Fall is here and that means that Halloween is right around the corner! In preparation, we've put together a list of haunted houses across West Michigan!

11 Haunted Houses around West Michigan

  • 1

    The Haunt

    2070 Waldorf, Grand Rapids

    This is the 15th year for The Haunt.

    According to MichiganHauntedHouses.com, this place is classified as "scary" and is for people 12 years and older.

    Doors open October 9th and tickets go on sale the same day. They can be purchased here.

    You can stay up-to-date with The Haunt's Facebook page.

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  • 2

    Moonlight Manor

    5420 Fieldstone Dr SW, Wyoming

    October 30 & 31

    Ages 10+

    $5 

    Although this is for ages 10+, this attraction is considered 'Very Scary.'

    The theme this year is: Biological Warfare has laid waste to the Earth in 2015. Bio-Chemical Apocalypse is NOW. 

    "Paranoia, terror, and fear will all visit you on your trip through the Moonlight Manor haunted house.  Your only hope is to keep moving, moving forward trying to survive."

    The website music alone is scary enough.

    You can find all the information you need on the website, including pictures, FAQ's, and even take a virtual tour.

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  • 3

    Psycho Ward & Nightmares

    7656 Ravine Rd, Kalamazoo

    Friday & Saturday 10/9 - 10/17

    Thursday, Friday & Saturday 10/22 - 10/31

    Ages 12+

    West Michigan's Largest Haunted Attraction!

    If you're looking for something scary this could be worth the drive.

    Psycho Wards & Nightmares has 3 different attractions for you to choose from:

    1)  Psycho Ward: The Beginning

    2) Nightmares: A Scary Tale

    3) Clown Chaos: Firing Range

    You can purchase tickets for a single attraction, two or all three. Find more details here.

    Early bird tickets are available until October 2nd and for $5 less you can purchase a super combo VIP ticket.

  • 4

    New Salem Corn Maze

    4516 24th St., Dorr

    Friday & Saturday, Now - 10/31

    This is great if you're looking for something for everyone. Daytime activities are perfect for the kids and include hay rides, farm animals, pumpkin patches and of course doughnuts and cider! Also, new this year, is a kids paintball shooting gallery.

    If you want something more scary the Haunted Woods and Haunted Corn Maze should take care of that.

    & what's Halloween without zombies? The Zombie Attack is an interactive zombie hunt with paintball guns.

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  • 5

    Phobia House

    84 North Douglas, Plainwell

    Friday & Saturday, 10/2 - 10/10

    Thursday, Friday & Saturday, 10/15 - 10/24

    Wednesday - Saturday 10/25 - 10/31

    $15

    Ages 14+ {Not recommended for anyone with a heart condition}

    A haunted house with a twist - Or is that a twisted side?

    This year marks the 15th anniversary of Phobia House so they've rebuilt every room and hall. They promise to make it the longest and best one yet.

    Just think of anything that frightens you and you'll probably find it here. Clowns. Spiders. Enclosed Spaces. Nope. This is one I will not even bother with.

    You can see pictures, read stories and get more information about Phobia House on their website.

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  • 6

    The Haunted Hall

    6621 Heights Ravenna Road, Fruitport

    Friday & Saturday 10/2 - 10/31

    Ages 12+

    $15 (for all three)

    Three attractions in one! Try to survive the Helms Hotel Murder Castle, Cellar of Torture and The Woods! Trap Them. Torture Them. Bury Them.

    Keep up with Haunted Hall on Facebook or visit their website for further information.

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  • 7

    Hallway of Horror & Film Festival

    3615 South State Road, Ionia

    October 25, 26, 31 & November 1-2

    $10 

    Can you survive the Hallway of Horror followed by a double feature film fest (courtesy of Danny Boy's Drive-In)?

    This haunted hallway is so scary it is recommended for mature audiences only.

     

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  • 8

    Trail of Terror

    7582 Crocker Rd., Holton

    October 30, 31 and November 1

    $14 or $19 VIP

    Exactly as it sounds... a haunted trail through the woods.

    You can get an idea of what to expect by seeing photos and watching the videos here.

  • 9

    Forest of Fear

    8758 Patterson Ave SE, Caledonia

    Friday & Saturday 10/2 - 10/31

    $15

    Ages 10+

    The Forest of Fear is the largest and longest running outdoor haunted attraction in West Michigan.

    Interactive, self guided walk though five chilling acres of haunted woods and swamps.

    More details here.

    This is funded for the Kentwood Jaycees.

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  • 10

    Crane Orchards Corn Maze

    6054 124th Ave, Fennville
  • 11

    The Haunted Hallow

    13215 M-96, Augusta

    Friday & Saturday 10/2 - 10/31

    $10

    Ages 17+ 

    The scariest place in Augusta has its demons back and ready for action!

    Get lost in the maze of despair. That can't sound too good.

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