About Camp Hatchet
In 1991, thirteen camp counselors set up their tents and settled in to ready the newly-opened Camp Hummingbird for a youth camping weekend set to begin the the next day… 12 of them were never heard from or seen again. The children, escorted by their parents, entered the grounds the next morning to find a bloodied counselor screaming tales of a deformed clan of attackers, bloodthirsty children, torture, cannibalism and murder. She eventually fell into a catatonic state before being able to speak to authorities and provide any concrete details of the events that took place that night. Aside from the sole survivor and a single trail of blood leading to a hatchet stuck in a tree, no traces of foul play or the missing campers were found.
The campground was never officially declared a crime scene, but was immediately closed to the public has remained that way since. Authorities never discovered what happened that night, but folks that live near the secluded campground can tell you exactly who was behind the mysterious disappearances – The Hatchet Family. According to local legend, they’ve lived in the woods for years, murdering anyone that crosses their path and feeding the blood to their children. In fact, everyone in the area has called it “Camp Hatchet” ever since that fateful September night nearly 24 years ago.
We recently purchased the campground and want to know if you have what it takes to survive a night in the dark with the Hatchet Family. On the 24th anniversary of the disappearances, Camp Hatchet will reopen for a special, one-night-only horror-themed camping experience. Reserve your spot below… if you dare!