Scariest Event Of The Year!
The Rock Sports Complex hosts baseball, downhill biking, BMX, skiing, snowboarding and snow tubing; along with numerous entertainment events – featuring the Midwest’s first Umbrella Bar. It's fun for the whole family! We now presents the most horrifying event of the year, The Hill Has Eyes.
Run for your life through 4 terrifying traps of flesh-eating zombie infested danger!
After the side effects began to develop, the mutated hillbillies were shunned by the public and forced to grow their population amongst themselves. Taking refuge in the nature that once surrounded their small mobile home community, they built homes and shelters using materials found in the landfill.
Intruders are warned not to enter the area because they will not find their way out. Those that choose to enter will be captured, caged, and tortured by the mutated hillbillies.
Mutated inhabitants, confined to the landfill, hunger for fresh human flesh. In Hunger Hollow, the captured are brutally butchered, eaten and given a satanic burial that harvests their souls into the walking dead.
There is no escape of souls, but those that dare to enter will face cannibalism and their soul will be taken!
Try to escape Zombie warfare by hopping a ride on The Ski Hill’s Scare Lift, ascending you into the horror of the hill. Nothing can prepare you for the terror that awaits as you board a rickety chair lift, once the cause of a horrific accident which took the lives of 43 skiers back in January of 1973. The lift is now operated by these Zombies and continues to act as a death trap for those brave enough to take a ride.
3D Zombie Maze
What waits for those who survive the Scare Lift is The Hill Has Eyes' newest attraction – Wisconsin’s very first 3D Zombie Maze. There is only one way in and only one way out. Good luck finding your way through this attraction's complex twists and turns that awaken a whole new type of scare of your senses.
If you survive, stop by our heated Umbrella Bar for music, a bonfire, and a Halloween cocktail or two!
The mayhem begins Friday, Sept. 27.
*Be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes as you walk through dark, wooded trails.
**Visit HillHasEyes.com for more info.