- 855 Mayflower Road
- Niles, MI
- Average Review
- (2 reviews)
- Scare Factor
- Moderately Scary
- Appropriate For
- Organization Type
- Charity / NOT For Profit
- Listing Categories
- Haunted Houses, Haunted Hay Rides, Haunted Mazes / Haunted Corn Mazes, Escape Games, Scream Parks, Other Events
- More Info
- Wheelchair Accessible, Snacks & Refreshments, Outdoor Event(s), Indoor Event(s), Covered Wait Area, Touching Not Allowed, Free Parking
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, Niles Scream Park rebuilds all five attractions each year to provide you with completely new and unique shows. The professionally designed sets and ingenious scare-tactics led the Niles Scream Park to be recognized by the Haunted Attraction Magazine as one of the "Top 31 Must-See Haunted Attractions" nationwide every year from 2013 through 2016! This is no mere roadside attraction...come visit one of the country's premier haunted houses!
2017's line up includes the iconic Niles Haunted House, Possessed, Incarcerated, the Field of Screams and the Dark Terror-tory Haunted Hayride.
New for 2017: escape rooms adventures! Forget an hour, though--you'll have five minutes to solve the puzzle or suffer the consequences.
Look for the brand new attraction on the midway that will break all the rules! So intense we can't tell you any details, this attraction is for adults only. You must sign a waiver.
While you're screaming, you'll be helping a good cause. The Park raises money for a wide variety of local charities. In 2016, it donated more than $124,000 to more than 65 not-for-profit organizations such as Boy and Girl Scout groups, church youth groups and booster groups for colleges and high schools. Email Haunt Owner
Hours of Operation: Sep dates: 8-11.
Oct Fridays & Saturdays: 7-11.
Oct Sundays: 7-10 (except Oct 1).
Oct 31: 7-10.
Black Out on Nov 3 & 4: 7-11.
Admission Costs: Individual attractions: $8-13.
Combination tickets: $25-$35.
Payments Accepted: Cash, Credit Cards
- event open dates
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Really scary and they put in a lot of effort into it
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Negative reviews left by competing haunted events in area?
Went to Niles this evening. About us...we do them all. I see on average 15 haunted attractions every year. At least two per weekend, every weekend in September and October. Have been doing this for ten years. Have seen nearly every haunted attraction in lower Michigan, and have enjoyed them all on different levels. Niles makes my Top Five list. Niles is one of my old favorites...it's been around for 40 years. It's a full night of scares. Three haunted houses, a hay ride, and field of screams maze and more. The main Haunted House is the real deal. Well researched to compete with the best. It offers lots of tricks and treats...good special effects, weird footing, fog lasers and lights, vortex tunnel, squeeze chutes, great use of water, bridges, characters, special effects, tons of fun. Fantastic exterior, too! Yards full of goulish delight. On top of a solid TOP KNOTCH main haunted house, the thing that sets Niles apart, is the amount of time you can spend there absolutely enjoying yourself. It's set up for a wonderful date, or for a fun night out with a family (older kids, or at least blood thirsty bold middle graders) or friends. A whole evening of entertainment, with a rest area set up to sit down and eat some carnival food sold on the mainway, a hay ride to take a break from walking, while still carrying the momentum of the evening, reasonable lines because there's so much to do, and lots of terrific actors and entertainment. As far as pure brutal scare quality goes....Erebus is probably my favorite attraction in Michigan, because the effects are Hollywood quality, the house is amazing, and it's just so brilliantly thought-out.....but you can't spend a whole evening enjoying yourself at Erebus. You get a fantastic hour where they hit it out of the park, but that's where it ends. (This is common of most Michigan haunts....a good solid hour plus or minus). But with Niles you truly do get a whole night full of fun. You get a taste of high-quality scares, a ton of truly delightful effects, physical experiences, and plenty to engage all your senses......while ALSO getting some other fun stuff to do...hayride, maze, games, two other haunts, live entertainment on the mainway, food, zipline, etc. Niles is like a Halloween Carnival of haunted bliss....where you can stay all day at the fair, and the fun goes on for hours. For a true Haunted Event lover....Niles will earn a permanent home in your heart. Niles supports a ton of local charities. Don't let that fool you into thinking it's less than professional or less quality than the private profit events . (Yes, I have seen haunted events for charity that were utterly boring and awful....but that's NOT Niles) Niles truly is a win-win. Quality entertainment, AND a good use for your buck.Posted 9/22/13
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