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Trail of Terror, Shakopee

Categories: Theme Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
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1.3/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web
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  • Trail of terro scares you worst the Valley Scare almost to the point of pissing your Pants Like Dam! 
  • First off let's just say our kids had a blast. However, they didn't have to fork over the $100+ admission (family of 4). Like long lines? Line to get tickets 30+ minutes. Line to actual ride 45-60 min...  read more »
  • This place is done up beautifully and the decorations are outstanding. Great costumes good food and drink and just a lot of good fun highly recommend this as a place you go to for little added extra d...  read more »
  • Hotel 666 is probably the best attraction at this place. Not really a hotel though but it still freaked me out. The Pine Walk could've been better if we hadn't of caught up to the people in front of us. Since it was Sunday it wasn't busy at all so we barely waited for anything. Overall I think it was worth the money.
  • Terrible experience! I will NEVER go to Trail of Terror again! The beginning of this horrible experience was finding the entrance. GPS brought me to the exit, the woman who was working at the end of the exit gave me wrong directions to get to the entrance. I was aimlessly driving around for 10 minutes until I finally saw the little tiny sign pointing to where Trail of Terror was. After driving down crappy dirt roads for what felt like an hour I saw the workers who assisted with parking. I parked, got out of my vehicle, and all I heard was the workers listening to annoying vulgar inappropriate music by rapper Young Thug. I thought Trail of Terror was somewhat a family oriented attraction, so the fact that these workers are playing this music and talking about how drunk they were the night before is completely unprofessional. What finally pushed me over the edge was how my husband was treated upon entering into Trail of Terror. The girls at security were checking purses, pockets, etc. My husband is disabled and had a drink with his medication in it. The girls told him he had to throw it because drinks are not allowed in. I advised them that my husband is disabled and his medication is in the drink. (He is unable to take the medication in a pill form so it is put in a drink.) They than called a manager over to ask if it was okay for my husband to come in with his drink. The manager walked over and completely insulted my husband and humiliated him. He started interrogating him asking why he puts his medication in his drink, what kind of medication it is, what does it do for him etc. First off, is the manager a doctor all of a sudden? Why does he need to know these things hes asking my husband? How rude and insensitive. For the record, my husband was taking his anxiety medication and anti-seizure medication. We were about to go into a haunted house with strobe lights, lighting effects, and about to get scared by people, it should be pretty obvious why my husband needed to take that medication. Even after explaining all that to the employees they still denied letting him in with the drink so he had to sit there for 5 minutes and literally drink his entire drink with the medication in front of them before they would let him in. I am appalled they would treat someone like that who has DISABILITIES, disgraceful! Than as we were waiting in line to walk on the haunted trail, the employee who was running that entrance was one of the most disrespectful people I have ever met in my life. There was a heavier set woman who went into the port-a-potty right next to the entrance and as she exited after using the bathroom the employee completely humiliated her and disrespected her by saying, as i quote, "Wow you made it out alive! I thought you were going to tip that thing over and get stuck in there!" referencing her weight. As she walked away she was so embarrassed she started crying as she walked back to her spot in line. When me and my husband approached the front of the line the same employee attempted to make fun of my husband as well. Stating he needs a hair cut and asking if I pull his long hair and call him daddy. Excuse me? So inappropriate and disrespectful. We were so fed up at this point we couldn't wait to walk this trail of shame and leave! These employees are rude, unprofessional, and just down right nasty, vulgar people! Trail of Terror employees degrade people with disabilities and people who are heavier set. This place is a joke. Its unfortunate they have employees like this working the entrances because the actual haunted house and trail itself was actually very fun. The employees who scare people did a very nice job, but they get overshadowed by the horrible employees working the entrances and completely ruin your entire experience. Never again will I go to Trail of Terror. A huge disappointment. :-(
  • went there last night spent $20 to get in and basically was a waste of money. the indoor maze was ok there were things about it that we're a little bit cool or creepy but for the most part not great. trying to get there using Google Maps is a joke because the entrance that they have is actually the XX not the entrance we have to turn around just to go and park.the only thing that the walk in the woods did was make us tired because the trails are slimy and its up and down hill most of the characters we're not even in makeup they were just kind of hiding behind trees you can totally see them. Kind of look like a junkyard halfway through. everything else was in little trailers and there's like three or four different trailers and you really feel like at the end of it that you miss something because it takes 3 seconds to go to the trailer and you stand in line for 40 minutes to do it. if you have young kids this is fine but for adults areor teenagers I would not Recommend it
  • Avoid zombie paintball like the plague. We encountered only two "zombies" during our ten minute experience on the trail. By zombies, I mean two heavily padded people in camo gear. Maybe they were supposed to be freshly bitten zombies that were infected while hunting dear. In any case, Rick and his gang from the Walking Dead should head to Shakopee, Minnesota. It is clearly the safest place to be during the zombie apocalypse.
  • Don't waste your money on Zombie Paintball. They are totally disorganized, the activity is not much fun and you spend the majority of time waiting while others budge in front of you. The walk in the woods is also a waste of time, Way to bunched together, not even that scary. The other activities were fun which is why it's getting an "ok" rating. A lot of money for disappointing activities.
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