September 26, 2013
As indicated by the cooling weather, fall is in the air, meaning everyone’s favorite back-to-school holiday is just around the corner.
While some of you may be planning which costume to wear or stocking up on your favorite candy, others are searching for that truly frightening experience. For all you terror-seeking adrenaline junkies and horror film fanatics, the holiday season starts a little early this year at California’s Great America.
In anticipation for the most ghostly time of year, Great America presents its annual Halloween Haunt. Their event is the Bay Area’s leading Halloween extravaganza, perfect for college students.
Running from Sept. 27 until Oct. 27 every weekend evening, California’s Great America transforms into a “horror-filled nightmare” where “darkness falls” and “evil rises.”
The amusement park features eight frightening mazes, three scare zones and five terrifying shows that are sure to deliver a one-of-a-kind experience. Mazes hide creepy creatures lurking behind every corner waiting to hear you scream.
If you’re feeling really brave, walk through one of the scare zones, but beware of the deranged clowns and rotting corpses creeping about.
If you would rather get a good scare while sitting down, then enter one of the horror-filled shows where you are sure to see spooky spirits, as well as plenty of guts and gore. For more thrills and chills, hop onto the “Fun House Express,” a creepy and crazy ride through a broken-down fun house.
In addition to the Halloween-based theatrics, all of Great America’s exciting rides are open to entertain visitors. Get your heart racing with Gold Striker, Flight Deck, Drop Zone and The Demon.
While these classic amusement park rides may not be themed, the thrill of each drop, curve and loop are sure to satisfy your adrenaline fix.
So for a truly terrifying evening, take a quick drive to California’s Great America for Halloween Haunt, presenting everything you fear, yet can’t resist.
Contact Lauren Bonney at firstname.lastname@example.org.