HHR group 2013 ltrhd - Valley of Fear and The Original Haunted
Dear Group Leader,
If you are looking for an exciting, entertaining, and unique event,
“even Better Than Bates,” for your youth group, please consider
The Original Haunted Hayride and Valley of Fear at the
Phoenix Sports Club in Feasterville, PA.
In 2013 the Valley of Fear will be open from 7-10 PM:
Fri & Sat Sept 27-28 & Oct 4-5;
Thursday thru Sunday Oct 10-13, 17-20, 24-27;
and then every night from Tuesday, October 29 thru Saturday, November 2.
We offer three (3) attractions for your group, available in many ticket combinations with
significant group discounts. There is our Original Haunted Hayride, which is a tractor drawn
hay wagon through the deepest, darkest woods in Bucks County, the Phoenix Sports Club.
Next is the Zombie Escape, Extreme Maze! Plus Scary Tales, the area’s ONLY Haunted
Forest Walk… it adds a whole new level of fright to your night at this year’s spectacular
seasonal event! After your journey through our deep, dark woods, there is entertainment,
refreshments and a bonfire in Pumpkinhead’s Picnic Grove.
For the last several years our facility has entertained students from many of the schools
and groups in Tri-County area. Some of our past visitors have included: Council Rock United
Soccer Association (CRUSA), Northampton & Bensalem Football, Girl and Boy Scout troops of
all ages, the CYO’s of St. Christopher’s, Christ the King, St. Anselm’s, St. Ephrem’s, Nativity of
Our Lord, St. Bede’s, and Assumption BVM, as well as trips organized by PTO’s at Churchville,
Hillcrest, Welsh and Rolling Hills Elementary Schools, Newtown Middle School, Council Rock
South High School, Bensalem High School, New Hope- Solebury School District, Lower
Moreland School District and Central Bucks West High School, Archbishop Wood High School,
and many more. Many of our visitors say “Valley of Fear is better than Bates.”
We would love the opportunity to work with you to plan a wonderful, entertaining evening
for you and your Youth Group. We can handle groups of all sizes, buses, vans, and car pools.
This is our 24th year of fun and fear providing unusual and memorable experiences for
youngsters, teenagers and adults of all ages. For detailed information, entertainment
schedules, directions, and operating schedule, please feel free to visit our website
www.ValleyofFear.com or contact me directly at [email protected] or
We look forward to working with you.
Terri McKendry, Valley of Fear