Thursday, May 23, 2024

The Great Escape – Fright Fest



Malice in Wonderland

Visit the world were Malice fell from the seemingly bottomless hole in the Great Escape lot so many years ago. But be warned – years of torment under evil dictators have rendered this land uninhabitable. Traverse your way … [Read More]

Skull Manor

Additional Fee Required

Presented by TWIX® Brand
Skull Manor was just about to receive historical site status as the final word in old colony estates until a grizzly murder forced the house into condemnation. Experience the … [Read More]

Saloon of Darkness

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For years visitors have wandered through the dark halls of the Saloon of Darkness searching for a way out. Young Emily entered on her 12th birthday and has never been seen again. Do you know the way out?[Read More]

Nightmare at Crackaxle Canyon

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Presented by DOVE® Chocolate
The abandoned mining town of Crackaxle Canyon has been infested with the zombie souls of lost miners warning of imminent horror and eventual death. [Read More]

Ghost Town Dead in the West

In 1854 the charming town of Crackaxle Canyon was devastated by a horrible mining accident claiming the lives of over 80 men, women and children. The town never recovered from the destruction and its residents, unable to deal … [Read More]


Dead Man’s Party

Presented by MILKY WAY® Brand
Join the haunted party with zombie performers, hit songs and red-hot choreography starring the murderous Dr. Fright. The most wicked dance in the Northeast is only recommended … [Read More]

The Awakening

Presented by 3 MUSKETEERS® Brand
On Halloween, a funeral procession takes a life of its own. No longer is this a somber affair of family grieving. It’s a parade. Every October at The Awakening you can … [Read More]

Big Top of Terror

If you’re afraid of clowns…then welcome to your worst nightmare! Join our peculiar performers as they attempt the impossible and make your skin crawl. Come be entertained and repulsed by the creepiest show on Earth! [Read More]


Alpine Bobsled Terror

The greatest scientific minds in the Lake George region have gone mad trying to understand the deadly and befuddling mystery hidden deep within one of the most scariest and brain melting slides in the world.[Read More]

Flying Trapeze Zombie Invasion

Beneath Flying Trapeze rests an ancient zombie burial ground. Inert until recently, the thousand year old zombies seek to expand their ranks while enjoying a feast of young brains. [Read More]

Condor Cthulhu Surprise

Right below the entrance of Condor a porthole descends to another dimension. What crawls out in the night is stinky, sinewy, and awfully fond of human flesh. [Read More]

The Orcs of Canyon Blaster

There is a nest of Orc chefs living beneath Canyon Blaster. The delectable culinary creations they create from for our park guests make for fine eating. [Read More]

Blizzard Rodent Attack

A failed park lab experiment has resulted in thousands of cuddly white rats developing an insatiable taste for human flesh (especially teens).[Read More]

The Comet Toxic Safari

A secret toxic dump right behind The Comet is producing animals that crave human flesh. Rare. A bowl of shiny eyeballs to pop in their throats, like olives. Soup made from the blood and fluids of thrill-seekers. [Read More]

The Demon Witch

Beneath Steamin’ Demon lies the remains of a witch who destroyed a thriving town and left a terrible curse for anyone who dares to set foot on the property. [Read More]

Lost Souls of Sasquatch

Sasquatch may be one of the most celebrated drop towers in the world, but it is also the premier residence in the park for angry, disillusioned spirits whose only joy in death is tormenting riders in the most painful ways … [Read More]

Giant Wheel Insect Infestation

The Giant Wheel has become home to millions of man-eating insects who have a particular craving for young flesh. Young skin – once smooth – bubbles, crusts and erupts with sores that itch, ooze, and contaminate. [Read More]

Joe Kleiman
Joe Kleiman
Raised in San Diego on theme parks, zoos, and IMAX films, InPark's Senior Correspondent Joe Kleiman would expand his childhood loves into two decades as a projectionist and theater director within the giant screen industry. In addition to his work in commercial and museum operations, Joe has volunteered his time to animal husbandry at leading facilities in California and Texas and has played a leading management role for a number of performing arts companies. Joe previously served as News Editor and has remained a contributing author to InPark Magazine since 2011. HIs writing has also appeared in Sound & Communications, LF Examiner, Jim Hill Media, The Planetarian, Behind the Thrills, and MiceChat His blog, takes an unconventional look at the attractions industry. Follow on twitter @ThemesRenewed Joe lives in Sacramento, California with his wife, dog, and a ghost.

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