SlaughterHouse returns to Greater Nevada Field

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RENO, Nev. (KOLO) - Reno’s largest Haunted House returns to Greater Nevada Field. It’s the 14th year the event has been held.

The event organizer says the SlaughterHouse is getting a fresh layout and brand new scares, as well as the all new ‘Terror Train,’ which is a 10 minute frightening Lazer Tag interactive train ride through the interior of Greater Nevada Field. You can compete with other passengers to see who can zap the most zombies to win a prize.

If SlaughterHouse isn’t your thing, LaughterHouse allows kids to celebrate Halloween without the frights. Fright Fest Production owner Eli Kerr says kids will be able to hop aboard a narrated trick or treat train ride that takes them on a journey to collect candy in a family friendly ride around ballpark.

After the train ride kids can explore the giant Halloween maze and play in this year’s new attractions out front of the stadium and get your picture taken with your favorite holiday characters.

LaughterHouse is held every Sunday from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. during the month of October. With an additional open time on Wed Oct 30th from 5pm-9pm.

SlaughterHouse runs every Thursday thru Saturday from 7pm until 11pm for the entire month of October and is closed on Sundays. Slaughterhouse will also be open Thursday the 31st, Halloween from 7pm until 11pm and November 1st and 2nd from 7pm until 11pm.

SlaughterHouse on October 5th will open late at 9 p.m. due to the Soccer game.

Kerr says this year, a portion of the proceeds goes to help fund Washoe County’s Children in Transition Program.

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