Your Guide to Toledo Area Haunted Houses

It’s easy to see why Toledo residents are eager to get in the Halloween spirit come fall! Between the number of pre-1930s homes in our area, and the many nearby cornfields and pumpkin patches, Toledo certainly has a spooky vibe this time of year. On top of that, our city is also a hot spot for thrilling haunted houses. Make sure to step up your October experience by checking out some of these scary local attractions!

 

Field of Fear

3001 S. Crissey Rd, Monclova

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Previously located at Stevens Garden, Field of Fear moved this year to their new, much larger location on Crissey Road. They’re only two weekends into the season, and already collecting new 5 star ratings! Enjoy a haunted hayride and a terrifying corn maze at this top-rated Toledo attraction. Make sure to check them out on Facebook for more details.

House of Damnation

2901 Key St, Maumee

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It was a sad day in Maumee when Terror Town announced they would be ending their 21-year run as a favorite local haunt. Luckily, area residents didn’t have to wait long for another Halloween attraction to call the Lucas County Rec Center home. Making the list of Top Rated Haunts in 2016, House of Damnation is sure to be a terrifying delight! Buy tickets online or view their full calendar & info here: http://www.revelationsha.com/

Distracted Levis Commons

3108 Levis Commons Blvd, Perrysburg

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Boasting excellent reviews after last year’s grand opening, this is one haunted experience you do not want to miss! In addition to the main attraction, they offer psychic readings, a VIP R.I.P lounge, and a photo booth on select nights. View their website for all the details on this can’t-miss experience: http://www.feardistracted.com/

 

Haunted Planet Experience

1520 Main St, Maumee

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The winner of 2016’s Best New Haunt is back at Fallen Timbers this year! Open Friday October 6th-Halloween Night, their Asylum of Horrors is sure to be a frighteningly good time. In addition to the haunted house, they also have an interactive escape game available for private parties. For more information on dates and attractions, view their website here: http://www.hauntedx.com/hours.html

TrappedToledo

2410 Key St, Toledo

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Can’t get enough terrifying attractions during the Halloween season? Well, luckily for you, Toledo has a year-round, interactive escape game located off Key and Heatherdowns Blvd. They frequently update their room themes, so fans can experience a new set of thrills with each visit. Schedule a private event, or team up with strangers, and try to solve the room’s puzzles in order to make it out alive! Schedules and additional info available on TrappedToledo’s website: http://www.trappedtoledo.com/

FOR THE DEDICATED ADVENTURERS

Haunted Hydro

1333 Tiffin St, Fremont

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Consider yourself an over-the-top thrill seeker? Then you may just have to schedule a trip to the Haunted Hydro. Located in Fremont, OH, the 45 minute drive from Toledo is well worth it. The legendary venue just started its 28th season and won’t be halting the horror anytime soon! For a full list of events and activities, visit their website at: http://www.thehauntedhydro.com/

Darksyde Acres

11375 Rowe Rd, Jonesville

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Another haunted house trip for the experienced horror lover! This one will provide a whole night of scares with multiple haunted houses, a corn maze, and nightly bonfires. Located in Jonesville, MI, Darksyde Acres has been a favorite attraction of Michigan, Ohio and Indiana residents for the last 10 seasons! To start planning your visit, view their website here: http://darksydeacres.com/

Written: Oct 2, 2017

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Jordyn Windnagle

Jordyn Windnagle

Jordyn is a content specialist for Danberry Realtors. The Home Sweet Toledo blog focuses on community guides + local events, as well as home inspiration + design trends. Enjoy!

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