Although anytime is a great time to visit Canobie Lake Park’s Screeemfest, our experience has been that Fridays and Sundays (non holidays) tend to be less crowded than Saturdays. We also recommend arriving before 6 PM.
Information about our $4 off Friday admission coupons will be available by early-September.
Yes! For 25 or more attendees, we have great group rates and specials.
Of course not! Parking is always FREE at Canobie Lake Park.
Unfortunately, no. Outside food and beverage is not permitted through Park gates.
Although this is the Halloween season, we do not permit costumes or make up through our gates or in the Park. Don’t worry… we have plenty of monsters & zombies, but please leave the haunting to us.
Our haunted attractions are designed to accommodate conventional wheelchairs and Electric Service Vehicles – although certain elements/effects will require the use of an alternate pathway.
There is no additional charge for UNLIMITED visits to any of our haunted houses (The Canobie Lake Hotel, Carnivus, the Village, Black Hollow Cove and The Culling, as well as our family Petting Zoo). We do have scary thrills that may have an additional fee such as the “Last Ride”, or a hack at the “Autopsy Table”.
The short answer is, yes of course they are – that is the idea, after all. We suggest parental guidance for children 13 and under.
If you wish to enjoy the haunted attractions without the worry of everything jumping out at you, you may elect to purchase a “Monster B’Gone” necklace at the entrance of the Park or at the entrances of the haunted attractions.
Certainly not the little ones. We recommend parental guidance for children 13 and under.
We have plenty of kid-friendly fun, including our Petting Zoo on Saturdays and Sundays thru October 22, 2017 from 1:00 to 5:00pm! We will also be operating a majority of our “kiddie rides,” including our Kiddieland area. Don’t forget to watch for our monster parade which begins at 7:00pm through the Park.
Our haunted attractions are designed for all five of the senses. Carnivus and the Village have a “Claustrophobia” effect where the “walls” are literally pushing against you. The Canobie Lake Hotel has a “claustrophobia” effect where the “ceiling” pushes you towards the floor. Strobe lights and Fog effects are used in multiple areas throughout each haunt and throughout the Park.
If you wish to enjoy the haunted attractions without the worry of everything jumping out at you, you may elect to purchase a “Monster B’Gone” necklace at the entrance of the Park or the entrances of the haunted attractions.
If haunted houses are just not your style… you still have come to the right place! We have plenty of rides (including our wild roller coaster, UNTAMED!), games, food and live entertainment for you to enjoy, plus our popular Rocktoberfest celebration in the middle of the Park! That’s a lot of fall fun all in ONE location!
Yes. If you are inside of a Haunted Attraction and feel that you cannot continue, approach the nearest actor and request to exit the attraction. The actor will direct you to the nearest emergency exit and will escort you out of the attraction.
No. And we also ask that you DO NOT TOUCH THE ACTORS.
Don’t forget to watch for our monster parade which begins at 7:00pm through the Park.
The last ticket will be sold at approximately 1 hour before the scheduled Park close. Please note that the earlier that you arrive, the better opportunity you’ll have to take advantage of your favorite attractions. All rides and haunts close at the published closing times, weather permitting. This means that ride and haunt lines may close earlier than Park closing based on crowd conditions.