Friday the 13th in the Rocky Woods
We're excited to present another terrifying outdoor Friday the 13th double feature of the original slasher classic and the 2009 remake on Friday, September 13th in the Rocky Woods.
This highly immersive film-going experience puts you at the Rocky Woods, in Medfield, MA, watching two of the most iconic camp slasher films in cinema history! You'll feel like Jason is lurking in the trees as you watch him wreak havoc on our giant screen, next to a pond eerily similar to the infamous Crystal Lake.
Coolidge After Midnite is proud to partner with the Trustees of Reservations for this unique event. Camp sites are available; register with the Trustees directly by emailing email@example.com (please, no phone calls).
Rocky Woods is one of over a hundred special places protected and managed by the Trustees. Come early to set up your camp site and enjoy miles of trails and views from the summit of Cedar Hill.
About the Films
Friday the 13th (1980): A new owner and several young counselors gather to reopen Camp Crystal Lake, where a young boy drowned and several vicious murders occurred years earlier. They’ve ignored the locals’ warnings that the place has a death curse… and one by one they find out how unlucky Friday the 13th can be as they are stalked by a violent killer.
Friday the 13th (2009): A group of young adults discover a boarded up Camp Crystal Lake, where they soon encounter Jason Voorhees and his deadly intentions.
About the Trustees
We are more than 100,000 people like you who love the outdoors, who love the distinctive charms of New England, and who believe in celebrating and protecting them, for everyone, forever. Together with our neighbors, we protect the distinct character of our communities and inspire a commitment to our special places. Our passion is to share with everyone the irreplaceable natural and cultural treasures we care for. We enjoy and care for more than 100 special places – nearly 25,000 acres – all around Massachusetts. And we are actively building an extended family of friends and neighbors across the state that can help in their different ways.
About Rocky Woods
With 6.5 miles of trails winding through varied terrain, Rocky Woods is a year-round destination for outdoors lovers of all abilities. The 0.75-mile loop around Chickering Pond, the largest of the reservation’s five man-made ponds, is a family favorite.
From I-95/Rt. 128 (Exit 16B): Rt. 109 West for 5.7 mi. Turn right onto Hartford St. and follow for 0.6 mi. to entrance and parking (100 cars) on left.
From Intersection of Rts. 27 and 109 (Medfield): Take Rt. 109 East and bear left onto Hartford St. Continue as above.
$5 parking fee (not included in ticket price).