Choose Between Two Options
$27 for a haunted fun-park package for two (up to $51.50 total value)
- Haunted-house entry ($15 value per person)
- One round of mini golf (up to $7.25 value per person)
- One 32-ounce soda per person ($3.50 value each)
$39 for a deluxe haunted fun-park package for two (up to a $77.50 total value)
- Everything in the haunted fun-park package above (up to $51.50 value)
- One one-hour arcade-game card per person ($8 value each)
- One five-minute race on the Fastcar Raceway per person ($5 value each)
Special effects, animatronic beasties, and gruesomely costumed live actors make for a genuinely frightening haunted-house experience recommended only for guests ages 10 and older. The haunted house and spooky mini golf both return in October.
Though the medieval era was undoubtedly exciting, with its jousting matches and knightly errands, King Arthur’s castle could have done with a few upgrades—namely, a laser-tag arena. King Ben’s Castle at Golfland Sunsplash has modernized its interior to include just that. During games of Lazer Knights, players dart between glowing columns to target enemies on the opposing team, blending science-fiction and fantasy into one intense competition.
The castle is also host to a sprawling arcade with more than 200 games. And, instead of a protective moat, its grounds are home to a water park and several family-friendly attractions. Three separate mini-golf courses challenge putters to sink their shots between colorful obstacles, while go-karts vie for first place on the Fastcar Raceway and bumper boats jostle their water volcano-sprayed riders.
May through September, guests careen down slides in Sunsplash water park, including The Revolution—a nearly seven-story slide that culminates in an open bowl, sending raft riders into dizzying circles. Entire families can board a raft for the three thrilling drops of Thunder Falls, whereas the Lazy River carries swimmers on a lackadaisical journey atop inner tubes. There’s also an enormous wave pool, which recreates the feeling of riding swells on a choppy ocean more authentically than asking someone to shake your bathtub.