With the month of October our minds turn to ghouls and goblins and spirits of all kinds, and the basement of Estes Park’s American Legion Hall turns into a haunted house worthy of your chills and thrills and freaks and shrieks! All souls are invited to experience this 2nd Annual electrifying opportunity each Friday and Saturday in October from 7-10 pm. Tickets are $15 at the door.
A special “kid-friendly” day with treats and milder horrors will be held on Sunday October 29 from 1-3pm, for $5 per ticket. And, a “service industry night” on Friday the 13th from 7pm – midnight will offer special 2-for-1 ticket pricing for all folks who work in the service industry.
A group of talented (and perhaps a little sadistic?) volunteers has been working diligently to build a maze full of horrifying surprises, and another group of volunteers is preparing for their roles as “scare characters” within that maze. These volunteers are being skillfully led by Kovo Mendoza, Jenn Bass, and Justice Warren.
Sponsors for the Haunted House will be memorialized in the delightfully spooky graveyard that will be in the front of the Legion building, so make sure you stop by to pay your respects!
Note that the Haunted House will not be open on Halloween night, so our volunteers may participate in downtown Estes Park Halloween traditions.
Don’t miss this opportunity to support the American Legion Auxiliary and American Legion Post 119 while you experience this Halloween thrill! Estes Park’s American Legion Post 119 was chartered in 1920 as a nonprofit local branch of the national organization. It is located at 850 N. St. Vrain Avenue, at the intersection of Highways 36 and 7.