Can I bring my young children?
Yes....it is up to the discretion of the parent. For the laser light show in 2020, it is family friendly and all ages are welcome. For the scary movie and Haunt Walk in the Woods, we give caution to children attending. If your children have nightmares after a scary movie, the Haunt Walk or movie night is not for them (yet).
Is there food available?
Yes - Concessions will be available at the Park prior to the show. Theater foods and treats as well as hot dogs and chili.
What do I wear?
Dress comfortably and warm. The park can get cold in October so you may feel an extra chill during your night. The Haunt Walk is all outside. There will be propane heaters in the park and you can stay warm in your vehicle waiting for the show.
Is there an advantage to buying tickets online?
Yes. We strongly encourage tickets be purchased ahead of your experience. The parking process at the park will need to be done quickly. Waiting for a credit card or Venmo will take time.
The drive-in theater parking stalls are first come, first serve. They will go quickly.
What is there to do while I wait for the laser show or movie?
There are several activities in the Park prior to the shows so arrive early. The Haunt Walk in the Woods will bring a shriek, or dance with the zombie's to Thriller or listen to ghost stories. Or simply visit with your friends or family in your car or in the park.
Concessions will be available in the pavillion so enjoy a drink or snack while you wait.
Can I participate in a wheelchair or walker?
Yes. There will be designated ADA parking stalls for drive-in viewing of the laser show or movie. Please designate the ADA ticket when you purchase. The Haunt Walk in the Woods does not accomodate wheelchairs or walkers. Email for accommodations.
Can I use my ticket another night?
Yes. The Haunt tickets are transferable to another night. We recommend arriving early if you desire drive-in parking.