People are afraid of the unknown, which is why the most horrifying ghouls carry unmarked take-out containers. Peek into unimaginable madness with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $19 for Terror on the Lake package for one (a $40 value)
- $35 for Terror on the Lake package for two (an $80 value)
- $69 for Terror on the Lake package for four (a $160 value)
Each package includes admission to the Terror On The Lake haunted attraction ($13 per person), one Zombie Hunter shooting gallery session ($7 per person), 15 carnival game tickets ($15 per person), and one witches' brew beverage and one popcorn ($5 per per person) for each person.
Terror on the Lake
Inside Terror on the Lake's haunted confines, actors garbed in macabre outfits immerse visitors in a horrifying environment where scares lurk around every corner. Ghouls, ghosts, and madmen prowl the halls of the haunted house in search of fresh screams. The Buried Alive! simulator gives visitors a taste of being trapped inside a coffin that is being lowered into the ground. Zombies dead set on feasting on flesh stand poised to break through the grounds at the zombie-shooting gallery, where only the sharpness of players' sight can save them and their friends from becoming something's snack. The only safe area at Terror on the Lake is in the fortune teller's tent, defended by carved jack-o’-lanterns that keep monsters at bay by offering poor directions.
51% of 122 customers recommend
“It is not a long experience, and don't expect HHN, but the effects are good and many of their scare artists are very good. I will not give too much detail as that...”
“It is not a long experience, and don't expect HHN, but the effects are good and many of their scare artists are very good. I will not give too much detail as that would give away too much of the experience, but it is well worth doing.”
“Fun haunted house! Nothing like a good home-grown haunt”
“It's worth going for just the house only--but they did a great job a scaring!!! I screamed the whole time!”