Hiding in the woods at the end of a lonesome road is a world of fright and fantasy that will test one's mettle, temper one's cavalier courage, torment one's sanity, and taint one's soul. This vortex of dark entertainment is the Trail of Terror.
The Trail resides on four appalling acres of forsaken forest. The haunt scenes take up fully half of that area. . After entering the front gate, guests walk along the outdoor trail through 30 different scenes. Unsuspecting patrons must venture through crawl spaces, squeeze walls, across a rope bridge, aboard a boat, under a spinning carousel, and through a vortex tunnel on their march of mayhem. Over the summer, the staff changes approximately 75% of the Trail’s scenes so customers are confronted with novel new frights each season.
The Trail of Terror has bent the minds of the innocent and benefited local charities for 27 years. The dominion of this operation’s overseer, Wayne Barneschi, began as a home haunt. Through enlisting the help of dark forces, a veritable coven of close friends and family members, they made the leap to become a professional non-profit haunted attraction. The Trail of Terror has donated close to $2 Million benefitting local charities, individuals, and community projects in need.
Fridays and Saturdays 7:00pm-11:00pm
$25 Timed Ticket: Enter at your chosen date and time slot with guaranteed admittance. Groups entering the Trail will contain 6-12 guests. Purchase tickets
$40 VIP Premium Pass ★ Replaces other ticketed lines with a minimum wait time. An extremely limited number of VIP Premium Passes are sold each night. Purchase tickets
Read more about Trail of Terror's COVID safety, measures, and protocols in place this season.
Note: General Admission is no longer available. All tickets must be purchased online, there will be no on-site ticketing.
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