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- This location is labelled as CAM 03. See CAMs (disambiguation) for other CAM 03 location pages.
Party Room 3's floor is made up of shiny, black and white checkered tiles, and the walls are mottled gray, with a colorful confetti pattern at the top. There is a stripe with a green and blue checkered pattern with a black border that appears more than halfway down the wall, near the floor. As with the other Party Rooms, the floor is also splattered with some strange, dark substance, which appears to be smeared on the walls in various places.
The room contains two tables covered by white tablecloths with multi-colored confetti patterns. Shiny, multi-colored, striped party hats are lined up in two neat rows on each table. Bunches of colorful balloons are also attached to the tables. A sparkly purple poster featuring Toy Freddy, Toy Bonnie, and Toy Chica can be seen on the back wall. It reads "CELEBRATE!" in a yellow text with a purple border.
Thick, shiny, black wires hang from the ceiling in front of the camera.
- Party Room 3 reappears in Five Nights at Freddy's: Help Wanted, where it was featured in the FNAF 2 level mode.
- This is the only area, aside from the Show Stage, where Toy Bonnie can be seen holding his guitar.
- He does not carry it in the mobile version.
- This is one of the three least visited areas of the game, the others being Kid's Cove and the Prize Corner.
- The poster seen in this room is the same poster seen in many of the rooms, including the Office. Upon completing Night 5 and the Custom Night, this image is shown in the background when receiving the week's paycheck and when getting fired, respectively.
- Withered Freddy staring directly into the camera from close up may be a throwback to the original game, in which his original incarnation stares at the camera in the East Hall Corner.
- The position of the Flashlight appears to change when Withered Freddy enters the room.
- This is probably to illuminate his face, as the standard position of the Flashlight does not cover the area he occupies.