For a Huntsville teenager who loves Halloween, the pickings might seem slim when it comes to fun things to do in the area, especially in 2021. Older kids still like to dress up, even though most local trick-or-treating events aren’t exactly targeting kids above the age of 12. But teens can take heart – these Huntsville Halloween for teens events below are just for them. Just be sure to bring your mask and practice safe social distancing!
Date/Time: Fridays & Saturdays Sept. 24 – Nov. 6 | 6:30 – 10:30 PM
Cost: $25 per person
Location: Grace Hill Farm, Athens (map)
More Info: Website | Facebook Page
The Zombie Apocalypse has arrived and Grace Hill Farms needs your help! Help save the family farm by joining in the zombie hunt. In this interactive thrill ride, you’ll go deep into the zombie-infested woods and test your survival skills. Climb onto one of the Zombie Assault Vehicles (ZAVs) equipped with a customized mounted weapon loaded with glow-in-the dark zombie killing serum. Humanity is counting on you! Shoot fast, shoot true and eliminate the zombies! Masks required.
Monster Movies at the Mill
Saturdays in October at 7PM
Cost: $20 per car
Lowe Mill Arts & Entertainment
Costumes? YES but not required
These drive-in style movies range from classic to contemporary; from kid-friendly to absolute blood baths. Cars will be parked six feet from each other, and a limited number of spots will be available on the lawn for front-row viewing and we will begin parking cars no earlier than 6 PM. Costumes and candy are encouraged! Masks required when exiting your vehicle.
Oct. 2 – The Frighteners
Oct. 9 – The Thing
Oct. 16 – The Lost Boys
Oct. 23 – Cabin In the Woods
Oct. 20 – Double feature: Hocus Pocus & Fright Night
All Hallow’s Eve Spooktacular
Friday, October 29 from 6-10 PM
Cost: FREE, $5 to park
Lowe Mill ARTS and Entertainment
Join Dragon’s Forge Cafe at Lowe Mill for a spooky good celebration for all ages! There will be a costume contest at 8 pm, food and drink specials, a night market filled with fangtastic vendors, spooky scenes to haunt through, a scavenger hunt across the haunted grounds, and a dance party at Dragon’s Forge Cafe to rattle your bones!
Escape Maze of Terror
Friday & Saturdays in October from 6-9 PM; also Open Oct. 28 & 31
Huntsville Rage Room
This interactive outdoor haunted attraction is back for another year! Use a Nerf Rival Weapon at the Huntsville Rage Room and fight your way through the maze. You must call ahead or book online to make a reservation.
Go On a Local Ghost Walk
Now – October 31
Ghost Tours in Huntsville & North Alabama – several here to choose from!
If you like to hear about real ghosts that live in North Alabama, these ghost tours are for you.
Local Haunted Houses
Now – October 31, various times
Looking for a REAL scare? These haunted houses are close to Huntsville and great for teens!
Lester Haunted Hospital (Lester)
Harvest 2021 (Scottsboro)
Doomsday Haunted Attraction (Athens)
Nightmare on Moulton Street (Decatur)
Haunted House of Horror (Courtland)
Do you know about a Halloween event for teens that we missed? We’d love to add it, just send us a note at email@example.com and be sure to include the information listed here (e.g. Date/Time, Cost, URL, Location).
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