Funtober Haunted Houses

Haunted Houses in Michigan for Halloween 2016

Locate local 2016 Halloween haunted houses in Michigan at the Funtober directory of haunted attractions.  Funtober lists all the current haunted houses, haunted hayrides, haunted trails, haunted corn mazes and more this Halloween season.  Expect to find all the states wolverines, zombies, devils, vampires, witches, and aliens including some Spartans and maybe a buckeye or two.

We have separate attraction links and listings for haunted houses USAhaunted corn mazes, haunted trails, haunted zombie paintballhaunted forests, haunted hayrides, and ghost tours.

Funtober also lists America’s Best Top 100 Haunted Houses in 2013 (with videos).

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Detroit Haunted Houses

As the car capital of the world, the Motor City has been delivering personal transportation to the world for almost one hundred years.  Halloween haunted houses are a popular form of scary fun every year.  Expect to find some of the best haunts in the Detroit area.

Erebus, 18 South Perry St., Pontiac MI
Erebus is named after “the darkness beneath the earth which the dead must pass through to get to hades.” Sounds a little scary and it is. Open since 2000, Erebus Haunted House is nationally recognized as one of the largest and scariest haunted houses in Michigan and the country. It is 4 stories of state of the art special effects terror. Lots of zombies, ghouls, and creatures of the underworld. At Erebus you can expect to travel the terrifying journey through Dr. Colber’s time machine. View experimental surgery, the dead stalking the living, and extremely long outside wait lines to enter.  The fall season for Erebus opens Friday, September 18th, 2015.  Sunday times are from 6 pm to 11pm, Friday’s and Saturday’s until 1 pm and the rest of the week from 7 pm to 11 pm.  Depending on the date tickets run $16 to $28.  Erebus is a Funtober Favorite 100 and one of the top 100 most popular haunt attractions in the country.

The Realm of Darkness, 37 Turk, Pontiac, MI 48341
The Realm of Darkness features the evil wizard and a second complete haunt called House of Nightmares 3-D.   This is an all new 2015 show.  The attraction opens September 18th.  The times are Friday and Saturday nights in September from 8 pm to 12 am and during October from 7:00 pm to 1:00 am. Tickets are $13-23 for Realm of Darkness attraction.  A ticket for House of Nightmares 3D is $13.  The combo ticket is $30.  Check their website for a Sunday – Thursday discount coupon.  Note there has been real paranormal activity reported on this property.

Holly Shop of Horror, Highland MI  (permanently closed)

Blake’s Halloween – 71485 North Avenue, Armada, MI 48005
Blake’s has operated the farm, greenhouses, and cider mill for over 20 years. This is one of the largest cider mills and activity centers in Michigan. I used to live near Detroit and this became one of our family’s favorites in the fall. Blake’s Halloween runs every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night from September 18th.  They have a live DJ, food tent, and free cider and donuts. Also enjoy outdoor movies and bonfires under the stars every night.  The haunted attractions are Spookyland 3D Maze, Zombie Paintball Safari, 3-Story Haunted Barn, and the Nighttime Spooky Hayride. Tickets have several pricing combinations based on how many attractions you want to go through. Add attractions for more or children and Sunday for less.   I highly recommend Blake’s for lots of fun.

Slaughtered at Sundown, 71800 Romeo Plank Road, Romeo MI
There is both a Haunted House and Haunted Hayride at Slaughtered at Sundown. Doors open at 7 pm. Tickets are $15 for each attraction or both for $25. You can wear costumes but no masks at Slaughtered. Slaughtered at Sundown is open Friday and Saturday nights beginning September 25th.

Tunnel of Terror, Rochester MI
Presented by the Rochester Area Jaycees, Tunnel of Terror is a haunted house maze of mayhem, darkness, and horror. It is open weekends starting October 9th.  The address is Rochester Municipal Park at 816 Ludlow, Rochester, MI 48307. Tickets are only $13. Open most Friday and Saturday nights in October from 7:30 pm to 10:30 pm.

Bloodbath on Biddle – 4560 Biddle Ave., Wyandotte, MI
This annual haunted house is put on by the Wyandotte Jaycees.  This year is is call Delirium.  It is one of the largest and longest running attractions in the area.  Fun starts at 7:00 pm and lasts on Friday and Saturday until 12:00 am or 10:00 pm on other nights.  The whole community really gets behind this haunt.  Lots of scary fun.

Panic at Proud Lake, starts at Heavner Canoe Rental.  (No haunt for 2015 but they are have two harvest festival weekends.)

Corn Fun Corn Maze – 9391 Lindsey Lane (29 Mile Rd.), Casco, MI 48064
In 2015 there will not be a haunted event.  They are continuing the family fun attraction corn maze.  It operates every Friday, Saturday and Sunday beginning in September.  They feature two corn mazes, a petting zoo, daytime hayrides, evening courtyard fun and bonfires.

Haunted Farm of Terror, 28405 26 Mile Road, Lenox Township, Macomb County, MI
The Haunted Farm of Terror has operated for over 10 years on this 20 acre farmland. There is both a haunted hayride and haunted house.  There is also a Road Kill Café and Gift Shop onsite. Some say ” the haunted hayride is to die for”. The attractions start on Friday, September 18th.  Doors open at 7 pm and close at 1 am on Friday and Saturday and 11 pm on other nights. Tickets are $22 for the combo 2 attraction ticket or $16 for individual attractions.  They also have a zombie paintball shoot.

 Panic at Pine Stump Hollow, 6310 Gratiot Avenue, St Clair, MI 48079
It takes about 30 minutes to go through Panic at Pine Stump Hollow. It runs on Friday and Saturday beginning September 25th.  Doors are open from dusk to midnight. Tickets are $12 for the haunted house, $12 for the haunted forest, and $20 as a combination ticket.

Salem’s Haunted Village, 5411 Hickman Road, Capac MI.  (Closed for 2015)

The Fear Factory, Mount Clemens MI
Held at the popular Gibraltar Trade Center, Mount Clemens, MI 48043 , The Fear Factory is approximately 30 minutes of relentless terror. “The fear stops only after your heart does.” Fear Factory opens September 18th with $12 tickets. October tickets are $18.  Open weekends with lots of weeknight dates also.  This haunts opens at 7:00 pm. Expect to see terrible clowns, blood, creepy creatures, and some undead victims.

Lansing Haunted Houses

Expect the Maize and Blue to bury the Spartans this year, making the haunted houses around East Lansing ripe with the fresh souls of student athletes.

Terror on 27, 8691 S. Bagley Road, Ashley, MI 48806
Do not take a wrong turn onto Terror on 27. There are three attractions. Insanity is the original house of terror now featuring a tunnel of delirium which takes you to the gates of hell. Entanglement is a mineshaft featuring a waterfall of blood. Animosity is a haunted maze attraction. Terror on 27 runs from Friday, October 2nd.   The times are Sunday from 7 pm to 10 pm and Friday and Saturday until midnight. Tickets for one attraction are $7. Two attractions are $12. All three attractions cost $15.

Slaughterhouse Adventure & Grand River Corn Maze, Fowlerville, Michigan
Slaughterhouse Adventure is described as a blood bath and beyond for their 30 minute ride. It is located at 5781 Grand River, Fowlerville, Michigan, 48836. It is open on Friday and Saturday in October between 7:30 pm until the last body falls. Expect to experience a tree falling, killer chase scene, flying saucers, a dragon, car wreck, machine gun, and a 40 foot firewall. Tickets for the Slaughterhouse attraction are $15. The Haunted Maze is $15. The Haunted Hayride ticket is $15. You can purchase a combo ticket of 2 attractions for $25 or all three for $36.  Parking is free. The Haunted House kicks off on September 25th.  Slaughterhouse Adventure has all new scenes and scares for 2015.

Shawhaven Haunted Farm – 1826 Rolfe Road, Mason, Michigan, 48854
Shawhaven Haunted Farm is open on Friday and Saturday nights starting October 25nd.  The times are 7 pm to 11 pm. Tickets are $10 to Samara’s Boarding House, $10 for the Wagons of Fear, and $10 for Dead Maze Corn Maze. A combo ticket runs $25 for all three.  They also have a non-scary corn maze ticket for $6 or a Last Ride scare for $4.

Battle Creek Haunted Houses

Cereal City keeps the ghosts happy with a good breakfast, so you’ll have to go to this nearby haunted house to find some scares.

Haunted Trail River Walk, 900 S. Marshall, Marshall, MI
Haunted Trail is located at Marshall’s River walk. It runs from 7:30 pm to 11:00 pm with Johnny Octane vs. the Underworld playing.  It has operated for over 20 years. Tickets are just $8.  It runs October 16th, 17th, 23rd, and 24th.

Haunted Adventure at Turkeyville – 18935 15 1/2 Mile Road, Marshall, MI 49068
Cornwell’s turkeyville is open Saturday and Sunday in October.  Tickets are $10.  They feature a corn maze, Ghoulish Hay Ride, House of Illusions, and a Spooky Train Ride.  Also check out the pumpkin patch.  They are open 11-5 pm on Sunday and 11-7 pm on Saturday.  Attraction starts October 3rd.

Grand Rapids Haunted Houses

Better watch your seat at these haunted houses. The ghosts of Grand Rapids know fine furniture when they see it. They’ll remove your chair from underneath you because they spent their lives making it.

The Haunt – 2070 Waldorf Street, Walker, Michigan 49544
Rated as one of Michigan’s best attractions The Haunt is open Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights starting October 9th.  Doors open at 7 pm. The Haunt is a terror filled 20,000 square foot compound of fear.  Open for more than 15 years it expects to make you scream.  This is a Funtober Favorite 100 and one of the top 100 most popular haunt attractions in the country.

Forest of Fear – 8758 Patterson Avenue SE, Caledonia, Michigan 49316
The Kentwood Jaycee’s Forest of Fear opens on Friday, October 2nd.  Doors open at dusk.  Tickets are $15.

Moonlight Manor – 5420 Fieldstone Drive SW, Wyoming, Michigan 49418. 
Attraction returns for two night in 2015 as Bio-Berserk.  Opens October 30th and 31st.  Open dusk until 10:00 pm.  Moonlight Manor is one extreme yard haunt.

Witch’s Walk (corn maze), Grand Rapids

Witches of New Salem, Dorr MI (corn maze/forest) – 4516 24th Street, Door, Michigan
Witches runs each Friday and Saturday from September 25th.  The times are dark until done.  Tickets are $15 for Haunted Woods, $15 for Haunted Cornmaze, or $25 for Zombie Attack. Several combo packages available starting at $25.   Lots of corn maze and daytime festival activity during daytime hours for the whole family before the night fright begins.  Family Fun activities run different days or times from haunt attraction.  Daytime 11:00 am to 6:00 pm on Saturdays and Sundays.

Wicked Ranch, 5900 Water Road, Rothbury, MI

Crane Orchards (haunted corn maze) – Fennville, MI 49408 (permanently closed)
The daytime maze and activities are still running.

Traverse City Haunted Houses

These ghosts are downright mean. If they don’t like you, they might throw some of Traverse City’s leading tart cherries at you. And let me tell you, being pinged with cherries is a fate worse than death!

Ghost Farm of Kingsley – 5010 Pierce Rd., Kingsley, MI
Haunt is open every Friday and Saturday nights from 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm.  The family has been putting on their fantastic haunt since 2010.  Their featured attraction is the Ravencrow’s Revenge Haunted Walk with their unfriendly witch and infestation of crows.  New for 2015 is The Invasion Haunted Trail, and their new Lights Out Hay Maze.  Also they have special kids versions of their famed attractions.  Check their website for details. 

Scream in the Dark – 3606 Blair Town Road, Traverse City, MI 49685
Open every Friday and Saturday night in October starting October 2nd.  Only $5 for Haunted Trail and Wagon Ride.  Only $15 for combo package including above plus Swamp of Suffering, Pandemonium, and Delirium.

Ann Arbor Haunted Houses

These ghosts bleed maize and blue. Best not to mess with them. Colors to avoid are scarlet/grey and green/white.

The Bone Yard, 5010 Green Road, Stockbridge, MI 49285
The Bone Yard is a 33 acre haunt with 4 attractions located in Stockbridge just west of Hell.  Doors open at dusk every Friday and Saturday.  A 4 ticket combo is $22 for the haunted house, corn maze, haunted woods, and hayride.  Haunt opens at 8:00 pm.  Open September 19th through October 31st.

Brandywine Cemetery – 2727 Brandywine Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Brandywine Cemetery is open this year between 7 pm and 9 pm.  It is a non gory haunt attraction.  Emphasis is on story telling and creepiness through sound, lighting, and attention to detail.  Open October 30th and 31st.

Terrorfied Forest, 145 Swarthout Road, Pinckney, Michigan 48169
The Terrorfied Forest is almost a one mile 40 minute walk. Tickets are $10 for the Manor at Hillcrest Sanitarium and $20 for the Forest. A combo ticket is $25. The dates are Friday and Saturday starting September 11th.  The times are 8 pm to midnight on Friday and Saturday and until 10 pm on all other nights.

Erwin Orchards Nighttime Frights, 61475 Silver Lake Road, South Lyon, MI 49701
At Nighttime Frights, tickets are $15 for The Barn of Horrors and $13 for the Corn Stalkers Maze. The combo ticket is $25. The times are 7:30 pm to 11 pm. Nighttime Frights runs Friday and Saturday nights from October 2nd through the 31st. This is such a great attraction with lots of things to do.  It is newly expanded for 2015 with an all new mystery of the black hole scene, a moonlight wagon ride, nightly bonfires, and a free cup of cold cider.  Oh did we mention they have donuts available with hot cider, hot chocolate, and a whole Gore-met Café.  Don’t miss the Farmer Bill’s Target Paintball attraction.

Northern Lower Peninsula
A few hours from civilization, among the forests of the Northern Lower Peninsula of Michigan, some ghosts maintain a fall home to scare away tourists who have overstayed their welcome.

Halloween at Tee Lake – 3987 Tee Lake Road, Lewiston, MI 49756
Tee Lake Resort operates a Drive Thru musical haunt attraction, a haunted house, and a themed Witch’s cottage rental during Halloween season.  The drive thru is free.  The haunted house is a $5 donation.  Have fun with their two night cottage rental.  The drive thru and cottage attraction is open from late September.  The haunted house is open October 17th, 24th, and 31st from 7 pm to 10 pm.

Dark Minds, Located at National Guard Armory, 1st Avenue and Water Street, Alpena, MI
Dark Minds is open from October 2nd.  It opens at 6:30 pm for their 25 minute walk through event. The theme is based on experimental testing.  Care to volunteer as a patient?

Mackinaw Manor, 114 S. Huron, Mackinaw City, MI 49701
A fully automated haunted attraction featuring some of the latest animatronics.  It is open during the summer tourist season.  It is also open every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights during September.  Tickets are $7.  It is not open in October.

Flint Haunted Houses

Nowhere are the ghosts of the auto industry more evident than in Flint. Michael Moore’s first film, Roger & Me, was set there. The ghosts of past autoworkers are still terrorizing the city.

St Lucifer’s Scream Park – 5290 S. Dort Highway, Flint, MI 48507
St. Lucifer’s Haunted Asylum is located in Playland Park.  The haunt starts September 18th.  Check their website as the opening varies from 7 pm or 8 pm depending on the date. Tickets are $18-23 for St. Lucifer’s Haunt Asylum and $18-23 for 13 Feet Under attraction.  A combo ticket is $30.  They also feature Zombie Paintball for $5.

Bates Saw Mill of Torture – 7240 State Road, Millington, MI
The Bates Saw Mill is a 20,000 square foot attraction with 30 scenes based around a man with an appetite for human flesh.  Yes bloody and gory is the norm.  It runs Friday and Saturday nights from September 25th through October.  The times are from 7:30 pm to 11 pm.  Tickets are $20.

Exit 13 Haunted House – 6069 N. Saginaw Street, Mr. Morris, MI
Exit 13 is open weekends from September 18th.  Doors open at 7 pm on Friday and Saturday and 8 pm on other nights.

The Crypt Haunted House – Flint, MI
Experience the black hole of The Crypt Haunted House. An in your face haunted place with actors, state of the art sound and special effects. Genesee County’s scariest haunt. Located at 4247 S. Dort Hwy., Burton, MI 48529. Tickets are $15.  Opens October 2nd.  Attraction runs dusk to midnight on Friday and Saturday or until 11 pm on other nights.

Past Tense After Dark – 1965 Farnsworth Road, Lapeer, Michigan
What happened at the hotel?  Learn more at the 3 haunts that make up Past Tense After Dark.  This attraction features the Hayride of Despair for $6, the Corn Maze of Fear for $6, and the House of Horror for $12.  The combo ticket is $20.  It runs every Friday and Saturday from September 25th.  The doors open at 8 pm. Past Tense also runs family events including a fall festival, Halloween events, a country store, a corn maze, cider mill, flowers, and Christmas activities.  Worthwhile fall excursion for the family during any fall weekend.  Especially nice drive when the leaves are changing.

McCurdy’s Revenge, Corunna MI

Jackson Haunted Houses

Every year, Democrats visit Jackson to haunt residents of the city where the first official meeting of a group calling itself “Republican” happened.

Jackson’s Underworld – 1318 Wildwood Avenue, Jackson, MI 49202
Stop by Jackson’s Underworld for an exciting and modern scary haunt.  This is a 30,000 square foot haunt filled with fantastic scenes and scary animatronics that takes about 40 minutes to complete.  Tickets online are priced at $25.  It opens at 7 pm and closes on Friday and Saturday at 1 am and all other nights at 11 pm.  Check their website as opening times may vary.  Opens for the season on September 11th.

Darksyde Acres Haunted House, 11375 Rowe Road, Jonesville, Michigan, 49250
Darksyde Acres with 38 acres and 70,000 square feet is one of the biggest haunted houses in Michigan.  It features 7 attractions full of mazes, monsters, and mayhem.  Darksyde Acres is open beginning September 12th.  They have a nightly bonfire, refreshment stands, and a gift shop. Tickets are $20 for the combined Catacombs, Rusthole, and Dark Abyss attractions.  Tickets are $7 each for The Labyrinth, the Haunted Hayride, and $12 for The Dark Abyss.  Tickets are $20 for the Zombie Paintball (100 shots).  Box office opens at 7:30 pm and closes at 12:00 am.

Kalamazoo Haunted Houses

Every ghost eventually goes “From Timbuktu to Kalamazoo”. So we think you’ll find some famous ghosts at these haunted houses.

Niles Haunted House, 855 Mayflower Road, Niles, Michigan 49120
Niles Haunted House has 44 acres and 150 to 200 scary actors to scare the yell out of you.  The waiting area has photo opportunities, a paintball shooting gallery, and a basketball shoot.  Niles is open Friday and Saturday nights from September 11th through October 31st plus Sundays in October. The doors open at 8 pm in September and 7 pm in October. Tickets $12 for the Kingdoms End Haunted House, $7 each for the Dark Territory Haunted Hayride, Voodoo Bayou, Biological Terror, and $10 for the Field of Screams.  A combo ticket runs $23.  This is a Funtober Favorite 100 and one of the top 100 most popular haunt attractions in the country.  Funtober named Niles Scream Park the #1 Haunted House in Michigan.  Attractions open at 8:00 pm in September or 7:00 pm.

Phobia House, 84 North Douglas, Plainwell,, Michigan 49080
Phobia House puts you face to face with your fears.  Now in its 15th year.  Tickets are $15.  Doors open at 7:15 pm and close at 11:30 pm.  Open starting October 2nd.

Saginaw Haunted Houses

Once a thriving lumber town, too many lumberjacks spun off their logs and hit the water in Saginaw. It scared the ghosts away. So you’ll have to go to Bay City for your haunted attraction.

Haunted Temple – 700 N Madison, Bay City, MI
Located in the Old Masonic Temple building this attraction is sponsored by the Bay Arts Council of Bay City.  It is created by over 100 local youths who volunteer their time and energy in creating this wonderful haunt.  It is open starting on October 9th on Friday and Saturday nights from 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm.

Haunted Farm / Corn Maze. The Corn Maze is open.)

St. Charles Village of the Living Dead – 400 E Water Street, Saint Charles, MI 48655
Tickets are $8 and the Village of the Living Dead opens at  7 pm.  Now open for 30 years.  The haunt is open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night in October starting October 2nd.  Doors close at midnight on Friday and Saturday or 10 pm on Sunday.

Haunted Trails

The Thirteenth Realm, 5267 Dort Highway, Flint, MI 48507
The Thirteenth Realm has two haunt attractions. 

Trail of Terror – 3803 Noble Rd., Williamston, MI
Attraction is open Friday and Saturday nights from September 25th.  Featured attractions are the trail and cornmaze.  They have a black hole and vortex scene.  More new scares for 2015 with new animatronics and scenes with over an hour of laughs and screams.  Tickets are $15 or a combo with the corn maze is $20. 

Home Haunts (New List of Home Haunted Houses for Halloween 2014)
Leslie – Agonal Haunts 211 Butler St., Leslie
Westland – This House Haunted 146 Marie, Westland
Midland – Stolloween 718 George Street, Midland

State By State List of Halloween Haunted Houses

More Haunted Houses
If you live in Southern Michigan, there may be a closer haunted attraction to your south if you live near the border. You might want to also check out these states in addition to the Michigan haunted houses.

Haunted Houses in Ohio
Haunted Houses in Indiana
Haunted Houses in Illinois
Haunted Houses in Wisconsin

Find other fall fun things to do in Michigan in October:

Oktoberfest in Michigan
Michigan Festivals
Michigan Corn Mazes
Michigan Ghost Tours
Pumpkin Patches in Michigan

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  1. Expect the Maize and Blue to bury the Spartans like the last 4 years, you mean? Yeah – you keep on dreaming, pal.

    “You root for your local team or the team whose college you attended… not the team with the cheapest merchandise at WalMart.”

  2. I’ve been to Erebus! Long wait on busy weekends close to Halloween, and a bit on the pricey side (I believe it is normally $25 a person, but 5$ off with a coupon from their site) but it’s worth it!
    Supposedly it’s one of the top haunted attractions in the country, as well as one of the longest (4 stories!). They have some pretty unique things that I haven’t seen or heard of in other places – I won’t spoil, but definitely worth a trip!

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