Spooktacular Halloween Events

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Halloween is my favourite time of year. I love seeing my neighbourhood filled with kids, the controlled fear of watching scary movies all weekend, and of course, mini Snickers bars. So wrapping up this list of spook-tacular Halloween events in Halton was my pleasure.

All of these events can be found on our Events Calendar, but because we’re all about ease, here’s our perpetually updated Guide to Spooky Fun in your neighbourhood. Have an event to add? Leave a comment and we’ll get it on our list for our readers to check out.

 

Friday, October 13

Trek or Treat Night Trail Run: Don your Halloween costume to tackle the 5K walk/run and then enjoy the Creepy Mile with the whole family.

 

Saturday, October 14

Mountsberg’s Spooktacular Halloween: Enjoy owls, vultures and snakes, wagon rides, pumpkin carving, and a Haunted Barn.

MakeBreak at Michael’s Craft Stores: Decorate T-shirts with Halloween puns! Buy a T-shirt, and the supplies to decorate it will be provided.

Camper Halloween at Bronte Creek: Trick or Treat around the campground! Ghosts and goblins will go from site to site instead of door to door. Get in the spirit and decorate your campsite.

Sunday, October 15

Harvest Festival at Springridge is sure to enchant the whole family with wagon rides to the 5-acre corn maze, the Boo Barn, and spider web climber!

Mountsberg’s Spooktacular Halloween: Enjoy owls, vultures and snakes, wagon rides, pumpkin carving, and a Haunted Barn.

 

 

Thursday, October 19

The Great Pumpkin Trail @ RBG: Visit the Royal Botanical Gardens for an evening on the all new Pumpkin Trail.

 

Friday, October 20

The Great Pumpkin Trail @ RBG: Visit the Royal Botanical Gardens for an evening on the all new Pumpkin Trail.

 

Saturday, October 21

Harvest Festival at Springridge is sure to enchant the whole family with wagon rides to the 5-acre corn maze, the Boo Barn, and spider web climber!

Mountsberg’s Spooktacular Halloween: Enjoy owls, vultures and snakes, wagon rides, pumpkin carving, and a Haunted Barn.

Michael’s craft stores invite Vampirina fans to come in and make a friendship bracelet craft

Autumn Harvest in downtown Oakville celebrates the season with hayrides, fall decorations and activities throughout the downtown.

Halloween Howl at Fifty Point Conservation area is an afternoon of Halloween family fun! Wear costumes and enjoy bouncy castles, creepy creatures, trick or treat bag decorating, bonfire, hot chocolate, and marshmallow roast and more!

Camper Halloween at Bronte Creek: Trick or Treat around the campground! Ghosts and goblins will go from site to site instead of door to door. Get in the spirit and decorate your campsite.

Halloween Spooktacular at Halton County Radial Railway lets you walk through the haunted car barn and travel in the old, creaky streetcars along the mainline and enjoy some hot apple cider & scary snacks. If you’re a Halloween fan this is definitely a spooky experience not to be missed!

 

Sunday, October 22

Harvest Festival at Springridge is sure to enchant the whole family with wagon rides to the 5-acre corn maze, the Boo Barn, and spider web climber!

Mountsberg’s Spooktacular Halloween: Enjoy owls, vultures and snakes, wagon rides, pumpkin carving, and a Haunted Barn.

 

 

Thursday, October 26

Toddler Days at Ireland House are ready to celebrate Halloween. We’ll be making Frankenworms, racing spiders, and feeding a friendly monster!

 

Saturday, October 28

Active Parents is hosting the biggest after party to Treats in our Streets! Join us at Wendel Clark’s on Brant Street for spooktacular family fun and fangtastic crafts, movies and more!

 

Enjoy entertainment and Halloween themed activities on board the decorated trains of York Durham Rail. Children 12 and under in costume ride for $1.

Get in the pool at Tansley Woods for Spooky Splash at 1:30 p.m. which includes a haunted house, swimming and games!

Treats-In-Our-Streets @ Downtown Burlington: Celebrate Halloween at the wildly popular and FREE trick-or-treating event through downtown Burlington!

Celebrate Halloween at Andrews Scenic Acres with wagon rides, BBQ and Corn Pot foods and much, much more!

Harvest Festival at Springridge is sure to enchant the whole family with wagon rides to the 5-acre corn maze, the Boo Barn, and spider web climber!

Mountsberg’s Spooktacular Halloween: Enjoy owls, vultures and snakes, wagon rides, pumpkin carving, and a Haunted Barn.

Get ready – the Milton Mall Haunted House is back and bigger than ever! This year’s haunt has moved to a new, expanded location in the mall, and features new frights to excite both the faint of heart and the fearless thrill seekers. There will also be Face Painting stations set-up for children who are not in costume but want to join in the fun. At 11 am, all kids are invited to join in a Mallowe’en parade.

Spooky Splash is back at Tansley Woods pool! Saturday, Oct. 28, 1:30 p.m. includes swimming, haunted house, games and much more!

 

Sunday, October 29

Burlington Mall has a fangtastic event planned! Come as your favorite character, join in the fun and bring your camera! Candy while supplies last and a food drive, too!

Harvest Festival at Springridge is sure to enchant the whole family with wagon rides to the 5-acre corn maze, the Boo Barn, and spider web climber!

Mountsberg’s Spooktacular Halloween: Enjoy owls, vultures and snakes, wagon rides, pumpkin carving, and a Haunted Barn.

 

 

Monday, October 30

Come out, come out, whoever you are… and join the little ghosts and goblins as they trick-or-treat around the shops of Mapleview Shopping Centre!

 

Tuesday, October 31

Happy Halloween! 

 

Wednesday, November 1

 

 

 

 

Know of an upcoming Halloween event? Leave it in the comments and we’ll add it to the list!

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