Bates Motel and Haunted Hayride - Glen Mills, PA
This fantastic haunt opens their season on Friday and Saturday beginning in late September. Advertised as America’s most horrifying motel, Bates Motel has been operating as a haunted attraction for over 30 years. It is truly one of the great haunted attractions in America. Bates Motel built detailed Hollywood styled movie sets such as putting a New England type church onsite. They have other 100 foot scenes, amazing pyrotechnics and around 100 actors. Save money and purchase the combo ticket for $35. Individual tickets to the Bates Motel, Corn Maze or Haunted Hayride run $15, $15, and $15 respectively. Child ticket prices are less. Doors open at 6:30 and close at 10:30 pm on Friday and Saturday. Doors close at 9:30 pm on Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday and other nights. Bates runs most nights in October. Bates has over 45,000 Facebook likes. Also they have a great laser tag event.
Bloodshed Farms Fear Fest - Columbus, NJ
Attraction opens in early October. Open every Friday and Saturday night and most Sunday’s in October. They have individual attraction tickets or a combo ticket for $30. Check web page for ticket and discount options. The combo gets you into 4 attractions. See the Trail of Terror, Hellsgate, Last Ride, and Clown Phobia.
Fear in the Forest - Pemberton, NJ
Sorry folks but Fear in the Forest will not open this fall due to virus concerns. They hope to see everyone next fall. The attraction has a 15 year history of fright. They have a haunted trail with a tour guide for your group. (Guide attempts to get you back alive.) Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for kids. Under 4 is free but why would you ever bring children this young to a fear attraction.
Field of Terror - East Windsor, NJ
Opening in late September. Doors open at 7 pm. There are four attractions. You can buy one, two, three or all four. The attractions are Killer Kornfield, Zombie Attack Haunted Hayride, The Unknown Barn, and Dementia 3D Haunted House. Also they have a zombie paintball wagon hunt. Open Friday and Saturday in September and all weekends in October plus a few additional dates.
HallowFest at Six Flags Great Adventure - Jackson, NJ
Thrills By Day and Frights by Night! Grab your family and friends from late September to Halloween Day to experience all of your favorite Six Flags Great Adventure rides and attractions, some family-friendly spooktacular shows and fall decorations. Thrills by Day runs from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. After that? Don’t be fooled by the friendly faces you’ll see during the day – the demonic zombies take over as soon as the sun goes down. Ghouls will sneak up behind you as you walk the midways, the coasters are scarier in the pitch dark…don’t forget the haunted mazes! HallowFest is included in the season pass/membership.
Haunted Red Mill - Clinton, NJ
This is the 30th annual Haunted Red Mill. They are open the last three Friday and Saturday night weekends in October. Tickets are $30. They are also open for a non scary kids event the last three Thursday nights. They feature a haunted hayride, maze, terror trail, and mill. Start your adventure by entering the labyrinth not knowing what awaits you in each new room, disturbing Creatures of The Night and terror will emerge from every dark corner. Finding your way through will determine if you can continue. If you make it out, you will exit into the darkness and start your journey on to the Terror Trail deep in the woods. The Terror Trail is known to allow more bodies in than it allows out. Leaving the trail is not the end of you fright, you will be tested to see what you learned in the school house maze. Hayrides are usually fun, ours fright filled, no happy pumpkins, oh no, just more Creatures of The Night rising from the river through the fog. The hayride lets you off at the River Maze where you will wade through the swamp and confront the creatures face to face. At last you will enter the Haunted Red Mill and it’s spooky corridors, protected by ghouls, zombies and mutants. Run screaming out of the Mill to live another day and share the adventures of how you were able to survive the Creatures Of The Night!
Nightmare at Gravity Hill - Jackson, NJ
Opens this season in late September. Check out this amazing walk-through attraction that will change the way you sleep at night. Gravity Hill takes about 45 minutes to explore the 5 acres grounds at the Cicconi Farms. Ticket are $30 for the Walk of Terror. The attraction consists of trails, themes, and adventures featuring a ghost town, graveyard, an Egyptian pyramid, jail cell, church, butcher shop, and more. Lots of ghouls, kreepy clowns, zombies and unknown creatures are walking about. Haunt runs every Friday and Saturday night in September and October . Doors open at dusk. Doors close at 11 pm. Added dates include Sundays in October until 9 pm.
Oasis Island of Terror - Robbinsville, NJ
Opening night is in early October. Tickets are per person any vary by attraction or combo. Experience the walk through Back Woods Bayou. It may startle you and might make you cry as you squeeze through rat tunnels or hog traps just to escape. The Woods Have Eyes attraction features myths that are real. Next comes the Turnpike Apocalypse where the walking dead began. During the daytime they feature pumpkin picking, fall sand art, a decorated fun zone, fossil adventure and plenty of concession foods. Door for food opens at 5:30 pm, tickets at 6:30 pm, and the haunt starts at 7:00 pm. Haunt opens every Saturday and Sunday night in October plus some additional dates.
Sleepy Hollow - Newtown, PA
The fright season begins in late September. Sleepy Hollow has put on scary events for over 20 years. Combine dark woods, ghosts, eerie creatures, and nocturnal animals and you have a horrific show. Some nights there are live bands, bonfires, and refreshments. There are 3 haunted attractions open at 7 pm. They are open every Friday, Saturday and most Sunday nights in October. The attraction closes at 10 pm. Last Hayride on Sunday night is at 9 pm. Tickets are $24-28.
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