Archive: Best Decorated Halloween Houses of La Crosse 2021
Winnebago Street Haunt
2141 Winnebago Street
You’ll be treated to a real scare-fest at the Winnebago Street Haunt. Lots of creepy characters make this display a real fright. A giant Pumpkinhead, a creepy baby, and ghoulish lighting are sure to leave you in a state of panic.
You might already be familiar with this otherworldly display, The Monsters on Market Street is a brightly light display right off of Losey Boulevard. Featuring a 10 foot tall Skeleton and Scarecrow and many other fun and colorful terrors to explore. Make sure to stop by this creepy creation on your ominous outing.
The Knights and Dragons display features a hauntingly good vibe complete with skeletons stirring up a spooky concoction, dragons duking it out with knights, and giant spiders illuminating the yard. And if it doesn’t rain and temps are above the 30’s, if you show up on All Hallows Eve, you’ll get a special treat with added animatronics and other displays that will be shown exclusively on Halloween night only. But if you’re going on Halloween, make sure to get there early because the display will only be available until 7:30 PM.
Viewing Hours: Dusk until 11PM (Except Halloween Night, Closes at 7:30)
It’s time to show the kids that Halloween isn’t just about candy – though there will plenty of that, too! It’s all about celebrating your favorite holiday with fun – especially when battling a dragon is involved. That’s right, the skeletons are coming out this year to battle the dragon. This display has skeletons guarding the gate to the house, great halloween lighting, plenty of pumpkins, inflatable halloween decorations, and on Halloween there will be talking pumpkins that tell stories. You’ll want to check out all of the thrills of the Skeletons vs. Dragon display this spooky season.
Do you dare walk down Main Street this Halloween? This Halloween house display may scare even the bravest of souls, but will not disappoint! You’ll find a graveyard with spooky sayings on the tombstones, gothic fencing and fun props. The many freaky and frightening characters of the graveyard await. You won’t want to miss this taste of SCARE-adise.
What tricks are waiting for you in the Town of Shelby? How about visiting the spooky little fun house on Ward Avenue featuring lots of pumpkin decorations, inflatable jack-o-lanterns and an inflatable scarecrow. Great for younger children. The atmosphere is a real treat so make sure to stop by!
This Halloween display features a yard filled with treats, kids and adults alike will love exploring all of the decorations. The yard is filled with skeletons including a skeleton riding a tractor, one mowing the lawn, even one roasting marshmallows over a fire. The Schultz house features an entertaining spooky space that won’t soon be forgotten.
If you’re not afraid of anything, then this is the place for you, skeletons, witches, ghouls, spiders, and even Freddie Krueger himself. Experience all of your favorite monsters here! You scream, I scream, we all scream for The Scare on Sixteenth St.
They’re preparing for the creepiest day of the year at The Crypt on Cass. It’s one frightening affair that lights up an eerie orange glow with skeletons burying bodies, witches, and ghosts hanging around. This spine-tingling display will have you wanting to eat, drink, and be buried.
You’ll find plenty of spooky-sights at the Wagoner House. Expect skulls, ghosts, skeletons, and more scattered throughout the yard resembling a haunted cemetery. A great display of spooky decorations ready for all of those brave the walk through to proclaim, “Trick or Treat!”
This year, the ghosts and goblins took over the front yard of this south side home on 29th Street. Kids will enjoy the spooky inflatables and creepy cool cemetery. The person in the swing sends shivers down your spine as they swing slowly back and forth in the wind, do they know you’re there?
Visitors are sure to have a spine-chilling good time when they visit The Horseman’s Hollow. This haunted yard features a spooky pumpkin patch and animatronic scarecrow, some great lighting effects, a headless horseman, and more treats to feed your need for Halloween fun.
Some scary good skills went into this haunting Halloween display, it’s got spook-tacular lighting, and with the wide cast of characters; skeletons, a scarecrow, a witch, a tree filled with flying ghosts, you’ll have nowhere to hide!
This Halloween asking for candy will be the boring part for Trick or Treaters, the fun part will be exploring the horrors that lurk in yards like the one at the Olson House Orchard, if you’re brave enough to go there in the first place.