Best Halloween Events and Attractions in the St. Cloud Area – Our Top 7
I love Halloween. Just love it. There are so many fun things to do with this holiday. (All the spectacle of Christmas without all that pesky gift giving.) So, go get your costume and have some spooky fun at these Best Halloween Events and Attractions in the St. Cloud Area.
Nothing gets the Halloween blood pumping quite like a good ol' spook house, where the scares come often and in every darkened room. The Cold Spring Jaycees have moved their haunted house to Richmond this year for a 20-minute all indoor scare. Get a sneak peak at this year's frightfully-fun haunted house from Dave McCord of 98 Country.com. Click here to see Terror on 23's schedule. $10 a ticket.
If you're looking for a creepy hayride, prepare yourself for the Harvest of Horror Hayride in St. Augusta. This first year Halloween event promises the creepiest, scariest and most heart-pounding horrors imaginable. (I keep having flashbacks to “Children of the Corn“!) The hayrides are underway for this season and you can see the nightly schedule at their website. $10 a person. Group rates available, details here. Get a sneak peek at the scare with Dave McCord of 98 Country.
Molitor's Haunted Acres is open for the Halloween season, promising new scare zones during a ride on its Wagon of Doom through the Woods of Darkness. Creepy scares include The Toxic Wastelands, The Abandoned Mineshaft, The Quarry Asylum and the Funhouse Maze. $13 to $15 per person. Group Rates, details and a $2 off coupon are available here. See the nightly schedule.
Liberty Savings Bank is hosting another great community event — this time for Halloween. The bank and its scaremeisters will take over St. Cloud's Lake George on Friday, October 21st from 5 to 9 p.m. Set out on a walk around Lake George if you dare. It's all good scary fun including refreshments, music and some takeaway items.
The Stearns History Museum is blending history and Halloween spookiness in their annual “Halloween Historia.” It happens Saturday, October 29th from noon to 4 p.m. There will exhibits and crafts, palm readers and hayrides, witches and ghosts. It's free for Stearns History Museum members. Otherwise, $3 per person. Infants free.
Opportunity Manor is throwing a big Halloween bash called “Twisted Twilight” on Saturday, October 29th. It happens from 6 to 10 p.m. at the Red Carpet Event Center and is sure to be a lot of fun with music from Slip Twister and a costume contest. Early bird tickets are $25, after October 14th they're $30. Proceeds go to programming supplies for Opportunity Manor clients and community members with physical and mental challenges.
Celebrate Halloween night with the music of BLIMP — a Led Zeppelin Tribute Band. They'll play an extended two-set show from 8 to 11 p.m. Throw in a costume contest and dance floor and you've got a must-go Halloween bash at Pioneer Place on Fifth Theatre. Tickets are $14 in advance, $17 at the door, plus a $1.50 ticket handling fee. This is your best bet for a rockin' Halloween night!