The scream park features four contrasting attractions for one price
On Friday, September 27, 2019 the Haunted Field of Screams, Colorado’s largest scream park, opens for the 2019 season.
Built into a 40-acre corn field, the Haunted Field of Screams will deliver a daunting indoor/outdoor haunt experience only 15 minutes from downtown Denver at 10451 McKay Road, Thornton, CO.
Backing the famously haunted Riverdale Road, the scream park offers four contrasting interactive haunt experiences that prey on individual’s innermost fears: Dead Man’s Maze, Zombie Paintball Massacre, CarnEvil and Condemned.
Said Mark Villano, co-owner of the Haunted Field of Screams:
“Building the attractions from the ground up, HFOS is able to offer an unpredictable, fresh haunt experience year-after-year. This year, visitors can expect interactive haunts that lead them on puzzling journeys to encounter raw, thrilling fright factors across all four attractions.”
Within the scream park, there will be two 5-minute escape rooms — John Doe & Jane Doe — haunted CarnEvil games, photo stops, concessions, beer sales and more. Tickets for the escape rooms and games may be purchased onsite.
The Haunted Field of Screams scream park is open September 27 through October 27, 2019 on Thursday through Sunday nights with a special blackout event, Pitch Dark, October 31 through November 2, 2019.
Visit hauntedfieldofscreams.com for the full schedule and to purchase tickets. Haunted Field of Screams scream park tickets are $44.99 for general admission with VIP Fast Pass and Instant Access upgrades available. Pitch Dark ticketing will be announced in October.
Started in 2001, the Haunted Field of Screams (HFOS) is Colorado’s largest scream park where terror grows fresh every year. Located 15 minutes north of I-70 and I-25 at 10451 McKay Road, Thornton, CO, the iconic attraction is built into a 40-acre corn field and offers four contrasting, interactive haunt experiences.
The Haunted Field of Screams’ partner organization, Maize in the City, offers a rural fall event for the whole family to enjoy at the same site. For more information, visit MaizeintheCity.com.
Source: Cristina Palombo, Haunted Field of Screams