Horror is reaching new heights in 2018 with the biggest year ever for box office fright, and 2019 promises to be even more terrifying. Fright fans in the Pacific Northwest don’t need to wait for the release of the new “Halloween” movie to start having nightmares; Wild Waves Theme & Water Park is providing tons of fear and mayhem from now until October 28.
Three ultra-scary haunted attractions plus the return of Freak Show Deluxe Side Show and a nightly Parade of Ghouls await brave souls. More timid fun seekers can look forward to the family-friendly Booville for kids.
Festive hay bales and cornstalks will adorn the midway at Wild Waves Theme & Water Park but guests need to beware – haunted houses, cobwebs, contortionists and ghouls will be found around nearly every turn. The park opens each weekend (Fri, Sat and Sun) in October with a Parade of Ghouls, and a live show featuring Hollywood’s famous Freakshow Deluxe Side Show will once again headline, playing two times each night the park is open.
Appearing from coast to coast, Freak Show Deluxe performers are masters of fire-eating, blade swallowing, amazing escapes, hand balancing, walking on broken glass and other eye-popping acts.
Little goblins can celebrate as Booville returns with special activities just for them. Children’s rides, spooky crafts and fun games provide a scare-free zone and plenty of fun. Of course, guests will also find lots of special treats including Cookie Monster Fudge and Jack-O-Lantern Candied Apples.
Tickets are available online at www.wildwaves.com
Long lines but still fun.
Fun Halloween time. Rides are fun too.