The Scream Zone now haunting at Del Mar Fairgrounds

The Scream Zone, one of San Diego’s largest and scariest haunted attractions, is open at the Del Mar Fairgrounds on the follow dates: Oct. 4-6, Oct. 10-13, Oct. 17-20, Oct. 23- Nov. 2. The Scream Zone features a huge House of Horror with rooms filled with terrifying scenes and scares lurking at every turn, a one-of-a-kind Haunted Hayride through the haunted barns on the world-famous Del Mar Race Track and The Chamber with the largest spinning tunnel in San Diego. New this year: Zombie Paintball Safari (featured on the Haunted Hayride).

Parking is in the west lot. Enter though the main parking lot off Jimmy Durante Boulevard and follow the signs down the avenue. For more information, visit www.delmarfairgrounds.com or www.thescreamzone.com.

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