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Silverwood Theme Park version 3.0

Scarywood 2011 Photo Trip Report from our October 15th Visit!

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Next up, let's talk about Terror Canyon Trail. Silverwood teased at the new theme this year - the Freak Farm. Although the theming on the outside of the attraction resembled the 2010 version almost identically, the inside did not. More on that later...



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The spider infested entry way into Terror Canyon Trail. This is normally where the waterfall and geyser would be found during the summer.



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This is one of the most well-decorated areas of the park, by far.
It looks great!



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Again, we find a broken-down camp bus that looks like it just went through a war zone...



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...along with an abandoned campsite across the street.

Inside, guests hear old tunes playing on the radio as they wait in line, and overhear a special report claiming that a group of girl scouts recently went missing near Terror Canyon Trail. A ranger at the front of the line explains that he needs help in locating the missing scouts, and invites groups to enter the trail. Sound familiar, right? Well, that's about all you'll recognize from last year. Scarywood changed things up drastically with the new theme. Upon entering the trail, guests are greeted by a host of people that have become hybrid human-animals (cows, pigs, sheep, etc.), due to the farmers "experimentations" gone wrong. The Freak Farm theming was excellent, with lots of scare actors and props all throughout the entire walk-through. Not only was it scary and startling, but this year the Terror Canyon Trail was downright disturbing! Take it from us - this one will leave you pretty creeped out!



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On to the train ride - the Zombiewood Express returned this year. See that small sign off to the left? They definitely mean it - this one ain't for the kids!



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The train was once again totally decked out for it's conversion into the Zombiewood Express.



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Scarywood does an great job with this thing - how much more awesome could this possibly look? As if an old steam locomotive barreling through the pitch black of night wasn't creepy enough...


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