Signage / Visibility / Location
At first, you think it should be coming up. When you don't see it, don't give up. It's a ways down the road and you have to travel through construction (the road is really torn up). Don't worry, the dirt road makes it scary! ;)
Wait Area / Line Entertainment
After getting tickets, you walk through the woods and get right on the train. No wait there. After the train, you walk to the house and there's about a 2-5 minute wait. Not long at all!
Train ride is about 10 minutes and house is about 20 minutes.
I WAS SO SCARED I CRIED. Walk to train and to house are in woods. Train is just creepy in itself...origional double-decker train. Awesome special effects on train such as smoke, strobe lights, music. Actors get really into it...costumes and make up on zombies are really thought out. The actors get right up in your face and kiss and scare the *&%# out of you. When you get to the house, they have giant "mega-screens" with rock music and zombies dancing. Strobe lights, smoke, creepy characters walking around, poping up at you and zombies rockin' to the music in the windows of the house. Inside the house...the first room alone, I couldn't even take it. I tried running out the way that I came in, that's how scary it was. I was seriously crying in the place...it's sooo creepy. Tons of zombies/monsters in every room and more than just people walking around. Insane asylum, lots of neon rooms, hallways of crazy mirrors, tons of bridges you walk over, dragons, demons, lots of smoke. You can actually see how much time they put into this and it's not just like the haunted houses that are all pitch black. You see tons of details and stuff. MORE than enough actors, details, and special effects. A++++++
14+ (no one there looked under 16/17)