Choose Between Two Options
- $30 for Halloscream combo tickets for two ($50 value)
- $60 for Halloscream combo tickets for four ($100 value)
Halloscream takes over the woods at Nashville Shores on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights in October. Combo tickets grant access to both attractions: Haunted Hayride and Trail of Terror. Wanderers through the twisted grove of pines and gnarled trees deep in the woods in the Trail of Terror encounter zombies, insane clowns, crazed scientists, and other frights up close. The Haunted Hayride takes guests on an terrifying trip along the wooded shores of Percy Priest Lake where backwoods killers, werewolves, and other creatures eagerly await the next hayride of innocent prey.
At Nashville Shores, there are plenty of attractions to keep families entertained.
During the summer, visitors can experience the expansive water park with a wave pool, lazy river, multiple pools, beach, water slides, a children’s water treehouse and playground. And the water park isn't the only attraction. Over in Treetop Adventure Park (open mid-March through November), visitors swing and climb across large aerial obstacle courses complete with Tarzan swings, zip-lines, and hanging nets.
In the fall, the woods transform in time for Halloween. Visitors walk through the "Trail of Terror" to find ghouls, beasts, and goblins lingering near the pines and trees along Percy Priest Lake. The haunted hayride, cornstalker craze, and zombie attack zones terrify those who dare to pass through. In turn, Booville activities are catered to be more family-friendly. Kids can enjoy story time, arts and crafts, face painting, games, a dance party, and more.
Nashville Shores also features 100 RV sites, 24 lakeside cabins, a 320-slip marina, Jet-Ski rentals and pontoon boat rentals.