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You Can Go Camping At This Terrifying 18+ Horror Campground In Ontario

If you’re a lover of horror and gore, you’re going to want to check out this incredible horror-themed campsite in Kitchener, Ontario.

13 Hours in Hell is a fully-immersive overnight experience that allows brave campers to stay overnight in a secluded forest. The entire site is transformed into an ultimate horror campground, full of bloody zombies and nightmarish creatures.

via @bingemans

Those looking to get a full night’s sleep will definitely not find it here. Campers will be subjected to various challenges, all of which are necessary to complete in order to survive the night. You can expect a lot of running, hiking and hiding throughout the forest.

Rewards will be given for bravery and completion of tasks, as well as punishment for failures in the form of isolation and taunting. At any time, campers can yell “I want my mommy” to be directed by staff and attendants to a safe zone where they can take a break from the madness.

The event is held every summer, with the next one occurring on June 9, 2018. Interested individuals should book as early as possible, as tickets sell out quick. You can book tickets for 13 Hours in Hell online for either $99 a person before May 1, 2018 or $119 after.

Group tents, which hold up to 25 people, or two-person tents can also be rented for an additional $20 and $30, respectively.

Admission to the campground includes the following:

  • Access to the grounds
  • A 13 HOURS IN HELL T-shirt
  • Bringing your own tent, or selecting one of the options we have for you
  • Evening dinner (special meal needs available)
  • Non-alcoholic beverages throughout the event
  • Breakfast the next morning
  • Involvement in the various challenges that will occur throughout the evening (If something is too eerie for you, you can certainly sit it out in a safe zone)


Those who cannot wait until next summer for the event can also check out Bingemans’ incredible Screampark, which includes awesome attractions like a paintball zombie hunt, realistic haunted houses and phobia mazes. It will be open all October, during Halloween season.

For more information, visit the official event page on

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