$42 for a Terror Pack for one (an $84 value), which includes:
- Entry into all four of the haunted park's attractions, including the Paintball Apocalypse, Trail of Terror, Lusion Manor, and Hades’s Hayride
- Fast pass for express entry to all attractions except for the Paintball Apocalypse
- Tasty Concessions Pass, valid for $2 toward food and drinks
Passengers test their aim as they try to survive the Paintball Apocalypse, a terrifying ride in a double-decker cart where they’ll have to fend off mobbing zombies using paintball guns loaded with glow-in-the-dark paint. Guests then tread lightly across the unexorcised grounds of the Trail of Terror, where legends of murder, werewolves, and tax-evading butlers linger ominously behind veils of darkened forestry. The haunted halls of Lusion Manor take guests through rooms brimming with jolt-inducing sights, and Hades's Hayride utilizes the unsuspecting paths of a cornfield to induce shrieks and soul-rattling cravings for popcorn. Click here to watch a video preview of the different attractions.
Field of Screams Maryland
It was supposed to be a utopia. When Professor Angelica D. Ream painstakingly planned her Dream City, she failed to anticipate the demonic intentions of her own family, who twisted the peaceful community into Scream City, a hellscape terrorized by werewolves, bill collectors, and other evil beasts summoned from the underworld. Snaking throughout Scream City is the Trail of Terror, which reaches deep into a haunted forest where a power-hungry werewolf notoriously slaughtered a Dream City farmer. The path is known to shape-shift from year to year, keeping even regular travelers on their curled toes.
Elsewhere, Hades’s Hayride creeps through cornfields menaced by packs of brutish monsters and, allegedly, the most fear-inducing demon ever spawned. Towering over the grounds is Lusion Manor, where Professor Ream concocted Dream City and her evil family now plots their continued reign. Entrants wander each room of the house—including an attic rumored to imprison many of the villagers—which was just expanded to five times the size of the original structure to stave off noise complaints filed against howling werewolves.
Once wanderers have been sufficiently terrified, they can fight back against roving zombies in Paintball Apocalypse. From aboard a double-decker steel cart, battlers shoot glow-in-the-dark paintballs at unarmed zombies as they stagger past. Warriors can power up at the concessions area, where groups scorch marshmallows over open flames and annihilate plates of deep-fried Twinkies, pizza, and funnel cakes. Though the backstory remains in place at Field of Screams every year, each attraction takes on new twisted twists each fall.
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