We appreciate your patronage of the Trail and your support for men and women of the Stoney Point Fire Department. However, we do expect your compliance with a few rules in order to maximize your experience and that of other Trail attendees.
The holder of any Stoney Point Trail of Terror ticket agrees and understands the inherent liability in attending the event. The ticketholder voluntarily accepts all risks and dangers associated with participation in the event. By entering the attraction, the ticketholder releases the operators, its parent corporations, affiliates, officers, employees, volunteers, and all other ancillary staff from any liability, harm, injury, death, cost or expense whatsoever that may arise directly or indirectly from attending this or any other event at this location.
The Stoney Point Fire Department’s Trail of Terror uses a variety of industry-leading techniques and mechanisms to provide the scariest event possible. Due to the nature of the event, we strongly do not recommend the Trail for the following groups:
- Children under the age of 13;
- Individuals with heart or breathing conditions;
- Photosensitive or epileptic individuals;
- Pregnant women.
By purchasing a ticket, you indicate that you have read and agree to abide by the rules. Enter at your own risk – if you dare!
- We, the Stoney Point Fire Department, reserve the right to refuse admission to anyone for any reason. Patrons determined to be presenting a disturbance or harassing others will be asked to leave willingly; those refusing will be escorted off the premises.
- No alcohol on the premises. Patrons found in possession of alcohol will be asked to dispose of it prior to proceeding through the Trail.
- No smoking on the Trail (and yes, this includes vaping). Attendees will be expected to extinguish all cigarettes, cigars, or other items prior to entering the Trail. If you won’t put it out, we will.
- No profanity. We appreciate the surprising nature of some of our scares – but please try to control your outbursts.
- No touching the actors. They cannot touch you – though they may get very close. Pushing, shoving, or striking the actors is expressly prohibited. Attendees found to be harassing the actors will be escorted from the premises.
- No cell phones, cameras, flash photography, flashlights, video cameras, or other light-generating devices. The spooks won’t haunt if there’s too much light.
- No touching the props. Unless absolutely necessary (e.g., passing through a curtained doorway), please do not touch the props in any scenes or attached to the walls. Destruction of property will result in immediate removal from fire department grounds.
- No weapons of any kind. This may include, but is not limited to, firearms, pocket knives, utility knives, pepper spray, or other defensive devices. Please secure these items in your vehicle prior to walking through the Trail.
- The Stoney Point Fire Department, its employees, volunteers, and affiliated personnel are not liable for stolen, lost, or damaged items while attendees are on the property. If you might lose it – or think you might lose it – leave it in your car!
- If at any time you feel unable to continue your travel through the Trail, please let the nearest guy or ghoul know and you will be escorted to safety.
Individuals with impaired mobility or other special needs: at this time, the Trail of Terror remains an outdoor event with a variety of steps, stairs, inclines, confined spaces, and limited access corridors. Please call ahead to verify accessibility requirements prior to entering the Trail. We will assist you to the best of our abilities.
Lost and Found
Please notify staff of any lost items immediately. Patrons will not be allowed to re-enter the Trail to search for lost items. Patrons will need to provide a detailed description of the missing items and location last known. Any found items on the Trail will be returned to the Ticket Booth and secured by staff members.