Haunted Attractions Sure to Scare NJ This Fall

Find frights and delights all over New Jersey as Halloween nears.

Collection of Jack-o-lanterns
Eek! Give yourself a fright in the Garden State this season. Photo: Shutterstock/Alexander Raths

Itching for a good scare this Halloween season? Look no further than these haunted attractions located all over New Jersey.

Creepy walking trails and corn mazes play host to eerie shadows sure to set off your fight-or-flight reflexes, while a drive-through adventure gives participants a little distance from the frights.

Wherever you decide to go this fall, we wish you luck in dodging those demons.

Allentown’s Witches’ Night Out

October 27

Grab your sorceress hat and broom for a wonderful night of witchy wonders. This year’s agenda is still under wraps, but past years have included a Victorian-themed murder mystery theater, witches’ hat contest, scavenger hunt, refreshments and more.
6-9:30 pm; $40. S Main Street, Allentown.

Scare Farm

Weekends starting September 23

Steer clear of this spooky sight if you scare easily. Offering three attractions for the price of one, Hillsborough’s haunted farm has a Creepy Hollow, Paranoia Walking Trail and the Slayride Hayride.
$20. 120 South Branch Road, Hillsborough.

Field of Terror

Weekends starting September 23

In addition to daytime activities, including a corn maze, pumpkin patch and haunted hayride, the Kyle Family Farm will host ghostly night time events that promise to petrify patrons.
$20-$80. 831 Windsor-Perrineville Road, East Windsor.

C. Casola Farms Haunted Attractions

Weekends starting September 24

Calling all creatures of the night to C. Casola Farms’ spooky activities, including zombie paintball, a haunted hayride of terror, a 3D haunted barn and the living maze.
$12-$60. 178 NJ-34, Holmdel.

Bloodshed Farms

Weekends starting September 30

Drive through if you dare. Bizarre beasts will pop up when you least expect them on a terrifyingly fun trip through this frightening farm.
$60. 2919 Route 206, Columbus.

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