to Saturday, October 7, 2023
6:30 PM to 9:30 PM
Lanterns light your way through an 18th-century fort and fur trading village overrun by werewolves, witches, goblins and ghouls. Storytellers weave spooky folktales near bonfires and treats such as hot mulled cider, cookies and candy can be found throughout the site.
Most stops are suitable for all ages, but a haunted house, demon walk, and werewolf walk give thrills and chills to adults and children like.
Tickets are available online, or, beginning October 1, at the Colonial Michilimackinac Visitor’s Center. Fort Fright will happen rain or shine – tickets are non-refundable.
Unfortunately, due to loud noises, tight spaces, and the nature of the event taking place in the dark, pets are not allowed at Fort Fright. Service animals are welcome.
The following areas at Fort Fright are not accessible for visitors using wheelchairs, other mobility aids, strollers, or wagons:
– Haunted House (visitors required to climb stairs to second floor)
– Werewolf Walk
– Demon Walk
Haunted areas, including the Haunted House, Werewolf Walk, and Demon Walk, feature loud noises, fog, narrow spaces, and flashing lights. Loud noises may also be heard throughout the site.
Snacks, including popcorn, donut holes, toffee, and apple cider, are available throughout the site. If you have allergy concerns, please consult with staff distributing these items before consuming them.
800 N Huron Ave, Mackinaw City, MI