No, costumes, masks or face painting are not permitted in Scarywood to ensure the protection of our actors and guests.
Scarywood is not recommended for any children under 13 years old. However, it is the parent/guardian's decision if they want to bring their child to Scarywood.
If you can't print your tickets, you can always bring your order number to any ticket window and they can print them off for you. However, the ticket lines can get very long depending on how many people are buying tickets.
Parking is $5 per vehicle.
No, Scarywood is a separate event and season passes cannot be used for entrance. You can save $10 on opening weekend, October 2 and 3, with your 2015 Season Pass. Just show your pass when buying your ticket at any ticket booth.
Yes, we do have food vendors open during Scarywood.
No, all haunted attractions will be the same regardless of the day you come.
Yes, some of the rides are open for Scarywood. Visit our rides page for a list of rides that are operating. (Aftershock will not be open during Scarywood)
No, you will not be allowed to leave the park at anytime during your visit to Scarywood.