Every Halloween season in Las Vegas Bonnie Springs Ranch becomes Bonnie Springs and the souls of those lost long ago make an appearance in this dusty encampment near Red Rock Canyon. It is just minutes from the Las Vegas strip but it feels like the old west. When the haunted aspect of the park inhabitants the grounds there is an eerie feeling to the desert. It is not recommended for children younger than 13 and if you spook easily it is probably not good for you either.
Wicked West Halloween Fest
There is an old western town very close to the Las Vegas strip and it is getting a little scary this Halloween. Bonnie Screams seems to have elevated the fear factor this year and it is really not an attraction for younger children.
Titled Bonnie Screams” the ghost town is transformed into a ¼ mile haunted town. The town features 3 haunted houses, haunted trails, restaurant, motel, and haunted train, the Carnival of Screams, nightly magic shows, live bands, street performers, celebrity appearances, shopping and food.
This year there is also a paint ball bus that add into the the haunted excitement.
What To Expect At Bonnie Screams in Las Vegas:
The attraction is actually part of an old ghost town attraction in Red Rock Canyon so it will feel authentic. The haunted houses are well done with plenty of chances for the spooky, creepy and eerie to work a little fright into your mind. You see, nothing is going to harm you here but the atmosphere is set up just right to make you believe that something is going on. The mind is wicked and a setting sun and a ghost town is already enough to freak you out. The performers walking around the attraction are fun but it is the quiet places that draw your attention to the haunting of the event.
Location: Bonnie Springs Old Nevada Ranch, Red Rock Canyon
Get directions and details on Bonnie Springs Old Nevada
When: Check their website for dates during the Halloween season as they do change.
Hours: Open 6pm – 'Till the Crowd Dies
Safe Street – Oct.31st – 3pm – 7pm
Phone: (702) 875-4191
Tickets: General Admission $20;
FROM I-15: Exit at Blue Diamond (State Route 160) and go west. The entrance to Bonnie Springs will be on your left. Look for the big wooden archway that says, "Old Nevada".
FROM 215 FREEWAY: Exit at Charleston and go west. Bonnie Springs is on the right-hand side, 6 miles past the Red Rock Visitor Center.
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