Please note: this review is for the 2014 season rather than the current season.

Green Bay Fear Haunted Attractions

by wm (Newbie Review Crew Member) after attending on Thursday, October 16, 2014 at about 8 p.m.

Fun Factor: High Fear Factor: Medium


Green Bay Fear has been around long enough now where people pretty much know what they are going to get. In the recent years they've changed it up to where it's just as much of a twisted carnival and freaky side show as it is a haunted house. Walking up to the entrance and ticket booth is impressive, with their stone pillars lit up and big top atmosphere just beyond. Once on their grounds, it's almost a 'choose your own adventure' depending on where you want to go. Off to the left is the VIP area with a nice big bonfire and a local band braving the elements for your entertainment. Straight ahead is the very funny yet slightly unnerving Baron Von Geiger as the self proclaimed 'World's Strangest Strongman'. Right next to the baron is Mr. Jingles' Funhouse and next to that is the Odditorium. Off to your right is the Hillbilly Hallow Haunted Woods and then finally the haunted house itself. Oh yeah, there's also a Voodoo gift shop and food galore. Whew! You definitely get your money's worth at GB Fear, but certain events are only for the RIP (VIP upgrade). General admission will get you the haunted woods, the house, and all the fun happening in the courtyard.

The woods was particularly chilling on this dark and windy night. They do a great job of using lighted areas vs. pitch black where you strain to see your hands in front of your face. Being this was a Thursday, the woods was not as populated as it should have been. I'm sure on a hopping weekend they have it packed with all sorts of creatures. With that said, the actors that were in the woods were superb. It was a nice mix of scary and downright funny. One section had me a little disorientated being surrounded by Christmas trees, presents and tinsel. For me, the WORST part of Fall is knowing that Winter is right around the corner... and I was taken aback by what I was seeing. Then a young girl wearing pig-tails and footie pajamas came skipping by yelling 'NO MORE CHRISTMAS'! It gave a good laugh, and I couldn't agree more. So I skipped away with her.

The house has a grand entrance that's impressive as you walk up the steps and enter its wide doors. There are twists and turns throughout with great lighting and lots of glowing neon. You can purchase 3D glasses to really make the neon pop, but you don't need them to enjoy it. Although there were a few times I really jumped, most of the house was light on actors and more fun than scary. And that's ok, because the focus at Green Bay Fear is entertainment with some scares along the way. You can definitely make an entire night here!

Signage / Visibility / Location

It's easy to find, but surprising how hidden away everything is until you enter past the ticket booth.

Wait Area / Line Entertainment

There are wait lines for the woods and the haunted house, but everything else you can enjoy as soon as you walk up to it.

Actors' Performance

Almost all the actors did a great job. Some where there to scare, and some where there to entertain.

Sets Scenes / Props / FX

All the props and scenes are top notch. I was most impressed with the lighting, both in the house and around it.


The woods will take you about 15 minutes once you're in it. The house is about another 15 minutes once in the door. Everything else you can move through as slow or as fast as you want! All things considered you will be there for a good couple of hours.

Crowd Control

There wasn't much of a crowd on a Thursday night.

Most Memorable Moment



Green Bay Fear stands apart from other Haunted Houses, simply because they've created an all night event with the focus of all things weird, odd or down right disturbing. Light on scares with lots of eye candy! This is a great place for the whole family.

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February 27th, 2024 5:05 p.m. CST 24.01