Halloween Schedule


7:30pm – Family Movie Night on channel 9.0

Unwind after a long day of travel in your RV or cabin with a showing of Hocus Pocus (PG) on our park channel #9.0



8:00am – Magic Pumpkin Patch

If you bought and planted your seeds on Friday, your pumpkin will have reached its full size by now! Come pick it up so that you can participate in the pumpkin painting contest later today.

11:30am – 1:30pm Pumpkin Painting at the Pavilion

Come down to paint your magic pumpkin. Judging will be at 1pm, and best pumpkin wins a prize! Winners to be announced at the costume party later today.

1:00pm – Storytime at the Pumpkin Patch

If the weather is nice, Tina will be reading the poem, Little Orphan Annie, outside at the pumpkin patch.

1:30pm – “Hey” Ride at Playground

Meet up with Mitch at the playground for the family wagon ride. There will be NO SCARES on this ride around the campground, so it’ll be perfect for the youngest kids, those who don’t want to be frightened, or campers who just want to see the sights.

2:00pm – Site Decorating Contest

We hope your decorations are up, because our judges will be going around to find the winners of our site decorating contest.  We’ll announce the winners later at the costume party.

3:00pm – Costume Party at the Pavilion

Put on your costumes and join Erika at the pavilion to find out who won the decorating contest, the pumpkin painting contest, and the costume contest.

4:30pm – 6:00 Trick or Treating Park-wide

Trick-or-Treating starts now! Visit sites that have a sign out from our office to see what tricks or treats are in store for you. Be sure to wear your costume!

7:30pm – Haunted Wagon Ride at the Playground

The haunted hayride will pick up the bravest campers at the playground. Be ready for thrills and after the sun goes down.  

*A portion of this ride may be on foot, so wear comfortable shoes.

7:30pm – Cider Social at the Pavilion

Take a minute to stop by the pavilion to meet the owners and share a cup of hot cider and a pumpkin treat.  (Donations to KOA Care Camps are appreciated.)