Over the last century Old Fort Abraham Lincoln has become a place of haunting stories and supernatural sightings? It has become a place where a faint whisper in the dark becomes voices of the past echoing through time? A place where the sound of retreating footsteps in the night alerts all of your senses? How does a place like Fort Abraham Lincoln become…haunted? Fort Abraham Lincoln was a place of truths, with real stories that grew into myths and now, it is a place of paranormal legends.
Fort Abraham Lincoln has long been recognized as one of a few haunted places in North Dakota. The Custer House, a reconstruction of the commanding officer’s quarters that was once there, still holds a place in the top ten most haunted buildings in North Dakota. The house reflects over 100 years of history, including paranormal myths and legends. Could it really be haunted?
Every October, “The Haunted Fort” rises from the darkness to terrify the innocent and play its sinister games with the minds of those who dare to visit. Those brave souls know that Haunted Fort delivers a scare unlike any haunted place in the region.
Haunted Fort is #1 for terrifying fun in North Dakota State Parks. One of our new features in 2017 returns this year “The Battlefield,” Save the world when you try your skills at killing live zombies. “The Battlefield” is the first zombie paintball gallery in the region. Make a plan to protect your friends and experience the dark legends of North Dakota’s #1 haunted attraction, “The Haunted Fort.”
Join the terrifing fun at the Haunted Fort this October at Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park
There are no refunds for any reason, so purchase at your own risk.
The Haunted Fort event employs strobe lighting, fog machines, startling noises and props, and other special effects designed to startle and disorient visitors. Visitors will also experience low visibility, ramps, uneven ground, and participants may be separated from their group.
We DO NOT recommend you should participate if you are pregnant, have claustrophobia, are prone to seizures, and/or have heart or respiratory conditions.
We will not admit individuals, who appear intoxicated, wearing any type of medical cast, brace, or are on crutches. Individuals wearing any type of Halloween mask, or full head cover.
**Due to the nature of the historic buildings, and surrounding grounds. Mazes and haunted attractions are not wheelchair accessible.
No photography or videography is allowed while in a maze or Haunted Attraction.
Smoking is NOT allowed anywhere in or around Haunted Fort, this includes waiting outside the attractions, and Commissary courtyard, the Haunted Fort Guard
Food or beverages are NOT allowed on the Haunted Fort tour
Disorderly conduct, touching of staff, props, sets, and decorations, and demeaning actors while touring Haunted Fort is NOT allowed and you will be removed.
Haunted Fort is an intense and scary Halloween experience at Fort Abraham Lincoln. We DO NOT recommend children under the age of 13.
*Any child under the age of 6 will not be allowed entrance into the Haunted Fort event.
**For children 12 and under we recommend attending our Halloween Kids Bash held on Sunday Oct. 21st 2018
The following is a list posted of prohibited items for this event:
Drugs & Drug Paraphernalia
Flashlights And Laser Pointers
Outside Food & Beverage
Confiscated items will not be returned
FOR THE SAFTEY AND PROTECTION OF OUR VISITORS, STAFF, AND VOLUNTEERS. PARK LAW ENFORCEMENT HAVE THE RIGHT REFUSE ENTRANCE OR TO REMOVE ANYONE FROM THE EVENT NOT FOLLOWING POLICIES OR STAFF INSTRUCTION AND/OR TO REDUCE THE RISK OF INJUY.