2022 Haunted Houses & Scary Things to do, now with Scare Level Ratings

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Haunted Houses & Haunted Mazes in Michigan

Want to celebrate the spooky season with Halloween activities like a visit to a Haunted Attraction? Here’s what you need to know before going to a Haunted House near you: One size does not fit all.

Parental judgment is the biggest “rule” when it comes to an age limit for haunted houses in Michigan. You know your child the best. In my own family, my nine-year-old is gangbusters for getting freaked out, whereas my 15-year-old wants nothing to do with it. This is definitely not the time for forced family fun.

If you dare to track down all of these Michigan haunted houses, haunted corn mazes, and yes, even a haunted ship – you’ll be driving for the better part of a day.

With all that said, here’s a list of local favorites and top Haunted Attractions in Michigan:

Haunted Hayrides, Haunted Mazes, Haunted Houses & More

Haunted Hayride, Haunted Woods, Haunted House, Haunted Maze in Southwest Michigan

Niles Scream Park

855 Mayflower Rd, Niles, MI 49120
(269) 687-3327

About This Haunted Hayride, Haunted Woods, Haunted House, Haunted Maze
Niles Scream Park offers 44 acres of blood-curdling fear! Six major attractions are rebuilt each year to provide you with completely new and unique shows.

Attractions include Niles Haunted House – there are over 100 different paths through the attraction and it’s impossible to see it all with less than seven trips.

The Field of Screams – It starts with a visit to a New Orleans style cemetery. After that you will encounter mazes, clowns, monsters and zombies. If you are really lucky, you may make it to the final tunnel and hope the dark will keep the monsters off your tracks long enough for you to get out!

Haunted Hayride – a tractor drawn wagon and ride the Dark Terror-tory Haunted Hayride. The trail is approximately a mile long and filled with more than 30 sets that are woven together into a narrative that changes each year.

Bonus – There’s a Midway filled with games, roaming monsters, concessions, and other scary delights.

Tickets start at $10. If you don't have a reservation, you will be charged an extra $5 at the gate.

Open Fridays & Saturdays in October from 7 PM - 11 PM and Sundays from 7 PM - 10 PM.

Black Out Weekend (experience the attractions in total darkness) on November 4 - 5 from 7 PM - 10 PM.

No exchanges or refunds.

Scare Level & Age Limits
4 out of 5. The hayride and the midway attractions are not recommended for children under the age of 6. No carrying children.

This attraction is geared to scare high school through young adults. If we can scare Notre Dame football players, we can scare you.

There is a “No Scare Zone” on the Midway to serve as a safe haven for anyone who needs to escape the scary. This area is free of charge and perfect for chaperones and young children.

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