Prepare for a scare at local haunted houses, terror trails
If you are looking for a Halloween scare, check out these “haunted” spots in the Grand Valley:
■ A Nightmare on Main Street, a haunted Victorian style house, will be open for two days only with two kinds of tours.
A Nightmare on Main Street can be found Friday and Saturday, Oct. 13–14, at 1003 Main St.
There will be PG-rated tours from 6–8 p.m. both days for those 12 and younger or anyone “who like a good spook and like to have fun but don’t want to go home with nightmares” according to flyers for the haunted house. Admission is $10.
An R-rated tour will go from 9 p.m. to midnight both days for those 13 and older wanting “the scariest experience to hit the Grand Valley,” flyers said. Admission is $15.
All proceeds from A Nightmare on Main Street go to the Grand Junction High School Marching Band.
■ The Express Allstars Trail of Terror presents the “Cinema of Horror” haunted house open through October at 515 S. Seventh St.
Hours go from 7–10 p.m. on Thursdays and 7 p.m. to midnight on Fridays and Saturdays. General admission is $15. A fast pass can be purchased for $25.
The Trail of Terror’s “Cinema of Horror” boasts 11,000 square feet and 30 rooms, according to its Facebook page.
■ Studt’s Dark Acres Haunted Corn Maze is open at 2135 I 1/2 Road. Its hours go from sundown through midnight on Fridays and Saturdays and the last two Thursdays in October.
General admission is $13. A fast pass can be purchased for $23 (there are a limited number of fast passes available each night).
Call 773-6489 or go to darkacresmaze.com for information.