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Do You Dare? Southern Oregon Haunted Houses

Attractions, Family, Things to Do

“There is magic in the night when pumpkins glow by moonlight.” - Unknown

Creaky stairs leading to a dark, dreary basement; the flash of a shadow in the darkness; or a frigid chill on an otherwise warm afternoon. Scared yet?

Medford and the Rogue Valley love a good scare and there’s nothing more October-esque than a spine-chilling haunted house. If you enjoy thrills, chills, spooks and spirits, don’t miss these local haunted houses. A scary good time awaits!

Circus of Screams

In operation since 2007, the Circus of Screams haunted house is a Rogue Valley tradition, and is always guaranteed for a good scare. They also donate profits from the haunted house to local youth groups.

- Highway 62, Eagle Point

- Admission: $8/person with a non-perishable food item, or $10 without

- October 26th, 27th, 28th, 29th, 30th and 31st (7-10 p.m.)

Just Scream Haunted House

Zombies, ghouls and goblins — oh my! Do you dare enter this haunted house

Frightful fun for ages 7 and older. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult, and children under 7 will not be admitted to the haunted house. 

- 604 W. Main Street, Medford

- Admission: $6/person

- October 26th and 27th, and possibly 31st (7 p.m. - Midnight)

Nightmare Chamber Haunted House

A night of sheer terror awaits at the Nightmare Chamber. The “Evil Dead Endless Nightmare” theme will have you looking over your shoulder and huddling together with your friends until you escape. What do you have to fear? Let’s find out!

Not appropriate for children 10 and under.

Randall Theatre, Medford

- Admission: $12 at the door

- October 26th, 27th, 28th, 29th, 30th, 31st and November 2nd and 3rd (7-10 p.m.)

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