If you are looking for a scary, thrill-seeking Halloween adventure, check out the haunted house – Nightmares on Elk Street, located at the Elk’s Lodge in Vancouver.
Open every weekend in October, and even scarier this year, the haunt has scenes that include depictions of blood and gore that may be too much for some customers. Remember, everyone’s level of scary is different. Some people are afraid of clowns and some fear snakes. Some people jump and scream when surprised by people appearing unexpected, others fall to the floor unable to move. Nightmares on Elk street strives to appeal to various fright levels.
While it is a family-friendly event, it’s recommended that guests be 12 and older, and parental discretion is advised. It is a PG-13 type of experience with visual and auditory frights.
The entry fee is $15, and all the money goes to charity and supports youth activities.
The event runs Fridays and Saturdays, from 7-11:00 PM, and Sundays 6-9:00 PM.
Nightmares on Elk Street is sponsored by the Vancouver Elks Lodge 823 a 501 (c) (8) non-profit organization proudly serving the community. All proceeds benefit the Vancouver Elks Lodge and its charities. Per the Elks, their staff and crew are community and lodge member volunteers who undergo background checks and training to ensure you have a safe and enjoyable experience in the haunt.
For more information about the Vancouver Elks Lodge 823, please visit http://elks823.org/
House location: 11605 SE McGillivray Blvd, Vancouver, WA 98683