Scarizona Scaregrounds

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1901 North Alma School Road, Mesa, AZ 85201 1901 North Alma School Road, Mesa Directions
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Ready to enrich yourself in a brand new culture? Visit Scarizona Scareground for an experience unlike any other in Mesa. When you visit Scarizona Scareground, you can get a taste of various cultures and discover something new and exciting.

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Report | 2 months ago
not open and Groupon is just as bad still has not refunded my money. The people that own Scarizona are advertising and selling tickets then did not even open stating they did not sell enough tickets. The web site for Scarizona says no refunds but would have never purchased knowing that and Groupon continued selling tickets.
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Report | 3 months ago
I had so much fun!!! The staff were polite and they had some really good actors and actresses!!! They should’ve had food on site but it was a blast anyway.
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Report | 3 months ago
Great customer service
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Report | 3 months ago
This was a low rate fright house. There were supposed to be 4 houses and one was closed. There was no mention of its closure at the gate. And the Zombie ride on was very poorly managed and had a long wait time.
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Report | 4 months ago
One of the houses were down and they didn't offer any kind of compensation for getting less than what the groupon stated
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Report | 4 months ago
One of the 3 haunted houses was down and there was over an hour wait for the paintballing zombies. The haunted houses that were open were Great! But the weren't prepared to open yet at the time I went
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Report | 4 months ago
The drive just to get to the parking lot was a bit sketchy, which added to the scariness of the entire experience. Once you got in it was a bit dark so we had difficulty differentiating the houses. Slaughter house was my favorite! I was so scared I cried a little. When I went 1 of the houses was closed so that was a bummer, but we did the zombie paint balling which was pretty cool and unique.
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Report | 4 months ago
The paintball zombie ride was ok. We expected a ton more zombies instead of just one or two at each segment. The haunt houses were ok. Cool technology. But the guy with an electric guitar and a mic singing depressing songs was such a downer. Add fun. Not Debbie Downer. There is a ton of things they could do to make his a prime scare venue. But it falls short with lackluster stuf
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Report | 4 months ago
I really wanted to like this show. We scheduled this as our big Halloween plan, and Saturday, October 28th should have absolutely been the peak day for this attraction. We arrived early to find we had to wait nearly an hour just to get to the ticket booth to get our wristbands for the tickets we purchased online. There is a lack of signage indicating what is what, so the first thing we ended up wandering into was the paint ball area. The attendee was not very helpful and ended up signing off on our wrist band, so we were at that point committed to going to the paintball arena first. After standing in then general paint ball line, which was not moving, for another 45 minutes, to find out that there were 2 OTHER lines that were taking priority over our line, we ended up walking out on that. Finally found our first haunted house. It was fairly well done and long. It seemed like some of the lighting and features were not all fully functioning, though. I really wanted to like this, but my experience at this park was 2 hours of waiting and about 15 minutes of actual entertainment. Compared to another haunted house we went to last year, put on by another company, this one was much less satisfying.
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Report | 4 months ago
felt like they were under staffed. Line for the zombie paint ball wait was long and they only had two zombies per station. Had two hounted houses which were well put together but once again felt understaffed with people.
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There may be a zombie apocalypse and crazed, chainsaw-wielding madmen on the loose, but guests can still take a minute to sip a glass of wine and jam to live music at Scarizona Scareground. The haunted destination brings in local bands and DJs every night, and its Beer and Wine Cemetery sells some of the best brews around. At some point, once attendees muster the courage, they can enter the three haunted houses—Epic Fear, Slayer's Slaughter House, and Startled Darkness—where unimaginable terrors arise around every turn. And if fear-seekers need one more adrenaline jolt, the interactive zombie paintball range lets them climb aboard a five-ton military transport in search of rogue live zombies.

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