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Fright Nights at the South Florida Fairgrounds

 
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Very Scary
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12 & up - Parental discretion
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Charity / NOT For Profit
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Haunted Houses, Haunted Hay Rides, Halloween Festivals & Parades, Halloween Parties & Nightlife, Escape Games, Scream Parks, Other Events
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Wheelchair Accessible, Snacks & Refreshments, Outdoor Event(s), Indoor Event(s), Covered Wait Area, Touching Not Allowed, Parking Fees May Apply
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4 Haunted Houses feature terrifying live actors, cool special effects, and scary monsters!

Fright Nights is the premier haunted house attraction in South Florida and 2017 is going to be chock full of scares!
With 4 full haunts, carnival rides, live music, food, and entertainment, Fright Nights should be your number one Scream Park destination in 2017! The reason Fright Nights has the best haunted houses in South Florida is simple:
We care about the scare!

Each year we are dedicated to bringing you BRAND NEW haunted attractions, and this year will be no different. In past years we’ve had everything from flesh-eating zombies to twisted carnivals, haunted prisons, evil clowns, haunted hotels, ghostly graveyards, insane asylums, corn mazes, haunted hayrides, Psychotic hillbillies and more! Located at the South Florida Fairgrounds in West Palm Beach, we have ACRES of scares and plenty of parking. Be sure to “friend us” on Facebook for updates on when the dead will walk again!

This year we also have two horror-themed escape rooms. Read more about them at www.escapefrightnights.com

In past years we’ve had everything from flesh-eating zombies to twisted carnivals, haunted prisons, evil clowns, haunted hotels, ghostly graveyards, insane asylums, corn mazes, haunted hayrides, Psychotic hillbillies and more! Located at the South Florida Fairgrounds in West Palm Beach, we have ACRES of scares and plenty of parking. Be sure to “friend us” on Facebook for updates on when the dead will walk again!

SUNNYVILLE SCHOOLHOUSE
Through the entrance, the smell of stale soot arises from the ground. Walls plastered with decades of muck. The eerie laughing of children bouncing down the hallways. Abandoned classrooms remaining as time capsules. Lights flicker throughout the war-torn building. Daylight fading quickly through the windows. As night approaches, the children’s voices grow louder. Eyes following every step taken. A spine tingling chill runs its course…

DOLL FACTORY
Gears grind as production at the Doll Factory lurches forward with a sole purpose: the creation of maniacal porcelain demons for distribution into the unsuspecting world. They live in the toy boxes and closets and they sleep under your children’s beds. The dolls are bent for blood and thrive on your fear, reflected back to you through their empty glassy eyes.

THE VOID
The Dry Fork Mines closed in 1954 after an explosion ripped through the deep caverns. Hundreds of miners lost their lives in the calamity, their bodies were never recovered. 62 years later, the ML Mining Corporation has plans to reopen the site, hoping to attract jobs and commerce to the now economically depressed area. The team of miners and scientists sent in to assess the safety and viability of the mines reported seeing strange organisms before losing communication topside. Your job is to recover that team – dead or alive.

PESTILENCE
The Russian ship “The Demeter” washed ashore from a sudden and violent storm with its foreign passenger Count Orlok. After some time, the townsfolk began to wonder if he was to blame for the Black Death ravaging the land. The rats continued to spread the disease and within days the plague doctors took over the city to rid it of the infected. While the stench of burning flesh still hanging in the air from the pyres, the reign of Nosferatu was about to begin. The town could not prepare for the terror about to unfold. Email Haunt Owner
Our Midway is kid-friendly, the really scary stuff is relegated to the haunts themselves. We don't recommend children under 12 entering our haunts without parental supervision.
 
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Directions to the Fairgrounds: The South Florida Fair is located on Southern Boulevard in West Palm Beach, FL, 1.5 miles west of the Florida Turnpike and 1 mile east of 441/SR7. From I-95 South: Exit at Southern Boulevard. Exit #68. Go west approximately 7 miles. Turn right on Fairgrounds Rd. Enter Gate 8 to Fright Nights parking. From I-95 North: Exit at Belvedere Rd. Exit #69. Go west approximately 7 miles to Fairgrounds Rd. Turn right on Fairgrounds Rd. Enter Gate 8 to Fright Nights parking. From Turnpike South: Exit #97, Southern Blvd. in West Palm Beach. Go west 1.5 miles. Turn right on Fairgrounds Rd. Enter Gate 8 to Fright Night’s parking. From Turnpike North: Exit #99, Okeechobee Blvd. in West Palm Beach. Go west 1.5 miles. Turn right on Fairgrounds Rd. Enter Gate 8 to Fright Nights parking. PARKING – ENTER GATE 8 *Parking is $5.00 for all vehicles.

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