2015 Local Halloween Destinations For The Whole Family
Lots of fun to be had with the Halloween events around the Twin Ports, so I have put down the top 5 Halloween destinations to take the little ones in your life to.This list is in no order as in what is the best one. Simply fun things to do with family.
This is an old-fashioned carnival with Halloween twists, features a corn maze where children will find “friendly” costumed characters at a dozen different candy stations. You also have access to the mini maze, corn pit, pumpkin bowling and a shot on the corn cannon.
What Are You Afraid Of? That's the theme for this year's William A. Irvin Haunted Ship. This may be a bit on the scary side for very young, but you're the parent, so you decide how much you want to scare them.
The Haunted Shack started several years ago and has grown to the spectator it is now. While the shack is open multiple nights , they have a young kids time on the 31st. ‘The Tunnel of Terror’ and ‘Hellevator’ are back by popular demand.
Time to lace up the skates for Halloween late night skate. This party is for all ages on Halloween night (Saturday, Oct 31st) from 8:30 pm to 12:30 am. Prizes for best costumes, drawings, and a mummy wrap are some of the things to look forward to.
This event is over the this year, but I want to have it on here to remind everyone to put this on your schedule! You and the kids get the zoo animal and tons of different businesses handing out candy and of course your favorite radio DJ's.