Announcing the 2019 Haunted Taft Full Moon Tour Schedule
About Haunted Taft
Hear about the mysterious Ghost Schooner of Siletz Bay, the spooky goings-on at the Oregon Coast’s oldest continuously operated pub, an eerie local Bigfoot sighting, and much more during this spine-chilling walking tour of Historic Taft.
Tickets on Sale Now
Just like the spirits of Taft, our tickets vanish quickly. Order now before it’s too late.
More Haunted Taft October tour dates will be posted shortly.
$20 – Adults
$10 – Ages 8-17
(not recommended for children under 8)
The tour lasts approximately one and a half hours and covers just under a mile of walking on flat surface. The walking route is wheelchair accessible. The tour is conducted rain or (moon)shine. We have heavy rain ponchos to loan in case of light rain.
Tours depart from the Sapphire Center, 4840 SE Hwy 101, Lincoln City, OR 97367. Please try to arrive 10 minutes early to sign in for your tour.
A few parking spaces are available behind the Sapphire Center. (Please park only in spaces marked business or guests.) There is ample street parking available behind the Sapphire Center on SE Inlet Avenue. Additional parking is available in the public parking lot on SE Inlet Avenue.
Chinook Winds Casino Resort
Chinook Winds Casino Resort provides transportation on dark and stormy nights to get our guests from ghost to ghoul to Bigfoot in comfort and style.
You haven’t been scared by a skeleton until you’ve been scared by one that’s 75 million years old. For a look at skeletons and bones from another epoch, be sure to visit our sponsor, Prehistoric. This is the only place in Lincoln City that’s haunted by velociraptors, ankylosauruses and those frightening, little trilobites.
Ghost loggers and a Bigfoot are one thing. A ghost T-Rex is quite another. Visit them if you dare.
A Tour to Die For
Lincoln City is far more haunted than you’d expect. In October, embark on a journey through local legend and see history come to life at Taft Pioneer Cemetery. Departing from the Lincoln City Cultural Center, these night tours give you a fascinating glimpse of Lincoln City’s past through the eyes of the cemetery’s permanent residents. A Tour To Die For is a collaboration between the North Lincoln County Historical Museum, Taft Pioneer Cemetery Association, and Theatre West. Stories about the residents of the Cemetery are united with actors to literally bring the history of Lincoln City to life.
Sapphire Center is where you find positive energy. Come early here to gather for Haunted Taft and see their vast array of local artwork, jewelry, crystals and collectibles. The Center hosts local practitioners who can assist customers with energetic healing, card readings and meditation.