North Carolina’s Best Haunt is open December 17th…
We’re opening the Haunted Forest, Dark Trail, and Hayride, all with an evil Christmas twist…and everybody gets a free picture with Bloody Angry Santa, as long as he is in the mood.
Our Scare Park offers six unique Haunted Attractions. The Haunted Forest is our featured attraction, where horrified hordes of patrons lock arms and shuffle into the unknown. NEW this year: “Killers in the Corn!” You can also brave our Haunted Hayride, Dark Trail, Menacing Maze, and Carny Crypt. While waiting for your heart rate to normalize between frights, you can hang by the fire, dance, eat, drink, or win a t-shirt via Carnival Games or Zombie Shootout. As always, Parking is Free.
“Haunted Forest” ($19) Scare Rating: 4 out of 5 Skulls
Evil dolls, Voodoo Witches, Lobotomized Lunatics, and Sinister Priests are just the beginning. When you step into the Haunted Forest you’ll run for the hills, mess your pants & call for Mama. Dozens of Haunters over 1/2 mile. 11 Freaky Scenes. 100% Haunted Anarchy.
“Dark Trail” (4 Tix) Scare Rating: 4 Skulls
Fan Favorite! What you can’t see CAN hurt you. Its your very own personal horror movie scene in the woods. Its just you, a rope, & pure darkness….except for all the Mutant Doomsday Preppers hellbent on keeping you in their grisly cavern, ghastly barn, infected bus, & hideous house.
“Haunted Hayride” (3 Tix) Scare Rating: 3 Skulls
Myth: You’re always save when you’re moving. This horrific hayride only stops for murderous maniacs, giant spiders, and portals to hell. Other than that, its a walk in the park. There’s nothing quite like a crisp North Carolina evening accompanied by skittish laughter & blood curdling screams. Be (very) afraid.
NEW! “Killers in the Corn” (2 Tix) Scare Rating: 3 Skulls
aka: 1,000 ways to die at Panic Point. What’s scarier than walking through a corn field at night? Meeting the masters of murder. You may recognize them, but in this case familiarity breeds fear. Get in and get out, before you become fertilizer for next year’s crop.
“Carny Crypt” (1Tix) Scare Rating: 3 Skulls
For years, this trashed trailer was a flop house for some of the lowest level Carnival Workers this side of the Mississippi. It was dirty, decrepit, infested, and haunted. So we bought it, as-is, and converted it into a morbid, mirrorless, mirth house dedicated to carny infamy.
“Menacing Maze” (1 Tix) Scare Rating: 1 Skull
This Monster-less maze is a haven for squeamish souls. Our ghoulish grass is a twisted hybrid strain imported from Transylvania; cultivated with graveyard soil & zombie fodder. This year’s twist: we’ve added stations this year to find with the letters P-A-N-I-C.
“Grim Games” – Win a T-Shirt (1-2 Tix) Scare Rating: 1 Skull
Need a rest? Why not try your luck in our games of skill. Drop by our Carnival Game Booth. Throw a ball, win a prize! OR…Grab a wireless M4 Laser Tag Gun at the Zombie Shootout (2 tix) and take out the undead. 3 to 5 players per game. High Score each round wins a Panic Point T-Shirt!
Panic Point’s 2016 Halloween Event
This 2016 Halloween Event runs all month long, and the Haunted Trail is just one piece of the horrifying puzzle. Every night at the Haunt is one gigantic grim gala, with more ways to cry fear than you knew existed. Each attraction entrance sits around the perimeter of the circle of horror, which is relatively safe inside if you can avoid “Axe Man” & “Buzzsaw”. Dual Bonfires rage, the DJ spins music, all while images from inside the haunt are beamed onto a big screen near the Dark Trail. You can easily spend 2 hours hopping from one attraction to the next, while the more cowardly members of your group “take a break” by the fire, sipping cocoa. Its an enormous scare fair every night, and you’re invited!
The Haunted Forest, Carny Crypt, and Dark Walk are designed to scare, and are probably not appropriate for most people under the age of 12. There is no haunted house rating system, but at our scariest we would call the haunt, “PG-13”. We are, however, a family friendly haunted house. Younger patrons can enjoy the Maze and Zombie Shootout, haunter-free. Brave young souls can try lower scare attractions as a warm-up for the Haunted Trail. Every person who enters must sign a Waiver of Liability. No flash photography in the haunt. If you do take pictures, post to social media using #PanicPointNC.
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