Medina County

Forest of Screams

Where: 1662 Medina Road (state Route 18) in Sharon Township

Cost: $25 for three haunted attractions.

Dates: Friday and Saturday nights Sept. 29 to Nov. 4 and every Sunday night from Oct. 1 through Oct. 29. Open Halloween night.

Theme: Participants first take a 1-mile haunted hayride through 58 wooded acres. Next attraction is the quarter-mile Night Stalker’s Trail. The final stop is the Mortuary Haunted House.

For more: forestofscreams.com

Nightmare in the Wilderness

Where: 7665 Lafayette Road (state Route 42) in Lodi.

Cost: $20 for adults and $15 for children ages 6 to 10.

Dates: Friday and Saturday nights from Sept. 29 to Oct. 28.

Theme: Participants ride a hayride for half a mile through an apple orchard and make their way back by foot encountering the spirits of the “Smith” family who were slain on the property.

For more: nightmareinthewilderness.net

Slaughter House

Where: 5665 Chippewa Road in Chippewa Lake

Cost: $20.

Dates: Friday and Saturday nights to Oct. 28. Open Halloween.

Theme: Walk through a haunted house set in the Karver family’s Chippewa Meat Factory. Townfolk have been disappearing and some suspect things are amiss inside.

For more: slaughterhouseohio.com/

Zombie Paintball at Mapleside Farms

Where: 294 Pearl Road, Brunswick

Cost: $18 per rider includes 100 paintballs. An additional 100 costs $10.

Dates: Saturday and Sunday nights from Sept. 29 to Oct. 28.

Theme: Participants climb aboard wagons to shoot paintballs at zombies leftover from a World War II military experiment that went awry.

For more: http://lightupthelivingdead.com

Portage County

Fortress of Fear ScreamPark

Where: 10268 Hewins Road in Garrettsville.

Cost: $15.

Dates: Friday and Saturday nights Oct. 6 to 28. Open Oct. 29 and Halloween.

Theme: Two haunted walk-through attractions including the Fortress of Fear and Fearanoia — a factory-themed warehouse filled with infected workers.

For more: fortressoffear.com

Summit County

Carnival of Horrors

Where: Blossom Music Center, 1145 W. Steels Corners Road, Cuyahoga Falls.

Cost: $23

Dates: Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights from Sept. 29 to Oct. 29. Closed Oct. 1.

Theme: Four different walk-through attractions each with a different theme from the Insane Asylum to the Fun House to the Wicked Woods to the Freakshow in 3-D Terrorvision.

For more: carnivalofhorrors.com

Ghoul Brothers

Where: 3235 Manchester Road, Coventry Township, in the Portage Lakes Acme Plaza

Cost: $17.

Dates: Friday and Saturday nights from Sept. 29 to Oct. 28. Open Sundays Oct. 15 to 29. Open Halloween.

Theme: Traditional walk-through haunted house with many original props and scares.

For more: ghoulbrothers.com/

Haunted Schoolhouse and Laboratory

Where: 1300 Triplett Blvd. in Akron.

Cost: Thursday and Sundays $25. Fridays and Saturdays $30.

Dates: Open Friday, Saturdays and Sundays to Oct. 29. Open Thursdays Oct. 19 and 26. Open Halloween.

Theme: Two walk-through haunted attractions. Established in 1974, this is regarded as one of the best haunted attractions in the nation and among the oldest.

For more: hshlab.com

Hudson Haunted House

Where: 2250 Barlow Road in Hudson.

Cost: Adult $10 and kids 48 inches and under are $5.

Dates: Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights to Oct. Oct. 29. Open Halloween.

Theme: Classic walk-through haunted house.

For more: hudsonjaycees.org/HudsonHauntedHouse/Home.html

Tadmor Shrine Kid’s Haunted House & Hayride for Children

Where: 3000 Krebs Drive in Coventry Township.

Cost: $10 per person with children ages 2 or younger free.

Dates: Friday and Saturday nights from Oct. 6 through Oct. 28.

Theme: Geared toward children ages 11 or younger, but adults are invited, too. Features a no-gore haunted house and a hayride adventure.

For more: Visit the Tadmor Shrine Haunted House for Children Facebook page.

Stark County

Factory of Terror

Where: 4125 Mahoning Road NE, Canton.

Cost: Thursdays and Sundays $25 and Fridays and Saturdays $30. Parking $5.

Dates: Open Fridays and Saturdays through Oct. 29. Open Oct. 26 and Nov. 4.

Theme: Five attractions spread over a nearly 1-mile walk. It covers some 55,000-square-feet, earning a world’s record.

For more: www.factoryofterror.net