|Scare Factor: Medium | Atmosphere: Good|
Visibility/Location: It was pretty easy to spot you can see the ferris wheel from a couple miles away lit up. When you get there there's a sign and plenty of free parking.
Wait Entertainment: They didn't have any wait entertainment but the guy dressed up front taking tickets was pretty funny, as well as one of the workers (wasn't in costume) was getting my family and I scared to go in lol.
Length of Event: It lasted about 15 minutes. We did the Hollywood Hayride as well so that was about another 15 minutes, together 30 minutes.
Actor Performance: All the actors did a good job and never broke character.
Patron Flow Inside Attraction: We were all evenly space and didn't bump into anyone until the family in front of us got lost in a little maze and had to follow us out of it lol.
Appropriate Ages: My son is only 9 and he had fun although some kids his age might be scared.
Props / Special FX: I really liked the walls with the skulls that looked like it was going to fall on you and the last graveyard scene very intricate with some live animatronics.
Costumes / Make-up: Some of the actors had some good masks on some with decent makeup. The costumes fit well with the areas they were acting in.
Summary: For this haunted house/hayride's first year I was pretty impressed. I think that the space was well utilized for the haunted house. Maybe in the years to come they could add more details in the corridors instead of your basic black. I really liked the little kid being dragged away on the floor after breaking away from the cage. Another scene in the house that I enjoyed was the scene with all the numbered doors and the graveyard scene. The haunted hayride was fun because it was creepy because it was so dark outside and stopping to go through the corn maze in the dark was scary. I think they should have more actors out there though it would make the hayride more fun. I think that this haunt is worth checking out. I definitely think it's more of a family haunt but fun nonetheless!