Twin Falls boasts some great adult and kid friendly Halloween events. From Monster Mashes to haunted tuberculosis hospitals, we have it all. Here are the top 5 Halloween events in Twin Falls and surrounding areas guaranteed to be ghoulishly good. Happy Halloween!

  • 5

    1st Annual Monster Mini Mash

    Friday, October 28th from 5 to 10pm at the 360 Main Event Center in Twin Falls.

    The 1st Annual Monster Mini Mash at 360’s Main Event Center in Twin Falls on October 28th from 5 to10pm. There will be vendor booths, games, candy, and a haunted warehouse for all ages, plus dress up your pets for the costume contest. Admission is a non-perishable good which will support our local South Central Community Action food bank, or a can of pet food to support the People For Pets Magic Valley Humane Society. The 1st Annual Monster Mini Mash at 360’s Main Event center October 28th from 5 to 10pm!

  • 4

    Fright Night Creations Haunted House at Kimberly Nurseries

    6p to midnight, October 14, 15, 21, and 22 at Kimberly Nurseries on Addison in Twin Falls.

    There’s nothing better than a haunted house at Halloween! This Haunted House offers scares for the grown-ups but kids are welcome too! Ticket prices for ages 13 and over are $8. 12 and under is just $6. Group discounts are available.

  • 3

    3rd Annual Haunting in Gooding

    October 21, 22, 28, and 29 at the old Tuberculosis Hospital in Gooding.

    The 3rd Annual Haunting in Gooding runs Friday, October 21 and Saturday, October 22 from 7 to 11p and Friday, October 28 and Saturday, October 29, 7 11. Check out the Tot Lot: $3-supervision, face painting, games and treats from the Food Court like $1 and up hot dogs, chili, drinks and more. Haunted by Troop 33 and Pack 97 Webelos Scouts. Plus, the old TB Clinic in Gooding is supposedly haunted…

  • 2

    CSI Corn Maze

    North College Road north of Health Science building. Nightly through Halloween.

    The student-run maze will be open from 5 to 10 p.m. every night Sunday, Oct. 2 through Monday, Oct. 31. Admission to the maze this year has been reduced to $1 per person for all ages. Children age 6 and younger will still be admitted free of charge. Refreshments will be sold at the warming fire by the maze entrance each evening and will vary slightly depending on which CSI club is in charge of them. They will include hamburgers, hot dogs, chips, and hot and cold drinks. On Fridays and Saturdays, Horticulture students will also sell kits for people to make their own s’mores over the fire with marshmallows, chocolate, and graham crackers. As Halloween draws nearer, students plan fright nights that will include some enhancements to the maze experience. All who visit the maze after dark are encouraged to bring their own flashlights and dress for the weather.

  • 1

    Trick or Treat on Bish's Street

    4p to 6p at the K-Mart Parking lot on October 31st.

    Trick or Treat on Bish’s Street is the safe and fun way to take your little ghosts and goblins trick or treating for Halloween, and it’s free! Join us from 4 to 6pm at the K-Mart parking lot for fun, safe, and free Halloween fun.

    Terry Morgan/Townsquare Media