I’ve known about this place for a few years and I’d been dying to visit this hallowed horror ground ever since. The first thing we saw when we drove up to the place was a familiar roadside friend in the form of the Frankenstein’s monster.
Once inside the park Mary Shelley's monster greeted us with a bloody ax and a frown that made us feel at home.
We skipped the go-karts and batting cages and went straight for the main attraction the mini-golf course of horrors. We arrived at the perfect time as the sun was starting to set and after we filled out our scorecard as Frank and The Bride we were ready for a ghastly good time.
I snapped a bunch of photos so keep on scrolling!
You might've noticed that the fisherman had his fishing rod in the earlier photo and is missing it in this photo. A kid knocked it out with his putter before I got over to the other side for a photo. Maybe the Creature got him in the parking lot later that night!
The 18 hole is the last hole, like in deadsville man!
Apparently all this month you can visit their haunted house called Frightmare. Be sure to stop by tomorrow to see the graves of Haunted Trails.