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Scarefest Scream Park

Scarefest Scream Park is a Haunted Attraction located in New Haven, MI.


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Address: 34111 28 Mile Road, New Haven, MI 48048Special Directions: Parking is a $1 donation to the local food bank or a canned good.

Haunt Type(s):

Multiple Haunts1ThemePark1EscapeRoom1HauntedHayride1HauntedHouse1HauntedMaze1HauntedTrail

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Features:

Features of Scarefest Scream Park Haunted Attraction

Food/Concessions, Optional Games/Midway, You will NOT be touched, All-Outdoor Attraction

Features of Scarefest Scream Park Haunted Attraction

About This Attraction:

Since 2006, Scarefest Scream Park has set out to give you a fun filled night with 4 haunted attractions, haunted camping, beer tent, food, live music, bonfire, scary movies, and much more.

Scarefest Scream Park wants to show you and your friends/family a great evening, that’s why we have worked very hard to create attractions to suit all groups and personalities from our all-ages Hayride of Doom to our more intense Castle of the Dead haunted house. Be sure to check out all that Scarefest Scream Park has to offer!

Haunted Hayride
A narrated story suitable for all ages of the forest’s recent outbreak by a guide who will be by your side until the very end.

Haunted Maze
Good luck finding your way out as terror lurks around every turn and dead end in the Terror Zone Maze.

Forest Walk
Do you have what it takes to walk the wooded trail alone amidst the specters of death that surely wait for you?

Haunted House
Try your luck and see if you can survive the terrors that wait just beyond the fence at the Castle of the Dead.

# of Attractions: 4

Min. Recommended Age: 6

Dates & Hours:

September 17, 18, 24, 25
Sept. Hours: 8pm-Midnight

October 1, 2, 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17, 22, 23, 24, 29, 30, 31
Oct. Hours: Friday and Saturday 7pm-Midnight, Sunday 7pm-10pm

Online ticket purchases highly recommended.
Tickets:
Single attraction - $15
All-inclusive - $45 entry to all four attractions
Speed Pass - $25 per attraction, front of the line
VIP All-inclusive - $70 front of the line to all four attractions.

Private Hayride Wagon - $500 maximum 30 people

Group Pricing: 25-49 Tickets:
Single Attraction Speedpass - $20/ticket
All-Inclusive - $38/ticket
VIP Wristband - $60/person

Group Pricing 50+ Tickets:
Single Attraction Speedpass - $17.50/ticket
All-Inclusive - $35/ticket
VIP Wristband - $50/person





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Guest Reviews
Guest Average: 8.33 out of 10

Cody – 10/10 – September 18, 2021
Waiting in line for the hayride and first thing you see is this creepy smiley baby hand woman …show more directing the line and I have to say made my night, definitely set the mood for the rest of the night. Go baby hands !!!

Josh – 10/10 – September 22, 2018
I absolutely loved the experience I had there from the forest walk to the hayride to the maze and …show more last but not least the castle! It was great they we a fantastic job there

Karisten Wallace – 5/10 – October 9, 2021
The stuff was definitely scary and that part was fine, however I would not recommend the all …show more inclusive pass we were there when the gates opened at 7 am and we got to do two attractions there were 4 in my group. I put in for the hayride and that took 120 minutes plus a half hour after we were texted and told to go get in line!! Ridiculous!! There’s no way you can do everything especially with that pass DO NOT RECOMMEND that at all pay per attraction in case you dont get to do it all. With the passes if you log in online (which is how it’s done) and get in line for one attraction and it’s like 170 minute wait you can’t then go back on and get in line for something else while you wait which is complete crap!! I got to do two events because they closed at 12 and by the time we got out of the haunted castle it was 11:30!! I think this is a new thing they are trying and it’s not a good idea because If you have that ticket you also can’t just stand in line and get on the attraction I was told that by multiple employees!! And no refunds ridiculous!! They need a better system idk what but something.
It was scary and very cool and it’s too bad that this was a soured experience for me I paid 80$ for me and my kid and it wasnt even possible to do everything the way they had it set up if they get this fixed I would like to try again or I’m just going to pay per attraction cause last night I lost money as far as I’m concerned it was a good and bad experience.

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