Last year was scary for many families and difficult for kids, as well.
However, 2021 will be different as there are so many Halloween events that you can take your family to have a scary time. Check out these seven events:
Boo at a zoo
This October 22-24 is 9:00 am to 1:00pm at Naples Zoo (1590 Goodlette Frank Road). Children who wear costumes are eligible for free admission. Halloween trick-or-treat, education station, games and costume competition with daily prizes. 239-262-5409 or napleszoo.org/boo
The Fall Festival, which runs from 10 am to 2 pm on Saturday, October 30, at Paradise Coast Sports Complex, 3940 City Gate Blvd, offers something completely new. N. This event features fun activities such as food trucks and bouncy castles for children, trick-or-treating, and many other things. The event offers a unique gift for children coming in disguise. Register at naplesfallfest.com.
Get more Halloween information:The guide to ghost walks, pumpkins, and other fun activities in Naples Marco Bonita
Lee County has lots of fun tooHalloween 2021: A Guide for Haunted Walks, Pumpkins, & More in Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Bonita, Estero
For adults, more:Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights is back with a Netflix-themed Maze. What You Should Know
From now through Sunday, Oct 31st, take some time. Here you’ll find all kinds of pumpkins as well as corn stalks. It is located in Naples at 6000 Goodlette-Frank Road. For more information, visit nnchurch.org. Or call 239-593-7600.
Damn corn maze
Farmer Mike’s Haunted Corn Maze & Fall Festival is the perfect place for you to disconnect from reality (at least temporarily). This seventh-annual festival will be haunted by Farmer Mike, featuring a haunted corn Maze with zombie paintball and an Amazing Honeybee Corn Maze for families, as well inflatables, handicrafts and vendors.
You can visit it from Friday, October 31st to Sunday, October 31st. From Friday through Sunday, October 31st, the enchanted cornmaze is open from Saturday to Sunday. This year, tickets are not available in person but can be purchased online. The prices vary. Farmer Mikes U.Pick, Bonita Springs, 26031 Morton Ave. 239-498-476-4576, farmermikesupick.com
The Pioneer Pumpkin Palozza invites you to take your little one on a Halloween maze and scavenger hunt. Friday and Saturday, 22 October, 11:00 – 3:00 p.m. at Immokalee’s Pioneer Museum (1215 Roberts Ave. W.).
The grounds are open to children, who can look for hidden pumpkins on the ground and then take one home. The day can be ended with a hayride across the grounds. colliermuseums.com
Halloween is on the fifth
On Sunday, October 31, from 12:00 to 3.00 PM, the annual “Spooktacular”, will take place at Park Street and Fifth Avenue South in Downtown Naples. Live music and street dancing for families, as well as costume contests and games. Fiveavenuesouth.com and 239.692.8436
Flamingo Island celebrates Halloween
Begin your Halloween weekend at Flamingo island Flea Market with some fun activities during Halloween. The Flea Market is open from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Saturday, October 30th, at 11902 Bonita Beach Road SE in Bonita Springs.
A costume contest and pet costume contest are just a few of the many activities that you can enjoy. There will be games for kids, a plunge pool and face painting. Raffle prizes are also available. A pumpkin patch is also included. To enter, bring your pet in costume. Flamingoisland.com and 239-948-7799
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