- Average Review
- (1 review)
- Scare Factor
- Very Scary
- Appropriate For
- 10 and up
- Organization Type
- Commercial / For Profit
- Listing Categories
- Haunted Houses, Zombie Hunts & Shootouts, Haunted Mazes / Haunted Corn Mazes, Haunted Trails, Other Events
- More Info
- Snacks & Refreshments, Outdoor Event(s), Indoor Event(s), Touching Not Allowed, Free Parking
When Bitten the locals become zombie mutants with a taste for Brains ! Your Job... access the disaster and report back if you survive !
You'll start in the Creepy little Ghost Town... Then tour Bio Tech research factory (3D UV Black Light Maze) but you will have to wear your Chromadepth Glasses to Navigate the dimensions... walking out of town you'll find the Carnival in Chaos with Zombie Carney Clowns left behind by their Ringmaster, Run don't walk away if they ask you to Play, Your Next Mission is Making it through the Haunted Woods. The trail seems like the end of the line as Zombie's and Infected Creatures lurk in the dark... But the few Brave locals left, Have turned the prison into a Zombie Containment Area and need your help to contain the terror. the lucky ones make it out alive but face the Zombie Snakes along the trail and in the river... you can make it to the other side... but you must cross the Bridge over Troubled Waters...Its Good Luck or Good Bye ! Email Haunt Owner
Covid 19 precautions optional touch less transaction buy tickets on our site ... No Cue Line ! wait in the comfort of your car and receive a Text when its your turn. Outdoor and Open Air with a 20 foot social distancing between groups... actors have face mask under costume and No touch policy. sterilization nightly.
Hours of Operation: 7 pm till 11 pm
Thursdays by appointment
Admission Costs: $20 for Admission
$30 Admission & Fast Pass
UNDER 5 years FREE
Payments Accepted: Cash, Credit Cards, Debit Cards, Other - Call or Visit Website
- event open dates
Email Verified Fantastic new haunt!
We had a fantastic experience here last night! It's a newer haunt but a doozy. The owner is trying some orginal ways to make use of the environment, including a few tricks I've never seen another haunt do before, and the resulting ambience is so effective. The 3D effects were the best that I've ever seen. Whoever painted that section of the haunt - especially the glowy skeletons - ought to be proud of themselves, because they are extremely talented. The "Enter if you Dare" cul-de-sac was also a stroke of genus. That walking into that section is a choose the guest gets to make is really effective, because it gives a different level of scare then you get when you are just following a fixed path that you didn't choose for yourself. I'm not sure what to make of the reviewers who have said that there weren't enough monsters on that path... First of all, because of covid every haunt is having trouble getting actors this year. That's nothing anyone can control. But more importantly, it was not my experience that unstaffing was a problem here. Were there monsters hiding between trees every five feet, ready to hit you with three dozen basic variations on the same jump scare? No, but that was a good thing! The quiet points along the path allow you to appreciate the atmosphere, and give you the breathing time to really get wound up in anticipation of the next scare, which never comes from where you would expect. The wait time to get in was super short, the walk was a comfortable length - about half an hour, long enough to get your money's worth but not super long). Though it was obviously dark the trail was well maintained and, so there wasn't any mud or fall risks like you sometimes see at haunted trails. I go to at least half a dozen haunts every year and it's been a long time since I've been this impressed, I really can't stress enough that you should not pass on this hidden gem. I'm coming back again with a bigger group next weekend.
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