Click below to listen to KMZU’s Ashley Johnson speak with Warrensburg Parks and Recreation Supervisor Alex Kent.

Alex Kent

Warrensburg Parks and Recreation is hosting a haunted hollow trail at Cave Hollow Park this Friday.  “At the entrance of the Haunted Trail we will gather people up into groups of 5-10 people,” said Kent, “Then we’ll send them down the trail.  5-10 minutes later we’ll send another group down.  It’s a pretty good trail, it’ll probably take 25-35 minutes to go through the whole trail depending on the pace and the size of your group.  There’s a lot of twists and turns and a lot of ups and downs along the trial that are going to be filled with some interesting creatures.”

Be prepared for a scare and a great memorable time.  “Through-out the cave, we’ve got a lot of fun things set up to be going on,” Kent said, “I don’t want to give to many of our secrets away and prepare people for it but, we will have volunteers stationed through-out the trail, dressed up in some funny and some scary outfits.  They’ll be doing their best to give our participants a night to remember.”

The Haunted Hollow Trail is at Cave Hollow Park  and is directed towards teens and adults, it is not recommended for children under the age of 12.  Admission for this scary and freaky fun walk is only $7.  The trail opens at 7:00 p.m. and apple cider and snacks will be served while you wait for your turn.  For more information you can call the Warrensburg Community Center at 660-747-7178.