We were staying in Ft. Smith and drove 1.5 hours to go to the haunted house only because the haunted trolley ride was booked. We had no way to print advance tickets. It was extremely crowded. I don't know why they don't open longer - at least on the weekends - instead of only 3-4 hours and cramming thousands of people in there at once. They were supposed to open at 6, but nothing really did until 7. There was about a 45 minute wait for tickets and then another hour wait to get into the haunted houses. We ended up not doing any of them. Their advertisements led me to believe there was a pub somewhere where we could eat and have a beer and we were STARVING when we arrived. The information desk was useless. I seriously asked 3 times where we could sit down and have food. The lady at the info desk just waved her arms in a general direction never answering my question. I don't recall the name of the food booth we ended up getting food from. My bf had a philly sandwich which was basically onions and peppers. I had potato soup in a bread bowl. The soup was okay, although I really dislike green peppers and that's all I could taste, and the bread bowl was like a giant stale hamburger bun. I threw it away and got a soft pretzel w/cheese from another booth. It wasn't good either. Instead of giving cheese to dip the preztel in, they just slathered a little bit on top of it. I saw a lady walking around with an owl and tried to take a picture. She came up to me and said I could only take pictures if I gave a donation. I did, but felt taken advantage of. We left and went to Denny's. We would not go back unless they opened all day on weekends to spread out the traffic so you don't spend two hours waiting in line when they are only open 3-4.
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