Ontario Parks Offering Guests Halloween Weekend Fun

Ontario parks have 12 haunted Halloween events in October.  Although you may have missed some spooky fun, there’s still plenty of time left to get out to your favorite Ontario park to enjoy Halloween in a special way.

Camper Halloween part 2 the sequel

Friday night campfire open to all. Saturday activities — from decorations to trick-or-treating — for registered campers only. And don’t forget our spooky evening hike!

Halloween weekend

Experience autumn camping in Riverside Campground with a spooky theme! Join park naturalists throughout the weekend for special Halloween-themed interpretive programming. Learn to differentiate between spooky myths and facts; decorate your campsite (no hay or straw and please respect the park environment); participate in campground trick-or-treating or decorate a scarecrow using natural objects from your campsite.

Haunted Halloween weekend

The fun begins on Friday night with an owl prowl, that is sure to be a hoot! Join park staff at the Visitor Centre on Saturday where a park naturalist will guide you through a collection of animal skeletons. Mew Lake Campground will feature “pick of the patch” pumpkin carving, spookiest campsite and best costume contests. Everyone is invited to participate in trick-or-treating among the campsites on Saturday night, and later, for a howling good time at the nearby Old Airfield with a wolf howl. We will be roasting creepy-crawly spider wieners and ghostly marshmallows.

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