WISCONSIN — For fans of scares, the month of October is the most wonderful time of the year.
There are more than 55 haunted houses in Wisconsin, per https://thescarefactor.com/, so we’ve gathered up some spooky favorites throughout the Badger State.
(Courtesy of The Hill Has Eyes)
The Hill Has Eyes
7005 S. Ballpark Drive, Franklin, Wis.
This Milwaukee-area attraction offers four outdoor haunts for the price of one. Guests go through the Failed Escape, Hunger Hollow, Carnivore and Dead End, which all span 45 acres.
The Hill Has Eyes also hosts a Not-So-Scary Halloween Party on Sundays.
For more, click here.
Wisconsin Fear Grounds
1000 Northview Road, Waukesha, Wis.
The Wisconsin Feargrounds are providing attendees with multiple different, haunting experiences: The Compound, Sketchy’s Chambers and Contagion. New this year, Contagion will turn into Counter Attack every Sunday in October.
Click here for more information.
Abandoned Haunted House Complex
2825 S.E. Frontage Road, Mount Pleasant
Abandoned Haunted Complex House is about 20 minutes south of Milwaukee and houses four diverse haunted attractions. They are each designed to startle guests’ various senses.
For more, click here.
(Courtesy of Screamin Acres Haunted Houses)
Screamin Acres Haunted Houses
3865 State Road 138 Stoughton, Wis.
Located just south of Madison, Screamin Acres offers five total haunted attractions. The attractions include a slaughterhouse, a shocking prison, a haunted house with a mad scientist twist, a “mind-numbing” 3D experience and a shock therapy sideshow for thrill-seekers.
Click here for tickets.
The Haunted Forest at Schuster’s Farm
1326 US-12, Deerfield, Wis.
Every Friday and Saturday from the end of September through October, Schuster’s Farm offers the Haunted Forest. Endure a nerve-racking ride into the woods at night and stumble to the entry of the forest.
Visit https://www.schustershaunt.com/ for more.
(Courtesy of Green Bay Fear)
500 N Lake St, Neenah, Wis.
The Midwest’s largest haunted complex is about 30 minutes away from Green Bay, right in the Fox Valley. The haunted house complex is home to four full-sized themed experiences, including a buried alive experience.
The Burial Chamber has won numerous awards over the years, including “Favorite Haunted House,” “Greatest Haunt Value” and “Most Scares.”
Tickets can be found here.
Green Bay Fear
1950 Bond St, Green Bay, Wis.
Green Bay Fear Haunted Attractions offers a selection of nightmare-fueled walkthroughs. From a clown funhouse to a wicked forest, guests’ fears will become reality.
For more information, click here.
Terror on the Fox
2285 South Broadway, Ashwaubenon, Wis.
This horror attraction is a fan-favorite for the Badger State. It includes a “Terror Train,” an encounter with the Boogeyman and more.
Click here for more.