Top 5 Halloween attractions in Central Florida


Spooky season has already begun, and with that fun attractions begin to come back out of the shadows after a year of them being gone. Here are my personal top 5 attractions to go to before it all ends.

  1. Haunted Road (15239 Lake Pikett Rd, FL 32820)

     As a part of the description on their website, it’s basically driving through a forest where paranormal activity begins to happen once the sunsets. It is open until November 7th, I recommend going if you’re into a less interactive yet still entertaining experience.

  1. Stream n’ Scream (1700 Oviedo Mall Boulevard STE 1055, Oviedo, FL 32765)

     This is another more local attraction than the others, full of live performers and really cool effects, the main purpose is to use laser guns and blast your way to survival. It is only open until October 31st and is slightly more interactive than the Haunted Road.

  1. Petrified Forest (1360 E Altamonte Dr, Altamonte Springs, FL 32701)

     This is my personal favorite out of the ones closest to me just because it’s been around for so long and I always go with my friends. It’s the same concept as a haunted house except in a forest. The last day to go is October 30th so of course, get tickets before it ends.

  1. Howl o’ Scream (10165 McKinley Dr, Tampa, FL 33612)

    This is a special event that happens annually, Busch Gardens is turned into a spooky event at night where their workers try to scare you randomly as you walk around and explore. They also have amazing haunted houses however it is in Tampa and slightly far away however it ends on October 31st.

  1. Halloween Horror Nights (6000 Universal Blvd, Orlando, FL 32819)

     This one is my absolute favorite because I also love universal and it’s the same concept as Howl o’ Scream but better, and their houses this year are really cool, the last day to go is also October 31st but I strongly recommend going into the one based off of the Netflix show The Haunting of Hill House.