The Field of Screams MT is a once-a-year Halloween production that is a must-attend event for all ages. Young or old, we guarantee a great time. Built on a 10-acre property this event will have you talking about your experience for years to come!
Haunted Attractions This Halloween season, keep the tradition alive! Prepare yourself for the most disturbing, the most heart-pounding, and the most intense haunt of your life!
Daytime Attractions Fun for all ages. Hayrides, slides & Hay bale fun, secret word find, mini corn maze, haunted walk w/ the lights on, escape rooms & more.
Quick Escape Rooms They’re back! Try our 13 minute quick escape rooms. Three rooms to choose from.
Our haunted attraction is designed with the thrill seeker in mind. Being in the business for 20 plus years, we have mastered the art of the scare. Start out walking through acres of cornstalks over your head, with the fear that at anytime something may jump out at you. Go through fog-filled swamps, graveyards, clown infested playgrounds, and possibly get chased by an insane chainsaw man who has been haunting the fields every Halloween season. Then to finish off this already terrifying nightmare make your way through our creepy Ghost Town which is included in the admission cost and is connected with the Field of Screams Haunt. Come experience the thrill!
Field of Screams MT is located on Hwy 93 just 4.5 miles south of Victor and 30 minutes south of Missoula.
Mile marker 55 on HWY 93.
Stay on 93; DO NOT turn at Bear Creek or Sheafman Creek Road
Each ticket is valid for one day only.
$24 General Admission / See Tickets Link for Additional Pass Prices & Options
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