Forest of Fear will be open in 2020.
Face coverings required. More information below.
Thanks to everyone for a GREAT opening weekend!

The FOREST OF FEAR will be open:
Friday, October 23rd
Saturday, October 24th
Friday, October 30th
Forest Of Fear
Something sinister awaits in the woods behind the Saint Gregory The Great Parish.

Proceeds will benefit our parish/school

Additional Saftely Rules (COVID-19)

Protective face coverings are required for all guests and will be worn by all staff

Social distancing will be enforced in our queue lines as well as inside the haunt (no running, no stopping, maintain distance from group in front of you)

Guests and staff who have a fever or other symptoms of COVID-19 will not be allowed

Guests will enter only with the individuals they are attending with (groups will not be combined)

Attraction entrance and exit will be separate

Sanitizing stations will be available

Entrance Rules

No touching of actors

No touching props or sets

No profanity or obscene gestures

No running or pushing, walk slowly

No smoking, vaping, matches or lighters permitted

No flashlights, cell phones or other illuminating devices

No flash photography

No entry with food or beverage

No alcohol, intoxicated people will not be allowed to enter

No fire arms allowed on premises

No high heels or sandals, shoes must be worn

Not responsible for lost items

Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult

Breaking of any of these rules will result in immediate removal from the premises without refund

This attraction uses strobe lights, flashing lights and fog

Do not enter if you are pregnant or have broken bones/casts

No strollers, wheelchairs, or walkers

Do not enter if you suffer from any medical condition including breathing, heart, mental or if you are not physically fit. Attraction requires walking, inclines and stairs.

No refunds/Enter at own risk/Not responsible for any injury

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Is Forest of Fear open rain for shine?
A: No. Because our haunt is situated outside in the woods, it is subject to all present weather conditions. Watch this site for weather notifications on the day of the event.

Q: What is the best time to arrive?
A: If you want to be scared, come as soon as the sun sets. However, early is always better to beat the crowds. If you do not wish to be scared, come at 5:30pm for a lights-on, no-scare walkthrough.

Q: Will the monsters touch me?
A: The theory is that if you don't touch them, they won't touch you. Of course, in the darker areas, something may accidentally bump into you but our cast members will not grab you.

Q: Can I bring my kids?
A: We recommend that children 12 or under must be accompanied by an adult but, you as the parent must make the judgment call as you know your child best. From 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm is Children's Hour (lights-on & no-scares).

Q: What's the parking situation?
A: Parking is available.

Q: How long does it take to go through a haunted house?
A: Forest of Fear takes place in an actual forest setting. The ground is very uneven and hills and stairs are involved. So depending on the person the time can vary. The haunt is approximately 1/4 mile, 1500 steps.

Q: Do we have to sign a waiver to go through Forest of Fear?
A: No, there is nothing to sign to enter the attraction!

Q: Can I buy my ticket in advance?
A: No. Tickets must be purchased on site.

Q: How can I get more information?
A: If you have a question about Forest of Fear that is not answered here, please contact us.

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Thank You to our 2020 Sponsors

Anne Benvenga
Anthony Scalzo
Armudo & Annette Rebeiro
Cathy & Charlie Brady
Colonial of Danbury
Consoli Family, SGS Alumni
Cornell Memorial Funeral Home
Covered Bridge of Newtown
Danbury Septic Contractors LLC
Davco Inc
DPS - Diversified Printing Solutions
Frank Salvator Jr
Law Offices of Peter Buzaid
Meyer Jabara Hotels
MJM P.C. Civil Engineer
Nejame & Son Pools
NY Conn
Prime Pub
Rose Paonessa
RVP Flooring
Stony Hill Wine & Spirits
Union Savings Bank
Westchester Module
The Yusko Family