Choose from Four Options
- $18 for haunted-house admission and mini golf for two, valid at the Burbank location ($37 value)
- $36 for haunted-house admission and mini golf for four, valid at the Burbank location ($74 value)
- $16 for haunted-house admission and mini golf or laser tag for two, valid at the Joliet location ($33 value)
- $32 for haunted-house admission and mini golf or laser tag for four, valid at the Joliet location ($66 value)
The outdoor mini golf is open through October, weather permitting. If it is closed due to weather, each round of mini golf will be substituted with one roll of 20 game tokens at Burbank location. Joliet location has indoor laser tag year-round.
Haunted Trails Amusement Park
Since 1975, Haunted Trails Amusement Park has been cheering, entertaining, and—during the Halloween season—frightening visitors with an expansive area of family fun. Year-round, visitors can play a massive selection of redemption games, many of which were designed and manufactured by the park’s owner and resident game artist, J. Richard Oltmann. Laser tag is also available at the Joliet location. The outdoor fun takes place from April through October, when batting cages, mini golf, go-karts, and fair rides invite kids and parents to compete to see who gets dominion over the thermostat that week. But those who really want to know how the park gets its name should visit in October—that’s when the doors creak open to the Frightmare Haunted House, a two-story maze carpeted with ominous fog, where creepy monsters and terrifying ghosts lurk around every turn. Survival at Ft. Dread and the Zombie Trail is full of zombie-centric terrors of its own.