Terror on the Bayou Halloween Festival will have something for everyone...Carnival games with prizes for all ages; glow sticks and other Halloween products; and concessions.
Plus free activities for the entire family when you purchase any event ticket: mini-maze and mini-haunted house for children under 48 inches; movies and children’s games.
Other Events We Offer
September 2 & 3, 2011
Labor Day Celebration at Historic Jefferson Railway
Friday & Saturday, Free Fireside Ghost Stories at 8:00, followed by Ghost Train at 9:00
Saturday Narrated Day Tours: 2:30 and 4:30
Celebrate Labor Day at The Historic Jefferson Railway and enjoy a picnic of hot dogs and chips and a free prize from our Treasure Chest. Come see the Support Our Troops display that honors the United States Military. Active Military personnel ride free.
November 11-12, 2011
Trammel’s Trace Rendezvous
Pre-1840’s living history camp, demonstrations, tomahawk & knife throwing, period crafters & artisans, buckskinners and Texas History Re-enactors. The Rendezvous will feature a Day of Learning on Friday for educational groups. Friday and Saturday are open to the public. Experience the life during the pre-1840’s. Mountain Men, Trappers and Indians get together on the bank of the Big Cypress Bayou to swap goods, tell stories and celebrate survival of another season. Steam Train Rides, too.
November, December 2011
November 24-26, December 1-4, 8-11, 15-18, 22-24
Thanksgiving through Christmas Eve
Rail of Lights Christmas Train
Make this a Christmas to remember aboard the Rail of Lights Christmas Train in Jefferson, Texas. The unforgettable ride aboard an old-fashioned steam train departs each Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Thanksgiving through December 24. Passengers will enjoy lighted scenes along the Cypress Bayou River as they hear about the “Christmas Traditions Around the Globe”. Join our vocalist in songs familiar to young and old.
December 30 & 31, 2011
Rail of Lights New Year’s Train
Blast into the New Year aboard the Rail of Lights New Year’s Train in Jefferson, Texas. Passengers will enjoy lighted scenes along the Cypress Bayou River as they hear the tale of New Year's traditions, customs and superstitions. Each of the trains will feature beverages, noisemakers and a simulation of the New Year’s Eve Ball dropping in Times Square followed by a fantastic fireworks show.
The Runaway Fright Train will feature Creatures of the Night. As you ride through the dark woods, you’ll feel the breath of the spirits encircling you. The scenes and haunters along the track will keep you at the edge of your seat and give you a laugh now and then, too. G and PG-13 runs are oriented to specific age groups.
Creepy Screamin’ Corn Maze
For the ultimate Halloween experience, walk through the stalks of the Creepy Screamin’ Corn Maze. More than a dozen haunters in the maze will give you the willies. The Maze is more than an acre and includes a walk through the Piney Woods, through the Haunted Cemetery and culminates with the infamous 100-foot underground Tunnel of Doom. Don’t come alone - you will be spooked by more than Halloween ghosts!
CarnEvil of the Damned Haunted House
New this year, our 1800 sq. ft. CarnEvil of the Damned Haunted House, out in the middle of the Piney Woods. Just the 2 minute walk to the house will get your heart pumping. Something sinister is hiding there. You know something is going to jump out and scare you – you just don't know where or when. In this Circus of Haunts, you will not be safe from fear. So go ahead and scream – it won’t matter!