Trail Of Terror

 

2014

 

Like to be an actor in our trail? Please contact us.

 

WARNING:  All patrons enter at their own risk. Owners & sponsors are not responsible or liable for any harm incurred on the premises. This attraction contains scares and strobe lights which may not be suitable for people with heart conditions or prone to seizures. Attraction may include the use of fog juice as well as spraying water. Sorry no infants, or children being carried will be allowed entry. Not recommended for children under 8.

 

 

What are the hours of operation? 

The Trail Of Terror is open October 3,4,5,10,11,12,17,18,19,24,25,26,31 & 11/1

From 7-11 Fridays & Saturdays and 7-10 on Sundays.

 

How long does it take to go through the Trail?

First you must buy your tickets, then wait to enter the trail. We do not push you through with other groups, you only walk through with the group you came with. Once you enter, the Trail takes anywhere from 45-50 minutes depending on the pace of your group. 

 

What is the price for the Trail?

10.00 per person

Group of 3 - 25.00

Group of 4 - 35.00

Group of 5 - 45.00

Group of 6 - 55.00

 

 

Are the characters allowed to touch you?

The actors will not touch or grab you. However, they do get very close. You may brush up against their costumes or props or come into contact with some of the sets, but you will not be grabbed or pushed.

 

Are their any age restrictions?

Is not recommended for children under the age of 8. They will be allowed in if parents choose to bring them, however CARRYING babies or children through is NOT ALLOWED. There are no special prices for children and no refunds if anyone decides not to finish the trail. There are no emergency exits throughout the trail in case anyone gets too scared to continue.

 

Is the trail wheelchair accessible?

No.

 

Can I go if i'm pregnant? 

It is not recommended for visitors who are pregnant, have heart conditions or are in general poor health. We reserve the right to determine if you are not allowed in due to safety reasons.

 

Can we wear our Halloween Costumes when we come through? 

YES! You are allowed to wear costumes. PLEASE NOTE: your costume is offensive or involves nudity, you will not be allowed in. Any props you are carrying will need to be left at the entrance.

 

Are you still open if it rains? 

The Trail is outdoors, so it will stay open during light showers but may need to close for safety reasons.

 

Can we be thrown out of the trail for any reason?

Yes. We do not allow foul language, pushing, vulgar behavior, weapons of any kind, alcohol, etc. We do not allow babies or children to be carried through. Smoking and alcohol is not allowed. We reserve the right to remove any patron from the event if we feel it is necessary.

 

Can we get injured in your trail?
Running is the main cause of minor injuries. Make sure to follow the rules and DON'T run and you should be fine! You will be walking on some un even ground in the woods at dark! DO NOT RUN! Remember you are entering at your own risk. 

 

What can't we bring on the trail?

No pets! No weapons! No alcoholic beverages! No cameras! No smoking! No laser pointers or flashlights! No food or beverages! No babies!

 

Do you sell beverages and snacks? 

Yes. We have a full menu. We also sell glow stuff. 

 

Warning!

All patrons enter at their own risk. Owners & sponsors are not responsible or liable for any harm incurred on the premises. This attraction contains scares and strobe lights which may not be suitable for people with heart conditions or prone to seizures. Attraction may include the use of fog juice as well as spraying water. Sorry, NO  infants, or children being carried will be allowed entry. Not recommended for children under 8. 

 

More Questions? jim@syracusekickball.com or 315-457-5425 

 

 

 

 

 
Syracuse Sports Association
7192 Oswego Rd.
Liverpool, NY 13088
(315) 457-7678