Welcome to the only haunted house in northern Arizona: Fright Night.
What sets this haunted house apart from others? It’s inside a phantom train that is permanently derailed on abandoned tracks at Verde Canyon Railroad’s depot in Clarkdale, Arizona. For those brave enough to enter … for those who love the entire month of Halloween and the opportunity to be terrified, these eerily furnished rail cars, long forgotten by the living, are open to explore. A bloodthirsty werewolf, eerie circus clowns, a gory, blood-splattered crime scene and a spine-chilling wedding party are but a few of the shocks and jump-scares that greet or eat you in this fresh spin on a classic Halloween haunted house.
For young ghosts, goblins and superheroes, a free Trick-and-Treat Village awaits. Sign the kids up for the Little Monster Club™ for just $25. Whether riding the train, or experiencing Fright Night’s haunted house, children get a full monster experience! With the Little Monster Club™ membership, each child receives a bag full of treats, access to the Fright Night Haunt, access to the Fright Night Trick-and-Treat Village, a spooky activity book with games and puzzles, a ghastly mask, a pumpkin cookie-decorating kit, and a jack-o’-lantern with a sticker kit to take home. There’s also food, drinks and more fun for the entire family.
Fright Night, the only haunted house in Northern Arizona, is a scream for all ages, open every Friday and Saturday night from 5:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., September 15 through October 28, with a final fright on Halloween night, October 31. Tickets are $15 each in September and $20 in October.
If you ride the Verde Canyon Railroad during September or October, you automatically receive a FREE ticket to enter Fright Night’s Haunt. Just bring your train ticket to the haunted house inside the derailed train cars and prepare for your final destination. Fright Night is just 20 minutes from Sedona, 2 hours north of Scottsdale, and eerily positioned just below the ghost town of Jerome