From monsters on Main St. to witches + webs in Warner Park – Chattanooga is adorned with some frighteningly festive Halloween decor. We recently asked where we can find the best holiday decorations around town and you really delivered.
Check out the list below, load up the car, and take the family on a tricked out tour of Chattanooga’s most Halloween-themed streets and neighborhoods.
💀 Most hair-raising homes
368 Middle View Drive, Ringgold, GA | You’ve got to check out dozens of skeletons in Creeks End Cemetery. There’s even a skeleton driving a black carriage. We found this one and some other spooky spots through the Chattanooga Ghost Tours decorating contest. Check that out here. (Photo below)
8287 Stillwater Circle, Ooltewah | This home earns the name “Halloween Madness,” as submitted to Chattanooga Ghost Tours. There’s a ton to see in the daytime, and at night it looks like it gets even spookier. There’s what looks like a tall and terrifying clown. Bonus: The home is also accepting non-perishable food donations for the Samaritan Center in Ooltewah, so if you drive by, drop one in the barrel outside. (Photo below)
Hamilton on Hunter subdivision, Ooltewah | Our tipster told us this spooky home glows at night under a giant skeleton. You can find that + a dead doll cemetery on the corner of White Tail Drive + Parsons Pond Drive.
👻 Festive and funny front yards
Stanley Avenue, East Brainerd | Two homes at the end of East Brainerd subdivision (corner of Stanley Avenue + Dudley Road) have fall festival decorations with a ghost here and there. If you’re looking for pumpkins and decorations that won’t make you scream in fright, check these out. (Photo below)
Timberlinks neighborhood, Signal Mountain | Careful! Here the ghosts are floating throughout the trees. We saw a video of this yard too, and you’ve got to see the ghosts flying high above. Consider going before dark for this one. (Photo below)
1311 Mercer St., Lupton City | Check out this address to see humorous haunts, like Ned who is dead because he lost his head. 🧟♂️
2101 Lyndon Ave. | Here lies an eerie backyard cemetery with “Pearl E. Gates” marking one of the headstones.
2035 Lyndon Ave. | Nearby the backyard cemetery, you’ll see an evil-eyed pumpkin and more bewitching features.
🦇 Battiest businesses
Harris Law Firm, 544 E. Main St. | If you’re strolling down Main Street, check out what the law firm has in its windows. There are some scary statues to give you chills.
Southside Pizza, 612 E. Main Street | While you’re passing by the law office, stroll one door down and get some pizza while you’re at it — you’ll have to cross through some creepy cobwebs first. (Photo below)