|Scare Factor: High | Atmosphere: Good|
Visibility/Location: Location is easy to find, however I was third car in a group so I basically just followed the others.
Wait Entertainment: Could have been better. There is alot of different things going on at this haunt and 4 different lines, so I realize it is alot of ground to cover, however On more than one occasion I saw an actor unmask while walking alongside the line.
Length of Event: As I said before there is alot of things going on out there. We arrived at 8 and were there till midnight. Plan on making a whole night of going to this attraction.
Actor Performance: Varried. In the haunted house most of the actors were very good to great. The trail had decent acting. The hayrack ride's acting was horrible, total lack of enthusiasm.
Patron Flow Inside Attraction: Excellent, even on the trail we didn't run into any other groups. Could maybe use to make groups a little smaller for the trail but all in all very good.
Props / Special FX: There are some very nice props and special effects throughout. The T-Rex in the hayrack ride is cool. Air cannons in the vortex tunnel is genious. Too many nifty props to mention.
Costumes / Make-up: Good. The sheer volume of actors in makeup is kinda mindblowing. For the most part makeup is white bloody faces but there was some cooler costumes and masks.
Summary: For $20 you get a wristband that lets you in to the hayrack ride, haunted trail, haunted house and hot air baloon ride. I realize hot air baloons are not particularly scary in nature, but seriously how cool is a hot air baloon ride. If you have to miss an event I would miss the hayrack ride as the acting was horrible and ruined some really cool props that someone probably spent alot of time on. I would not miss the haunted house. The house was great, with so many cool things going on I can't mention them all. The alien scene was cool, as was the vortex tunnel among many others. The trail was pretty good also. The guy on his belly in the middle of the trail gets a thumbs up from me for actor dedication. Definately worth a visit.