Fright At The Fort returns in October. This year's theme will bring back nightmare material from the past 20 years of Fright at Fort Knox.

The annual Fright At The Fort at Fort Knox in Prospect returns with a look back at past scares. The 20th anniversary of the Halloween attraction will feature rooms and passageways spooked-up as past Fright themes. Yup, they're bringing back the clowns, zombies, chain saws, aliens, nuclear radiated monsters, and more.

Fright At The Fort 2019 Dates:

  • Oct. 12
  • Oct. 18, 19
  • Oct. 25, 26

Fright At The Fort is The Friends of Fort Knox's biggest fundraiser. All of the money raised from Fright goes to preserving the historic site. Much of the effort in transforming the fort into a house of horrors is shouldered by volunteers from surrounding schools, businesses and towns. If you'd like to volunteer as a spook, set builder, or horror makeup artist, contact Dean or Michael at info@fortknoxmaine.com, or 207-469-6553.

Roughly 10,000 visitors visit the spooky attraction annually. Last year's Stephan King theme brought in a record setting 15,050 visitors over the five Fright nights.