10 Best Michigan Haunted Corn Mazes and Hayrides (2022)
Do you love Michigan haunted corn mazes and other haunted attractions? If so, you’ll want to give these ten spooky spots a try.
With Halloween just around the corner, there are plenty of fun – and scary – themed attractions to visit across Michigan.
If you’re a fan of haunted houses, try the next best thing: haunted corn mazes.
It has the same fear factor as a haunted house or mansion, but the brisk, autumn air, and pitch black night sky mixed with the moonlight make it that much spookier.
Make sure you bring a friend, or two. You won’t want to venture off in these mazes alone.
Here are the Top Ten Haunted Corn Mazes in Michigan to visit this season!
Haunted Attractions in Southeast Michigan
Where: 145 Swarthout Rd, Pinckney, MI 48169
This terrifying attraction is a forest, rather than a maze, but the lack of borders make wandering the mile-long walk that much scarier. Don’t worry about unwanted grabbing as the forest is a non touch.
Terrorfied Forest is open Thursday through Sunday nights until October 30.
Hayride of the Lost at Night Terrors
Where: 5565 Merritt Rd, Ypsilanti, Michigan 48197
Hop on this hayride, located at Night Terrors in Ypsilanti, to experience Mr. Ravensblud’s haunted scarecrows. Legend has it, Ravensblud placed his scarecrows throughout the property and soon after bizarre happenings began.
Each hayride customer gets a free cup of cider and donut at the end of the ride, which can be enjoyed during a communal bonfire.
So if you’re looking for some late-night fright this Halloween season, bundle up, grab some loved ones and visit these haunted corn mazes and trails – if you dare.
Zombie Woods at Zoerman’s Zombies
Where: 626 North Mechanic Rd, Jackson, MI 49202
This haunt located in Jackson, in southern Michigan, is “The Walking Dead” come to life. Run from Zombies and other terrifying creatures in this indoor/outdoor combination attraction.
Mid Michigan Haunted Attractions
Field of Screams at Slaughterhouse Adventure & Grand River Corn Maze
Where: 5781 W Grand River Ave, Fowlerville, MI 48836
Price: (cash only) Single event $25; Two events: $35
This haunted field located in Fowlerville is full of manic clowns, chainsaw-armed freaks, paths that lead to nowhere, a serial killer and more horrors. All visitors have to pass the vengeful Keeper of The Corn before they can exit.
Check out Slaughterhouse Adventure’s additional attractions including the Haunted House, Haunted Hayride and Escape Room while you’re there.
Guests can snag tickets to one attraction for $25 or two attractions for $35.
Animosity Corn Maze at Terror on 27
Where: 8691 S. Bagley Rd, Ashley, MI 48806
Price: Single attraction: $10; Triple attraction: $15; The House: $10 (excluded from all combo, fast pass and group rates)
In Mid-Michigan at the corner of US-127 and M-57, this haunt is in the perfect location no matter where you’re coming from. Terror on 27 is just 30 minutes south of Mount Pleasant, 30 minutes north of Lansing, 25 minutes west Chesaning and 20 minutes east of Carson City.
The Animosity corn maze has terrors around every corner. There’s no direct route from start to finish, so you’re guaranteed to get lost, all while running from horrifying figures.
Speaking from experience, this maze will give you a good fright, especially at night.
Be sure to check out the three other indoor haunted attractions during your visit. Ticket sales begin at 7 p.m.
The Corn Maze of Fear at Past Tense After Dark
Where: 1965 Farnsworth Rd, Lapeer, MI
Located just off M-24, North of I-69, maze goers starts off with a simple hike through the corn field, but quickly reach winding dead-ends, endless loops ensuring confusion will set it. Watch out for the unknown creatures lurking among the stalks waiting to scare their next victims.
Tickets can also be purchased to Past Tense After Dark’s Haunted House of Horrors and Hayride of Despair.
West Michigan Haunted Attractions
New Salem Corn Maze
Where: 4516 24th St, Dorr, MI
This haunted corn maze in Dorr is right off US-12, about 20 miles south of Grand Rapids and consists of dead ends, twists, turns, confusion and mayhem. Attempt to escape while you’re followed by the corn stalkers.
A second haunt is available on-site to those who dare. The Witches Woods is Salem themed and features over 20 attractions, dozens of actors and props.
Abandoned Acres Farm Haunted Attraction
Where: 7737 Fruit Ridge Ave NW, Sparta, MI
Price: $35 (for both attractions, cash only)
This haunted attraction located in Sparta, just north of Grand Rapids, has two terrifying corn mazes, open through Halloween night.
The Bloody Butcher Corn Maze has mutant pumpkins, witches, hillbillies, wandering corpses, scarecrows and insane farm animals. The second maze on-site is Big Top Terror Vision, a 3-D, circus-themed corn maze which features crazy clowns, misfits and deranged circus animals. Pick one or do both.
Haunted Maze at Four Green Fields Farm
Where: 15693 Wilson Rd, Rodney, MI 49342
If you’re visiting the Four Green Fields Farm in Rodney, located outside of Big Rapids, stop by the Haunted Maze. This haunt is open Friday and Saturday nights until October 29.
If you’re brave enough to enter, watch out for the ghosts, ghouls and monsters hiding and wandering through the corn.
A non-haunted option is available as well for those who prefer to enjoy the maze without the spooks.
Where: 8266 Baldwin Rd, Swartz Creek, MI 48473
Price: $12 each or $30 for all three
The haunted attractions at Spooky Trails located in Swartz Creek, just outside of Flint, are open Fridays and Saturdays in October from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Brave guests can pick from The Original Haunted Straw Maze, The Undead Field of Fear Haunted Corn Field or The Zombie Hunter Hayride.
Bonus: Wiards Night Terrors
Where: 5565 Merritt Rd, Ypsilanti, MI 48197
Price: Tickets $29 – $57
Michigan’s biggest haunted thrill park offers five way to scare yourself silly, including the Haunted Hayride, Alien Caged Clowns, Haunted Barn, Asylum and Mindshaft.
Voted the #8 Scream Park in America, this sprawling haunted park is located on the grounds of Wiard’s Orchards in Ypsilanti. Don’t miss this spot.
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