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Niles Scream Park

 
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Scare Factor
Moderately Scary
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Organization Type
Charity / NOT For Profit
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Haunted Houses, Haunted Hay Rides, Haunted Mazes / Haunted Corn Mazes, Haunted Trails, Escape Games, Scream Parks, Other Events
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Wheelchair Accessible, Snacks & Refreshments, Outdoor Event(s), Indoor Event(s), Covered Wait Area, Free Parking
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The Place Everyone's Screaming About!

The Niles Scream Park is not just scary--many consider it to be one of the top haunted attractions in the country! Certainly one of the largest, Niles Scream Park offers 44 acres of blood-curdling fear! Unlike other haunted houses, Niles rebuilds all seven attractions each year to provide you with completely new and unique shows.

The professionally designed sets and ingenious scare-tactics led the Niles Scream Park to be recognized by Haunted Attraction Magazine as one of the “Top 31 Must-See Haunted Attractions” nationwide for several years! This is no mere roadside attraction! Come visit one of the country's premier haunted houses!

Seven all-new attractions in 2022!

The Niles Haunted House is the largest and most popular of our attractions, it has been with us since the beginning! Before you even get to the massive house, you must make your way along a lonely, winding path with shaky bridges over dark ponds, foggy patches through trees and a completely pitch-black maze leading to the dead!

Once you get into the house, there are over 100 different paths through the attraction, and it is impossible to see it all with less than seven trips. Each year the rooms, themes, sound effects and scares are changed to provide a fresh show. In 2022, you will experience a variety of your worst nightmares. From decrepit catacombs to the thrills and chills of a living doll house and garden of evil and so much more! We will have your adrenaline gland pumping!

After you’ve made it through the main House, you still have to survive a late 1800’s village as you continue through many more twists and turns!

Sinister Streets of Salem
It’s 1692 and you’re in the heart of Salem, Massachusetts. Unfortunately, you are not in town for simple, leisurely activities such as buying goods in the market or exploring the local treasured landmarks. You’ve been summoned for an inquiry into your practice of witchcraft and therefore must appear in Court before the “Hanging Judge.” Current trials are favoring the guilty to be hanged or burned at the stake, but can you provide enough evidence to clear your name?

The Evil Estate
We often live in this world day-by-day without giving the existence of abnormal beings or events a second thought. Don & Betty Whitlock are paranormal investigators that make a living on helping those who experience events beyond the scope of a normal, scientific understanding. Throughout their lifetime, the Whitlock’s have collected objects from their investigations that are strongly believed to be possessed, dangerous and life-threatening. This collection has made it to their secluded estate for the security and safety of all human life. Due to the recent passing of these legendary investigators, the estate has been left vacant and entry is forbidden until city officials determine the right course of action.

Make sure to also visit the outdoor attractions!

Field of Screams - Considered one of our most popular attractions, even a GPS won’t help you find your way out of this series of outdoor mazes. Finding a way out means venturing through a massive authentic cemetery, a toxic waste facility, a bayou and even the jeepers creepers provided by the ghost town. But once you are there, your problem becomes how to escape! Be sure to grab some comfortable shoes because this is a LONG stroll through the dark and unknown!

Dark Terror-tory Haunted Hayride - If the other attractions have you tired of running, you can get on board a tractor-drawn wagon and ride the Dark Terror-tory Haunted Hayride. The trail is approximately a mile long and filled with more than 40 sets that will take you on a journey through the legend of King’s County. A mix of humor and scares, the ride is certainly not a typical Fall hayride through the woods.

Hooded - Our most intense horror experience ever is BACK by popular demand! Just when you thought it was over, we’re kicking things up a notch. Each patron is blindfolded and oh yeah, the actors can touch you! Adults 18 and older only. You must sign a waiver. If you bail out of the attraction, you got what you paid for–an experience so intense you couldn’t handle it! No refunds. No chicken out passes. Good luck! Included in the Frightful Nightful Plus Package.

Mini Escape Rooms - The Niles Scream Park has brought the popular escape room concept to their midway. A new twist is “speed escape rooms.” Fast paced and exciting, there will be four, five-minute escape rooms open at the Park.

You can also enjoy Halloween-themed games, special entertainers and food in the midway. Through our worker volunteer program, the Niles Scream Park has donated more than 2.2 million dollars since 1996 to local and national charities and non-profits. We put the "care" in "scare."

Black Out!

One last weekend of frights! Brave the attractions in the pitch black with only a glow stick to guide you. All the lights will be out...will you be able to make it through or will something in the dark get you?

Friday, November 4 and Saturday, November 5, 2022: 7-10 pm

While you're screaming, you'll be helping a good cause. The Park raises money for a wide variety of local charities. In 2021, it donated more than $125,000 to more than 65 not-for-profit organizations such as Boy Scout groups, church youth groups and booster groups for colleges and high schools.
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Hours of Operation: September:
Fridays & Saturdays: 8 pm - 11 pm

October:
Fridays & Saturdays: 7 pm - 11 pm
Sundays (starting on October 9th): 7 pm - 10 pm

November 4-5 (Blackout): 7 pm - 10 pm

Admission Costs: ONLINE PRICING ONLY! (Price is more at the Park)
Individual Attraction Tickets:
$16 The Niles Haunted House
$15 The Field of Screams
$10 Hooded (adults 18 or older)
$11 The Dark Terror-tory Haunted Hayride
$22 "Haunted Duplex" (2 attractions - Sinister Streets of Salem & The Evil Estate)
Combination Packages: Starts from $31

Payments Accepted: Cash, Credit Cards

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