Fans of “Friday the 13th” have a rare chance to tour the original filming location on the perfect day: Friday, October 13.
The classic horror film was shot at Camp No-Be-Bo-Sco, an active Boy Scouts camp in Hardwick, NJ. The campground is closed to the general public, so fans can only get a glimpse of the film’s terrifying Camp Crystal Lake during special events.
Bloody Disgusting reports that Camp No-Be-Bo-Sco is holding its fourth public tour this fall. Tickets will be announced in the following two groups:
- The first block of tickets will be announced via e-mail to anyone who has made a minimum $50 purchase (not including shipping) at the camp’s online souvenir shop. Purchases must be made between January 1, 2017 and 7:00AM the day tickets go on sale.
- The remainder of tickets will be announced to the general mailing list, which you can join here. Tour announcements will only be sent to the mailing list and not posted anywhere else.
Tickets go on sale during the week of August 28 and become available immediately after the e-mail is sent. No tickets are available at the gate on the day of the tour.
So, for your best chance at scoring a ticket to this rare peek at horror film history, start doing some online shopping at Camp No-Be-Bo-Sco.