Field of Screams

Field of Screams transforms a stadium into a haunted house with five mazes and a ride that mimics being trapped alive inside a coffin.

  • Field of Screams: The Haunted Stadium
  • 500 Diamond Drive, Lake Elsinore, CA 92530
  • Group Setting for All Mazes
  • No Contact; Traditional haunt with jump scares
  • Five Mazes and A Buried Alive Experience

This event is open every Halloween Season, expect them back in 2017!

Field of Screams

More about Field of Screams

This attraction combines the personal experience of a small haunt with the production value of a large scale attraction. There are no conga-lines; mazes feel scarier because you feel more alone as you traverse the haunt. And if you’re brave enough to go through multiple times, the scare actors will get to know you–tailoring your experience to scare you even more. The mazes pride themselves on their narratives, often relying story elements in line so you are never bored. They also incorporate new technologies, like the Gantom Flashlights, to give you the best experience possible.

Mazes from 2015 include: Exorcism Reborn, Cannibal Island 3D, Holidays of Horror, House of Nightmares, and Roadkill Cafe.

Mazes from 2016: If you’ve ever felt like you were being watched, then Hunted is the maze for you. Watch your back in this torturous shack. Insanity is the maze for when life doesn’t make sense. Weird, disorienting, and creepy. In Descent, journey into the abyss of an old abandoned mine shaft. The creatures that inhabit it might not let you leave though. Inferno pairs you up with a child-like spirit with a burning desire to keep you forever. And Illusions is half-complete darkness, half 3D maze. Move through a labyrinth of complete darkness to an abundance of sounds, feelings, and brilliant sights. This experience excels because you can go through each attraction as many times as you’d like in one night!

Proceeds from this haunted attraction benefit the Cops For Kids Foundation.

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