Fall is a super busy time around the Magic Valley. There is so much to do and so many attractions. We have decided to try and compile them all into one big list so you can plan out everything accordingly.

Magic Valley Corn Maze And Haunted Forest

The Magic Valley Corn Maze and Haunted Forest opens Friday, September 30th. The design of the corn maze is "Bucked Up" with a deer. It does become haunted on select nights. Tickets are on sale now. The Saturday night Haunted Forest is $18 dollars and general admission on other nights is $7. Group discounts are available. Food is also available.

Twin Falls Haunted Swamp

The Haunted Swamp is officially open. There are over 60 actors providing the spooky experience. There is a day that is kid friendly if you are worried it is too scary for some of your kids. Tickets are on sale for a range of $15 to $40 per person. There is also an escape room and axe throwing available.

Haunted Mansions of Albion

The Haunted Mansions of Albion opens on September 30th. Tickets range from $20 to $30 dollars depending on the date you go. The campus is huge with several different haunted houses, tons of actors ready to scare you, and food options as well. The haunted houses will definitely make you jump

Tubbs Berry Farm

Tubbs Berry Farm is open and they offer a bunch of stuff, not just scary stuff. There is a pumpkin patch, a straw maze, an apple blaster, and more. Plus there is going to be more food available. It is always a great family fun event.

Burley Straw Maze And Pumpkin Patch

There is so much to do at the Burley Straw Maze and Pumpkin Patch! Obviously the straw maze is huge and takes 45 minutes to an hour and a half to complete. There are hay rides, a pumpkin patch, corn blaster, slides, and so much more. It is officially open and it is so much fun.

Jerome Harvest Festival

The Mountain View Barn is hosting the Jerome Harvest Festival on October 8th from 9 am to 2 pm. Dress in witch and wizard costumes, have some family fun and search for Horcruxes because it is all Harry Potter themes. Lots of food and events as well.

Old TB Hospital in Gooding

This place is very likely to actually be haunted. The Old Tiburculosis Hospital in Gooding is now the University Inn and Resort. You can rent entire wings of the inn, you can ghost hunt, or you can just stay and see if something finds you.


We have not gotten confirmation or denial of events happening at Stricker Ranch this year. We will update as we know more information. The Twin Falls Corn Maze is also not going to be operational this year, if that changes, we will let you know.

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