8 Spooktacularly Haunted Hideaways

A woman in a white dress floats effortlessly down the hallway of the Custer House. Unless you are George, don't worry, she's not looking for you. Don't let a few ghosts and goblins stand in your way of fun this Halloween. Get out and get lost in the "spirits" of the season in North Dakota.

Haunted Fort

"They" say that Libbie Custer still wanders the grounds of Fort Abraham Lincoln, waiting for her husband and 200 men to return from the Little Bighorn. And she's not afraid to be seen among the buildings at the fort. At this time of year, she is joined by many other "guests," each of them wandering on the grounds in search of ... YOU.

Acres of Terror

Leonard is just outside of Fargo, but it might as well be light years away in terms of the chilling paranormal activity going on at Acres of Terror. A walk through the woods, corn field and old Leonard High School will get your heart racing as you encounter many villains and creatures.

Highway 18 Leonard, ND 58052
Legends of Terror Haunted House

There's more in Grand Forks than hockey. The Legends of Terror Haunted House is enough to frighten even the toughest soul.

2405 Belmont Road Grand Forks, ND 58020
The Shadowlands

North Dakota has its share of haunted places. The website Shadowlands has a list of many places around the state considered occupied by restless spirits. Click here to check it out the stories.

Driscoll Haunted House

The house built during the Great Depression is depressing enough. Add ghosts and goblins and ... well ... you'll have to find out for yourself.

Driscoll, ND
Scream Acres

Come for a haunted house, haunted hayride, haunted treats and hauntingly frightful drive-in movies south of Noonan.

Dark Acres

Dark Acres combines frightening fun with a zip line, corn box, bale mountain and more.

5208 Second Ave. W. Williston, ND 58802
Cottonwood Forest

Don't be fooled by the name. Cottonwood Forest brings the Haunt for two weekends in October.

5101 Second Ave. W. Williston, ND 58802
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