2016 Review: Niles Haunted House Scream Park


For the third straight year, the Haunted House Indy team traveled up north to Niles, Michigan to check out the one and only Niles Haunted House Scream Park!

The three-hour drive is always worth it.

And I must say, for only being the second weekend, they were PACKED.


The Niles Haunted House
First up, the main house at Niles.  This year's theme was Cinema, with a lot of classic movie monsters coming to life.  The cinematic theming is second to none and was awesome to see and experience.  It's very hard to ignore the amount of time and effort that has clearly gone into this house.  A must-see for sure.


Krampus: A Christmas Curse & Cabin 13
The Krampus attraction was so cool.  If you're familiar with the legend, then you'll get a huge kick out of this one.  The details are extraordinary and the scares are genuine.  A+, for sure.  And as for Cabin 13, this takes the cake for me.  The theming and setup are absolutely incredible.  Granted, I'm a sucker for anything woodsy or campy, so yeah, we loved Cabin 13.


The Field of Screams
The field is always one of my favorite parts of Niles, and 2016 was no different.  It just keeps getting better and better,  The mazes are classic.  And the bayou setup is utterly fantastic.  The field is sort of hard to describe, it's definitely something you have to experience.


Dark TERRORtory Haunted Hayride
Ah, the hayride.  I'm extremely happy to announce that I absolutely loved the hayride this year.  You can tell it's something that they try to improve on year after year -- and it is definitely showing.  I'll go as far as to say this is, hands down, the best year for the hayride yet.  Loved it.  We all did.


Wow, he gave 5 Skulls to every attraction.  And you know what?  They deserved it.  Niles Haunted House Scream Park continues to be a leader in the haunt field -- not just locally, but nationally.  Way to go, guys!

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