Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Do I need reservations to attend Camp Fear?
A: You DO NOT need reservations for Nightmare Theater, Blood Rush or The Kraken. You DO need reservations if you would like to camp overnight or reserve a Nightmare Theater firepit. However, You can walk up and get a campsite or firepit if still available.
Q. How old must you be to Camp overnight?
A. If you are camping with a parent or checked in by a parent, you can be any age. If you are not camping with a parent you must be 18 or older.
Q: What forms of payment do you accept?
A: We take credit card only for all online overnight and firepit reservations. We only accept cash for the attractions and Concession stand. ATM is available but we suggest you bring Cash.
Q: Are children allowed at Camp Fear?
A: Parental discretion is advised. In addition, Nightmare Theater shows mostly R-rated horror movies. We do have a family friendly movie night inside Nightmare Theater on Septemebr 24th/25th and October 14th and 21st
Q: Can we bring our Dog?
A: Pets are allowed only at your campsite for $5 fee. Must be on leech and quiet.
Q: Is firewood included?
A: Firewood is NOT included with overnight camping spots. However, one wheel barrel load of wood is included with a firepit rental at Nightmare Theater.
Q: Can we bring out own Firewood?
A: Only pre-bundled firewood is allowed to be brought in. We do sell firewood for $25 a wheel barrel.
Q: Can we bring alcohol?
A: It is allowed only inside Nightmare Theater and at your camp site. It is not allowed in the parking lot or at the attractions.
Q: How many can fit around a Nightmare Theater firepit?
A: That depends on how close to the fire you want to be and if some folks want there back to the screen. But we
say between 6 and 10. But you can have more at your space they will just not be to close to the fire.
Q: How long are the lines?
A: They can be longer on Saturdays (over an hour). We suggest if you are attending Nightmare Theater or Fright Overnight that you wait until after 11:30pm at night to get in line. That way you won't be in line waiting while you miss your movies. As long as you are in line by Midnight, you will get through before closing.
Q: What if I don't want to be subject to things jumping out at me or scaring me?
A: We suggest that you not come to Camp Fear. (except on Family Nights which is more family freindly)