Celebrating Visitor Number 2.2-Million to Niles Scream Park

A frontline worker in the hospitality industry and recent new mom had on a mask of her own when she was welcomed into the Niles Scream Park on Sunday, achieving the milestone of becoming interior visitor number 2,200,000 this past Sunday, October 11th. That’s 2.2-million.

Her name is Morgan Fentress and she hails from Crown Point, Indiana, according to the Board of Directors of the wildly popular destination attraction. They tell us that as a result of her good fortune, she received a special “ghost pack” of goodies from the Niles Scream Park.

Morgan was accompanied by her friend Mario Rodriguez, also of Crown Point. Fentress works in the hospitality industry and recently had her first child, but that did not stop her from making her annual visit to the Niles Scream Park. She visits just about every year because she loves Halloween, getting scared and is continuing a family tradition that was started years ago by her mother.

Providing chilling entertainment for the last 47 years, the Niles Scream Park is delighted to celebrate interior visitor number 2,200,000.

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Open weekends through October 31st and Friday and Saturday, November 6th and 7th, the Scream Park is located on Mayflower Road in Niles, and is easily accessed by taking Exit 5 (Niles-Buchanan Road) from the US 31 Expressway.

For more information you can call 269-687-FEAR or check out the website at this link: http://www.haunted.org.

Pictured in the photo accompanying this story on Moody on the Market are (from L-R): The Boogeyman, Morgan Fentress, Namcy, Mario Rodriguez, Pecora Gimm and the Hogfather. The photo is courtesy of the Niles Scream Park.

The safety of patrons and staff always has been and always will be the #1 priority while providing frightful entertainment across the 44 acre Scream Park.

They care deeply about the family of staff, loyal patrons and the incredibly supportive community surrounding the park. The board says, “We always have recognized that patrons and staff place their trust in us to provide a scary, fun and entertaining experience; however, they trust that we have also taken many measures to ensure their absolute safety. Our commitment has not changed as the unfortunate result of COVID-19.”

Before planning your trip, here’s what you should expect to encounter during these times:

  • Pursuant to Michigan law, all patrons and workers will be required to wear masks/face coverings at all times. If you are not willing to wear a mask/face covering, please do not come to the Park. You will be denied admission. If you do not have a mask, we will provide you with one free of charge.
  • Temperature checks will be taken of all patrons and workers. If your temperature exceeds 100° you will be denied admission.
  • While at the Scream Park, please always social distance yourself from other groups. A minimum of 6 feet.
  • While at the Scream Park, please regularly use our hand sanitizer. It is everywhere and free of charge.
  • While at the Scream Park, please do your best not to touch anything. If you do touch something, please remember to use the hand sanitizer promptly.
  • Before you come to the Scream Park, please make a RESERVATION. If you do not have a reservation, you run the risk of being denied admission. As required by Michigan law, we are limiting the number of people in the attractions and at the Scream Park.
  • Tickets can not be purchased after 5pm EST on the night that we are open. For example, if you are making a reservation for October 17th, it must be made before 5pm EST that day.
  • If you and your group arrive early for your reservation, we ask that you remain in your vehicles until it’s time for your reservation. You will NOT be granted early admission. Please line up in the front area no sooner than 10 minutes before your reservation time.

We have addressed many of your Frequently Asked Questions at this link:

COVID19-PATRON-FAQ

While you are having fun, please keep everyone safe.

Our COVID-19 Contingency & Safety Plan is subject to change based on state and local mandates.