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Scary
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Commercial / For Profit
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Haunted Houses, Zombie Hunts & Shootouts, Spook Walks / Haunted Trails
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Snacks & Refreshments, Outdoor Event(s), Touching Not Allowed, Parking Fees May Apply
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In a sleepy little town just south of Carrollton, Georgia there lies a trail in the woods that few have dared to walk....... Most Run For Their Lives! Camp Blood has been scaring the "Yell" outta folks for over 26 years with it's version of redneck humor and horror and with 3 haunted attractions, you won't want to miss the fun including: the legendary Camp Blood Trail, Nightmare Inn, and Zombie Paintball Shoot! So head on out and have a rootin tootin redneck great time at Camp Blood this season! Email Haunt Owner
Paintball is played at the haunt year round when the haunted attraction is not in operation.
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Hours of Operation: Camp Blood is open till 11pm weekdays and midnight on Fridays & Saturdays! The Frights begin at 9pm!

Admission Costs: The legendary Camp Blood Trail and Nightmare Inn is $20 for an admission ticket that covers both haunts that flow seemingly together as one. To make it a combo ticket and add the Zombie Paintball Shoot is an extra $10. The Zombie Paintball Shoot is NOT sold as a solo attraction.

Payments Accepted: Cash

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Event last updated 46 days ago. Please confirm dates on haunt website before you go.
 
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From Atlanta: Take I-20 West toward Alabama. Take I-20 to Exit 24 and turn left toward Carrollton. Go approximately 13 miles to Carrollton and just past Ryan’s Steak House turn left at the light onto Hwy 166. Go thru three lights and take the next exit called Carrollton-Lagrange, Hwy 27 and turn left. Follow Hwy 27 South for 3.5 miles and just past the John Deere Tractor Co. take the next paved road to left. (Lowell Road) Go 1.6 miles to the second paved road and turn left. (Whooping Creek Road) Parking is 8/10th of a mile on right. Park and follow the dark road down to Camp Blood on the left. From Lagrange: Take Hwy. 27 North toward Carrollton. Just before the John Deere Tractor Company, turn right on Lowell Road. Go 1.6 miles to the second paved road and turn left. (Whooping Creek Road) Parking is 8/10th of a mile on right. From Newnan: Take Hwy. 16 north toward Carrollton. Turn left in Whitesburg on Hwy. 5 West toward Roopville. Go to the 4 way stop in Lowell and turn right. Follow signs to the second paved road on the right. this is Whooping Creek Road. Go to the forks and go right. The Camp Blood parking area is approx. 1/2 mile on the right. Park and follow the dark road down to Camp Blood on the left. From Alabama: Take I-20 East toward Atlanta. Take Exit 11 (Bremen, Georgia - Hwy. 27) Turn right and go south on Hwy. 27 approx. 10 miles to Carrollton. Continue to follow Hwy. 27 South thru Carrollton past Wal-Mart for appx. 3.5 miles. Once you pass the John Deere Tractor Company take the next paved road to the left. (Lowell Road) Go 1.6 miles and turn left at the Camp Blood sign (Whooping Creek Road). Continue to the fork and keep right. Parking will be on the right approximately 1/2 mile from fork. Park and follow the dark road down to Camp Blood.

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  • Fun and great customer service

    We took a group for a birthday party (3 adults and 18 teenagers) and had a blast. The teens and one adult were at least scared, with a few absolutely terrified. The other two adults, we were hoarse from laughing at the the teens. They split us into three groups of 7. When we came out, we found out one of the girls in the first group freaked out in the first area and had to get out. 2 of the other kids went out with her to calm her down. I spoke with an employee, and he let those 2 go back in with another group, so we got our moneys worth. Great visit, will definitely go back.

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  • Email Verified Amy frame top zombie intertaner

    As an intertaner/actor for almost 10years campbloop has been the most fun placese I've been too every year is different an always leaves u well terrified it truly is a fun place to visit an to get a lot of screams.

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  • Email Verified Always a great show!

    I used to live right down the road from you guys, but that was a long time ago. It was a great show even back then, but looks like it has even gotten better. But I wonder if the owner remembers the days that he and I spent together at Cook's Pest Control school?

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  • Email Verified Fun!

    Camp Blood is always on our Halloween agenda. We haven't missed one in I don't know how long. I'll be honest, we always go to Netherworld for the cool animation and the expensive layouts and we always go to Camp Blood to have fun. Netherworld is a line, at Camp Blood, you get chased. Completely different experiences. Adding the paintball shoot was nice too!

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  • Camp Blood? You mean Camp Awesome!

    I wasn't really sure what to expect. I've heard about this place forever but have never visited. The first spooky thing about this place is before you even get there. We had to park in a cow field and walk down a dark road to this compound looking place with lights on the outside surrounded by a wooden fence. We bought our tickets from a very beautiful and friendly lady (we later found out she was one of the owners) and went inside. We got a letter that kept us together as a group so we could go into the haunt together. The ambiance of this place is off the chain! They have a campfire that you can sit around and listen to and sing songs with "pawpaw", a fortune teller that is about as "redneck" as they come. They have a "redneck theatre" that was playing "Wrong Turn 2" which was very appropriate for the setting. They even have trees in their movie theatre! There is also a good sized concession stand and gift shop. They also have carnival games to play but it wasn't open that night. I guess it was too early in the season because it wasn't very busy that night. When our letter was called we went down, heard the rules of the haunt which was told to us by a crazy redneck guy who you could tell was having a really good time doing what he does. He was cracking us up by the way he "eggsplained" them to us. We then headed down a long path to the actual haunt. When we got to the ticket lady she welcomed us to her domain and sent us in through a "coffin" into a long hallway which led to the actual haunted house. It was crazy in there! I don't know where they find these people but they were nuts!! I'm not going to go into any more detail but we did the entire thing. Mentalbrook Estates, The Camp Blood Trail and the zombie shoot and it was well worth the $30 we spent on the tickets. These people really know how to make you feel welcome (they have had 26 years to perfect it) and you can tell they are glad to see you there. They have a great combination of humor and horror and I've never known or seen another haunted house that did that. They get you off guard with the humor and then slam you with a scare. All in all I would have to say that they should change their name from Camp Blood to CAMP AWESOME! A+++++++++

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    Posted September 2016

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  • Redneck - Scary as hello!

    What an awesome time! It's like going to camp in the middle of the wilderness and then running into some crazy demented hillbilly neighbors. A hoot an a holler and some great fun.

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  • Most fun haunt in Georgia

    I think the updated site says this is the 25th year! We've been probably 20 of those. Always my favorite haunted trail we visit.

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    Posted August 2015

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  • Totally Awesome!

    The actual haunt itself only lasted about 20 to 30 minutes and the zombie shoot only about 5 to 10 minutes but the ambiance of it's location and the characters they have, literally everywhere, makes this haunt one of my absolute favorites EVER! Camp Blood is located in the woods and they have been around a loooooong time. You can tell they know what they are doing when it comes to scaring people. Some people are harder to scare than others but they seem to have something for everybody. I especially like how they combine humor into their show because it catches you off guard when it's time for the scare. I give Camp Blood 5 out of 5 pumpkins!

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    Posted June 2015

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