Since the 1970’s, there has been one theme park in Southern California that people visited during Halloween, Knott’s Scary Farm. It’s reputation as the place to go to for a good scare has been well known for thrill seekers of all ages. I, for one, have never been. I refuse to go. If my kids want to go someday, their father will take them. That kind of spooky, scary stuff is just not my cup of tea. However, there is a place that is tame enough, and Halloweeney enough for me.
We visited Camp Spooky a few weeks ago. (Disclosure: Sponsored post.) The family was delighted to see one of our favorite theme parks transformed into a Halloween wonderland. Halloween decorations were everywhere, from the storefront displays to the light posts.
In addition to the decorations, there were lots of Halloween-related activities to do. We went through a maze, saw some scary bugs, watched a show, listened to stories, and posed with our favorite Peanuts friends. Of course, Big B’s favorite thing about Camp Spooky was the trick or treating. There were stations all over Camp Spooky where kids can receive sweet treats.
If you haven’t been to Camp Spooky, there’s still time left for a visit. Camp Spooky is open until this weekend. It’s completely appropriate to dress up, actually, I would highly recommend it.
Disclosure: Sponsored post. All opinions expressed are my own.