Night of Terror - Haunt Review

Location: Mullica Hill, NJ

Date: October, 2018

Price: $35 GA / $60 VIP


There is no better way to spend a chilly fall night than to visit one of New Jersey’s top spooky attractions. Night of Terror, held at Creamy Acres, has been a haunt that we’ve made a point to attend year after year. While some aspects are parts we’ve seen a few times over the years, Night of Terror always delivers when it comes to their main attractions.  

The haunted attractions include:

  • Ride of Terror – A creepy ride through the unknown.
  • The Harvest – New for 2018, this corn maze was inspired by the Jersey Devil.
  • Slaughter Cave – Journey beneath the earth and find out what terrors lie below the surface.
  • Dark Dreams – A dark maze that has guests rushing towards the moonlight.


As veterans of Night of Terror, our group went into this year’s offering with a pretty good idea of what was in store. While some attractions remained the same, we were pleasantly surprised by how much of the attraction as a whole was altered from years past.

The Ride of Terror hasn’t changed much in recent years, but it’s still absolutely worth the wait. With larger than life installations and vastly different themed worlds to travel through, they really have jumped at many creative opportunities. Out of all of the hayrides we’ve done, this one is absolutely the best in New Jersey.

After a roughly twenty minute ride, we were dropped off at the corn maze, The Harvest. Vastly improved from previous years, guests were staggered just enough to where a quick group like ours never stumbled upon the group in front of us. Their impressive use of water features and unique scares along the way kept us creeping around every corner.

From there, we were lead to enter each of their two haunted houses, one being a dark maze. We felt these were pretty similar to their 2017 versions, however, they included enough cool features to keep us creeping through.


creamy acresAll four of us got hooked on haunted attractions here at Night of Terror. While it’s become somewhat redundant to come back year after year, we won’t stop anytime soon. This has become our go-to location to bring friends who are a little uneasy about haunted houses. It’s accessible, not overwhelming, while still providing some memorable moments. Just buy e-tickets, especially during peak season, where crowds can be massive.

2018 was a great year for Night of Terror and we can’t wait to be back in twelve months!