Looking for a scare this week in North Fulton?

Local haunted houses get ready for Halloween



NORTH FULTON, Ga. – The end of October is already approaching, but Georgia has just begun to feel the winter. People are now searching the backs of their coat closets for their boots and scarves, and along with these, out come the decorations.

Along with festive pumpkins and sweet candy, Halloween has brought its spooky side. Black is the color of choice this month, and so is the mood. There are witches, demons, ghouls and for the most part, ghosts.

The Roswell Ghost Tours have become a prominent part of the Halloween experience in this area. But they are not the only means to a ghostly end. Check out these other spooky events and places for your Halloween fun this month.

Haunted Houses

Alpharetta PAL’s fourth annual Haunted House

Oct. 26 – 27

PAL gym behind City Hall

50 Jones Avenue, Alpharetta


Tickets: $2

Don’t be a “fraidy” cat, come on out to the PAL gym on Friday from 7 – 10 p.m. or Saturday from 4 – 10 p.m. for a really fun time. At 6 p.m. on Saturday, there will be a costume judging with cash prizes for the best costumes in adult and children categories. On Saturday, come hungry as hotdogs and additional fall foods will be available for purchase. All proceeds benefit the Alpharetta PAL programs.

Spooky Mill Fall Festival

Oct. 26 – 27

9770 Autrey Mill Road, Johns Creek

Join all-ages trick or treating in the heritage village, spooky campfire stories complete with s’mores, and a (not so haunted) haunted house. The festivities run Oct. 26 and Oct. 27 from 5 – 9 p.m. Spooky Mill will also be opened for preschool trick-or-treaters on Oct. 26 from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m.

House on Horror Hill

Oct. 25 – 31

1650 Alpharetta Highway, Alpharetta


Tickets: $12

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 Oct. 27 – 31. If you can’t find it, just listen for the screams of fright.

Hallo-FUN Haunted House

Every weekend in October

Stars and Strikes

133 Merchants Square, Cumming


Tickets: $8

There is no shortage of Halloween fun with a haunted house, haunted laser tag, a pumpkin patch and scavenger hunt.

Paranoia Haunted House

Oct. 4 – 31

608 Holcomb Bridge Road, Roswell

Tickets: $20

Paranoia Haunted House is a new haunt attraction opening up in Roswell. If you want the ultimate terror experience, you found it! The haunted house opens at 7:30 p.m. and runs until everyone who purchased a ticket has gone through.

Hayes Haunt

Oct. 26, 27, 31

7435 Cavaletti Circle, Cumming, Ga.

7 – 10:30 p.m.

Tickets: $5

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!

Spooky events

Halloween Hikes at the Chattahoochee Nature Center

Oct. 26, 27

7 – 10 p.m.

Chattahoochee Nature Center

9135 Willeo Road, Roswell

Take your child on a well-lit hike through the forest to meet woodland creatures and hear about their lives. This event also features crafts, face painting, live music and much more.

Decorate a Halloween Haunted House at American Girl

Oct. 26

American Girl Boutique and Bistro

1202 North Point Circle, North Point Mall, Alpharetta

Learn how to turn chocolate gingerbread into a “boo-tiful” haunted house. This festive activity includes everything your girl needs to make a delightfully frightful centerpiece, complete with colorful candies and other tasty treats. Advance reservations are required.

Halloween Hayrides and Haunts at Wills Park

Oct. 27

3 – 6 p.m.

Wills Park Recreation Center

11925 Wills Road, Alpharetta

Something big is brewing in Wills Park. The public is invited to join the city of Alpharetta for a FANG-tastic time with “Halloween Hayrides and Haunts.” Families can take a hayride through Wills Park. Hayrides will run approximately every 15 minutes. Dress accordingly for outdoor activities.

Roswell Ghost Tour

Every night in October

Roswell Visitors Center

617 Atlanta Street, Roswell

Tickets: $15

Year-round outdoor, two-and-a-half hour (at least) walking ghost tour. No made up stories. They tell of current paranormal phenomena routinely experienced by residents, business owners and their own tour attendees! The Roswell Ghost Tour knows of other ghost tours in the Atlanta area that wrote fictitious ghost stories for their town’s ghost tours. Roswell Ghost Tour is not that type of tour. www.roswellghosttour.com

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