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Niles Scream Park opens for 43rd year

NOW: Niles Scream Park opens for 43rd year

NILES, Mich. – The Niles Haunted House is kicking off for its 43rd annual spooky season.

The 44 acre Scream Park which has been located on Mayflower Road since 1998 will open Friday the 15th of September at 8 p.m.

Events are open to people of all ages and individual attractions cost anywhere from $8-13, but there are also combination tickets available.

The Scream Park is home to three main attractions: Niles Haunted House, The Field of Screams, and the Dark Terror-tory Haunted Hayride.

According to event coordinator there will also be a new event called the Hooded attraction, which patrons will have to experience on their own without any friends or assistance.

One reason that generates many repeat visitors is the redistribution of money back into the community, local non profits, the Boy Scouts, church groups and school booster clubs among many others.

If this might interest you then find your way to Niles for some scream filled fun.

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