Imagine, if you will, all of this malice manifesting itself in a legion of foul, undead lake creatures with an insatiable desire for human fear. They are closer and more real than you can imagine.
During the day, Sims Lake Park is an idyllic retreat where people come for a jog around the seven-acre lake. Children play and families enjoy scenic picnic spots. Everything is beautiful. Peaceful.
But at night, scary teenage zombies charge six captive souls with telling tales of terror. They lead brave listeners through Sims Lake and they delight in your terror.
It is the season of horror and if you dare to hear these tales a living nightmare awaits you. Not in some cozy haunted house, but in the dark, in the woods, around a lake.
Brace yourself as Aurora Theatre brings another haunted attraction to life, Terror on the Trail at Sims Lake Park in Suwanee.
Friday and Saturday, the last three weekends in October (October 11, 12, 18, 19, 25 & 26)
The first tour will begin at 7:30 p.m. each evening with the last tour starting at 9:30. Tours last approximately 75 minutes
- Terror on the Trail takes place on a 1.1 mile loop around Sims Lake.
- The tour is approximately 75 minutes long.
- Guests are encouraged to wear appropriate footwear and dress for the weather.
- The trail is wheelchair accessible (but please, no strollers.)
- We ask that guests refrain from using cell phones and handheld electronic devices.
- Natural darkness is a part of the experience. Specific times will be allotted for guests to take photographs.
No flashlights please. The zombies don't like light.
- Smoking is not permitted on the tour.
- Alcoholic beverages are not allowed on the tour.
- People who engage in disruptive behavior will be removed from the tour.
- Tour is not recommended for audiences under the age of 10.
- Every guest must have a ticket.
- Thanks to the City of Suwanee for partnering with Aurora Theatre to bring this unique haunted attraction to the region.
- Aurora Theatre is a 501(c)3 non-profit professional arts organization serving Northeast Georgia.