Halloween fun means different things to every family. Some love to be frightened and seek the scariest haunted houses while others prefer just the treats and no tricks, thank you. Some parks offer the best of both worlds – tame events during the day, ghoulish terrors at night.
Whatever your family prefers, you’re sure to find something that fits your style in this roundup of the best Halloween attractions in the country.
The Perryville Pumpkin Farm in Missouri may be smaller than most pumpkin patches, but it’s big on budget-friendly family fun. Budget TravelingMom also recommends the Haunted Hill in Waynesville, Missouri. But it’s literally a walk through the woods, so be prepared with good footwear for this trek to terror.
Elitch Gardens Denver is tame by day, but transforms into a terrifying ghost town at night. Expect cobwebs, graveyards and blood-filled ponds, warns Standby TravelingMom.
CedarPoint HalloWeekends features five haunted houses, six walk-through outdoor scare zones and creepy characters sure to get your heart racing. Solo TravelingMom considers herself brave but she was scared out of her pants at this park But no need to avoid the park if you prefer to steer clear of creepy things. Just be sure to read the HalloWeekends brochure, which lists “Family Friendly” and “Frightfully Scary” attractions, advised Christian TravelingMom.
Ghost stories don’t have to be frightening. In fact, Georgia’s family-friendly Dahlonega Walking Tours are both fun and educational, says Blended Family TravelingMom.
HalloweenTime at the Disneyland Resort is fun for all ages. But have you ever spent the day there with your grown son and his date? Here’s what Los Angeles TravelingMom has to say about it.
Planning on attend Mickey’s Halloween Party at the Disneyland Resort? Orange County TravelingMom shares these tips to help you make the most of this annual Halloween bash.
The Goebberts Pumpkin Patch in northwest suburban South Barrington, Illinois has hayrides, corn mazes and other non-scary Halloween attractions, just the way Suburban TravelingMom’s family likes it.
Sleepy Hollow, New York. Dig the history of Washington Irving’s The Legend of Sleepy Hollow and its author at these two neighboring sites for chilling thrills as well as G-rated fun, says Unplugged TravelingMom.
Orlando, Florida Halloween Events are sure to keep your family in the holiday spirit all month long. Check out Standby TravelingMom’s monstrous list of Halloween activities and events.
Family Fun Halloween running events are a great way to get more mileage out of your Halloween costume.Count on Marathon TravelingMom to conjure up the best family runs in the country.