Fright Fest has been an annual Six Flags Halloween tradition for several years, running for seven consecutive weekends from mid-September through the end of October. There are more than 20 different attractions still open, and while the programming is kid-friendly during the daylight hours, it’s much scarier at night.
By day, kids can come dressed in costume, enjoy the Trick-or-Treat Trail and several rides that adopt new names for the season. For example, the Tea Cups become Terror Twist, and the bumper cars become Rage in the Cage. After 4 p.m., an army of zombies is released into the park. You’ll encounter them in every section, in places with names like Undead Alley, Midnight Mansion, Demon District, and Wicked Woods.