After a summer of adapted events, Playland is welcoming you to scare up a new adventure, Slayland at PNE, a new walk-through outdoor horror experience. With the Fair’s annual Fright Nights put on hold, none of the traditional haunted houses will be open but the frights are all around you.
The park will be hauntingly terrifying, as you explore the outdoor experience don’t forget to look behind you! Who knows what ghosts or ghouls might be around the corner.
Along with the chills, Slayland also delivers thrills with twenty exciting rides, including our most-frightening Atmosfear, Wooden Roller Coaster, and the Beast. As well, guests can take a spin on the Scary-Go Round, Murder Hornet Express, and the Skeleton Swinger.
In a first for in PNE Halloween event history, guests will be allowed to wear costumes in the park. With each weekend having a different theme;
-October 9-11: Superheroes
-October 16-18: Fantasy
-October 22-25: Retro
-October 29-31: Your Choice
However, for the safety of all guests and staff, guests are not allowed to wear costume face coverings including face paint, and eyes must remain visible. Since there will be no haunted houses, this is also the first time that children under 13 will be allowed – parental discretion is advised, and Slayland is still not recommended for children under the age of eight.
Halloween themed food will be available through the park and Triple O’s will be open as well, for cashless payments.
Guests are encouraged to attend the site with their coven, brood, or horde, but to maintain at least 6 feet/2 metres of physical distancing and remember other COVID-19 safety protocols. Face coverings will be required in all queue lines and on rides. A complimentary face mask is included with admission while quantities last.
Visit pne.ca/slayland for tickets (supplies limited) and to review all the safety protocols.