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Frightland, Middletown

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  • Leave all your valuables at home, all you need is a jacket and gloves and hat if it is cold. Have spending money with you, there is NO ATM. B-E-W-A-R-E, if you dare, you may be talked to from the unde...  more »
  • We visited Frightland this past Saturday night and " WOW" excellence in action. Parking was quick and easy($5) and in no time because we had electronically got outrconfirmations ahead of time ( $35) p...  more »
  • Not very scary, but had a good time on the rides! Got the fright pass for $50 to skip in the lines and do all 8 attractions which was okay but not worth the $50.  more »
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  • Went with coworkers. First timers. Really impressed how modern and realistic sites were. Hollywood caliber sets and props. Plenty of choices for all 'scare types'. Cool ride carnival style park included. Top notch staff actors and support roles.
  • Awesome time! I initially thought it was a little pricey until I finished the night. Well worth it. Make sure to get the 8 attraction ticket. It includes unlimited rides if you choose to ride. The only suggestion I have for Frightland is to offer a package for just the 8 attractions and make it cheaper than the 3 combo ticket. Biggest advise I can give for people visiting is to get there at opening, buy your tickets, then go wait in the hayride line. You will be first in and no wait for the other attractions.
  • got there around 2030. The hayride line was 2 hours long. the props they used were great. was not scary for me, but was still a fun time. After the hayride, every attraction was less than a 20 min wait. Standing in line, i could smell weed from people waiting in line. The place was extremely clean. Maybe if I had kids, I would come back. Other than that, it was just an OK experience.
  • I had hoped it wouldn't come to this, but there are some things about this place that simply must be said. First off, I honestly don't think that the $35 price for the everything ticket is worth waiting in line 4+ hours just for a hayride, leaving no time to do anything else. Can you imagine how much this place makes off 20,000 visitors each year? Last Saturday (October 29th) I went with a few friends to check it out. There's a lot of bright lights and everything looks nice but I do not agree with the management's attitude toward customers. Customer satisfaction is key to success and bringing forth future business. We decided to check out the hayride first, and there was a 4 hour wait time just to get on it. So we all waited in line. About 3 hours in, I felt around in my pocket and realized that somewhere in this dark long line of people that my ticket had fallen out of my pocket. (Interestingly enough some of their own people were shoving their way through the line and bumping into people which in itself could have caused someone to unknowingly drop a small ticket.) I was refused admission to the hayride even though I had spent 35 dollars for the ticket and waited close to 3 hours in line! The ticket booth was closed by then so I decided to give the management a call where I was told no tickets would be replaced. This alone tells me that Frightland only cares about taking your money and not about their customers' enjoyment. I had not only the receipt from the purchase but also the credit card statement showing the charge with my name on it. There is absolutely no reason they couldn't replace the ticket other than they just don't care about people. The entire staff is extremely anal, especially the ones in the ticket office. I'm very displeased with this experience and would not recommend anyone to go there. This is a seasonal attraction, which is probably one reason why they do things the way they do. Another reason is people. Okay so it's possible to go through all the rides and then lie and say you didn't - that doesn't mean *everyone* is dishonest. This is the holiday season and we all want to have a good time. Frightland needs to come up with a better system. This ruined our weekend, and I'm positive I'm not the only one this has happened to.
  • I have been to Frightland many times and always have fun. My family and friends went last night for the first time and they really enjoyed it. It was very crowded and we were glad we purchased the VIP tickets. With VIP tickets we were still on the property for three hours. The staff does a very good job getting the VIP ticket holders in quickly. I do feel there were not as many actors this year as in years past. Many sections seemed as if it lacked a good scare. My personal opinion is that it was better last year since there were more actors but my friends and family loved it and that is whats important.