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Blezard Valley ‘scream park’ returns for another year

The haunt is scheduled to open over the Thanksgiving weekend

Brace yourselves! Northern Screams Attractions, the creepily creative terror team that brought you last year’s "Blezard Valley: Fields of Fear" scream park has expanded and created some new attractions for this year. 

The haunt is scheduled to open on Friday, October 7 over Thanksgiving weekend and will then run nightly from Thursday to Saturday for the month of October at the Carrefour Sen. Rheal Belisle Cultural Centre, 2777 Main Street in Blezard Valley.

A day of backpacking to the hostel for the annual carnival has a deadly end. You can check into the hostel, but you might not check out. 

"Last year our scream park concept was well received by patrons and based on their feedback we have created some new experiences and added some major enhancements to our scares," said Robby Lavoie, owner of Northern Screams Attractions, in a press release.

"Throughout the summer months we have been travelling our carnival funhouse and midway games at summer fairs; our premiere attraction, The Hostel, has been redesigned and has even more intense scares, including a really crazy scene near the end that will have people talking, and we added a new attraction called Gaston's Graves which will be an open air experience in the dark using only a glow stick.”

The Blezard Valley Fields of Fear is made possible thanks to a partnership with the Carrefour Rheal Belisle Cultural Centre in Blezard Valley. 

"We are excited to see what new scares Robby and his team have created this year," said Ron Dupuis, the centre's manager. "A portion of the proceeds will support the development of quality recreational programming at the centre as well as helping to maintain the building as an important heritage asset.”

You might be brave enough to risk terror once, and you might be courageous enough to risk terror twice, but ask yourself if you are truly fearless enough to risk terror thrice? One ticket costs you $13, two tickets cost you $26 but buy all three for $33 and you’ve got a ticket to writhe! 

One free carnival game play is also included with the purchase of a haunt pass. Haunt passes and individual tickets are available online using the Haunt Pay app or at