Halloween is Coming!
Are you looking for scary thrills and chills in New Jersey this year?
We know some of you like creating New Jersey Halloween displays at homes more than decorating for Christmas. Some families would rather make their ways through scary haunted houses in New Jersey, than go door to door for treats. Now, we are ready for you with our listing of New Jersey Haunted Houses & Halloween Displays, listed by county, with the details we know.
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New Jersey Haunted Houses & Halloween Displays
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Northern New Jersey Haunted Houses & Halloween Displays
Bergen County New Jersey Haunted Houses & Halloween Displays
- We learned about the Stewart family’s Halloween Maze at 124 Sheridan Terrace in Ridgewood from their Facebook page. It opens October 7 and will be open weekdays 4 PM – 9 PM and weekends 12 PM – 9 PM. This is a family friendly Halloween maze with scares first inspired by a 4 year old. Now 21 years later this haunted maze is designed by him every year. Admission is free and you can learn more on our site or their Facebook page. As of September 13, 2020, no 2020 information has been announced yet.
- Haunted Orchards at Demarest Farms
is at 244 Wierimus Road Demarest. For the first time ever, you and your family may experience the Haunted Orchards at Demarest Farm. Featuring a spooky hayride and a bone chilling series of haunted houses filled with ghouls, ghosts and all kinds of scary creatures… you will be transported deep into the orchard to visit the forgotten graveyard nestled within the apple trees. Admission fees apply, for more information visit their website at hauntedorchardfarms.com
Essex County New Jersey Haunted Houses & Halloween Displays
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Hudson County New Jersey Haunted Houses & Halloween Displays
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Morris County New Jersey Haunted Houses & Halloween Displays
- The 13th Hour Haunted House features two floors of heart-stopping entertainment and 5 wildly popular escape rooms. The Haunted Scarehouse is located at 105 West Dewey Ave in Wharton and claims to be the largest stand alone “haunted house” attraction in New Jersey. You can learn more at their site, hauntedscarehouse.com.
- Pantophobia’s The Return of Cyrus Grain is a New Jersey haunted attraction located at DiPiero’s Farmstand 53 Craig Road in Montvale, NJ. Guests up for a scare will navigate through the farm land,on the hunt for the killer Cyrus Grain. There is a fee to attend. Learn more at their site, www.pantophobia.com.
- Jefferson Haunted House at Camp Jefferson,
81 Wehldon Road, Lake Hopatcong.Jefferson Recreation proudly presents the 31st annual Halloween Haunted House at Camp Jefferson, 81 Weldon Road, Lake Hopatcong rain or shine – with performances again on Sunday, October 20. This show is “Escape from Lakeside Hospital” and promises to be spooktacular!Ghostly spirits will inhabit the completely transformed Community Lodge where eerie scenarios will unfold in dark and scary rooms causing you to laugh and scream your way through a diverse gathering of ghosts, ghouls, serial killers, random creatures, and things that go bump in the night! Spirits will be roaming the outside grounds as well, and DJ Earl of Sound Solutions Entertainment will be playing some bloodcurdling music for the monster mash to get the ghouls dancing. If you dare, take a haunted hay ride (a nominal fee) through the dark and mysterious woods and hold on so you don’t jump out of your skin along the road!There will be a matinee performance (a less frightening children’s hour suggested for 5th graders and younger) from 3:30 to 5 pm on Saturday, October 19 with regular scary evening peformances from 7 to 9:30 pm. On Sunday, October 20, another less frightening children’s hour matinee will run from 3:30 to 4:30 pm with regular scary evening performances from 6 to 8 pm. Admission to the Haunted House is $3 for adults and children for the matinee “less scary” performances and $5 per adults and children for the scary evening performances. Attendees are asked to contribute non-perishable food items, paper products, toiletries, and/or cleaning products to donate to the township food pantries.
Passaic County New Jersey Haunted Houses & Halloween Displays
- The Brighton Aslyum at 2 Brighton Ave in Passaic is ready to give you a great scare. One only needs to look at their site at brightonasylum.com to get a sense of how terrifying your visit to this Passaic County haunted house could be. Visit The Bleeding Grounds, come for Slasher Thursdays. Fee to enter, check their website for more info, brightonasylum.com
- The Martorana Christmas House isn’t only for Christmas! Head to 396 Fairfield Road in Wayne for some Halloween festive decor. Their 155+ inflatables will be open October 7, 4pm to 9pm every weekday until Halloween unless it is raining. On weekends they will be open Noon to 9pm. No fee to view. View the complete schedule here. 2020 dates have not yet been announced as of Sept. 13.
Sussex County New Jersey Haunted Houses & Halloween Displays
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Union County New Jersey Haunted Houses & Halloween Displays
- At the Union County Performing Arts Center in Rahway, Haunted Hamilton is a haunted house set in a theater set. As you make your way through stairwells and building, you’ll get up close with some scary creatures. You can learn more at their site, ucpac.org. There is a fee to visit, dates are October 27, 27 and 31.
Warren County New Jersey Haunted Houses & Halloween Displays
Central New Jersey Haunted Houses & Halloween Displays
Hunterdon County New Jersey Haunted Houses & Halloween Displays
Hunterdon County is one spooky place! Lot of stories about ghost sightings at abandoned hotels and haunted mansions. Have you been to a spooky barn? Some stories are of mere hauntings, while other specter sightings are much more elaborate. This list includes those places that are spooky, but may still be appropriate for some children. Please use your best discretion as to what level of spookiness you believe that your children will be able to handle.
- Schaefers Farms’ Frightfest is located at 1051 Flemington Whitehouse Road in Flemington, New Jersey. While you walk the 200 acres of Schaefers Farms’ Frightfest be ready for four frightening attractions that will thrill, scare, and make you scream – the Hayride of Horror, the Trail of Terror, the MassAcre Maize, and the Carnevil of Chaos! Evenings at this Hunterdon County scary attraction includes semi-live entertainment. There is a fee to visit. Learn more at their site farmofhorrors.com. As of Sept. 13, no 2020 information has been announced.
- Flemington Union Hotel In 1934, Bruno Hauptmann was accused of kidnapping and murdering Charles Lindbergh’s infant son. The Flemington’s Union Hotel is directly across from the courthouse where the trail of the century took place. Over the years lots of stories have been shared about possible ghost sightings. The rooms have not changed much from 1934 and still remain empty and spooky. The Flemington Union Hotel is closed to the public but is visible from Main Street.
- Lambertville is a small town located on the Delaware river in Hunterdon county. It seems like the perfect town for Halloween. Lots of brick houses, Victorian homes and narrow streets create a perfect Halloween atmosphere. So many houses are decorated with spiders, skeletons, and scary dolls. A lot of the Halloween decorations are homemade by many talented artists. Don’t forget to visit the famous Halloween house which was inspired by Tim Burton. The Lambertville High School which was built in 1855 is a local legend with lots of rumors of scary noises, ghost and mysterious happenings. The high school has been taken down but you can still get that spooky feeling.
- The Glowing Grave of Readington – There’s something mystical and spooky about cemeteries. So many stories have been told about graveyards. The Readington Reformed Church moved to Readington in 1738. It is the oldest Dutch Reformed Church in Hunterdon. The cemetery is marked with lots of old graves. Their is one grave stone that appears to glow with an eerie blue light. Across from the church you will find a pull-off that allows you a great view of the spooky grave yard.
- The Red Mill Haunted Village is at 56 Main Street, Clinton. Set in a historical wool mill from 1810 that now hosts a museum, the Haunted Village has been providing scares to tri-state residents for 28 years. The mill is transformed into 3 stories of twists and turns, never knowing what kind of ghouls and zombies you’ll encounter with your next step. The Haunted Village is family fun for people of all ages. There will be kid friendly Happy Haunts taking place as well. Visit their website at redmillhauntedvillage.org. As of Sept. 13, no 2020 information has been announced.
Mercer County New Jersey Haunted Houses & Halloween Displays
- At Field of Terror at the K and S Farm there are 4 different nightly scary events to torment and tease guests. This Mercer County haunted attraction is located at 831 Windsor-Perrineville Road in East Windsor, New Jersey. Be ready to get scared with the Killer Kornfield corn maze, the Haunted Hayride to Terror Town, the Unknown Barn, Creepy Carnival Paintball Ride and Timmery Manor. Each night features a live DJ so you can dance off the scares around the bonfire. Some nights fireworks are included! There is a fee to attend. Learn more at their site, www.fieldofterror.com. As of Sept. 13, no 2020 information has been announced.
Middlesex County New Jersey Haunted Houses & Halloween Displays
- We are looking for Middlesex County haunted houses & Halloween displays.
Monmouth County New Jersey Haunted Houses & Halloween Displays
- Throughout the month of October, iPlay America will feature a trick-or-treat trail, spooktacular décor, photo opportunities, and other Halloween-themed fun. As of Sept. 13, no 2020 information has been announced.
- Kids LIVE Halloween Entertainment
Every Saturday & Sunday Saturday enjoy entertainment by NJ Circus Center from 12:30 PM -1 PM and 2 PM – 2:30 PM, and Sunday be amazed by Pete & Chris Amusements 2 man magic show from 12:30 PM -1 PM and 2 PM – 2:30 PM.
- Trick or Treat Trail Every Sunday 12-4 PM
Join the Trick-or-Treat Trail every Sunday from 12 to 4 pm. Purchase a Trick-or-Treat Trail Bag and Map for just $5 at the Welcome Center! Follow the map to 6 different stations to find Halloween Treats! When you have completed the trail, you will have the chance to enter to win a birthday party at iPlay America! On Friday, October 26th from 5 PM – 8PM come to iPlay America to Trick-or-Treat around the park! There will also be a costume contest, as well as a raffle. Pre-registration required. Registration coming soon.
- The Gress House Holiday Light Spectacular is a residence with a Halloween display at 14 Johnson Ave (off Broadway) Union Beach, NJ. Their decoration is family friendly. They accept donations every year to help the Children’s Miracle Network. You can learn more on their Facebook page.
- The Hazlet House of Horrors has 6 rooms of alarming antics with tricks and treats galore. Halloween festivities will be hosted by Hazlet Recreation and the Raritan High School Performing Arts Department from October 25th and 26th from 7 PM – 10 PM and Sunday October 27th from 5 PM -7 PM. The first hour of each night is “Horror Lite” suggested for ages 9 and up. You won’t BOO-lieve the tricks and treats in store. This is a free event located at 1776 Union Ave., Hazlet, New Jersey. You can learn more on their Facebook page. As of Sept. 13, no 2020 information has been announced.
- Casola Farms Haunted Attractions offers 5 scary and haunted activities in one location. Which one will scare you the most at this Monmouth County haunted trail? Will it be the Haunted Hayride of Terror, the 3-D Haunted Barn, the Haunted Wooded Trail, the Living Maze, or the Marlboro Zombie Breakout paintball adventure. Casola Farms Haunted Attractions are located at 131 South Main Street in Marlboro, New Jersey. There is a fee to visit. Learn more at their site, hauntedcasola.com.
Somerset County New Jersey Haunted Houses & Halloween Displays
- The Scare Farm at Norz Farm is a haunted attraction located at 116 South Branch Road in Hillsborough, New Jersey. This Somerset County farm has three terrifying attractions to bring out the fright in you and your family this Halloween! Walk the fields of Creepy Hollow and live the story of old maniacal Elias Atrum…or die trying! Want to delve into your darkest fears? Explore the Paranoia corn field or take a terrifying Slay Ride! There is a fee to attend. Learn more at their site, www.scarefarm.com. As of Sept. 13, no 2020 information has been announced.
Southern New Jersey Haunted Houses & Halloween Displays
Our thanks to Visit South Jersey for their help in locating even more haunted places to visit in South Jersey. Some of these haunted locations in New Jersey are even open year round.
Atlantic County New Jersey Haunted Houses & Halloween Displays
- Can you handle R and J Farm’s Cornfield of Terror?
Located at 723 W. Herschel Street in Egg Harbor City, this Atlantic County haunted attraction will have you screaming and perhaps running out of the cornfields! The Cornfield of Terror torments and thrills with scares around every corner. There is a fee to visit. Learn more at their site, cornfieldofterror.com.The Cornfield of Terror is closed for the 2020 season due to Covid-19.
- Do you want to discover if Absecon Lighthouse is home to ghostly keepers that still watch over the shore in Atlantic City? Did the Jersey Devil pay a visit in 1909?
Come visit the Absecon Lighthouse On October 26 to hear the true ghost stories that prompted a visit from SyFy’s Ghost Hunters! Guided tours of their grounds and tower will let you explore our rich history and experience some spooky tales. Tickets are $20. Refreshments will be provided and reservations are required.
Burlington County New Jersey Haunted Houses & Halloween Displays
- Ready for a scare in Burlington County? BloodShed Farms Fearfest at the Columbus Farmers Market on 2919 Route 206 in Columbus, New Jersey is ready for you! This Columbus haunted attraction is run by the The Haunted Prison in Mount Holly. Five attractions are sure to terrify you, including Hellsgate Asylum, ClownOPhobia, The Last Ride, The Trail of Terror, and The Blood Shed. Each night features The Reapers Ball – a nightly party with a live DJ, food, roaming characters, games, pumpkin smashing, entertainment, spooky photo ops, live shows, and more. Learn more about this Burlington County haunted attraction and their admission fees at their site, www.bloodshedfarmsfearfest.com.
- Something tells me the Jersey Devil can be found at the V & V Adventure Farm. If you dare seek him out head to the Jersey Devil Haunt at V & V Adventure Farm at 1339 Old Indian Mills Road in Shamong, New Jersey. There’s no lights, no flashlights. You’ll have to rely on the moonlight to make your way through this Burlington County haunted maze. Every corner, every twist will test your ability to handle scares. V & V Adventure Farm also offers a Zombie Invasion Shootout Hayride. There is a fee to visit. Learn more at their site, www.vvadventurefarm.com. As of Sept. 13, no 2020 information has been announced.
- From Visit South Jersey, the Burlington County Prison, at the corner of High Street & Grant Street in Mount Holly has been investigated by Ghost Hunters and many other paranormal reason teams. From 1811 to 1965, the prison was home to male and female inmates, including convicted murderers who were held in their maximum security dungeon. There were many escape attempts – some ended disastrously – and at least two guards died at the hands of escaping prisoners. Historians believe that some successful escapees were never found. On the third floor, cell five is haunted by the ghost of Joel Clough, convicted of stabbing his girlfriend to death. After being hanged in 1833, guards and inmates have reported strange phenomena such as hearing sounds of moaning and rattling chains, seeing floating items and apparitions inside the empty cell. Even after the prison closed, Clough’s ghost tormented the workers who were restoring the prison.
This historical landmark now operates as a year-round museum where visitors can tour the haunted prison Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays for a very low admission fee. Learn more at www.prisonmuseum.net.
Camden County New Jersey Haunted Houses & Halloween Displays
Halloween Horror at Sahara Sam’s
At Sahara Sam’s Halloween Horror event the scares start at 7:30 pm when the park’s “Wringmaster,” will guide guests to safety indoors as the outdoor park transforms into Halloween Horror. The bravest guests will journey through three scare zones, Midway Mayhem, Zombie Zone and Boom Town filled with clowns, zombies, ghouls and more. In the “Zombie Decontamination Zone,” guests can fight their way through a claustrophobia tunnel filled with spooky surprises. As of Sept. 13, no 2020 information has been announced.
- Psycho Trail
is a haunted home in Blackwood, New Jersey. Admission is free, but they do accept donations to benefit the American Cancer Society. It is a small scale haunted house at 311 Harrison Avenue in Blackwood. The Psycho trail home haunt is open Oct 13, 19, 20, 21, 26, 27, 28 and 31. No scares on the 21st and 28th so bring the kids! You can learn more at their Facebook page.
- Another Visit South Jersey recommendation, the Gabreil Daveis Tavern House, at 503 3rd Avenue in Glendora, also known as the Hillman Hospital House, was built in 1756 near Big Timber Creek and housed boatmen who used the creek to ship goods to Philadelphia. It was designated a hospital by George Washington during the Revolutionary War. The tavern has had many ghost sightings and stories over the years. The original furnishings are still in the house and there are still bloodstains in the attic. On occasion, people have observed someone walking in the upstairs rooms, lights in the windows, and strange sounds of people suffering. Visit the Gloucester Township website for more information.
- In Glendora is also a residence with a Halloween display on Maple Avenue, just behind the Sun Bank off N. Black Horse Pike. You can see some pictures of it on radio station, SOJO’s website.
- Another Camden County Haunted House attraction recommended from Visit South Jersey is the Haddonfield Historical Society’s Greenfield Hall. Greenfield Hall, located at 343 Kings Highway E in Haddonfield, served as the headquarters building for the Haddonfield Historical Society. It is the third home built on the property which was given by Elizabeth Haddon Estaugh to her first cousin John Gill I in 1728. There have been quite a few ghostly encounters in the hall – come see for yourself and visit during the annual Haunted Haddonfield Walking Tours and the Haunted Mansion. As of Sept. 13, no 2020 information has been announced.
- One more spooky place in Camden County that Visit South Jersey shared with us is the Ritz Theatre located at 915 White Horse Pike in Haddon Township. The Ritz Theatre opened as a vaudeville theatre in 1927. When it first opened, performers often worked and slept in the theatre. Witnesses have had numerous experiences with these burlesque ghosts from the early days such as weird photos with glowing orbs in them and hearing someone tap dancing through the halls. One stage manager even said that one of the ghosts tugged on the scarf she was wearing around her neck! The Ritz Theatre is still in operation with family friendly shows running, so the best way to get an up close and personal experience of this haunted site is to go see a performance there.
Cape May County New Jersey Haunted Houses & Halloween Displays
Cumberland County New Jersey Haunted Houses & Halloween Displays
Gloucester County New Jersey Haunted Houses & Halloween Displays
- The Night of Terror is a Gloucester County haunted attraction located at Creamy Acres Farm at 448 Lincoln Mill Rd in Mullica Hill. Night of Terror has been voted in the top 10 best haunted attractions in the US. The site includes 5 terrifying attractions, including The Harvest, Slaughter Cave, Dark Dreams, Ride of Terror, and Haunted Paintball Hayride. Admission fees apply. Learn more at their site, www.nightofterror.com. As of Sept. 13, no 2020 information has been announced.
- In Deptford is a residence with a Halloween display on Spartan Court. Visitors are allowed inside as well. We don’t have an exact address, but just look for the house decorated elaborately for Halloween. There is no fee to visit but they appreciate donations of dog food, dog treats, and dog blankets for the Gloucester County Animal Shelter.
- Another Visit South Jersey recommendation is the Whitall House at 100 Hessian Avenue in National Park. James and Ann Whitall’s house became a temporary field hospital for soldiers injured in the Revolutionary War during the 1770’s. The ghosts of the dead soldiers are said to haunt the attic and cause visitors to experiences voices, moans, and even cold temperatures. The Perceptive Paranormal Research group investigated the house and reported ghosts touching them, a dizzying feeling, and evidence of strong paranormal activity. If you’re interested in visiting this haunted house, plan a visit! Admission is free at the Whitall House. Learn more at the Gloucester County website.
Ocean County New Jersey Haunted Houses & Halloween Displays
- Tuckerton Seaport’s Haunted Seaport is located at 120 W Main St, Tuckerton.
By day the Seaport is decked out in their Halloween finest for treaters of all ages. But at night, things get spooky. The Tuckerton Seaport boardwalk and buildings are all haunted during Haunted Seaport each with a different frightastic theme. Guests can also take a haunted hayride through the wicked woods. Be on the lookout for the Jersey Devil! You can learn more about the Haunted Seaport on our site or theirs. There is a fee to attend.
- Great Adventure’s Fright Fest Fright by Night ~ Like Tuckerton Seaport, things get much scarier at Six Flags Great Adventure Fright Fest. There are scary mummies and creatures walking among the crowds, terrifying mazes and haunted attractions and more. You can read about it in our article, 19 Ways to GET SCARED at Six Flags Great Adventure Fright Fest. As of Sept. 13, no 2020 information has been announced.
- The Dark Carnival located at Blackbeard’s Cave on 136 Atlantic City Boulevard, in Bayville, New Jersey, takes the circus you love and adds terrifying thrills sure to have you experiencing different kind of screams. Be ready to get scared at the Dark Carnival, a traveling scary side show located in a cave, Blackbeard’s Grave. Four frightening experiences (The Dark Carnival, The Meat Grinder, Night Terrors, and The Sanitarium) and torturous crazy clowns, freaks, and more horrific characters might possibly give you the scare of your life. There is a fee to attend. Learn more at www.darkcarnivalhauntedhouse.com.
- At the Nightmare at Gravity Hill at Cicconi Farms on 1005 Farmingdale Road in Jackson, New Jersey, guests experience a mix of frights as they explore this scary Ocean County’s farms terrifying scenes. Nightmare at Gravity Hill’s Haunted Trail scary maze offers a 5-acre, 35 minute walkable Halloween experience with an extensive cast of terrifying ghouls, zombies, creepy clowns, and other haunted characters if you dare to visit. Open Friday-Sunday starting September 13. There is a fee to visit. Learn more at their site, www.nightmareatgravityhill.com.
- Where does Dracula come out at Halloween? How does he torment others? Find out at the Dracula’s Domain located on 569 Monmouth Road in Jackson. Dracula’s Domain features three haunted attractions – the 66-acre Haunted Hayride, the Psycho Path, and the Dead End Corn Maze. Located next to Six Flags Great Adventure, combine a visit to both places for an epic scary adventure. There is a fee to attend. Opens for the season September 27. Learn more at their site, www.draculasdomain.net. As of Sept. 13, no 2020 information has been announced.
- Scary Rotten Farms offers guests two scary attractions and a way to give back as you get scared. Scary Rotten Farms is located at 151 Brick Boulevard, in Brick, New Jersey. This Ocean County haunted attraction includes Twisted Tales, Sinister Sneed’s Chaotic Carnival of Chaos and Blackened The Plague. A portion of the proceeds of admission fees will benefit the Ocean of Love Cancer Foundation. Learn more at their site, scaryrottenfarms.com.
- Support local Boy Scouts and the Rotary and get spooked at Operation Halloween 2018 located at the Joseph A. Citta Scout Reservation At Brookville 229 Brookville Rd, Barnegat. The event is held Friday and Saturday, October 26-27. Enjoy family friendly fun from 4-7 PM with Pumpkin Street and a Munchkin Hayride. Looking for fright? Visit from 7-10 PM for Zombie Outbreak, the One Step Beyond tour through the woods, or ride the tractor for the Jersey Devil Hayride. $15 admission sold at the gate, ages 3 and under are free. As of Sept. 13, no 2020 information has been announced.
Salem County New Jersey Haunted Houses & Halloween Displays
- From Visit South Jersey comes this last recommendation. Berry’s Chapel in the woods of Quinton, NJ, was once a small African American settlement in the woods when slavery was still around – now it lies in ruins. The church was built by a pastor named Berry and it was burned down twice. If you go out there now, sometimes you can see the church fully intact and burning. Learn more in this WeirdNJ article.
- Get into the Halloween spirit over at Parvin State Park 701 Almond Rd, Pittsgrove Township. Every Friday and Saturday night, “Terror in the Timbers” will be taking over a section of Parvin, leading you on a walk through horror. Terror in the Timbers is open to the public October 5, 6, 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, and 27. The cost to enter is $12 per person and the minimum age to enter is 12 years old. As of Sept. 13, no 2020 information has been announced.
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