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YETI: Campground Kills Announced for Halloween Horror Nights 2023

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Beware of those who lurk in the woods. YETI: Campground Kills has been announced for Halloween Horror Nights 32, where your campground is infested with these abominable monsters. The only way to escape is by reaching the ranger tower, but these creatures are chasing you in your wake. 

YETI: Campground Kills at Halloween Horror Nights 2023
YETI: Campground Kills at Halloween Horror Nights 2023

The Yeti character has made a handful of appearances throughout Halloween Horror Nights history. The Swamp Yeti initially appeared in the 2018 house Slaughter Sinema, taking place at a drive-in movie theater come to life. He made his return to last year’s Hellblock Horror, a prison housing the most menacing monsters – until they made their escape. 

The Swamp Yeti inspired a snowy partner that was the central character of Yeti: Terror of the Yukon. Guests were transported to a remote Canadian camp, which happened to be the Yeti’s territory. 

Come face-to-face with this foe during Halloween Horror Nights from September 1 through November 4. Discounted admission is available through Orlando Informer here


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Kelsey hails from the land of chocolate, ketchup, and Mister Rogers – known to most as Pennsylvania. Her family’s annual visits to the sunshine state instilled a love of storytelling and theme parks at an early age. In 2015, she packed her bags for the Disney College Program but decided to make this move permanent and call Orlando home. When she is not roaming Orlando’s world-class Theme Parks with her husband, she can be found lost in a book, planning her next vacation, or petting dogs.