Dare to walk a haunted trail?


2017 DATES

Friday October 13th & Saturday 14th
Friday October 20th & Saturday 21st
Friday October 27th & Saturday 28th

Hours of operation: 7:00pm to 10:00pm - Final tickets sold at 9:45pm

 

COME EXPERIENCE AN EVENING OF GHOSTLY ENTERTAINMENT WITH NIGHT ON A DARK TRAIL!

What is Night on a Dark Trail?  We are a non-profit annual Snoqualmie Valley outdoor walkable spooky Halloween trail located on an old abandoned RV campground!  Each year we come together to create an entertaining and fun Halloween event. Our trail offers fun and spooky scenes with live performers. Audience members walk through a forest setting via a trail in groups to discover what might be lurking in the dark! From the theatrical, to quirky to downright creepy, we have something for everyone in our community and beyond! Are you brave enough to descend into the dark?

Some scenes may contain what could be considered somewhat scary imagery for very young children and are performed in close proximity. The actors do not touch the audience members. Parent discretion recommended.

Event Details

LOCATION: 34500 SE 99th Street, Snoqualmie, WA 98065. We are located just off of I-90 at Exit 25 and  Snoqualmie Parkway across the street from the new location of the Snoqualmie Valley Hospital. Some long term residents may know this location as the old Leisure Time RV park campground.

ADMISSION PRICE: Adults and children are $13.00 per person in 2017 to walk the entire trail. Children under 5 are free of charge. Tickets are available at the ticket booth on site. Cash, Visa and Mastercard are accepted. VIP FAST PASS is available for an additional $7.00 (total of $20 each). With VIP you bypass the general line to a shorter VIP line! VIP ticket purchases are limited to a certain number of tickets sold per hour.  The ticket booth will instruct you if you have to return to the site to use VIP tickets at a later time. Sorry, online ticket sales are not currently available. Last tickets are sold at 9:45pm sharp. Tickets are non negotiable and typically non-refundable unless tickets are purchased in advance and the show is cancelled.

HOURS: 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM

PARKING: THERE IS VERY LIMITED PARKING AVAILABLE ON SITE except for those with handicap badges. There is parking off site and shuttles to bring you to our location. Parking is available at the Snoqualmie Community Park/YMCA or Jeanne Hansen Park. You can park your car at one of these locations or walk onto the parking lot for the shuttle. For safety reasons we do not recommend you walk directly to our location as there are no sidewalks or crosswalks near our location. Please do not park in the lot at Snoqualmie Valley Hospital as it is reserved for patients and staff only. Shuttles provided by Compass Adventures will bring you from one of the parking lots listed to our location free of charge. Shuttles begin operating at 6:30pm and operate until closing. Be sure to arrive at the ticket booth prior to 9:45pm as the last tickets to walk the trail are sold at 9:45pm sharp.

RESTROOMS: Unless otherwise notified, porta potties are available on site.

TRAIL LENGTH: It takes about 20 to 30 minutes to walk through the trail. Typically groups of 10 are launched on the trail at one time.

CLOTHING: The trail can be rainy, wet and cold with mud puddles.  Warm clothing, layers and suitable footwear or rain boots are recommended.

WEATHER, RAIN, CLOSURES: We are typically open rain or shine! However there have been years when extreme winds and rain have caused us to close for the evening. Safety is the main concern for our audience and cast. If there is a closure on a performance evening, this information will be clearly posted as CANCELLED on our Facebook page and at the top page of this website.

WAIT TIMES:  Lines can be short and sweet or up to an hour long or so (depending on the night) but worth the wait! We recommend you arrive early. 

IS THE TRAIL WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE?  Since the trail is outdoors within an old campground, the ground can be wet, soggy and uneven. We regret that the trail is not an ideal location for wheelchairs.