A Middletown Tradition. That is only intown for about 30 days. It is a fall carnival for a great cause. I highly recommend visiting the haunted attractions!
Went here for the first time with my husband and teenage daughter. I don't do scary but promised my family I would 'face my fears'. Sadly, they held me to it and off we went. When you walk in, there are a few carnival type rides and games. Nice if you have little kids (or big kids like me) who... More
The attic was so dark that we couldn't see a single thing. That would have been a good thing except there is no way of knowing which direction to go so we somehow missed the whole attraction except for the turning tunnel. We went on a night where it had been raining during the day, we called ahead of time... More
My wife and I went to Frightland as I have in years past. This year was different then ever before. There were monsters, growls and creatures everywhere we turned. They were friendly (kind of) and helpful, pointing us in the direction if where we want to go next. In years past, the forest used to be a bore... this year... More
Me and a few parents took our tween kids. We enjoyed all the attraction, the prison and the attic made us all scream a few times and worth a visit. The hayride was the most fun(and the longest line) and also scary at times because the actors jump onboard at times. The graveyard isn't really scary. The actors do follow... More
Best Halloween attractions, I have been to in a while. It has been years since I got goosebumps. There is something for everyone. And it is pretty dam scary. You could bring kids to the first 4 attractions and let them play on the rides. That has a carnival boardwalk feel where the rides and food are, pretty friendly. The... More
This was my first time going to frightland and I had a blast. I first got on the hayride which was pretty well put together. Then I went to adalia manor which I thought was cheesy but it scared my friends ( the weakest of all the sets ) then we went to the prison, which was by far my... More
This place is a tri-state favorite....it's is a carnival and scary funhouse all in one. If you like scary they have a haunted hay ride..if you want a family event the carnival part is gat for kids.
All of the events held on the Frightland property are first class family fun. From the legendary Halloween experience through the many Mud Run's and seasonal events, the ownership of Frightland always gives customers and participants way more than their moneys' worth. BTW - all of the profits are donated through a charitable organization that go towards finding a cure... More
I went to fright land on November 2 ,2012. When we went there it was me and my 2 friends . We paid it was 75$ for all three o us to get in ( we each had a 5 dollars off coupon ) . We decided to walk around in the amusement park . It was fun but not... More
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