York County Halloween Park Reopens After Flooding

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Written By: Katie Kyros

A popular York County Haunted House reopened this weekend, after recent flooding forced it to close at the height of its season.

Halloween Park in Conewago Township saw eight feet of water throughout the building.

 “Could break us possibly the whole weekend loss,” says owner Stacey Eckenrod. “Just depends how we rebound the next two weekends.”

This is the 17th year for the attraction and fans hope it’s not the last.

“The way they’ve decorated each room, the time, the thought, the money I’m sure they’ve put into this place, you can really tell when you go through each room,” says visitor Carrie McCarty. “It’s quality.”

Halloween Park will be open Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Halloween, through November 2nd.

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