Tony Moran, the actor who played Michael Myers in the original Halloween movie, visited the Park on Friday, September 19 and Saturday, September 20. He met with fans and signed autographs. He appeared on three of the four local TV stations and there was a lot of buzz about the visit. We knew people were excited, but we could not have anticipated the interest people had in meeting this "psycho killer." The Park was full of fans and it was a really fun two nights. Tony was a trooper and stayed late to meet with everyone. It was an "lifetime memory" experience to host him at the Park and we hope you all had a chance to meet him.
For the second year running, the Haunted Attraction Magazine named the Niles Haunted House Scream Park a Must See 31 Attractions for 2014. It is an honor to be recognized by this respected national magazine.
The Niles Haunted House is proud to be named the 2014 "Best Halloween Activity" by the South Bend Tribune Readers in the annual Readers Choice awards. This is the second year in a row the Scream Park has been chosen number one by the South Bend Tribune readers. Thank you! We couldn't do this without our fans!
THE PLACE EVERYONE'S BEEN SCREAMING ABOUT!
The Niles Haunted House Scream Park is not just scary, it is considered by many to be one of the top haunted attractions in the country! Certainly one of the largest, the Niles Haunted House offers 44 acres of blood-curdling fear! Unlike other haunted houses, Niles rebuilds all 6 attractions each year to provide you with completely new and unique shows. The professionally designed sets and ingenious scare-tactics led The Niles Haunted House Scream Park to be recognized by Haunted Attraction Magazine as one of the “Top 31 Must-See Haunted Attractions” nationwide! This is no mere roadside attraction! Come visit one of the country's premier Haunted Houses!
WE PUT THE 'CARE' IN SCARE!
While you're trembling, you'll be helping a good cause. In 2013, the Park generated more than $82,000.00 for local charities! The Niles Haunted House is a non-profit community project that utilizes approximately 150 to 200 volunteers per night to staff its various attractions. These volunteers represent over 65 Michiana area community and school organizations such as Boy and Girl Scout groups, church youth groups and booster groups for colleges and high schools. Over the last eighteen years, more than $1,369,000.00 have been donated to local and national non-profit organizations, as well as the Niles Haunted House funded college scholarships for students at Niles, Brandywine, Dowagiac and Edwardsburg High Schools!! What a tribute to our volunteers!