By Danielle Chavira

PARKER, Colo. (CBS4) – Fright Acres in Parker which was set on fire on Oct. 26 will stay open for the Halloween weekend. Owners say they will be resilient.

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Because of the fire, they are offering discounts. General admission for the weekend will be $20 compared to the previous $30. There are areas which were salvaged so people can walk through.

(credit: South Metro Fire)

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Investigators are looking for two people who were seen at the scene of what’s being called a suspicious fire in Parker.

It took more than 6 hours for crews to put the fire out. Hay bales and high winds fueled the fire, making the job more difficult. No one was hurt.

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Danielle Chavira