The Haunting Has Begun! Are you coming?
2021 Tickets on sale soon!
This year you will get to experience teasers for the 2021 season including; the Ghostly Garden, Krampus Encounter and Photo Opps.
The Aspen Crossing Correctional Facility Moving Haunt Experience (train) is the18+ item. This is a moving train experience. You will be making your way through 3 haunted rail cars while the train is moving. There is space and time to catch your breath on either end. With a final indoor haunt upon arrival back at the station. Check out the moving Haunt link above for more information.
We recommend arriving at least 45 minutes ahead of time to ensure you have time to do the warm up maze (Ghostly Garden), get your Train waiver signed, answer health questions and have your temperature scanned. Please allow for driving time, see map below.
Join us for a hauntingly good time. Enjoy the spooky grounds, the moving train haunt, photo opps, and more.
Dining facilities are available on site. The Bergquist House Tavern and Diefenbacker Dining Car are available for sit down meals. We do recommend reservations (403) 534-2129. Or try the Aspen Crossing Food Truck for a quick bite.
This year, included with your Train of Terror ticket, is a preview to next year’s addition; the Haunted Adventure! This family friendly experience will make your visit next October even more exciting.
GHOSTLY GARDEN – Included in Train of Terror ticket
This maze will get you in the mood for the Aspen Crossing Correctional Facility Moving Haunt. It is also a preview to our 2021 addition; Haunted Adventure.
Take a trip through our fabulous CP Rail Garden that has been taken over by the Halloween ghouls.
Find vampires, ghosts, fairy tales and more inside the spooky maze. Weave your way through the twisted path and find scares and giggles along the way.
You may go through the Ghostly Garden as many times as you wish prior to train boarding time.
Krampus has come to visit early, and whoever he is visiting sure must have been bad.
Check out the living room scene for an amazing photo opp and see what Krampus has in store for you.
Krampus is European folklore about a half goat, half demon who punishes children who misbehave at Christmas time.
Krampus Encounter is included in your Train of Terror ticket purchase.
Photo Opp Alley
Find great places for photos and exciting haunted scenes. The perfect memory for your evening and a taste of what is to come in 2021.
Aspen Crossing Correctional Facility
TRAIN OF TERROR – Moving Haunted Experience (18+) – October 2020
A crime has been committed and all persons on the grounds at Aspen Crossing are suspects. Were you involved? Make your way through the Crime Scene. You will have to go before the judge to determine whether or not you will be charged. If charged you will be sent to Aspen Crossing Correctional Facility. Will you make it through transport to the prison? Be careful, the ride will be full of convicted prisoners on their way to the facility too. If they get loose, the results would be catastrophic.
Hopefully you will arrive at the facility safely. If you do, stay away from the Warden’s house! He is deeply disturbed and it is said that anyone who goes in doesn’t come out. Entrance is not advised, even if invited in.
Upon arrival, check in at The Station. You will then make your way through Phase 1, the crime scene. Gather some liquid courage and try to solve clues with your fellow haunt enthusiasts. Then board the train to plead your case to the judge and see if you will be taken into holding. Thus begins Phase 2, you will have to journey through the railway cars. Stay out of the way of the other prisoners, they are fairly unstable. If you make it to Phase 3, you will arrive at the Aspen Crossing Correctional Facility. In this haunt, you’ll discover the prison grounds and Wardens house. Beware his house is full of disturbing things. Can you make it through?
Entire experience is approximately 2 hours. Train of Terror includes 2 haunts, a 1.5 hour train ride, spaces for visiting with friends, as well as food and drinks for purchase.