Just because Halloween only comes once a year, doesn't mean you can't scare yourself silly during the other eleven months. The Clown Motel in Nevada is the perfect spot for any horror fan, with haunted rooms galore and hundreds of creepy clowns scattered throughout. Take a trip and stay the night...if you dare.

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The Clown Motel in Tonopah, Nevada, plays on just that angle, brining everything spooky into the spotlight for a truly memorable visit.

Depending on your bravery level, you can stay the night in one of the themed rooms which feature movie favorites like It or The Exorcist.

Narcity confirmed that rooms start at $69 plus tax for a suite, but prices vary depending on when you plan to visit and the room size you book.

According to the Town of Tonopah, the motel sits next to an old cemetery in town and earned itself the title of "America's Scariest Motel."

The website also notes that there are over 600 figurines on-site, all of which the previous owner deemed "happy clowns." People continue to mail them to the current owner to this day.

You can call ahead to make reservations, as spaces can be limited depending on how many ghost hunters and spook fans are visiting.

The desolate backdrop of the small town adds to the overall scary movie vibe.

It almost feels like you've stumbled across a real-life film set complete with every terrifying element you could wish for.

If you love all things spooky, this spot will give you thrills and chills.

Just because you have to wait for All Hallows Eve and everything pumpkin-spiced doesn't mean you can't get a head start.

Make sure to bring some sage before you hit the hay, although the ghosts may only want to make you laugh rather than scare you.

The Clown Motel

Price: Varies by room

Address: 521 N. Main St., Tonopah, NV

Why You Need To Go: Get yourself in the spooky season mode and stop by this surreal motel for a little scare.

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