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Haunted Houses on the Northshore {and Beyond}

Haunted Houses on the Northshore {and Beyond}

This post is updated for 2021 and will continue to be updated throughout the season. 

As a parent, perhaps you feel you are getting too much sleep at night. If that is the case, try one of the many spooky options around south Louisiana that are sure to keep you awake with paranoia about paranormal activity. There are so many local options where you can face your fears and have a little fun. I’ve highlighted some of the different options below, but feel free to share your favorite spooky spot!

Traditional Haunted Houses

RISE Haunted House

10342 LA-442, Tickfaw, LA 70466

Features three attractions on the site: Rise Haunted House, Risewell Asylum, and the Haunted Hayride.

Read our review of Rise Haunted House and Rise Haunted Hayride here.

The Party Barn in Hammond

15587 W Club Deluxe Rd, Hammond, LA 70403

Traditional haunted house canceled due to the effects of Hurricane Ida. This year they will be featuring two paintball horror experiences.

Holo Bayou Haunted House

524 Gause Blvd, Slidell, LA 70458

October 29th, 30th, and 31st, 7-10:30PM

Fundraiser to benefit cystic fibrosis.

13th Gate in Baton Rouge

832 St Philip St, Baton Rouge, LA 70802

Journey through 13 nightmarish realms where your worst fears come true and anything can happen. Check out Carnival Haunted Midway across the street from the haunted house for Free Concerts, Games, Food, and Live Entertainment Every Night!

NOLA Nightmare in Jefferson

319 Butterworth St, New Orleans, LA 70121

Three attractions under one roof: The boogeyman, the spirit of Halloween, and Operation: Laughing Place.

The Mortuary in New Orleans

4800 Canal St, New Orleans, LA 70119

Haunted house located in a former mortuary.

Scout Island Scream Park

Scout Island is closed for 2021.

Terror on the Coast in Gulfport, MS

3420 Giles Rd, Gulfport, MS 39501

The largest haunted house on the coast.

See Also

Louisiana Cemeteries

New Orleans is known for its above-ground cemeteries and people come from around the world to see them and learn their history. While some cemeteries have been closed for repairs, NOLA History tours is still offering several if you want to check them out.

The historic Andrew Jackson Hotel in the French Quarter is said to be haunted by the ghosts of children.

New Orleans Ghost Tours

Unique NOLA Tours: Unique offers a ghost tour, a ghost tour with bar stops, and a kid-friendly ghost tour! They also offer a true crime tour if that’s more your thing. You can read our review of Unique NOLA’s kid-friendly ghost tour here.

Haunted Plantations in Louisiana

Houma House Plantation

40136 LA-942, Darrow, LA 70725

Read their haunted history here.

The Myrtles Plantation

7747 S Hwy 61, St Francisville, LA 70775

There’s no shortage of haunted lodgings in Louisiana, but The Myrtles in St. Francisville is perhaps the most infamous for its freakiness. Featured on the Discovery Channel, National Geographic, and the Travel Channel, The Myrtles offers both day time guided tours as well as evening mystery tours. You can even sleep there to find out exactly what’s goes “bump in the night.”  

Oak Alley Plantation

3645 LA-18, Vacherie, LA 70090

Read their haunted history here.

Other Halloween Fun

Did somebody say pumpkins? We’ve got a list of patches in our area right here.

Prefer events? We’ve got a huge Fall Activities list here bound to keep you busy all season long.

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