Do you take credit / debit cards?
Sorry, we don’t have that option available this year. Be sure to bring enough cash for admission plus food and beverages! We have burgers, pizza, home-made baked goods, plenty of hot beverages to keep you fueled for the night, plus food and drink from local businesses. An ATM is available at Palouse Family Foods
Are there places to stay in Palouse?
Well heck yes! Check out the “Stay in Palouse” links on the right. From RV parking to rooms to rent, we got you covered.
Is it scary?
Yes! We spend many hours planning and scheming to get maximum heart rates, screams and giggles. We gear towards high school and college students, so be prepared. NO ONE UNDER 12 ADMITTED!
If I get scared and can’t continue, can I get out?
Yes, tell our staff. They will assist you.
If I get too scared, can I get a refund?
No, Sorry. You paid us to scare you. Be happy with prompt service! …And it’s a community fundraiser. Thanks for your support!!
Will your monsters touch me?
NO. But fair’s fair – you can’t touch them either. Unfortunately, due to the very dim lighting inside the houses, you may occasionally come into contact with one of our staff. But our monsters will not intentionally grab you.
What do I get for my $35 admission?
You will receive 3 tickets that can be used for two haunted houses and the zombie hunt. You can use the tickets however you choose, but most want to experience all three venues.
What is the zombie hunt?
The zombie hunt is a fun way to shoot zombies trying to attack you! This will be in the same area as the old haunted trail ride. You will be driven to the trail and then will be given a marker, safety glasses, and orbeez balls. The group will be escorted through the trail and will shoot any zombies that are encountered. The zombie hunt will require walking the trail, so proper shoes and attire are required.
If I’m still in line at closing time, will I still get in?
Absolutely! We quit selling tickets at 10 p.m. but we stay open until everyone who has purchased a ticket has gone through all three venues.
How do I avoid long lines?
The first weekend tends to be less busy than the second weekend. Getting here early is your best bet for whichever night you attend. Ticket sales are from 7 to 10 p.m. But waiting in line is not without its own entertainment!
Where do I get tickets?
Tickets will be sold in the drive-through area of the PALOUSE BRANCH of Banner Bank (formerly AmericanWest Bank), 150 N. Bridge – right by the rail-road tracks – but ONLY on performance nights. Advance tickets are not available at this time, we encourage large groups to plan ahead and have a single person purchase for the group. Ticket sales begin at 7:00pm each performance night, and ticket sales end promptly at 10:00pm.
Is there an age limit?
Yes, you must be 12 years of age or older. No exceptions.
Is Haunted Palouse in a heated area?
No. Dress warm and bring appropriate clothing for inclement weather. The waiting area is outdoors.
How should I dress?
Wear clothing and shoes that are appropriate for standing and walking outdoors in cold and sometimes wet weather for long periods of time. No high heels or sandals for your own safety. Shoes or boots are required for the Zombie Hunt.
Can I dress in costume?
Yes! We encourage our guests to add to the fun of the event by dressing to impress. Make sure the costume is weather appropriate; it can be cold and wet on even nights. Do not dress as emegency support staff (police, firefighter, or EMT). These professionals will be on site and we do not want you confused with the real thing.
Are you prepared to handle emergencies?
Yes, we have experienced emergency and police personnel on site at all times. Just tell a Haunted Palouse staff member if you experience a problem and it will be handled right away.
Where is Palouse?
From North Grand Ave in Pullman: Take Highway 27 North 14 miles to Palouse.
From Rosauers in Moscow: Take Highway 95 North 9 miles (just past Viola), and turn onto Highway 66 to Palouse. Tickets sold at 150 N. Bridge (right next to Banner Bank).