Yuletide Nigthmare Scenarios:
The rain came as expected, so the Nightmare has been moved to Saturday at 7. The Dark Trail scenes took on a lot of water so we’ve been clearing out some mud and placing fresh gravel over the top. There may be some muddy spots, especially off the trail. Please wear sturdy shoes that you don’t mind getting messy.
Our Default Position is “Open”
All of the walking trails have gravel or mulch, as do the parking lot roads. If you are at Panic Point and heavy rain begins, almost every scene is covered, so you can hunker down with the freaks and monsters for a few minutes until it passes.
In the event that the weather looks very threatening going into a night we are open, our options are to delay opening or cancel the night. We may also open, and then suspend operations for a bit while a shower passes. If it rains too hard for too long and the forecast is grim, we may be forced to close early. But, we wait as long as possible before making a call.
How Rain Checks Work:
If we open and are forced to close due to weather:
People who are in line or in the main “circle” area: Your unused ticket will act as your raincheck.
People inside an attraction: You will receive your tickets back for that attraction as you exit the attraction.
Your raincheck ticket may be used for any other night.
If it rains on the final night (11/2) we will issue Panic Point credit, which can be used next year, or at the Yuletide Nightmare on Friday December 13th, or the Panic on St. Pat’s on Friday, March 13th.
We do not issue refunds, only Panic Point credit, even if we have to cancel a night due to weather.