Scout Island Scream Park
Scout Island Scream Park is now open. It’s a Halloween Festival Filled With Fright, Thrills & Fun For The Whole Family! Consider taking a Lyft to and from Scout Island Scream Park. Lyft is offering 50% off for 2 rides for Scout Island Scream Park use code SCREAM18
If you show your Lyft App, you’ll be able to get to the front of the line of the SCREAM FACTORY haunted house.
Also, bring any empty Coca-Cola product bottle or can when visiting Scout Island Scream Park and get 5$ off any general admission ticket.
For more details and tickets click here: https://scoutislandscreampark.com/hours/
Head over to New Orleans newest Halloween attraction. The Scream Park will open on Fridays at 6 p.m. and on Saturdays and Sundays at 4 p.m.
About The Attraction
“Land of terror,” Island of horrors” are only a few terms to describe Scout Island Scream Park which gets ready to open on October 5 in New Orleans City Park. With the help of The Mortuary Haunted Mansion, the island located in the park just North of I-610 will become “more than a just a haunted house, but a thrill-seeker’s dream or nightmare,” promises Bob Becker, New Orleans City Park CEO.
The idyllic island will offer several thrill themed zones starting with Cirque du Fear, a sort “circus freak show” which will of course feature scary clowns, the Blood Bayou Fright Zone will test your nerves with skeleton pirates and at the Zombie Outbreak Battlefield you’ll get a chance to shoot zombies using laser technology. If that’s not enough, you can go on the Devil’s Swamp Tour, visit the Scream Factory or the Horseman’s Fright Zone. After all that screaming you might want to relax and get something to drink at the Kraken Beer & Spirits Pirate Club. The project, which has been in the making for about two years, is “something the city has not seen before,” says Jeff Borne owner of the Mortuary Haunted House.
If you do not have nerves of steel, there are some scare free options during daylight hours including the Haunted Hayride or the Kids Zone.
About New Orleans City Park
New Orleans City Park is distinguished by its large menu of sports and recreational activities, attractions for children, and its natural beauty. City Park is a 90/10 Park. Self-generated revenue makes up 90% of the $20.5 million annual operating budget; City Park receives no general fund operating dollars from the city or the state. The Park receives approximately $2 million each year from the state for capital projects. City Park has a special place in the hearts of generations of New Orleanians and is a must visit for visitors to the city. The 1,300 acres of parkland provide enjoyment for people no matter their age. City Park is home to the world’s largest collection of mature Live Oak trees in the world.