Fun Fall Places in Salt Lake

Utah’s Scariest Haunted Houses

Nightmare on 13th

 (320 W 1300 S Salt Lake City, UT 84115) 

Nightmare on 13th is one of the largest and longest-running haunted attractions in the United States and is considered one of the scariest in the nation. Over 60,000 people attend Nightmare on 13th each season. Nightmare on 13th was voted to be America’s scariest attractions by the Travel Channel, and BuzzFeed recommended Nightmare on 13th as one of the 19 Most Insane Haunted Houses.

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Fear Factory

 (666 W 800 S Salt Lake City, UT 84104) 

Fear Factory is one of the top Halloween attractions in the world, made up of 6 buildings up to 6 stories high, with 2 underground passages. With awards ranking them as #3 in the world (, and top 10 in the US ( USA Today & Travel Channel) Fear Factory has quickly grown to be one of Utah’s, and the world’s, favorite Halloween entertainment.

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Frightmares at Lagoon

(375 N Lagoon Dr. Farmington, UT 84020) 

Frightmares has something for everyone. With over nine haunted attractions, Halloween-themed entertainment and all of your favorite food, rides and games, Frightmares is Utah’s number one destination for family-friendly Halloween fun.

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Utah’s Best Pumpkin Patches

Kuwahara’s Pumpkin & Thriller Park

(12153 S 700 W Draper, UT 84020) 

At Kuwahara’s Pumpkin & Thriller Park there is much to do for all ages! Their photo-worthy pumpkin patch is the cutest thing you will ever see, with so many pumpkins to choose from. Don’t miss the amazing show performed three times a night, including the coolest costumes, music, and thrillers coming alive. They have many food trucks available, from sweet treats to warm hot cocoa so you stay warm through the night. Looking for a scare? The haunted houses are sure to make you jump!

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The Crazy Corn Maze

( 8800S 4000 W West Jordan, UT 84088)
This enjoyable fall experience consists of many twists, turns, and dead ends. Get lost in over 8 acres of corn with your friends and family. Fright lights is bringing magic to our pumpkin patch, and is sure to delight and amaze both young and old. Walk through an enchanted pathway of lights and music. Choose the perfect pumpkin to take home, as its included with admission while supplies last.

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(3003 N Thanksgiving Way Lehi, UT 84043)
Cornbelly’s is a Utah-started family friendly place, and has been around for years! More than just a pumpkin patch, they have rides, firework shows, haunted houses, contests, delicious treats, and so much more! Main location in Lehi and the newest location in Spanish fork

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Halloween Events

Provo River Halloween Cruise

(3606 West Street Provo, UT 84601)

Looking to get scared but not in a haunted house? What if I told you there was a spooky river! You need to try this family-friendly Halloween Cruise in Provo. The river has over 100 hand carved pumpkins, a movie playing before and after the cruise, and concessions are available. The ride is approx. 20-25 minutes round trip. Make sure to dress warm. It is all outside and on water.

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Festival Transylvania Millcreek Gardens 

(3500 South 900 East Salt Lake City, UT 84106)

A family-friendly spook alley full of fun characters and mischief. Unlike other haunted houses in town, this one has been designed to be daily-friendly, without gore, jump-scare or nightmare fuel. It’s more than just a maze or pumpkin patch at festival Transylvania!

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Witches Fest

(Gardner Village -1100 W 7800 S
West Jordan, UT 84088)

If you are looking for some Halloween family fun, Historic Gardner Village is the place to be! Witch Fest is currently going on, with great restaurants and bakeries to visit. Go on a scavenger hunt throughout the village, shop the boutiques, salons, and so much more! This is a must-do before the spooky season is over!

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