COME EXPERIENCE AN EVENING OF GHOSTLY ENTERTAINMENT WITH NIGHT ON A DARK TRAIL!
What is Night on a Dark Trail? We are an annual Snoqualmie Valley outdoor walkable spooky theatrical 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. Parental discretion recommended.
PARKING: There is parking available at our location but it can be tight. We recommend carpooling. There are no shuttles currently available.
FOOD: There is a small concession stand located near the ticket booth with hot cocoa, hot cider and limited snacks.
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 CANCELED on our Facebook page and at the top page of this website.
WAIT TIMES: Lines can be long but worth the wait!
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.