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· Reviewed July 10, 2017
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What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
- $175 for two-person entry on Friday, June 5 ($218 value)
- $345 for four-person entry on Friday, June 5 ($436 value)
Although there will be very little time for sleep, tents at the event sleep four, meaning customers who purchase the two-person option may be paired with two new friends in a tent. Be sure to bring your coolers, sleeping bags, pillows, a change of clothes, and wet wipes.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 7, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Specific tent location assigned upon arrival at event entrance. Groups will not be assigned the "Yellow" section unless requested. Every effort will be made to accommodate all requests. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The Great Horror Campout
A chill creeps down the spine of every person who spends the night at The Great Horror Campout. At that moment—perhaps while roasting marshmallows around the bonfire—you realize every horror story you've ever heard just might be true, and it's all waiting out there in the darkness.
That's the terrifying scene set by The Great Horror Campout, where campers 18 and older embark on an overnight, interactive horror adventure called the Hell Hunt. Terrifying challenges sprawl across the grounds, as do talented actors who take their roles as the undead and deranged very seriously. Among many challenges, these creatures might entomb campers in a mass grave, force them to play games of blood tag, or have them dig through roadkill. To end the onslaught at any time, they can simply shout, "I want my mommy," but if they conquer all terrors they'll earn the title of Hellmaster.
For the fainter of heart, the grounds and their keepers host more laid-back activities, including horror movies, sing-a-longs, and arts and crafts. A monster-free Chicken Zone grants further, albeit temporary, reprieve from the madness, and campers can always stay in their tents and hope the sound outside is just a big squirrel screaming its friendliness.