Screaming claustrophobic haunted houses be damned. As we approach the scary month of October, many farms across America are prepping for millions of zombie loving gen z and millenials as they head out to get their scare on. The haunt business, a $500 million dollar industry that occurs over a few short weekends in October each year, is in doubt. Across the U.S., thousands of haunted houses full of dark hallways and torture chambers are in flux. Many of these can not and will not open in this COVID world.
What is a challenge for traditional haunt operators could be a BOOM for non-traditional outdoor venues like farms. North of Denver, Fritzler’s Farm Park has operated one of the “Scariest Attractions in Colorado” at their Scream Acres. Complete with a haunted corn maze, zombie paintball, and in a farm setting with campfires, faire food, and even a brewery. Denverites will get to enjoy the fall weather and experience their share of carny clowns and chainsaws. Scream Acres is located in LaSalle, Colorado and is open weekends in October.
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JOIN US AT SCREAM ACRES for our Ghost Haunt, Corn Maze and SO MUCH MORE!ARE YOU READY FOR THE FRIGHT OF YOUR LIFE?!?!BUY TICKETS ONLINE AND SAVE: https://www.fritzlerfarmpark.com/scream-acres
Posted by Scream Acres at Fritzler Farm Park on Thursday, October 25, 2018