Chattanooga Haunted Houses--They're a Scream!
Halloween is almost here and that means it's the perfect time for family fun. If you're considering buying a Chattanooga home, you won't be far from some of our community's best Halloween adventures. Our city is filled with spooky places and fall festivities your entire family will love. Our Chattanooga real estate agents have made a list of our favorite Halloween "haunts" for you and your family to experience...if you dare.
- Lake WinnepeSPOOKah
Enjoy an atmosfear of haunted rides, eerie edibles and screaming thrills as Lake WinnepeSPOOKah (aka Lake Winnepesaukah Amusement Park). It's hair-raising Halloween fun for boys and ghouls of all ages on Friday and Saturday nights in October. This year Lake WinnepeSPOOKah has added two Sunday evenings to its frightful schedule, October 23 and 30. Lake Winnepesaukah Amusement Park has been named by Travel and Leisure Magazine as one of "America's Top Ten Family Amusement Parks."
- Haunted Hustle Family Fun Run
The Downtown Family YMCA, located at 301 W. 6th Street, is hosting a Haunted Hustle Family Fun Run on Saturday, October 29 at 10 AM. The proceeds of the event are redirected to Livestrong at the YMCA. This 5k run will take you and your family through Chattanooga's downtown. Dress up in your favorite Halloween costume and you'll have a blast running alongside other creepy characters. The cost is $25. Participants receive a Performance shirt along with the satisfaction of helping a good cause. There is even an activities space at the run's outdoor playground so the kids can stay occupied while mom and dad enjoy the Haunted Hustle 5K run.
- The Halloween Eerie Express
Take your family to the Halloween Eerie Express at the Tennessee Valley Railroad Grand Junction Station located at 4119 Cromwell Road. The train departs on Fridays and Saturdays at 5:45 PM and 7:30 PM. The train also departs at 3:30 PM on Saturdays. Feel free to dress up in your Halloween costume for your trip on this vintage train. It crosses four bridges along with the Missionary Ridge Tunnel.
The Express stops at the 20-room Eerie Funhouse Station where you can hop out for some Halloween fun. Additional Express features include scary stories, black light mini golf, Halloween tattoos, hot cider, and treats for the kids and a ride back to Grand Junction. Tickets cost $22.
- Chattanooga Ghost Tours
Get ready for ghostly encounters of the scariest kind when you take a walking tour through Chattanooga's haunted history. Listen as your Chattanooga Ghost Tour guide recounts stories of ghost sightings and encounters with the spirits of past local residents. Ranked as one of the "Top 10 US Ghost Tours" by USA Today and TripAdvisor, Chattanooga Ghost Tours is located at 138 Market Street.
- Ruby Falls Haunted Cavern
Can you imagine heading 26 stories below ground for an unforgettable Halloween adventure? It is possible at the Haunted Cavern. Situated in a cave rife with frightful monsters, Haunted Cavern represents the ultimate Halloween experience. Rand McNally has designated Haunted Cavern as one of the nation's top haunted houses. Ruby Falls Haunted Cavern is located at 1720 South Scenic Highway.
- Acres of Darkness
Bring the family to Acres of Darkness at 900 North Sanctuary Road and you'll enjoy the ultimate haunted woods Halloween experience. These woods are full of fun activities including a black light maze, hayrides, and search parties on the prowl for "survivors" and so much more.
If you are searching for a home in Chattanooga, Fletcher Bright Realty is here to help. We have access to the area's best and most affordable homes. Contact us today to start your house hunt.