- Best Michigan Haunted Houses: Ultimate Guide to the Scariest Haunted Houses and Haunted Attractions in Michigan
- Best Michigan Haunted Houses in Southeast Michigan: Metro Detroit Haunted Houses, Ann Arbor, Pontiac, Jackson
- Spooky Fun in Metro Detroit: Haunted Attractions for Kids of All Ages
- Best Haunted Houses in Mid Michigan And the Thumb: Lansing, Lapeer, Flint, Saginaw, Caro
- Best Haunted Houses, Trails, Corn Mazes in West Michigan and Southwest Michigan
- Best Haunted Houses in Northern Michigan
- Scary Haunted Attractions in the Michigan’s U.P.
- More Michigan Fun Fall Events and Things to Do
- My Michigan Beach Halloween Sweepstakes
Best Michigan Haunted Houses: Ultimate Guide to the Scariest Haunted Houses and Haunted Attractions in Michigan
We’ve rounded up the scariest and spookiest haunted houses in Michigan, just in time for Halloween. From creepy haunted houses to spooky trails; from eerie haunted corn mazes to terrifying haunted hayrides, there is a fun Halloween attraction near you.
If you like getting scared, you’re not alone. And if you live in Michigan, you’re lucky. There are tons of terryifying haunted houses and haunted attractions for your to haunt, I mean visit, this Halloween season. No matter where you live in Michigan, it’s easy to find a haunted attraction to help get you in the spirit of the season.
Read on for some of the best Michigan haunted houses to visit in 2022.
Best Michigan Haunted Houses in Southeast Michigan: Metro Detroit Haunted Houses, Ann Arbor, Pontiac, Jackson
Brandywine Cemetery- 272 Brandywine Drive, Ann Arbor, MI
Brandywine Cemetery in Ann Arbor is a special spot. Here, horror is achieved through creative storytelling, sound, lighting, and major attention to detail (especially since most of the props are hand-made), all while avoiding most of the blood and gore many major haunts rely on.
Night Terrors at Wiard’s Orchards – 5565 Merritt Rd., Ypsilanti, MI 48197
Voted one of the top eight thrill parks in the country, Wiards is a must-visit. There’s a reason that Night Terrors Thrills Park at Wiard’s Orchards is a favorite: after enduring three haunted houses, a maze, clowns, and a haunted hayride, you get to end your evening with cider and donuts!
Eloise Asylum- 30712 Michigan Ave, Westland, MI 48186
A haunted house…in a real haunted house? In a word, YES. Eloise Asylum is located in a former psychiatric hospital with a dark past. It’s an immersive 30,00 square feet experience featuring of truly terrifying exhibits, pyrotechnics, and more. Built in 1839, it has served as a poor house, sanitorium, and psychiatric hospital, with a background so scary that it served as the inspiration for the horror film “Eloise.” Now, it’s one of the top haunted attractions in the country.
Erebus – 18 S Perry St., Pontiac, MI 48342
Erebus Haunted House is not just famous in Michigan, it’s recognized as one of the best-haunted attractions in the whole nation. In operation for over 20 years now, Erebus once held the Guinness World Record for the longest walk-through haunted attraction worldwide until it was overtaken in 2009. Still, this four-story 100,000 square-foot haunt is well equipped with high-quality sets and costumes filled with an enthusiastic cast of monsters to scare the pants off you.
Azra Chamber of Horrors – 31401 John R Rd Bldg 2, Madison Heights, MI 48071
Azra Chamber of Horrors Haunted House is a new addition to Michigan’s haunted house collection, but in its first couple of years, it has made a significant impression. Taking its name from a dragon who feeds on fear, this spot certainly delivers on fear-factor allowing it to skyrocket to the top spot in Michigan, and among the top 20 haunts nationwide.
HushHush Haunted Attraction – 37550 Cherry Hill Rd., Westland, MI 48185
Hush is one of Michigan’s most immersive haunts, featuring three separate attractions: Descent, where you’re trapped in a mine; Coven, where you explore a witch coven’s lair; and Rosecliff Hall, the classic haunted house experience.
Ghostly Grove Haunted Forest Attraction – 10055 Dexter-Pinckney Rd., Pinckney, MI 48169
You’ll find a suspenseful, almost mile-long walk through a trail in Livingston County. There are thrills and chills around every corner, and the scary scenes change every year.
Terrorfied Forest – 145 Swarthout Rd., Pinckney, MI 48169
One of the most popular haunted trails in southeast Michigan, the Terrorfied Forest is almost a mile long scary surprises around every corner. The Forest changes every year, so keep your eyes open for new thrills and chills.
Deranged Haunt – 35560 Goddard Rd., Romulus, MI 48174
You’ll find five acres of haunted fun here, and they have a virtual line queue so that you can stay warm in your car while you wait for your turn to be spooked
Zombie Woods at Zoerman’s Zombies – 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.
Jackson’s Underworld – 1318 Wildwood Ave, Jackson, MI 49202
This four-story warehouse is home to two of the most terrifying haunted houses in Michigan!
Spooky Fun in Metro Detroit: Haunted Attractions for Kids of All Ages
Glenlore Trails – 3860 Newton Rd, Commerce Charter Twp, MI 48382
Michigan’s illuminated forest has transformed once again! Come explore the wonders of time in FATE. Glenlore Trails is an immersive night walk located in Commerce Michigan. Every Thursday to Sunday evening the forest comes to life in a dazzling display of light, sound, and wonder.
This family-friendly experience is perfect for a night out with family, spending time with friends, or earning points on date night. Earlier time slots tend to fill with young families, while the evening brings out a louder crowd.
Haunted Garage Productions – 19520 Mack Ave., Grosse Pointe Farms, MI 48236
Voted one of Michigan’s top haunted attractions by Local4 News/ Click on Detroit, this family-friendly haunted house in Grosse Pointe is the brainchild of a local elementary school educator. The haunted garage is thrilling for adults and kids of all ages and it’s seriously spooky and fun at the same time.
Terror on Tillson Street in Romeo – Tillson Street, Romeo
Located in the city of Romeo, there is a dedicated group of homeowners on Tillson Street who go all out every Halloween. They decorate the whole street offering a one-of-a-kind Halloween experience. They are usually set up in the week or two leading up to Halloween and go all out for the big day. This is a great spot to go trick or treating or just spend an evening taking in the fun.
Best Haunted Houses in Mid Michigan And the Thumb: Lansing, Lapeer, Flint, Saginaw, Caro
Edson Incident – 1680 Martin, Bay City, MI, United States, Michigan
The premier haunted attraction in mid-Michigan, The Edson Incident haunted attraction takes place on the mighty USS Edson in Bay City, Michigan. Prepared to be scared on this spooky ship in Saginaw Bay.
Awaken Haunted Attraction – 4760 Churchill Rd, Leslie, MI 49251
Mid Michigan’s scariest haunted house is actually four haunted attractions for the price of one. Visit Awaken and find 32,000 scary square feet of horror.
Rotten Manor – 13245 Dixie Hwy., Holly, MI 48442
This sprawling haunted complex includes a haunted house, insane asylum, gingerbread house, clown barn, and haunted forest. There is also carnival games, concessions, and more.
Past Tense After Dark – 1965 Farnsworth Rd., Lapeer, MI 48446
You’ll find three haunted attractions on this farm in Lapeer, including the Hayride of Despair, the Corn Maze of Fear, and a House of Horrors.
Slaughterhouse Adventure & Grand River Corn Maze- 5781 W Grand River Ave, Fowlerville, MI 48836
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 Slauterhouse Adventure’s additional attractions including the Haunted House, Haunted Hayride and Escape Room while you’re there.
Exit 13 Haunted House – 6069 Saginaw St., Flint, MI 48505
You’ll find wall-to-wall terror in this Flint haunted house with new attractions every year.
Bates Haunted Sawmill – 7240 State Rd., Millington, MI 48746
Yikes, this is a really scary haunted house! It’s interactive, so be ready to be frightened.
Wicked Woods of Terror Haunted Trail – 2915 Ross Rd., Caro MI
Walk the 20-minute trail and try not to scream aloud at this haunted attraction in Caro.
Factory of the Dead – 906 Lapeer Ave., Saginaw, MI 48607
Are you brave enough to explore one of the biggest haunted houses in mid-Michigan?
Xavier Haunt – 121 N Hamilton St., Saginaw, MI 48602
Located in Old Town Saginaw, this is one of the top haunted attractions in the Tri-Cities area, with ghosts and ghouls lurking in the corners of this frightening building.
Terror on 27 – 8691 S Bagley Rd., Ashley, MI 48806
You’ll find three attractions here, including two haunted houses and a maze that takes you down a twisted path of terror.
The Corn Maze of Fear at Past Tense After Dark – 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.
Scarefest Scream Park – 34111 28 Mile Rd, Lenox, MI 48048
If you were to combine the thematic excellence of Disney and the horror of monsters, zombies and chainsaws, you would get Scarefest Scream Park in Lenox. Here, a whole world of terror, including four distinct attractions, is packed into an isolated woodland venue.
Spooky Trails – 8266 Baldwin Rd, Swartz Creek, MI 48473
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.
Best Haunted Houses, Trails, Corn Mazes in West Michigan and Southwest Michigan
The Haunt – 1256 28th St SW., Wyoming, MI 49509
The Haunt in Wyoming, just outside Grand Rapids has been a long-standing favorite of haunted house enthusiasts. This massive location covers 50,000 square feet across five attractions, including 144 rooms, almost 100 fantastic actors, and 62 animatronics. Scope out one or all of the five themes, including a vampire manor, a haunted hospital, a frozen swamp, a twisted circus, and a dilapidated factory in a post-apocalyptic world. With compelling stories and intricate sets, this immersive experience is well worth a visit.
New Salem Corn Maze “Witches of New Salem” – 4516 24th St., Dorr, MI 49323
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 – 7737 Fruit Ridge Ave NW. Sparta, MI 49345
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 that features crazy clowns, misfits, and deranged circus animals.
Nightmare Realm – 23492 Red Arrow Hwy, Mattawan, MI
This indoor-outdoor haunt in West Michigan is an immersive experience. Be ready to be frightened’ recommended for ages 13.
Psycho Ward Haunted House – 7656 Ravine Rd, Kalamazoo, MI 49009
Voted one of the top haunted attractions in southwest Michigan, this not-meant-for-children haunted house is seriously scary. Be ready to be transported into a world with zombies, ghouls, ghosts and more
Haunted Maze at Four Green Fields Farm – 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!
Niles Scream Park – 855 Mayflower Rd, Niles, MI 49120
The Niles Scream Park is not just scary, it is considered by many to be one of the top haunted attractions in the country! Certainly one of the largest, the Niles Scream Park offers 44 acres of blood-curdling fear!
Best Haunted Houses in Northern Michigan
Spears House of Fright Haunted Hotel – 150 Loxley St #100, Houghton Lake, MI 48629
Find you’ll find two scary mazes, a haunted hotel and bar, and many more chilling thrills at this Houghton Lake haunted house.
Asylum After Dark – 830 Cottageview Drive, Traverse City, MI
This seriously spooky haunted house is set in a former psychiatric hospital…isn’t that enough? It’s 30 minutes of frightening fun in Traverse City.
Ghost Farm of Kingsley – 5010 Pierce Rd., Kingsley, MI 49649
Ravencrow Returns is the theme of this haunted trail in Kingsley, just south of Traverse City. It’s one of the top scary attractions in northern Michigan a mix of scary-fun thrills that’s family-friendly, too.
Fort Fright – 102 w Straits Ave, Mackinaw City, MI 49701
Grab your lanterns and make your way through an 18th-century Mackinaw City fort and fur trading village where wolves, witches, goblins, and ghouls tell spooky stories. There are bonfires and treats like cookies, candy, and hot cider.
SS City of Milwaukee Ghost Ship – 99 Arthur St., Manistee, MI 49660
The only haunted house attraction located on a car ferry is the SS City of Milwaukee…enter at your own risk. This is a don’t-miss in Manistee.
Scary Haunted Attractions in the Michigan’s U.P.
Marquette’s Haunted Hayride – Marquette County Fairgrounds, 715 M-553, Gwinn, MI 49841
Marquette’s Haunted Hayride is a tractor drawn hayride which weaves through the Marquette County “Scare”grounds. The ride is filled with terror and surprise, fun and laughter. As you travel through the cold darkness, be warned that the unexpected may be lurking at every turn and behind each and every tree there may be an eerie encounter to greet you!
More Michigan Fun Fall Events and Things to Do
My Michigan Beach Halloween Sweepstakes
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