The 5 Best Haunted Attractions in Oregon!
This Halloween, why not experience all the frights and delights Oregon has to offer? These attractions are not for the faint of heart, but if you’re strong willed and steadfast, you might just make it out alive. Here are our favorites.
The Fear Asylum has been terrifying the fine folks of Milwaukie, Oregon, for years. With 25,000 square-feet of scares and surprises, visitors will lose themselves (and maybe their minds) among the two stories, mysterious hallways, and back acres of the asylum.
The scare factor for the House of Shadows in Gresham, Oregon, is ranked as “Very Scary.” Get ready to contend with crazy hillbillies and chainsaw killers, among other terrors of the night as they reach out and grab you. This is the only “full contact haunted house” in the state. Maybe wear an extra pair of underwear. You’ll need it.
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Milburn’s Haunted Manor was Oregon Haunted Houes’ Haunt of the Year last season, and for good reason. The two haunted attractions, including Haunted Manor and the Dark, will haunt your dreams long after you leave (if you leave at all…).
Ever get a chill driving by an abandoned warehouse? Wonder what unspeakable horrors might go on inside? At the Fear PDX Haunted House in Portland, you’ll find out. The attraction is inside of several abandoned warehouses and offers a staggering six houses for the brave (or the foolish).
Fearlandia in Tigard, Oregon, provides a very important service for retired clowns: it gives them a place to go and scare the bejeezus out of unsuspecting passerby’s. Stop by the Clown Retirement attraction or spend your evening exploring the haunted swamp.