Haunted Forest: 5+ Spooky Attractions For The Halloween Season
It’s that time of the year when trees put on one final show before shedding beauty for the winter but that doesn’t mean we can’t still enjoy them. A great way to enjoy the Halloween season and get one final use out of our trees is to visit a haunted forest.
Deranged Haunt – Romulus
Deranged Haunt features a haunted trail that covers five terrifying acres as well as a haunted house. It’s open from September 21st through October and the $13 admission covers both attractions.
Terrified Forest – Clarkston
Ghosts and ghouls have been terrorizing guests for over twenty years at Terrified Forest in Clarkston. This family-owned attraction takes you through a haunted forest. It is nearly a mile long as well as a two story haunted manor.
The Haunted Forest at Adventure Park – West Bloomfield
Families with small children or those who want a more friendlier, less scary time check out the haunted forest at West Bloomfield Adventure Park. Friendly characters escort you along the way. At the end there’s a pumpkin hunt where you can take your own pumpkin home. For teens and adults there is the scarier Terror Trail.
A Terror in Townsend Forest – Clarkston
This family friendly attraction features a half mile walk of terror through a haunted forest and archery range. This is put on by the Oakland County Sportsman’s Club.
Scarefest Scream Park – Lennox Township
Voted top haunt in Detroit, Scarefest Scream Park boasts five unique attractions from the traditional hayride and forest to a haunted castle. They also feature haunted camping for adults. Only for the bravest of the brave. Expect to be terrorized and chased through the forest for 13 hours.
Rotten Manor – Holly
Featuring the largest custom built haunted house in Michigan, Rotten Manor is a highly-detailed one of a kind attraction that changes annually. Last year they added the Rotten Forest/Asylum. This is a mix of indoor/outdoor scares. Both attractions take about 35-45 minutes.