With the first of October coming up next week, people are starting to get excited for “spooky season.” From Halloween movies to costume parties, many activities are coming up to get people in the holiday spirit.
Another way to get into the spirit is by hitting up a haunted attraction like a haunted house or trail. There are a variety of haunted attractions in Flint & Genesee sure to give you a fright. Here are some you can enjoy this season.
Exit 13 Haunted House
Dubbed the largest, most extreme and terrifying haunt around, Exit 13 in Mt. Morris is back with even more terror. The attraction has recently been renovated and expanded with more horrors around every turn. The haunted house opens October 1 and runs through October 31. Timed haunted house tickets are available for purchase in advance. Tickets are also available every half hour beginning at 7 p.m. – 11:30 p.m.
Spooky Trails Haunts
In Swartz Creek, Spooky Trails is all about the fun of getting spooked. Open every weekend starting in October, the farm has three haunted experiences for patrons to enjoy. Activities include the Haunted Straw Maze, the Haunted Corn Field and the Zombie Hunter Hayride. Haunts are open on Friday & Saturday from 7 – 11 p.m.
Insidious Acres Haunted Trail
A new experience is coming to Fenton with the Insidious Acres Haunted Trail. Opening on October 2, this haunted attraction will run every Saturday until October 30. Patrons will take a 15 hayride to the haunted trail for the fright of their life. Ticket sales start at 7 p.m. and run until 12 a.m. or until the last ticket is sold.
The Howling Haunted Trail & Halloween Party
As a fundraiser, Adopt-a-Pet in Fenton is hosting the Howling Haunted Trail & Halloween Party. The trail takes you deep into the woods where wild things come out to play. After you make it out of the trail, you can enjoy a snack from the food tent and a beverage from the beer tent. Admission is $20 and all proceeds go to Adopt-a-Pet.