Are you ready to be scared? Then snag a half off fast pass and cut the line at the Dark Woods Adventure Park.

Dark Woods offers two attractions with an ever-changing, fun-filled Halloween experience with roaming creatures of the night and mayhem guaranteed to give you a fright! If you came out last year and think you’ve seen it all, think again. Each season offers new chills and thrills, making the experience unique every time you enter the woods.

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You can also explore the Dark Carnival in 3D. A traveling carnival camped out at Dark Woods for the winter as it toured Louisiana’s rural communities. After encountering the evil lurking in the forests, the star of the show loses his marbles. With the ringmaster away, Boogie is bringing a whole new brand of terror to the Big Top. This masquerading maestro of mischief sets the stage with the Dark Carnival 3D.

Grab this fast pass and skip the crazy long lines. For a limited time, you can snag a fast pass that usually runs $50 or only $25, click here.

So, grab your friends and get ready to get the s**t scared out of you.


More information on the Dark Woods Adventure Park:

Purchase will be issued to customer as a scannable QR code. Please present QR code at the event gate for verification and to exchange for Fast Pass. Valid for 2023 season only. Dates/times subject to availability. No cash value; no cash/credit back. No refunds. Not valid with any other offers, discounts or promotions. Offer expires 10/31/2023.

Here's their teaser video from last year:

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