Fright Night Scream Park

Oct 30, 2010 | Arts & Entertainment, Contributors, Teens

by Shane Stoll

Everyone loves a good scare for Halloween, and Fright Night Scream Park in Clovis is the perfect place for it!

Due to Satterstroms in Kingsburg closing down a couple years ago, and Hobb’s Grove in Sanger not opening for business this year, many people are at a loss as to where to go for some Halloween fun. Fright Night Scream Park is the perfect solution! It met all my expectations, and more.

Unlike most scream parks, Fright Night is indoors; it is located inside an old movie theater that went out of business. There are four different haunted houses/mazes that all have different themes. In each attraction, you must make your way through a maze of various different terrors. The attractions range from 3D clowns popping out at you to zombies chasing you with chainsaws.

There is “Necropolis reVAMPed” that is all about vampires, where they have you literally “crawling to your grave.” There is “Desecration: Quarantine” where you are forced to run from attacking zombies wishing to contaminate you with their virus. There is “Psychosis,” which is their 3D attraction. You are given 3D glasses to wear in order to see everything popping out at you, and when I say everything, I mean EVERYTHING. Finally, their fourth attraction is “Asylum.” This maze disguised as a psycho ward, is filled with crazy patients, and even crazier doctors that will have you truly questioning your sanity.

Friday September 24th was the opening night for Fright Night Scream Park, and they are remaining open until Halloween night on Sunday October 31st. They are open Fridays and Saturdays 7 p.m. to midnight, and weeknights 7 to 10 p.m. They are located on Santana Ana Ave. behind Target at the Sierra Vista Mall.

For all their information, directions, and discount coupons visit their website. They have a wide variety of great deals, ranging from the VIP Combo, which is an all access pass that allows you to skip all the lines, to the Triple Combo that allows you to choose any three of the attractions you wish to experience.

Shane Stoll is 16 and a contributor to our Teen Talk section. He is a sophomore at Kingsburg High School where he writes for the school newspaper, Viking Voice, and is on the varsity water polo tea.


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