Falling for Frights

You’re Falling for Frights!

Your friends know you as the fall aficionado that loves scary movies, historical sites and haunted houses, which is why you’re falling for frights this season. Idaho’s ghost towns, historic walking tours, quirky museums and Halloween-themed activities make Idaho totally eerie-sistible.

Leaves are Falling

Leaves are Falling. Idaho is Calling.


Fall in Idaho

Idaho’s rich history paves the way for an adventure packed with haunts and history. From booming mining towns now turned ghost towns to the Old Idaho Penitentiary that housed some of the West’s most notorious criminals, Idaho invites you to dive into its unique history.

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Channel's Ghost Adventures

Several paranormal groups, including a team from Travel Channel’s Ghost Adventures, have conducted investigations at the Old Idaho Penitentiary.

indoor/outdoor haunted production

The Northwest’s largest indoor/outdoor haunted production can be found at The Haunted Mansions of Albion.

Yankee Fork State Park

Land of the Yankee Fork State Park, between Stanley and Challis, neighbors some of Idaho’s best preserved ghost towns including Bayhorse, Bonanza and Custer.

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If You’ve Got It, Haunt It

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