Tahoe Terror Haunted Walkway at the Tallac Historic Site
Friday - Sunday, October 19-21, 2018, 6:00 - 8:00 pm, Tahoe Terror Interactive haunted walkway at the Pope-Baldwin Estates, on the Tallac Historic Site grounds.
Tempt your fate in Tahoe Terror at the Baldwin Estate, Lake Tahoe's most haunting Halloween experience. Step into the transformed Baldwin Estate which will feature unimaginable scares, yet unsolved historical mysteries and ghoulish thrills that can’t be found anywhere else. This event has all the ingredients of a truly spectacular outdoor Halloween experience.
Escorts will guide you through the strange happenings on the haunted grounds of the Baldwin Estate. Of course, the most devote locals can tell you all about the creepy sounds that permeate the grounds when the air starts to chill each autumn. Tahoe Terror at the Baldwin Estate is your chance to witness firsthand the unseemly nightly hauntings of the early 20th Century Baldwin family and servants.
This haunted walkway is put on by South Tahoe High School’s Thunderclap AV Club and Key Club and hosted at the Tallac Historic Site by the Tahoe Heritage Foundation and U.S. Forest Service.
When you purchase a ticket, select a 30-minute arrival window (note: you can arrive anytime during that window). The haunted experience will take about 15 minutes. While the whole family is welcome to attend any showing, the 6:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. window is designed to be friendly to children under 11-years-old.
The Tahoe Terror walk runs for three nights, October 19-21 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. nightly. Tickets are $10 per person and can be purchased here: https://tahoeheritage.salsalabs.org/hauntedwalkway2018/index.html.
All proceeds benefit South Tahoe High School and Tahoe Heritage Foundation non-profit Tallac Historic Site.
* Tickets are available in advance in person at the Baldwin Museum or by phone at 530-541-5227.
The Tallac Historic Site is located 2 miles past the intersection of Highway 50 and Highway 89, just past Camp Richardson, on the lake side of Highway 89. Please turn right on the street with the sign “Valhalla.” If the parking lot is full, feel free to park along Hwy 89 outside entrance. Due to the limited parking spaces at Valhalla, we encourage carpooling, bike riding and good old-fashioned walking. Parking is allowed in designated spaces only.