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Haunted Attractions in Northern New Jersey

by Taylor Duncan
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October means it’s officially spooky season, and that usually means braving the different haunted houses, haunted corn mazes, and haunted hayrides in the area. There are so many fun things to do for Halloween in North Jersey that you can’t really do any other month in the year, so we’ve rounded up a list of fun haunted attractions in North Jersey for you to plan ahead. Read on to see fun haunted attractions in the North Jersey area.

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13th Hour Haunted House | 105 W Dewey Avenue Suite 5, Wharton

13th Hour Haunted House

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A real haunted trio, whether you’re looking for a haunted house, escape room, or haunted hatchet throw (with glow-in-the-dark hatchets and targets, yes) — 13th Hour has you covered. Ranked as one of the best haunted attractions in the country, this scare zone will be open for the 2022 season on Fridays, Saturday, Sundays, some Thursdays, and Monday the 31st for Halloween. 

Secure your tickets here this October.

Brighton Asylum | 2 Brighton Avenue, Passaic

Brighton Asylum

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Featured on The Today Show, Cake Boss, Buzzfeed, and visited by actor James Franco — the Brighton Asylum is one of the scariest and most interactive haunted houses in the country. It has escape rooms, axe throwing, and ghost tours. It’s open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday all October, with some select Thursdays and Halloween as well. From the main Brighton Asylum to Sub CULTure and The Bleeding Grounds, there are plenty of freaky things to do here. 

To purchase your tickets, head to the website.

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Farm of Horrors | 1051 Flemington Whitehouse Road 523, Flemington

Farm of Horrors

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Four different horrifying attractions are located right in Flemington: Hayride of Horror, Trail of Terror, Massacre Maze, and Carnevil of Chaos — and prices start at $38. Farm of Horrors opened for the season on September 30th, 2022, and will run through October 30th. The attractions are spread out over 200+ acres on the farm, so there’s plenty of room to run away from whatever terror finds you. 

 Make sure to grab your tickets here.

Nightmare at Gravity Hill | 1005 Farmingdale Road, Jackson

Nightmare at Gravity Hill

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This is your destination for fear and a haunted farm experience. Terror waits in the five-acre walkable trail at “Nightmare on Gravity Hill.” Visitors will find themselves wondering if the frights they’re experiencing are real, or only a nightmare. Tickets can only be purchased on-site at the ticket booth, and ticket sales are cash-only. It’s open Fridays and Saturdays throughout September and October, and tickets are $35 for general admission or $50 for express admission to skip the line. 

Oasis Island of Terror | 3 Circle Drive, Robbinsville

Oasis Island of Terror has two distinct attractions: The Woods Have Eyes and Blackout, or a combo pass that gets you into both. The Woods Have Eyes is a haunted trail that is one mile long. Activities are self-guided here and are meant to be super scary — so much so that children under 12 are not advised to attend. Tickets are only available on site. 

 

Pantophobia | 156 Summit Avenue, Montvale

Pantophobia nj

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Entirely outdoors and entirely spooky, Pantophobia will be incorporating new scenes for 2022 – and they will tell the story of “The Revenge of Cyrus Grain.” This haunted wagon takes about 25 to 30 minutes, and it passes through greenhouses, open fields, and past the creepy Grain family home. You can purchase your tickets for Pantophobia in advance here. This attraction is great for children and is one of the less terrifying options on the list. It’s entirely outdoors, so be sure to dress in warm clothes. You can see the dates and times when this attraction is open here

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Scary Rotten Farms | 151 Brick Boulevard, Brick Township

Scary Rotten Farms

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The three terrifying haunts at Scary Rotten Farms are sure to put you in the Halloween spirit. “Sinister Sneed’s Chaotic Carnival of Chaos,” “Delirious Requiem,” and “Twisted Tales” are all attractions that are up and running this fall. This spot requires you to print out and sign a waiver to attend, so you know it must be legit. Purchase your tickets for one (or all) of the three haunts — and read the stories behind these creepy attractions here.

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