Desoto Asylum is a FREE intense walk-through haunted house experience like nothing else in the tri-state area! We’re part of Haunts Against Hunger, we’re collecting nonperishable food items for those in need this holiday season. Patients visiting Desoto Asylum are asked to please bring a nonperishable food item.
In 2021 we collected a record 1138 pounds of food, enough to feed 300 families. All food collected was donated to Firehouse Ministry in Needles California. Help us set a new record this year, but please check the dates, people can’t eat dated food.
*Food item is NOT required for entry.
We’re a family-run haunted house that has been in operation since 2008. We strive to find new ways to scare our guests and to make our haunted house a believable and enjoyable experience for everyone.
We completely change the layout and design every year and work starts months before opening. We put lots of hard work and soul into making Desoto Asylum and hope you will come out and see what we have created.
Check out our back story here on the Back Story page and more patient stories can be found on the Stories page.
Check out our Facebook page for the most up-to-date information and media. We can also be found on Instagram and YouTube.
Come back in December for “The Krampus Encounter” St. Nicolas isn’t coming this year! Instead a much darker ancient spirit. He and his helpers did not come to give, but to take.
“The Krampus Encounter” is an intense holiday haunted house walkthrough experience like nothing else in the tri-state area!
FAQ page with information about what days we are open, our hours, and our location can be found below.
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