Welcome to the 9th Annual Haunting of Keystone
Due to the overwhelming success of this event the number of tickets sold for each night will be limited. We strongly encourage you to purchase your tickets and wristbands online or arrive early in the evening. Wristbands are good for 1 trip through each of the haunted locations and can be used over multiple nights. From the bottom of our hearts – Thank You for supporting The Haunting of Keystone!
– Holy Terror Days Association
Tickets are non-refundable
Ordering Tickets and Wristbands Online is EASY!
Buy Your Tickets and & the Receipt (either on your phone or printed out) to the Ticketing Office located at Big Thunder Gold Mine or Rush Mountain Adventure Park
Four NEW Haunts.
One Great Price.
School From Hell | Keystone Schoolhouse Museum
Wicked Little Miners | Big Thunder Gold Mine
Haunted Forest | Big Thunder Forest
Contagion | Rushmore Cave
$10 per attraction
$30 for all four attractions
Shuttle transportation included with wristband purchase.
Season Nine Dates:
October 12-13, 19-21, 26-28
7pm-11pm Fri/Sat, 7pm-9pm Sun
On Location Ticket sales from 6pm-9pm Fri/Sat nights, 6pm-8pm Sun nights or until sold out, whichever is earlier.
For more information, please call:
(605) 666-4896 or visit our Facebook Page
Join The Scream Team!
The Haunting of Keystone is looking for volunteers for our 9th annual fundraising event.
We’ve got openings for
Click to sign up online
Scare actors, prop builders, makeup artists & other support staff. In addition to the satisfaction of scaring people for charity, all volunteers receive a free meal on show nights, entry into a drawing for cash and prizes worth hundreds of dollars, and a gas stipend for those who have to drive to Keystone.
Plus, volunteers who work for three or more nights will receive an official Haunting of Keystone Staff t-shirt, a special goodie bag, and a complimentary Rush Mountain Adventure Park ticket.
Join the Scream Team in the biggest & best-haunted house production in the Black Hills! All proceeds go to the Holy Terror Association for charitable projects in the Keystone area. “Scaring is caring.”