Spooky season has arrived, and there's no better way to get into the holiday spirit than by having the living daylights scared out of you.

Bat City Scaregrounds is a 15 acre haunted house attraction in Austin that is sure to send you running for the hills. Bat City is located at 14101 South Turnersville Road, 78610, only 15 miles from downtown Austin and San Marcos.

Opening Soon

The entertainment complex opens Friday, September 24th and is fully dedicated to all things horror.  Following opening weekend, the horror themed park will remain open on weekends 'til November 6th, giving you plenty of time to celebrate the season.

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Multiple Attractions

Your admission ticket opens the door to not 1, not 2, but 3 horrifying haunted houses.

You'll find yourself screaming for mercy as you make your way through Castle Orlock, Ancient Evil, and Clownocalypse 3D.

Not only does Bat City give you a chance to experience the horror of their haunted houses, but you'll be terrifyingly delighted with live musical acts and Vegas style performances which include fire performers! Plus, Bat City also features a giant movie screen and numerous treats and eats to enjoy during your visit.

Not For the Weak of Heart

While most haunted houses are family friendly, the folks at Bat City urge parents to use extreme caution if they choose to visit with their children.

Attractions at Bat City are not recommended for those under the age of 12. While you and your kids won't be turned away, refunds are not offered for those who get too scared.

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Halloween Costumes for those in Wheelchairs at Target

Halloween is right around the corner and it's one of my favorite holidays.

I always stress about my Halloween costume and now that I am a Mom, that hasn't changed. I started planning our Halloween costumes in August.

Halloween costume shopping can be tough, especially for those in wheelchairs and who have certain disabilities. My cousin Kelly has special needs and since she has some trouble walking, whenever she wears a dress, it has to be a short one. My Mom has hemmed many of her dresses in the past.

Target has the most wonderful Halloween costumes for children and adults who have a special need like a wheelchair, walker or any other disability that might make it difficult for them to be in a costume or go trick or treating.