Choose Between Two Options
- $18 for admission for two to Camp Fear ($36 value)
- $35 for admission for four to Camp Fear ($72 value)
The haunted trail includes a rock maze, a spinning vortex, a living-dead dollhouse, a freak show, and an insane asylum, plus additional attractions such as 3D clown chaos and claustrophobia. The trail may be too intense for young children and individuals with heart or health conditions, but less terrifying trips can be arranged. While waiting in line, guests also enjoy free hot chocolate and coffee around the fire, while extras such as donut holes, deep-fried oreos, and psychic readings are available for an extra charge.
Camp Fear 2015 valid discount dates are: October 2 and 3, 9 and 10, 16 and 17, 23, and 29 and 30.
A disfigured outcast in his community, Daniel bonded with the rats, snakes, and spiders in the nearby woods. After he was caught tying up a neighbor and emitting odd hissing noises, his parents locked him away in a mental institution. When Daniel escaped, he stole dental tools from his father and took to the trees, where he still stalks his next victims whenever he’s not busy recruiting birds for his whistling choir. Daniel is only one among many sadistic figures lurking on Camp Fear’s petrifying trail. There, half-dead guides haunt the rock maze, spooky dolls occupy the living-dead dollhouse, maniacal patients clamber about the insane asylum, and creepy clowns terrify passersby at Clown Chaos.