PGN Fun Center's two adventure-themed miniature-golf courses wind through several levels of tall hedges, boulders, waterfalls, castles, and caves. Rope bridges, slopes, and stairs lead putters along each course, which eventually meet at the fun center's main playhouse. Inside, flashing lights and sirens radiate from an arcade full of ticket-spewing skill-stoppers, skee-ball games, and classic video arcade consoles. A three-tiered indoor playground provides pintsize guests with several slides, tunnels, and ball pits to explore, and the onsite kitchen fires hot dogs, pizzas, and chicken wings to keep growling stomachs quieter than a miming church mouse. PGN Fun Center also hosts two levels of hitting stations on its outdoor driving range.
Open year-round, Haunted Trails specializes in family-fun, birthday parties and group celebrations for all occasions and ages. Seasonal park attractions (open April thru October) include 18-hole award-winning miniature-golf, go-karts, jr. karts, batting cages and amusement rides. Two game rooms are open year-round. The Monster’s Tomb Game Room offers over hundred sports, video and redemption games plus a large redemption prize center. It’s adjacent to Charmin Charley’s 150 seat restaurant/party room which offers homemade pizza and a variety of sandwiches, burgers and more. The Golfside Game Room is located on the Midway by the Miniature Golf course.
Throughout the month of October, the park features its’ infamous Frightmare Haunted House.
The seasonal two-story Halloween attraction is a family-friendly scare that has successfully raised spirits (and the hair) of thousands of guests each season.
Since 1975, Haunted Trails Amusement Park has been cheering, entertaining, and—during the Halloween season—frightening visitors with its 3.5 acre expanse of family fun. Year-round, visitors can play a massive selection of redemption games, many of which were designed and manufactured by the park’s owner and resident game artist, J. Richard Oltmann. The outdoor fun takes place from April through October, when batting cages, mini-golf, go-karts, and fair rides invite kids and parents to compete to see who gets dominion over the thermostat that week. But those who really want to know how the park gets its name should visit in October—that’s when the doors creak open to the Frightmare Haunted House, a two-story maze carpeted with ominous fog, where creepy monsters and terrifying ghosts lurk around every turn.
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Go-karts roar across the racetrack, bumper boats collide, and the cracking sound of confined home runs rings out from batting cages. This multisensory symphony fills the landscaped grounds of Fun Time Square, where attraction after attraction beckons visitors of all ages to kiddie train rides, 18 holes of mini golf, and the blinking lights of pinball machines in the onsite arcade. More intense thrills unfold at a paintball field, where abandoned cars, inflated cover, and war-torn art teachers guard players from enemy paint.