Rochester Area Jaycees’ 46th Annual Haunted House Provides Chills and Thrills for the Fearless

Prepare to experience a voyage of fright and terror at the Annual Rochester Area Jaycees Haunted Tunnel of Terror. Coil through seemingly endless pitch black corridors with mayhem and madness lurking around every corner. We push the limits of your psyche and put your phobias to the ultimate test through our maze of darkness and horror.

The Jaycees invite you to one of the darkest haunted houses in the Detroit Metropolitan Area. The “Tunnel of Terror,” located at the Rochester Municipal Park on Pine Street North of University and West of Main, will be open Friday and Saturday nights from October 9 through October 30. Hours of operation are from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. The “Tunnel of Terror” is closed on Halloween.

Admission is $15.00 per person at the door. Discounted tickets are available for purchase online at Proceeds from the event will go toward the community service projects and leadership development programs of the Rochester Area Jaycees such as Easter baskets for seniors and Safety Town.

In addition, the Jaycees will host a Friendly Monster Day on Saturday, October 24th from 1 – 4 p.m. Cost of admission is $2.00 or two cans of non-perishable food. Admission for parents is free. Friendly Monster Day is for children between the ages of two and ten. Children are introduced to a friendly monster and are able to visit the haunted house in the daylight with their parents. All canned food will also be donated to the Rochester Area Neighborhood House Food Pantry.

Visit the Jaycees’ website at for more information about the Tunnel of Terror or call 248-652-7777.

About the Rochester Area Jaycees

The Rochester Area Jaycees have a long tradition of service in this community.  Since 1958, the organization has provided the young adults of the Greater Rochester Area with leadership training and promoted the welfare of the community and its citizens through service projects.

Some annual RAJC projects include assembling and delivering Easter baskets to area seniors, running a safety education summer camp for young children, and taking disadvantaged children shopping to buy gifts for their family during the holidays.

The Jaycees, also known as the Junior Chamber, are individuals dedicated to leadership development, personal and professional growth, and civic involvement. For more information about the Rochester Area Jaycees, please visit the organization’s web site at or call 248-652-7777.

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