10 Best Haunted Attractions in New Jersey

If you crave all things bone-chilling, hair-raising, and utterly terrifying, you won’t want to miss a single haunted attraction in New Jersey. Here in the Garden State, we know how to give Halloween the attention it deserves by hosting some of the spookiest, spine-tingling haunted houses, farms, fields, and more. Get in the spirit of Halloween at these 10 best haunted attractions in New Jersey—if you dare.

Bloodshed Farms Fear Fest, Columbus, NJ

Fully interactive and 100 percent terrifying, you won’t want to come alone. A funhouse crawling with psychotic clowns, an insane asylum, a trail of terror, and the scariest hayride you’ve ever ridden are more than enough to channel your deepest fears. You can access all four main attractions for a single price.

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Night of Terror, Mullica Hill, NJ

Five haunted attractions combine to become the biggest scare kingdom in New Jersey. Knock out some zombies on a haunted paintball hayride, explore the sinister happenings in the Slaughter Cave, meet your worst nightmares in Dark Dreams, embark on a national attention-earning hayride, and much more. This mega experience is one you’ll never forget.

Scary Rotten Farms, Brick Township, NJ

This place is much like a dark, twisted version of all your childhood fantasies rolled into one. Explore the demonic carnival as you try to escape with your life or make a narrow escape from the plague that threatens everyone in its path. You choose the adventure, and hope you made the right call.

Field of Terror, East Windsor, NJ

Heart-racing and scream-inducing, there’s no shortage of terror-ridden fun to have here. Fearsome places like the killer kornfield, haunted hayride, and house of insanity, you might just question your very own wits. You can hunt for psycho clowns aboard the paintball wagon, or if that’s too much thrill, you can explore the family-friendly haunts like the flashlight maze or enjoy some nighttime pumpkin picking.

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Farm of Horrors, Flemington, NJ

Four attractions for just $30 gives you one of the best values in scare tactics without sacrificing on quality. Over 200 acres of pure terror await you as you embark on a haunted hayride, walking trail, corn maze, and a chaotic carnival made of pure evil. If screams were dollars, you’d more than get your money’s worth.

13th Hour, Wharton, NJ

Formerly known as the Haunted Scarehouse, the 13th Hour is a series of three haunted houses that are nothing short of horrifying. The House of Nightmares and the Attic each give you two floors of terrors and shrieks as you make your way through their fearsome rooms that are anything but homey. Then, take an extra trip to the Dark Side, where you’ll plunge yourself into total darkness and encounter live actors and animatronics you thought only existed in your worst nightmares. 

The Haunted Village, Clinton, NJ

Located at the Red Mill museum, you should have known this historical spot was chock full of real spooks! The haunted village is very much alive in the 1810 mill, offering three full stories of twists, turns, chills, and thrills. There are also kid-friendly activities for those who aren’t quite up to the task of finding out which ghosts were put here for show—and which ones have been hanging around for years!

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Oasis Island of Terror, Robbinsville, NJ

Don’t let the name fool you - there’s nothing relaxing or hopeful about this horror destination. This walkthrough adventure is a little too lifelike for many but keep telling yourself it’s just for fun and maybe you can convince yourself. If you’re too afraid to visit after dark, come during the day and enjoy a little pumpkin fun with the kiddos—zero percent scary.

House of Horrors, East Brunswick, NJ

Open only on Fridays and Saturdays in October, the haunted house and hayride won’t terrify your bank account at just $5 each (or $8 for a combo ticket). This volunteer-run project is helping out Project Gift to provide gifts for local needy children during the holidays. Being scare never felt so good.

A Casola Farms Fall Fest, Holmdel, NJ

With Halloween activities day and night, you can choose just how much scare you can handle. This year, you can explore the all-new House of Horrors that might have you looking over your shoulder long after you’ve left the building. The Forbidden Forest, Corn Walk of Terror, haunted hayride, and a trip through Leather Face’s junkyard give you an entire evening’s worth of thrills and chills.

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