4 Must-See Halloween Attractions in Southwest Louisiana
Lost Hollows: September 29 – October 31
I’ve been down this trail before with a group of about 10, and though I’m not easily scared, it was awesome, to say the least. Minus two others, everyone else I was with was pretty terrified, including grown adult men. I highly recommend Lost Hollows for your Halloween pleasures! Also, on the last night of the month-long attraction, it’s “Lights Out”, and your only way to navigate through it is with a provided flashlight. Good luck!
Your trip begins in the parking lot of Spirit Halloween – 3401 Derek Drive in Lake Charles, LA., where you will board the shuttles to the trails. Few people know the exact location of The Lost Hollows. Luckily, your driver is one of the few!
Get more details at TheLostHollows.com.
Zombie Hunt: October 13 – October 28
Bayou Games is an entertainment complex located at 681 Kim Street in Sulphur that specializes in family-friendly entertainment. Every October, they take on zombies in the woods with a custom gun and glow-in-the-dark paintballs while riding aboard the Bayou Battle Wagons. Do you have what it takes to save the world from the zombie apocalypse? Learn more at RealZombieHunt.com.
Zombie Patrol: September 29 – October 31
Located at 2555 Industrial Canal in Lake Charles, this attraction puts you on the “front lines of a zombie apocalypse,” says its website LakeAreaAdventures.com. If you want to live out your “Walking Dead” fantasies, this is for you. Just understand that, for the safety of you and the zombies, you’ll be shooting them with a trusty paintball gun.
Eerie Calcasieu Tour: Year-round
It’s a free self-guided tour that takes you around actual haunted sites in the Lake Area. Get a detailed list of locations at VisitLakeCharles.com, like Bilbo Cemetary, Ramsey Mansion, and even the Lake Charles Civic Center. Download the Free Historic Tour App on your smartphone to get you one step closer to ghosts.