If you like Haunted Houses, now through November 1st, you can enjoy Terror In The Jungle at Jungle Island.

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My mom and I were brave enough to check it out and while I was a bit nervous (because it had been years since I had gone to a Haunted House), we survived to tell the tale.

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We had a great time and made some new friends as we basically held their hands while walking through the ancient Ruins Pyramid Haunted House.

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Not only do you have the haunted house itself to scare you but leading up to it you are walking through a dark jungle not knowing what you will encounter in the way.  It was a fun night!!!!!

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We even got to see some animals while we were there.

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While my mom and I didn’t dress up in costumes, guests are encouraged to dress up in costumes.

About Terror In The Jungle

From the creator of Festival of Souls (Demon Mansion), Brandon Von Kittendorf, Terror in the Jungle features a chilling 40 x 22-foot Toxic Zombie Jungle Entrance leading guests through five acres of jungle paths and a 10,000 square-foot ancient Ruins Pyramid Haunted House.

Kittendorf has brewed an incredibly chilling story line for Terror in the Jungle, which goes as follows: The Mayan Calendar predicted that the end of the world would happen on December 21, 2012. That did not happen…but something else did…something that has been kept secret from all of us until now. On that fateful day, a cargo plane that was transporting materials from a Mexican research lab flew off course and crashed into the ruins of an ancient Aztec city. Now, deep in the heart of the jungle, these dangerous chemicals, neurotoxins, and biohazards have entered into the environment, mutating the plant life and infecting the local population. Desperately seeking forgiveness, surviving tribesmen prayed to their gods for their very survival but it was in vain. The gods, upset with man and his destructive nature, released a demon, called The Hunter, and sent it on a mission to devour anything living in its path.

The Mexican government, unable to locate the crash site for almost two years, finally has a lead. Reports of giant mutations and zombie like Aztec Indians running wild in the jungle have brought the Mexican government here—to the Aztec city. A Hazardous Material Containment Unit has also been dispatched to the region to clean up the mess, but they have no idea of the carnage and horror that awaits. They are entering into what the few surviving locals call Terror in the Jungle.


Tickets to Terror in the Jungle cost $45 per person on non-peak days and $55 per person on peak days. Fast passes start at $20 per person. Tax is additional. Jungle Island also will offer childcare on a first-come, first-served basis for $5 per child, per night. Terror in the Jungle will take place every Thursday to Sunday from 7:30 p.m. to midnight, with one Wednesday over the following dates: Non-peak dates / October 2-5, 9-12, 16, 19, 23, 26, 29 and November 1. Peak dates / October 17, 18, 24, 25, 30 & 31.

*Group rates, frequent fear pass, corporate party, event and sponsorship packages are available.

More Information

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My mom and I were invited to attend Terror in the Jungle at no cost to us. However, ALL opinions are my own.