Kern County celebrates fall with these Halloween haunted houses and pumpkin patches

BAKERSFIELD - Kern County offers an array of fall and Halloween celebrations. Are you looking for an adrenaline-fueled fright in Bakersfield this October? Or do you want to pick the perfect pumpkin and take a hay ride on Halloween? The following month-long events have everything you seek.

Halloween haunted houses in Bakersfield

Taladega Frights
Something terrifying is lurking on Pioneer Village at night. Are you ready to find out what it is?
Opens September 27
$10 admission, plus $10 each for two attractions, or $27 for all three.
3801 Chester Avenue, Bakersfield
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Scream in the Dark
Scream in the Dark is a Kern County tradition, and the promise something new.
Opens October 4
$10 admission
3201 F Street, Bakersfield
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Delirium Haunted House
Delirium started out as a two person scare on a small porch in 2006, with a little help from a boom box, face paint, homemade costumes, and a bowl full of candy to lure unsuspecting trick or treaters. Now it is a free neighborhood haunted house.
Opens for six nights, beginning October 26
Free
1800 Shamrock Court, Wasco
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Silver City Ghost Town
Many believe that Silver City is haunted by spirits from that past and the site is listed in the National Directory of Haunted Places.
Open weekends only.
$5,50 for adults
3829 Lake Isabella Blvd. Bodfish
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Family fun for fall

Banducci’s Family Pumpkin Patch 
Children can enjoy a pony ride and corn maze. Pick pumpkins at this family farm.
Open seven days a week during the season
No admission fee

10747 Taft Highway, Bakersfield
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Murray Family Farms October Fun Fest
The Fun Fest has attractions that will be fun for the whole family.
Opens September 28
The weekend price is $10.99
6700 General Beale Road, Bakersfield
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