This year we opted to spend the extra $5 and we bought the "Fright Feast", too. They had a buffet style with chicken tenders, BBQ pulled pork, potato salad, hot dogs, baked beans, ice cream, and cookies...oh and unlimited soft drinks! The food was...okay. Was it $5 okay? Yes, absolutely! Would I do it again? Maybe..if they changed the menu up a little bit. If you don't buy it as a combo with your ticket you pay $14.99 per person for the meal. Was it $15 good? No-save your money and go to La Rosa's. :)
They added 3 new attractions (mazes, as they call them) this year. One was called Holiday Horror. It was pretty good! You walked through every holiday from New Year's to July 4th and so on. It was pretty good and I liked it!
The second was called Nightmare Alley. It wasn't really an attraction like you wait in line and walk through a maze sort of thing. Instead they had an entire area set up like a side show. People were standing on pedestals and you couldn't tell if they were real people or just statues. Creepy!
The last and final one was called Mysteria. It was...eh. I wish we would have used that time to go to one of the two we missed and just skipped that one. It was an indoor maze and they had people dressed up to blend in with the walls. They also had people who hung from the ceilings (Hey, Batman!) or looked like they were "dead" then they grabbed your foot. EXCUSE ME?! I'll step on your hand and I won't feel bad about it! hahaha
We had a great time and I'm excited for next year, already!!
Now...enjoy some pictures!
The humor in this is that I'm a whopping 4'11". I passed BOTH tests! I could ride the ride and I didn't have to be accompanied by a "responsible person". WINNING!
Mal and I-I love this girl!