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Los Angeles Haunted Hayride

4730 Crystal Springs Drive

Be transported into an immersive world of ghosts, psychopathic clowns, vicious demons and Halloween magic. There are 4 Scare Zones: House of Shadows, Trick or Treat, Purgatory and the Haunted Hayride.

Get lost in SoCal's ONLY true dark maze, go door to door meeting and getting candy from strangers in a terrifying neighborhood. Ride the Scary-Go-Round, see a psychic, catch a show at Theatre Macabre and tons more in your own personal purgatory...and of course, the iconic Haunted Hayride in it's ninth year is the best it's ever been.


Jacqueline Gasper

Monday, Aug. 13, 2018
I waited with my husband in line for about 4 hrs just to go through this ridiculous ride. After 2 hrs of waiting the rest of our group decided to leave because the wait time was insane. Don't waste you time and money with this one. I am a very patient person who enjoys Halloween events, but this ride really tested my patience. I would have rather waited to watch a pot of water boil over a single tealight candle. I have to give it one star because that is the only way to leave a comment. Go and enjoy yourself somewhere else. PLEASE!

A.P. T

Saturday, June 16, 2018
This is my favorite Halloween attraction in LA, over HHN at Universal, even. For something like $50 you get a fun hayride and four or five mazes, all with front of line passes. Everything is well done, it's fun, and even a little bit scary, in my opinion. I always look forward to it.

Katrina Brewer

Sunday, Oct. 22, 2017
I went to the haunted hayride event last night (Saturday Oct 22) on a double date, hoping to do something different and fun. We bought the tickets that include all of the attractions (hayride, house of shadows, trick or treat). Arrived around 8:30 (event goes 7pm-1am). They were GROSSLY under-prepared for the volume of people who attended. While the setup and vibe were cool, I don't know how anyone had a good time with the lines being worse than Disneyland. Can't even rate the hayride because we didn't get to go on it! Waited in line for 1 hour and were just shy of halfway through the line (I think); it was hard to gauge how many more times it wove back and forth before we would have made it on. We got out of line and were able to get into the haunted house in about 25 minutes, only to find it wasn't actually a haunted house, but a maze of black plywood with strobe lights? And a few people dressed up along the way? Worst haunted house I've ever been in. The local mall in my hometown had a better one. As a last ditch effort we tried to buy hot dogs and just hang out. No luck - they were out. Refund, please!!!

Fabian Guerrero

Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017
Great Halloween attraction that stays consistent and progressive over the years, it's definitely worth checking out. The Hayride itself gets very congested with crowds of people on weekends. On weekdays however it is light and manageable. Don't forget to check out the side attractions and maze!

Micaela Reyes

Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2017
The Haunted Hayride A Christmas Carol: Where do I begin? I was definitely extremely disappointed. I've been a fan of the Haunted Hayride since it was first opened. I though that just like the Haunted Hayride the movie was going to be screened in Christmas village with the ghosts of Christmas pass, present and future as the main attraction. I even imagined a maze. No! I was definitely wrong. It was a poor interpretation of Eat See Hear. They didn't even contract any food trucks. They had this little table with snacks probably purchased at Costco. With my allergy, I couldn't even enjoy the hot chocolate because it had almonds in it. So they weren't allergy sensitive. Arriving into the event a lot of patrons were lost including myself and my boyfriend. We heard someone say, walk towards the lights, wish was a person holding a flashlight. We were asked to walk down a dark path and look for someone else who would check us in. We walked towards a car headlights. I thought this was just part of the hype but I was wrong. In the middle of the movie screening, patrons began leaving. I can only guess that it was because it was cold; extremely cold and/or maybe because others also thought that it was the Haunted Hayride with a Christmas carol theme with a movie viewing. It was a poor excuse of trying to make money during the Christmas season. I should gone to the LA Zoo Holiday Light show.

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