I am well aware that Halloween (officially) ends in approximately two hours. That's not going to stop me from writing about one of the most beloved local Halloween traditions. I'm not talking about carving pumpkins, apple-picking, or even trick-or-treating. No, I'm talking about talking the 20 minute drive up to Niles, Michigan to hit up one of the best Haunted Houses in the country.
Boasting Zach's Zombie Motel, the Legend of Pirate's Cove, and a Field of Screams as well as a proud membership in the International Association of Haunted Attractions, Niles' Scream Park is the place to be. Sadly, the two hours left of Halloween means that the Park will soon be closed for this year. That just means you can mark your calendars a full year ahead for when it opens up in the middle of September 2011.
If you've been to the Niles Haunted House this past year, feel free to let us know about your experience in the comments, and if you're unfamiliar check out their website here. Even though Halloween's not over yet, it's never too early to start planning your costume for next year!