Tickets are also available for purchase at the park


The Lusus Naturae SKULK Trail

Prepare yourself, dear reader, for now we enter the realm of the truly bizarre. I fully understand the sheer foolishness of attempting to convey this inexplicable madness, for those who dare to examine these words will surely label me a madman. Yet, I have delved too deep to turn back, trapped within the clutches of this unfathomable enigma.

What I have learned is a fragmented tale, passed down as whispers and shadows, pieced together through numerous documents, and translated through three languages. Yet, I have witnessed, I have experienced the horrors firsthand.

DO NOT STARE into the Eyes of the Creature but continue to move slowly away and not towards.

Mr. Creepies’ Demented Labyrinth

A sudden gust of wind smacked my face, blurring my vision. My hand instinctively reached out, snatching a paper plastered across my face by the force of the wind. It was a flyer for Mr. Cooger Creepies’ Clown Carnival and Big Tent Extravaganza. The peculiarity of the situation struck me both physically and mentally. The memory of John Lennon’s “Benefit of Mr. Kite” poster, transformed into a haunting song, flashed through my mind, the strange connection intrigued me. Folding the flyer, I tucked it away in my jacket pocket. As the day dragged on, my pockets disgorged their contents, revealing the Creepies flier once more. I placed it on my desk, but it soon vanished beneath a relentless tide of purposeful papers, lost to the world like a forgotten relic. Little did I know, that piece of paper would lead me down a path of troubles.


Swampy Jack is hosting this event for the second year. Swampy Jack’s will open 5 pm to 11 pm. The MR. Creepies event will open 7 pm to 10 pm. Other attractions that will be open at Swampy Jack’s include the Road Rally go-karts, The Ruins mini-golf, The Swamp Ape dark ride, The Screamin’ Swing, The Kraken Tower Swing, The Blue Hole Bumper Cars, spin coaster, and midway games. Swampy’s Cantina will be open offering meals, sweets, beverages, beers and wines.


A single ticket will gain entry into both attractions—The SKULK Trail and Mr. Creepies. The ticket must be presented at both entrances. Tickets can be purchased at Swampy Jack’s ticket booths during hours the park is open or online.

The SKULK Trail is rough, uneven, and is some places soft, so use caution when walking. High heel shoes will not be allowed on the trail.  Fully enclosed shoes are required for the trail. The floors within the Big Tent are unlevel and there are toe-stumps. Fully enclosed shoes are required.  The trail and the maze are single file in many locations.

These attractions are not recommended for any person with balance issues, vertigo, easily becomes dizzy or disoriented, or is uncomfortable in restricted and disorienting spaces.

Strobe lights and flashing lights will be in use.

Entering these attractions involve known and possible risks that may result in physical and emotional injury. Risks may include: slipping, falling, or collisions with fixed objects or other participants, which could possibly lead to bruises, twists, sprains, breaks, seizures, and possibly death.

These attractions are designed to be scary and disorienting. Some situations may not be appropriate for children under 12 years of age.  Parents must use their own discretion as to whether these attractions are appropriate for their children.

These attractions are not recommended for people with heart problems, with balance problems, are prone to seizures, are pregnant, or have any other afflictions made worse by fear, anxiety, low light levels, no light, bright lights, or flashing lights.

Do not enter this attraction if you suffer from asthma, heart conditions, balance issues, are prone to seizures, are pregnant, have physical ailments that affect mobility, have respiratory problems, suffer from claustrophobia, suffer any sort of mental disease, or any type of medical problem.

There are no exits from the SKULK Trail. There will be an opportunity at the end of the SKULK Trail to bypass and not enter Mr. Creepies Big Tent.

In order to provide to provide as intense experience as possible, we send groups of 8, or fewer, through at a time.

Cell phone use, cell phone flashlights, flashlights, and video recording are NOT permitted on the SKULK Trail, or in Mr. Creepies Big Tent. Guest who do not observe these requirements will be removed from the attractions.

By reading these warnings, you understand that such risks are to be expected when entering these haunted attractions, and that these risks cannot be eliminated without loss of the essential qualities of these attractions.

By purchasing a ticket to Mr. Creepies Demented Labyrinth it is clearly understood that you have been made aware of these risks and you agree to assume all the risks existing in this activity, and your participation is purely voluntary and you elect to participate in spite of the risks.

We reserve the right to eject or refuse admission to any person whose conduct is objectionable. No refund will be given.


Please follow the following rules.  Failure to do so may result in removal from Mr. Creepies Demented Labyrinth.

  • Fully enclosed shoes are required.  High heeled shoes are not allowed.
  • Do Not Run.
  • Don’t touch the actors.
  • Don’t touch other guests.
  • Remain on the trail.  Do not attempt any shortcuts on the trail or in the maze.
  • No Smoking.
  • No food, drink or disposables on the trail.
  • Firearms or weapons are not permitted on the premises.
  • No costumes or mask.
  • No lighters, flashlights, glowsticks, phone lights, or light of any type.
  • No video recording.
  • There are no refunds after you purchase your ticket.
  • We reserve the right to remove anyone displaying drunken behavior that may affect the safety or enjoyment of our guests and staff.

SKULK Trail Precautions

Once started there is no going back! There are no exits from The Trail, or the Cave System, if she puts you on that path. Stay on the trail at all times! Remain in the moment and cognizant of your entire perimeter! A few of the creatures prefer the frontal ambush, others a flanking attack. But the really dangerous ones are the stalkers, the creatures that will follow from behind and attack when you are not looking. Keep one eye always behind you and the other everywhere else. If you encounter a creature, whatever you do, DO NOT RUN! Running will likely separate you from the group and there is strength in numbers. Also running on this trail can quickly lead to a fall, or a head thump. Running, stumbling, falling, and screaming shows weakness. Showing weakness will lead immediately to an attack. The best defense is to move together steadily as a group. Even huddle if attacked. If a creature is approximate, and an attack appears imminent,

DO NOT STARE into the Eyes of the Creature but continue to move slowly away and not towards.

Mr. Creepies Big Tent Precautions

Keep your wits! The Big Tent is a claustrophobic labyrinth in its entirety. The floors slants radically. The canvas partitions are precariously divided. There are dead-ends and there are perplexing loops. You will become disoriented. The power is sporadic and intermittent and so the lighting is unreliable. It can become blindingly bright. It does go blindingly dark. Even so, somehow Mr Creepies keeps his eerie, nauseating, hypnotic, carny music blaring despite the power outages. He may play it loud of necessity—to deaden the screams. If separated from your group, or worse, cornered, it is better to scream for the help than to run blindly into the abyss. Or really, it’s better not to scream as this attracts and encourages the clowns—they do love to enhance the misery of others. If you are alone and a clown approaches—SCREAM! Keep your distance! Seriously, the clowns are irrational, they are demented, coo-coo, you’ll see, nothing can explain it except Mr Creepies busted them out of that insane asylum. You just never know…they’re twisted. Stay away from the freaks! You can’t stay away from the maniac clowns, but stay away from the freaks! But mostly, stay away from the clown-freak rejects, they’re not even part of the show, they are usually outside the tent, but they do sneak inside. So, enjoy the Big Tent experience, but don’t linger, and quickly…count heads once you’re out!


We will have our initial Scare Actors’ Meet and Greet on September 22nd at 6pm at Swampy Jack’s, located at 284 Powell Adams Drive in Panama City Beach. Please complete and submit the Scare Actor Application, accessed below, before attending the Meet and Greet.

Mr. Creepies Demented Labyrinth is an outdoor haunted attraction. Our Scream Team needs fright actors, work staff, and makeup/costume staff. For those interested in being a member of our Scream Team, please call Swampy Jack’s at 850/235-9973 or click below to apply online.

These are employed positions. Additionally, those actors and staff who meet the minimum attendance requirements will also receive a $100 Wongo card, a 2023 Mr Creepies t-shirt, and other swag.

Most of the roles are non-speaking or partially speaking characters, however, there are a few speaking characters that could benefit from those with some acting experience. Potential actors and staff must be 16 or older.