Michigan’s Got 4 of the Nation’s Top 100 Haunted Houses
Crisp air. Crunching leaves. Pumpkin spice.
There are several things we can count on as we descend into fall in Michigan.
Haunted houses are another, and Michigan has more than its fair share of awesome ones. In fact, according to farandwide.com, we've got four of the nation's Top 100!
Ready to get your scare on? Plan a visit to one of these top-rated haunted attractions in Michigan this weekend.
Rotten Manor (Holly)
Holly's Rotten Manor ranks #69 in the nation. In addition to the manor itself, the attraction features the Rotten Forest (featuring a trail leading visitors from building to building), the Rotten Asylum, and the Rotten Hayride.
I have been to several of the "best" houses, and this one is at the top of the heap. - Ed C., Grand Blanc
Terrorfied Forest and Manor (Pinckney)
The Terrorfied Forest in Pinckney is rated 42nd in the nation. It's a dimly lit outdoor path, roughly a mile long. "Creatures" lurk in the woods, waiting to terrify those who dare to traverse the trail.
A lot of fun and a lot of work goes into this! You can tell the owners care and love this Forest! - Mary Ann A., South Lyon
Niles Scream Park (Niles)
#41 in America is Niles Scream Park. This haunt features six separate attractions, all of which are redesigned and rebuilt every year to give return visitors an all-new experience. Visit the Niles Haunted House, Sinister Streets of Salem, The Evil Estate, The Field of Screams, and more.
Dark creepy mazes and scares in the least expected places. - Chad B., Des Moines, IA
Erebus Haunted Attraction (Pontiac)
The Erebus Haunted Attraction in Pontiac is this survey's top-ranked Michigan haunt, coming in at #19 in the nation. It's a 4-story haunted house and tower of terror, boasting "state-of-the-art Hollywood special effects where things will bite you, grab you, and attack you!"
This is where I saw my first laser swamp with the performer suddenly appearing through the fog beside me. Excellent scare! - Kelly C., Columbus, OH