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Halloween Odyssey 2021: Inland Empire Yard Haunts

Here is a running list of Halloween Home Haunts in the Inland Empire. This list may continue to grow as we visit more yard displays in the region.

Halloween 2021 Inland Empire Yard Haunts: Rancho Cucamonga

Samhain’s Lot
6351 Semillon Place, Rancho Cucamonga, 91737
October 15-16, 22-23, 28-31, 7-10PM


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Samhain’s Lot boasts an impressive corner lot display that has a lot to see.  This year’s theme is “Halloween III: Season of the Witch”.  If you’re lucky, you might just catch some of the characters.

Hellsir 666
10522 Lemon Avenue, Rancho Cucamonga, 91737
October 9 – November 6
Sunday-Thursday, 7-9pm; Friday-Saturday, 7pm-midnight

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Hellsir 666, known for stopping traffic with their elaborate displays, opted for a “simple” Pumpkin Patch this year.  Hellsir’s Pumpkin Patch features music, sound and kid-friendly elements but to the extreme!


Halloween 2021 Inland Empire Yard Haunts: Riverside

Gothic Hills Cemetery
11109 Middleborough Road, Riverside
October 15-31, 6-10pm

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In its new area, Gothic Hills now has the real estate and space needed for them to be at their best!  Opting for a large – and we do mean large – cemetery yard display this year, the creators are getting acclimated to their new land before going full blown with a haunt next year!

Bellamy Place Light Shows: Nightmare Before Christmas
5089 Bellamy Place, Riverside, 92503
Nightly until October 31, 6-10:30pm

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Bellamy Place Light Shows once again provided some early Christmas cheer with their Nightmare Before Christmas theme.  Guests get to enjoy a whimsical show featuring songs from the movie that’s synced to motion and lights.  This show is viewable from the vehicle as the music syncs to your radio.  


Halloween 2021 Inland Empire Yard Haunts: Corona

Corona Haunt: Tales of Halloween
3161 Nutmeg Drive, Corona, 92882
October 21-24, 28-31
7-9PM Weeknights & Sun, 7-10PM Weekends & Halloween Night

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Our first visit at The Corona Haunt did not disappoint.  The maze is called Tales of Halloween because it embodies monsters and characters best known in traditional Halloween lore inside the maze.  The maze utilizes the entire side walkway, backyard and garage of the home.  Once you enter this “Halloween Town”, you descend into darkness but in a very fun manner.  The sets looked spooky but friendly enough for us to just let our guards down slightly.  But as soon as we did; BAM, out pops a jump scare!

This walk-through is a definite must-see if visiting or residing in the IE.  This will definitely be on our list as a returning favorite for the future.  Tip: An $8 donation via their site gets you into the fast lane.

Pirates of Cindy Court
1788 Cindy Ct, Corona, 92882
October 1-31, 6-10pm

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A returning pirates yard display with effects and animation. This one is always a head-turner.  Countless vehicles had to park and get out of their cars to get a closer look to the details.



Halloween 2021 Inland Empire Yard Haunts: Moreno Valley

Haydenville Haunter: The Mitchell Campbell House
23291 Park Lane Ct, Moreno Valley, CA 92553
October 22-23, 29-31, 7-10pm

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Darren Talmadge built yet another impressive haunt with a realistic looking facade and interior.  An actual walk-through this year; the maze started off inside a rather large dining room, so large that haunt-goers may think that it is part of his actual house!  With an actual medium sized dining table and a real radio/sound system playing eerie tunes from olden days, it made us feel like we were in an actual haunted house.  

As we explored the rest of the home, grisly scenes populate one after another paired with well-timed pop-up surprises and effects both automated and non-automated.  The kitchen felt like an actual kitchen because of its size, it even had a real full-sized fridge.  The hallway was the size of one from a small home, with creepy portraits on the wall.  The bedroom contained enough space where they could rent it out to fans that are into a themed AirBnBs.  Haydenville Haunter’s sets have always been a favorite of ours as we always felt like we were part of the theme.  If you plan to visit, pay attention to the radio in the photo-op; located on the right side of the maze entrance.

Maze of Mayhem
21605 Alcorn Dr, Moreno Valley
October 8-10, 15-17, 22-24, 28-31, 7-10pm

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Maze of Mayhem returns with an interactive yard display.  Though they are typically a maze, Mike, the proprietor opted for a display once again this year but one that is a lot more grand than last year.  This property is big enough to house a large cemetery to the left, the interactive display in the middle and a pumpkin patch on the right.


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