We are proud to introduce and invite you to experience our family friendly adventure quest,
Dr. Arthur Livingston needs your help!
Evidence of a lost civilization have been discovered on the property.
Preliminary findings reference the Mayan entrance to Xibalba!
In Mayan mythology, Xibalba translates to mean “Place of Fear”.
Xibalba was rife with trials, puzzles and traps to test all those brave enough (or foolish) to dare enter…
We need brave adventurers of all ages to help us!
1) Use navigation skills to locate the ancient map
2) Search the property and solve riddles to find 8 Mayan hieroglyphics
3) Use those hieroglyphics to unlock the entrance to Xibalba after dark
4) Bravely enter and solve the puzzles to survive the maze and booby traps…if you dare!
Do you accept the challenge?
Will you walk away with a trick…or a treat?
WHAT TO EXPECT:
Outdoor exploration on foot or golf cart. Explore at your own pace.
Time required varies greatly between teams and by mode of exploration (walking, bicycle or golf cart)
Most teams may stop for ice cream, lunch or to relax by the lake.
If pushing straight through on foot, a good estimate may be an hour.
It is not required to find all hieroglyphics to gain entrance into the temple.
The indoor temple adventure requires balance and crouching.
Expect exposure to smoke effects, lasers, strobe lights, darkness.
The indoor temple adventure averages about 20 minutes.
(this is dependent on maze navigation and puzzle solving)
You may skip the outdoor quest and only participate in the temple adventure if desired.
WHAT TO BRING:
Clothing/footwear appropriate for outdoor exploration
$3 per person for campers
$6 per person for visitors
Tickets are not available online – purchase tickets in person at Welcome Center
Oct 2,3 Registration 11am -7:30 / Temple access after 8pm (no park admittance after 7:30pm)
Oct 9,10 Registration 11am -7:30 / Temple access after 8pm (no park admittance after 7:30pm)
Oct 16,17 Registration 11am -7:30 / Temple access after 8pm (no park admittance after 7:30pm)
Oct 23,24 Registration 11am -7:30 / Temple access after 8pm (no park admittance after 7:30pm)