It’s back – and still screaming! Scream-A-Geddon has returned to unleash another season of horror in Dade City. Their 2016 marketing angle really does sum it up best. There’s not much that can be scarier than our upcoming election, but Scream-A-Geddon somehow pulls it off.
As is the norm for our Halloween series, we don’t have a plethora of photos to share with you from this event. Such is the nature of haunts and horrors – we would hate to give it all away and ruin your chance for an on-site anxiety attack, after all.
Scream-A-Geddon is sprawled out across 60 acres of pure Florida woodland, in an area occupied by the year-round attraction, Tree Hoppers Aerial Adventure Park. This extreme horror park features three outdoor attractions, two indoor attractions, and the “Monster Midway”. Did I mention that two of those attractions also offer a unique interactive option? The interactive element is an optional inclusion that is completely up to the guest’s discretion at all times. You are offered a glow necklace to wear in the attraction that identifies your choice to opt in. At any time, you can remove the necklace from your neck to signify that you no longer wish to take advantage of the interactive nature of the attraction. Interactive participation truly puts you directly into the action of the attraction. You may be grabbed and removed from the “safety” of your group for a one-on-one encounter with the attraction’s monsters and ghouls for a more personal experience at various points on your path. This absolutely enhances the fear factor, and the realism of the scene. You must be 18 or older to take advantage of the interactive option.
Cursed Hayride – Enjoy a nice, relaxing ride on a flatbed trailer covered in hay as a tractor pulls you through a Wild West town. Okay, “relaxing” may not be the best description for it. You see, the residents of this raucous town have been cur