Cory Drive, Huntington Beach, CA 92647
Open October 21, 27, 28 and 31 from dusk until 10pm

Midway of Madness Haunted House Huntington Beach


Neighbors Jeff and Russell share a love of Halloween. And that’s how they ended up collaborating on the annual Rogers Drive Haunted House, now on its seventh year! This year’s theme is “Dead and Brekfast,” and they will be open one night only, On Halloween, 10/31/17 at 7pm. According to Russell: “What started as pop-up tents and black plastic hanging from paracord to create our maze, has become a full wood-walled house with usually 4-5 rooms/scenes and scares. And every year, it’s something different. Survive all the way through and you get a full-size candy bar. It’s become more and more popular each year.

Rogers Drive Haunted House
October 31 7pm
5551 Rogers Dr.
Huntington Beach
Tip: The Haunted House is off Warner between Springdale and Graham. Enter on Remington and turn right on Rogers.

One night only
October 31
9001 Bermuda Dr
Huntington Beach, CA 92646

Castle House in Huntington Beach

The 15th Annual Earrywood Haunted House will take place Saturday, October 28th and Tuesday, October 31st.
5631 Serene Dr.
Huntington Beach, CA

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