What scary attractions are there near Bergen County?

By Product Expert | Posted in Community Events on Tuesday, October 10th, 2017 at 8:09 pm
Haunted Houses near Lodi NJ

Haunted Houses near Lodi NJ 

Halloween is right around the corner. If you are looking for a scare, there are several haunted houses near Lodi NJ. Have fun by scaring yourself this October at one of these haunted houses. 


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Brighton Asylum 

If you are looking for a haunted house with frightening figures and narrow corridors, the Brighton Asylum is certainly a scary option. This asylum has been deserted for decades and now the patients are back to haunt those who enter. Brighton Asylum also has an escape room if you want a less traditional haunted house experience. Walk through the Brighton Asylum, the Tunnel and the Horror Museum this October, if you dare. To learn more, check out their website for more information. 

Pantophobia Haunted Attraction 

A crazed serial killer by the name of Cyrus Grain is back to haunt the unfortunate souls of those who visit. His farm was turned into a shopping center and he is back with other monsters and ghosts to haunt those on a spooktacular hayride. Hayrides seem like a lot of fun, but this one seems to be one you’ll be too scared to forget. If you would like to learn more about the Pantophobia Haunted Attraction, check out their website for more information.


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The full moon seems bigger and that black cat sends a shiver down your spine. This October the witching hour takes on a new meaning. There are several haunted houses near Lodi NJ, but these are just a few that we wanted to share with you. Enjoy the creepy nature of Halloween this October by stopping by one of these haunted houses. If you need a vehicle to take you to any of these locations, check out our online inventory and schedule a test drive with Mazda of Lodi today! 

One Response to “What scary attractions are there near Bergen County?”

  1. Peter Hall says:

    You are invited to special Press Event to be held on Thursday, September 27, 2018 at 7:30PM. Nestled within the apple trees, you will experience unbelievable sets, thrilling animatronics and actors who are just dying to meet you.

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    After 132 years, the evil spirits of Demarest Farms have awoken. Join other Demarest Farm visitors this fall on one of the most thrilling tours ever imagined in Bergen County, New Jersey.

    Those who are brave enough to experience the Haunted Orchards at Demarest Farm will embark on a hayride and a bone chilling series of haunted houses filled with ghouls, ghosts and all kinds of scary creatures located deep into the orchard near a forgotten graveyard.

    “Parents need to be the judge of their own kids and how they handle scary things. We do not recommend bringing children under the age of 13,” warned co-owner Jason DeGise. “This October at Demarest Farms you’ll experience unbelievable sets, thrilling animatronics and actors who are just dying to terrify and entertain you, “ he added.

    The farm has been in Hillsdale, NJ since 1886, originally founded by the Demarest family, one of the oldest Bergen County families who can trace their roots back to the early 17th century. In the late 1970s, Peter and Marsha Demarest introduced what would become one of the largest and most important parts of the business: pick-your-own apples and pumpkins. Peach picking emerged a number of years later and is rapidly growing in popularity. In 1991, the Demarest Family proudly watched its legacy grow as their new farm store opened across the street where fields of corn once grew.

    Demarest Farms has evolved with the times, continuing to offer the finest quality fruits and vegetables, but also offering many of the conveniences and services sought today by patrons: a make-your-own salad bar, hot bar with home cooked meals, country bakery, gourmet deli, ice cream parlor, and an endless selection of indulgent goodies (like homemade doughnuts and apple cider).

    The Haunted Orchards at Demarest Farm begins on September 28, 2018. Nestled within the apple trees, you will experience unbelievable sets, thrilling animatronics and actors who are just dying to meet you. Reservations are limited and will sell out quickly so be sure to book your passage now!


    Peter Lyons Hall
    Demarest Farms Customer Relations
    244 Wierimus Road,
    Hillsdale, NJ 07642
    Tel: 845-258-1000

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