How long does it take to go through Kersey Valley Spookywoods?

They had major special effects and the kids just totally dug it. Well worth The $30. You spent 30 minutes going through there pretty fast because it was creepy enough to make a move that fast.

Is spooky woods or woods of terror better?

Spookywoods has better set design and has longer and more consistent themed sections, and has actors who I found to be interactive with the guests. Woods of Terror is more intense, has more themed sections (though short), and has actors who are more energetic.

How long does Woods of terror last?

The place is huge, it takes at least an hour to go through. There are even activities to do before getting in line. Parking is $5 per car and admission is $25 per person and it is worth every penny!

How long is Lake Hickory haunts?

approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour
With industry leading monsters, animatronics, pneumatics, pyrotechnics, special FX, and more, Lake Hickory Haunts delivers scary and fun-filled entertainment like no other! Not including the wait time and Midway of Mayhem experience, the tour lasts approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour.

What is Kersey Valley?

Kersey Valley is an adventure park with fun activities for families, civic and corporate groups. Visit and make a reservation to take a zipline tour, high ropes course, indoor and outdoor axe throwing, outdoor laser tag, escape games, and our newest attraction, outdoor bomb bowling.

Can Woods of Terror touch you?

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

Can they touch you at factory of terror?

A: No. Actors will not touch you.

What county is Lake Hickory in?

Catawba county
Hickory, city, Catawba county, west-central North Carolina, U.S. It lies near the Catawba River (there dammed to form Lake Hickory) just east of the Appalachian foothills and about 60 miles (100 km) northwest of Charlotte. A store was established on the site in 1846 at the junction of two stagecoach trails.

Who owns Kersey Valley?

Tony Wohlgemuth
Afternoon News. ARCHDALE, N.C. — The Kersey Valley outdoors attraction facility in Archdale got its start on a childhood dare. In 1985, owner Tony Wohlgemuth, then 15, and some friends were camping in the barn on the 65-acre farm on Kersey Valley Road.

What is bomb bowling?

At HUB Stadium in Auburn Hills this new game is called bomb bowling. Bowling pins are set up on opposite sides of the lane, and the football is used to knock those pins down.

Do you have to have tickets for Woods of Terror?

You can purchase tickets online or onsite. As always you can purchase tickets onsite as well. Depending on what ticket type you purchase will determine what your wait time will be.

Who owns Woods of Terror?

Eddie McLaurin
Eddie McLaurin is two-faced—literally. Just spend an evening at his haunted attraction Woods of Terror and you’ll see what I mean. He patrols the haunts in a costume of his own creation.

When did Kersey Valley Spooky Woods first start?

I love your detailed review of Kersey Valley. The passion of scaring each other as kids is what started Spookywoods back in 1985 and we are still having a blast. We have dedicated our lives to Halloween and we have our loyal fans to thank for giving us the opportunity to have the best jobs in the world.

Which is the best haunted attraction in Kersey Valley?

Kersey Valley Spookywoods breaks the mold on your typical haunted attraction by offering the best in every aspect.

What to do at spookywoods in Archdale NC?

Spookywoods Halloween Haunted Attraction is also the home to a host of various attractions, much more than just a haunted house! We have year round events like our zip line tour, high ropes course and outdoor laser tag. During the fall months we have a massive corn maze, gem panning and pumpkin patch.

What to do in Kersey Valley in Archdale?

The Kersey Valley attractions include not just a series of haunted houses but zip-lining and laser tag (unfortunately, we didn’t get to shoot each other this time) as well. Not your average, run-of-the-mill haunt. First, we hit the zip-lines.