Trails in Indiana
During the year, Indiana's trails are perfect for relaxing strolls and nature adventures. When the Halloween season rolls around, however, these same spots are populated by demonic clowns, bloodthirsty vampires, and brainless flesheaters, all working to ensure that you never make it to the end. Intended for only the Indianans that think they can defend themselves against unimaginable terrors, the state's Haunted Trails are not to be taken lightly. The sounds of revving chainsaws and howling creatures never seem to cease, and though the surrounding areas may be dark, you'll swear you see things moving in the distance. Be very afraid, for the horrors that you see are not nearly as terrible as the ones you don't...
Edge of Insanity
Edge of Insanity Haunted Attraction?, here at ?Weitle's Asylum, is in it's tenth year of operation. Originally started as a joint business venture between myself, my girlfriend (now Wife), and my brot... Read More
Fright Forest is home to urban legends, strange after-dark rituals and the many things that creep in the night!... Read More
Founded in 2010, Indy Scream Park is the scariest haunted house attraction park in the Indianapolis, Indiana metro area, featuring five terrifying haunted house attractions in one location. Its “Monst... Read More
The Walk of Nightmares
Dare to come and see such sights that should not be...
The Walk of Nightmares is an outdoor haunted attraction, hosted by Room 47 Productions.... Read More
French Lick, IN
Psycho~Path At Sleeping Bear Retreat
Children under 14 should not attend without an adult. The Psycho~Path is not for the weak hearted. The Psycho~Path is in the woods with big hills and obstacles ... Read More
When Darkness Falls
Visit us as the night falls upon the woods of Ceraland Park.
You and your friends will be let through the gates and make your way through the dark walking trail encountering creatures that are ... Read More
The Haunted Loft
Long ago, in the year 1692, after fleeing his home town to avoid involvement in the mysterious acts that led to the infamous Salem Witch Trials, Dr. E. Rex settled in a small rural area in Hancock Cou... Read More
Indiana's more than 100,000 square miles leaves quite a bit of ground to cover in a single Halloween season. Since there are enormous quantities of haunted attractions to visit, planning out trips ahead of time can make all the difference in ensuring no scare is missed. Be sure to utilize HauntedIndiana.com's interactive map to find all of the haunts you need to visit throughout the state.