How about some Halloween fun in Point Pleasant? There's something for everyone at this Halloween event.

"Haunts in the Park" have some options for the little ones, too. Several Halloween events this year are doing this where they have a plan for the little ones because they could get scared.

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This is brilliant and I feel most towns should hold a Halloween event. Halloween has become so popular and haunted houses, haunted trails, etc. have almost become a family tradition now. I know with our family, as our kids got older, we go on a haunted hayride every year, together.

"Haunts in the Park" is being held at Community Park in Point Pleasant on Thursday, October 28th, 2022 with a *raindate, for Friday, October 29th, 2022.

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ori-artiste, Getty Stock, ThinkStock

What is "Haunts in the Park"?

"Haunts in the Park" is a haunted trail. From Point Boro Recreation who is putting this together - "Watch your backs as well as your front and sides because you never know which way the scares come from. See if you can squeeze past all the ghosties, ghoulies, and long-legged beasties without letting out a scream or two or three." Sounds like a lot of fun. Remember this version of the trail might not be appropriate for the very young.

For the young ones, there will be a "G" rated walk-through with Mom and Dad. This walk-through is from 5 pm - 6 pm.

The haunted trail comes alive at 6 pm.

For the non-scary trail for families, it's $2 per person.

For the scary trail, it's $5 per person. For more information CLICK HERE.

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