Frightfully fun: Woods of Terror a great time with friends and family

By Michael Basirico
Times-News correspondent 

   GREENSBORO — Only in certain parts of town, late at night, will vampires, ghouls and clowns appear from the woods to create a frightening and exciting adventure.
Throughout the Woods of Terror, many different challenges and barriers will be faced while finding your way through the woods, which creates a thrilling adventure like never seen before. While going through the 45-minute tour of the woods, multiple scenarios and challenges will be faced, such as walking through a blackout maze and a room of walls that start and stop, requiring you to find your way to the exit — all while blindfolded.
   There also is some lighter material for the faint of heart, such as a Fun House with warped mirrors, happy (and scary) clowns, and more. However, once entering the woods, you are required to complete the mission, regardless of intensity level — although there will be a chance to leave in case of an emergency or medical issue that may arise. The first two portions of the tour feature strobe lights, and aren’t recommended for those who suffer from epilepsy or seizures.
Woods of Terror is a fun time with friends and family, recommended for those who can handle intense situations, not suitable for children under 12.
The Woods of Terror is at 5601 N. Church St., Greensboro, and will be open from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. today, Friday and Saturday.

Michael Basirico is a junior at The Burlington School and a Teens & 20s writer. 

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