Search

11 Katy Spooky Halloween Homes Not to Miss

KATY MAGAZINE NEWS

October 29, 2021

By Natalie Cook Clark


Halloween weekend has arrived and many local homes have gone extra this year in decorations. Load up the family for a Halloween decoration drive-by tour and don’t miss these Spooktacular homes!

Photo credit: Mike McFarlen


Something Wicked this way Comes...

This season, Katy homes are going all out with Halloween decorations. Check out our list of the most festive and spookiest local homes! Which is your favorite?




It’s All Just Some Hocus Pocus

28707 Valley Crest Lane (Cross Creek Ranch)


Photo credit: Brandi Hunt


Just outside of Katy in Fulshear families can enjoy a home displaying some pretty familiar witches. Look out for the Sanderson sisters and this Hocus Pocus inspired home sure to thrill any fan of the cult classic film.


Photo credit: Brandi Hunt

And don't forget Billy...


Photo credit: Brandi Hunt


 

Rock ‘n’ Roll to the Bone

Kingsland Boulevard and Houghton (Nottingham)


Photo credit: Carmen Revolorio.

For 20 years, the Revolorio family have entertained the Katy community their fun and relevant skeleton tales. This year their inspiration continues to draw inspiration from the pandemic. Last year was a marathon while this year is a rock concert, demonstrating that many missed during the pandemic.


Photo credit: Carmen Revolorio.


Don’t miss Katy Magazine’s feature on the Revolorio and the history of their skeleton crew!


Photo credit: Carmen Revolorio.




 

Lights, Camera, and... Skeletons

Cinco Ranch II on Wedgeoak Drive (Cinco Ranch)


Photo credit: Mike McFarlen


Skeletons go bump in the night at this Cinco Ranch home.


Photo credit: Mike McFarlen


Don't miss the details and creatures posing up from the ground!


 

A New Cemetery in Town

Abby Aldrich (Williamsburg Settlement)


Photo credit: Rachel Trevino-Camacho


Look out for the spooky reaper at the “Williamsburg Cemetery." And yes, it's still spooky in the daylight!


Photo credit: Rachel Trevino-Camacho


 

Dark Angel of Attention

Behind Cimarron Elementary (Heritage Square)


Photo credit: Velvet Cook


This season a young Katy boy (and a BIG Halloween fan) saved his money to help pay for a truly terrifying decoration. The animated “Dark Angel” received much social media attention as an anonymous neighbor put a note on the door requesting the décor to be removed. It is still up for all those who want to enjoy it and share in a boy’s Halloween delight.


Don’t miss Katy Magazine’s feature on this “Dark Angel” that has had people talking this Halloween season.

 

Skeleton Pirates, Afterlife Carriage, and Zombies

Fort Stockton and Red Bay (Sundown Glen)


Photo credit: Mary McCreary


Skeletons take all forms in this Katy yard. Pirates, zombies, and even a skeleton horse pulling a spooky carriage are present and accounted for. The lit-up carriage shows a skeleton at rest as more skeletons struggle to pop up from beyond the grave.

 

A Freight at Every Corner

Cinco Ranch Boulevard and Cinco Park Place (Cinco Ranch)


Photo credit: Marie Balderas


This corner house delivers freights at all directions!


Photo credit: Marie Balderas


Look out for that spider!



Photo credit: Marie Balderas


Look to the trees for terror and frieghts!


 

Spooky Green Glow and Skeletons

830 Sierra Lake Drive (Cimarron)


Photo credit: Janae Krell


From Tombstones, skeletons and that creep alter...this Katy home went all out in detail and design!


 

Giant Pumpkin-Head Skeleton

29039 Nectar Island (Young Ranch)


Photo credit: Kristin Mahoney


No one passing by this house can miss their spooky decor! From a skeleton carriage toting a coffin to the very LARGE skeleton with a pumpkin-head. This house definitely warrants a spot on our "extra" list for going all out for Halloween!

 

Oxley Family Haunted House

Parsonsfield Lane (Cinco Ranch)


Photo credit: Natasha Oxley


When three young Katy girls wanted a haunted house, their parents delivered! The Oxley family transformed their garage into a family-friendly haunted house. Look for their daughter’s tiny handprints throughout the exhibit.


The Oxley Haunted House is open Fridays and Saturdays 6:00- 8:00 p.m. and then 6:00- 9:30 p.m. on Halloween.

 

Something Terrifying

6123 Dovetail Cliff Court (Elyson)


Photo credit: Michael Flores


Halloween is a big deal to the Flores family and Michael Flores knows how to bring the freights. Check out his décor and truly terrifying haunted house. WARNING: It is not recommended for children or those who easily scare!


The haunted house will be free and open to the public, this Halloween 6:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m. (longer if people are still there.)



 

Katy has so many incredibly decorated homes for all seasons. Did we miss your favorite Katy spooky house? Tell us about it!


Do you still need that perfect pumpkin? Check out these local Pumpkin Patches.


Katy has so much fun to offer this weekend. Mark your calendar for these local events.


MORE KATY MAGAZINE

Follow Katy Magazine on Facebook for more current news.


#CRRG #TheKatyGym