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Trail of Terror, Shakopee
(1.1/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Not what I was expecting for my first time at this attraction. This year we decided to skip valleyscare to go to this attraction we heard advertised on media. I'm glad we received a discount from my h...  more »
  • Trail of Terrors is a little bit out in the middle of nowhere, so it's a drive. It's literally about 5 miles before you arrive at the parking lot once you pull into the grounds. The admission is admit...  more »
  • I attended this year with a few family members. We had taken a several year hiatus from this place due to the escalating crappiness in previous years, but decided to give it another chance after readi...  more »
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  • Visited the Trail of Terror last weekend and was let down. The walk through the woods was not scary... and I'm a wimp when it comes to these sort of things. Maybe it would have been a better experience if they hadn't of sent groups of 30 people at a time! The lines were so long and I understand they wanted to get everyone through, but it really cut down of the experience for me. The Maze closed due to maintenance issues so we were unable to do that. I'm bummed because I expected more for my money. However, the escape room was cool! Of course you have to pay extra for that. I had a good night out with friends but would not recommend it.
  • My favorite haunted attraction. The maze is amazing. Plus really good food. Especially the corn dogs. I went the weekend before Halloween and it was really busy but I heard the other weekends and Sundays aren't quite so bad so I'll ť going a different day next time.
  • DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY!! I've gone to a lot of haunted houses over the years, and some of them were pretty bad, but this one was the worst by far! The haunted houses, which were just trailers, had hardly any actors and the ones they did have were bad at scaring. On top of that the trailers each take 10-20 minutes in line but it's only a 30 second walk through. Not gonna lie I had higher hopes for the trail, but it was just as bad. The entire trail was basically creepy decorations, and some actors making noises or just standing there, not even attempting to scare you. Whatever you do, DO NOT GO HERE, it's the worst $25 you'll ever spend. For only 10$ more you will have a way better experience if you go to vallyscare instead.
  • Went last weekend (10-22-16). My opinion on the Trail of Terror is that it was okay. The Hotel 666 (the big indoor maze) was probably the best attraction there was. It takes about 15-20 mins to walk through the whole thing and you will get spooked. The Howling Pines Woods Walk (the one where you walk through a forest) is all right. You're not really walking DEEP into a forest, you're just walking the forest along side the event. I'd say the walk is about 15 mins as well. Those are the 2 big attractions. Outside of that, there is about 4 small trailer maze to go to and get spooked a little bit more. But they last only about 3 minutes max each. The rest of the event is stuff you'd probably have to pay for. To conclude, it was a neat first time experience, but probably won't go back again.
  • It was awesome, highly recommend. From what I've seen, the Trail of Terror has changed and improved a LOT over the past year. Really fun maze and walk through the woods.