New Webpage Makes Finding Halloween Programs Easy
The Fairfax County Park Authority has made it easier than ever to find Halloween-themed programs this year. From haunted wagon rides through a shadowy prison to ghastly ghost tours and a peculiar pumpkin program, these eerie events promise to unnerve and entertain you. Don your costume and join a gathering of ghouls at Frying Pan Farm Park's Boo-stravaganza, or cozy up to a campfire and hear spellbinding stories at Hidden Pond.
Programs and events ranging from family-friendly to slightly scary can now be accessed online. Whether you access the page from a desktop computer, laptop, tablet, or smartphone, the full list of Halloween programs is available on one screen. Read a brief description of each program and register for specific programs using your Parktakes member number. While you’re on the page, get in the spirit of the season by watching a short video from last year’s Ghost Train at Burke Lake Park.
Dress up your paranormal pooch for Lake Accotink's Howl-oween costume contest and then turn him loose in the boneyard for a treat. And what's Halloween without bats, owls, and creepy crawlies? Take a weird walk through the woods at night during Hidden Oaks' Fear-less Fest and meet strange costumed creatures. Perhaps a game of glow-in-the-dark Goblin Golf is in your future? Ask the fortune teller at Sully Historic Site's All Hallows Eve event. Attend any of these spooktacular programs and you'll leave smiling like a jack-o-lantern.