Campground Nightmare

940 Gold Hill RD

Fort Mill, SC 29708

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Phone: (866) 752-7437

City: Fort Mill

Region: Midlands

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Campground Nightmare

Prepare to be scared to death! Since 1994, The Campground Massacre has been the favorite haunt in the Charlotte area. All the thrills and terror you loved about The Campground Massacre has been re-branded to be more inclusive of all the horror our victims have come to expect.

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