As you plan your Halloween festivities, don’t miss some of the amazing and fun decorations and attractions that your neighbors are providing!
Fall is looking great around Charlotte, whether you’re looking for something spooky or totally kid-friendly! Check out our HUGE list of fall festivals, a big list of Halloween parties, Trick or Treat events, and our list of pumpkin patches, haunted trails and corn mazes!
We are listing a few impressive displays here. We know that there are more, and we will add to this list as long as we hear about the homeowner or resident that they would like to be listed, or if they use a website or social media to publicly promote their display. We will share as much or as little as you want!
If you do go to visit these, please be considerate of the residents, who have put so much time into the displays, as well as their neighbors.
Union Street in Concord
The house at Union Street and Buffalo Avenue in Concord, NC, has one of the most incredible yard displays around. It features several full-sized skeleton-horses pulling carriages of skeletons, and much more.
The well-known “Halloween House” on Commonwealth Avenue in Charlotte is going to feature a creepy carnival in the front yard this year. There’s a ferris wheel, a 12-foot animatronic skeleton, carnival games, and a walk-through carnival tent that will feature animatronic creatures. The main night will be Halloween, but it might be up and running during the weekend as well, depending on weather. If you’re coming from Plaza Midwood, turn left on Commonwealth and drive up a bit. You can’t miss it.
Skeletons for St. Jude’s
Skeletons for St. Jude’s a grassroots project where people decorate their yard with massive skeletons for Halloween, and invite guests to make a donation to St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital.
One to check out is on 152 Bushney Loop, Mooresville. They call their haunt Nightmare Manor on Bushney Loop. There’s a walk-thru tunnel. They’ll be open from 7 to 10 p.m. every night through Halloween.
To find a home near you, consult the map on skeletonsforhope.org!
McAdenville might be best known for its Christmas lights, but the Hammond family, at 508 Chamberlain Court, McAdenville, also puts on an impressive Halloween light display, which is synchronized to music, along with a spooky yard display.
Look for updates on the HammondFamilyLights Facebook page.
If you’re close to Lincolnton (readers in Dallas, Gastonia, and Denver are) head to 411 E. Dixon Street, Lincolnton, for an impressive Halloween light show, Isenhour Lights. The lights go on Friday, October 14th, 2022. Check back soon for the schedule. Follow Isenhour Lights on Facebook for updates, and to make sure that weather isn’t interfering with plans.
A family in the SouthPark area has a display of skeletons on their front yard, which might not seem that unusual, except they rearrange the display every day in October!
You can find the display on Tyndale Avenue in Beverly Woods. You can’t miss it.
Follow them on @tyndaleskeletons on Instagram to see their latest pictures!
More Halloween events
Check out our list of Halloween events, or look at a quick list here: