No mere roadside attraction, the Niles Haunted House Scream Park takes you on a trip through the scariest, creepiest, most blood-curdling attractions this side of the Continental Divide. Cringe as you tiptoe through three unique Haunted Houses! Cower as you jostle along on the Haunted Hayride! Flee frightening apparitions in the Field of Screams!
While you're trembling, you'll be helping a good cause.
The Park raises money for a wide variety of local charities. In 2012, it generated more than $58,000 for Michiana area communities, a significant portion of which went to more than 65 not-for-profit organizations such as Boy and Girl Scout groups, church youth groups and booster groups for colleges and high schools. Over the last 17 years, the Park has been able to donate more than $1,250,000!! What a tribute to our volunteers!
By popular demand, you can now buy tickets online! You can click the bright orange button on the top of each page or click [HERE] to buy your tickets.
Niles Haunted House is honored to have been chosen one of the 31 Must See Attractions for 2013 by the Haunted Attraction Magazine. This is a very special honor as it is awarded from fellow haunters.
Thank you to all our fans for voting for us in the South Bend Tribune's 2013 Reader's Choice Awards. We are very honored to have been chosen the best Halloween activity in the area. You have voted us the "Best of the Best," but we think it is our fans who are really the Best of the Best. Thank you!
Pictured in the photo are: (back row) “Death,” “Svengooly,” Linda, the Good Witch, Rex Hamilton; (front row) Dimitri Scofield, Monique Scofield, Tyler Scofield, “Nancy.”
The Board of Directors for the Niles Haunted House Scream Park is pleased to announce that they welcomed interior visitor number 1,500,000 on Sunday, October 13, 2013. The lucky individual is Monique Scofield of New Carlisle, Indiana. As a result of her good fortune, she received a special “ghost pack” from the Niles Haunted House. Scofield has been visiting the Scream Park since approximately 1989 when the Niles Haunted House was located at the Bell Road site!
Monique, with her sons Dimitri and Tyler, is happy to be able to share the Park with the next generation in her family. Scofield’s sister, Michelle Gloss, is also a big fan of the Scream Park and won a Facebook contest earlier this year to name one of the attractions—Voodoo Bayou.
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