Haunted Houses and Ghost Tours Near Cumming, GA for Halloween 2014

haunted houses in cumming, gaFor those of you who enjoy a good scare, here are some local haunts to visit in Forsyth County, GA for Halloween fun.

Also check out our Trunk or Treat and Halloween Events in and around Cumming, GA.

Hayes Haunt – 7435 Cavaletti Circle, Cumming, Georgia  30040. Friday and Saturday nights, including Oct. 24, 25, 31, and an encore Nov. 1 from 7 to 10 p.m. Admission is $5 per person (proceeds go to The Place of Forsyth.) Allow 15 to 20 minutes to walk through the haunt.

Admission is $5.00 and for timid guests, a special protective amulet is available for purchase to ward off the monsters for a Hayes Haunt Light experience. *No public bathroom, so make sure you go before you go!

Hayes Haunt, 7435 Cavaletti Circle, Cumming, GA 30040.

Haunted Places in Cumming, GA

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Haunted Corn Maze

Uncle Shuck’s Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch Haunted Maze: The Dark Rows is a wickedly fun nighttime journey into the twisted trails of the moonlit cornfield. Bring your friends, bring your family, or brave the path solo. Just be warned, you will not be alone! The misty October night air always seems to bring out the worst in this little patch of corn. Come see what fiendish family fun can be found lurking among the Dark Rows! It’s a scary good time…

And all for a good cause, since a portion of the admission to the Haunted Maze is donated to Dawson County High School.  Admission is $13 for the Haunted Maze and two regular mazes, or $16 for the Value Combo (Hayride Plus the Haunted Maze, bonfire, two regular mazes). Haunts begin at dusk on the dates listed below and the last ticket sold at 10 p.m. Children 12 and under must be accompanied by a parent. No flashlights allowed. Regular maze trails are open during haunt season as well.

Haunted Maze Dates Remaining:  Oct. 24 & 25, Oct. 31, Nov. 1

HAUNTED HOUSES AND EVENTS NEAR FORSYTH COUNTY, GA

Are you willing to travel for haunts and thrills? Here are some nearby haunts from Awesome Alpharetta.

House on Horror Hill
Through November 1, 2014 (Thursday, Friday and Saturday only)
Opens at 7p.m.
1650 Alpharetta Highway
Alpharetta, GA
Website
Tickets: $12.00
The North Fulton Jaycees are ready to scare you with the most intense haunted house in the North Fulton area. Sight and sound combine to send shivers down your spine! The house opens after dark. If you can’t find it, just listen for the screams of fright!

HOWLpharetta Ghost Tours
October 24, 26 and November 1-2, 2014
(October 4 & 18 tours are currently sold out)
Check website for times
Downtown Alpharetta

Alpharetta, GA
Website
Tickets: $15. All tickets must be purchased in advanced.
Experience some of historic downtown Alpharetta’s extensive history through a narrated walking tour. Some regular sites through the journey include the original site of City Hall, a famous restaurant that is rumored to be haunted, shops with local flair, turn of the century hotels and a local favorite, Resthaven Cemetery.
 
Haunted Halloween Trail Riding
October 26, 2014
7:45 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Motorcycle Safety Foundation Campus
1450 Morrison Pkwy.

Alpharetta, GA
Website
$145.00, must register online.
From ghouls to ghosts, steep hills to rocks, now’s the time to take advantage of our spooky Halloween adventures. Riders must have completed the Basic Dirtbike School and/or have current Dirtbike experience within the last year to participate.
HAUNTED HOUSES IN GEORGIA
Here is a great list of haunted houses in Georgia from Hauntworld.
GHOST TOURS
There is a ghost tour in Alpharetta – HOWLpharetta! Check it out if you like to walk, learn history while getting the chills.
Also check out the Historic Dahlonega Ghost Walk – Every Friday and Saturday Nights, September through October.
Historic Hauntings Tour – 2 hour guided tour. A strolling journey through one of Georgia’s most intriguing and nationally registered historic districts, Dahlonega, Georgia.  Local tales and countywide legends make this Lumpkin- County attraction worth the storytelling chills as you weave through the streets, back alleys, rows of historic buildings and historically significant local cemetery. $10 Adults, $5 Children We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express and Cash. Every Friday and Saturday, 8 pm, in September and October. Check our website for additional dates and events. For more information: 706-482-8795. Location: 19 East Main Street, Upstairs on the Porch, Dahlonega, GA  30533.
Hear the story of Sarah’s Ghost at the Hall House Hotel.
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