Scariest Haunted House in New Jersey – are you looking for a spooky haunted house to visit this fall? We love scary haunted houses and visit lots of them if we can, though I have to say I always shriek the loudest! It’s the live scare actors that always terrify me! So, whether you want to visit an ancient farmhouse, a scary asylum, or haunted woods, here is a list of haunted houses in NJ.
13th Hour Haunted House in NJ
105 W Dewey Ave Suit 5, Wharton, NJ 07885
13th Hour hosts the most “entertaining and original events in the country. We feature 3 Haunted House attractions complete with special effects and movie quality sets. We also feature 6 award winning 60 minute Escape Rooms and all new Haunted Hatchets attraction!
Every town has its horror stories, its dark, unsettling history that resists contradiction. Some stories are born of urban legends, some of wicked campfire tales. Heinous, unfathomable, is the story of The Haunted Scarehouse. To fully understand the mysterious origins of the Scarehouse, we must go back in time, far back in time, in fact, to the 1970s, to an old farmhouse, an ordinary farmhouse, ensconced by pristine land—until the Haydens moved in: a man, his wife, and two children. The Haydens refused to adapt to it—or to its surroundings, or to its humble denizens. The Haydens lived in relatively close proximity to their neighbors. Despite this, they kept their distance from civilization, remaining indoors, rarely venturing outside; and when they set foot beyond their dreary dwelling, it was only to roam without purpose about the vast property, as if out of obligation, boredom, always in silent contemplation.”
2 Brighton Ave, Passaic, NJ 07055
Norz Hill Farm – Scare Farm Haunted House
120 S Branch Rd, Hillsborough Township, NJ 08844
Norz Hill Farm & Market “is owned and operated by Richard Norz, Sr. and Rich & Debbie Norz and their children Alex, Susie, & Megan.
We are located 35 miles southwest of New York City in Central New Jersey. Norz-Hill Farm & Market consists of 1200 acres of owned and rented ground. We grow crops of corn, soybeans, alfalfa and timothy hay, rye, pumpkins, sweet corn, tomatoes and other vegetables. The home farm is in the New Jersey Farmland Preservation Program. Other operations of the farm are, raising dairy replacement heifers, and we also have many other different kinds of animals, such as horses, sheep, goats, llamas and even three zonkeys just to name a few. We also have a roadside produce market during the summer and fall, where we sell Jersey Fresh vegetables we grow right here on the farm. During the fall we also have many family activities such as pick your own pumpkins, hayrides, farm tours, a corn maze and even a haunted trail.
Haunted Hayride – If you have ever thought about taking a haunted hayride during the Cold Harvest Moon, you will see THE SLAYRIDE at Scare Farm as it truly exists. The terror is real, your nightmares will be eager to come to life and madness rules the land. So climb aboard “The Slay’s Ride”.
Hayride of Horrors and Haunted House
671 Mt Bethel Rd, Hackettstown, NJ 07840
Join us at the Hayride of Horrors and Haunted House for a fun frightful night. “The Corrado Family has been brightening dark Autumn nights with frights and chills for more than 20 years.
The hayride is a 45 minute ride through the haunted woods. Partway through you stop for cyanide cider and homemade decomposing donuts. There are animatronics and live actors in the fields. To go through all 3 attractions it can take about 2 to 2 ½ hours depending on the evening.”
Night of Terror – Haunted Paintball Hayride and Haunted House
448 Lincoln Mill Rd, Mullica Hill, NJ 08062
“With a name as quaint and pleasant as Creamy Acres Farm in Mullica Hill, you wouldn’t expect one of the Northeast’s scariest destinations. But that’s where you’ll find Night of Terror, a complex of a half-dozen frightening attractions and named one of HGTV’s Scariest Haunted Houses.
The massive 100-acre park, the largest Halloween park in New Jersey, is inhabited by zombies, attack dogs, chainsaw-wielding maniacs and killer clowns.
But the most unique attraction at Creamy Acres is the Haunted Paintball Hayride, which is exactly what it sounds like. Visitors climb aboard a wagon and use man-mounted paintball guns to defend the crew against live actors dressed as zombies and intricate moving props in a host of scenes over a 15-minute ride.”