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Whether you're a local or camping out, our area embraces the scary season as well as offers wholesome family fun. Check below for area activies to celebrate Halloween and the fall harvest time!
October 2 - 30, 2015 | Thurs: 6:30 – 11pm, Fri – Sat: 7pm – 1am
Silverwood Theme Park & Boulder Beach Water Park
If Halloween events were films, this would be Spokane’s mega-blockbuster summer movie. Think Avatar. Complete with a train ride through the Zombie Apocalypse, this high-production attraction sees Silverwood’s 200-acre park overrun by crazed zombies, demented clowns and chainsaw-wielding madmen. Watch your step, because these motley characters lie at every turn.
* Not recommended for young children, contact Silverwood directly with questions. http://scarywoodhauntednights.com/
Offered throughout October
Inland Empire Tours
A number of celestial bodies call downtown Spokane home. And this is your chance to meet them...or at least see where they hang out. Part history, part folklore, you'll never look at Spokane the same after discovering the paranormal underpinnings of some its most iconic spots. To register, call Inland Empire Tours at (509) 747-1335 or (888) 654-8367. http://www.visitspokane.com/listings/Inland-Empire-Tours/10934/
October 30, 2015 | Noon – 2pm, 2:30 pm – 4:30pm
Inland Empire Tours
Great storytelling makes these cemeteries come to life -- hopefully not literally. Tour spooky spots like the Ghost Ghetto, the Thousand Haunted Steps, Anthony Cannon's unsettled grave and more. To register, call Inland Empire Tours at (509) 747-1335 or (888) 654-8367. http://www.visitspokane.com/listings/Inland-Empire-Tours/10934/
Green Bluff Farms
Nothing says Halloween like a glowing jack-o’-lantern. And how you find your pumpkin is just as important as how you carve it. Skip the grocery store variety and head to Green Bluff Farms, where you’ll find picturesque pumpkin patches accompanied by corn mazes, hay rides, fresh cider and other u-pick goodies. http://www.greenbluffgrowers.com/
October 3, 2015
Kickstart the Halloween season with the Spokane Zombie Crawl. This annual pub crawl attracts hundreds of participants decked out in zombie and zombie-hunter garb. Registeronline and join the fun. http://www.spokanezombiecrawl.com/
October 16, 2015 - November 15, 2015 | Thur-Sat: 7:30pm, Sun: 2pm
Spokane Civic Theatre
If you want to get professorial on the topic, Halloween is rooted in a tradition of using the power of humor to confront death. On that note, there’s no better Halloween outing than the Civic Theater’s hilarious musical interpretation of the 1980s cult-classic Evil Dead film series. http://www.visitspokane.com/includes/events/-Evil-Dead-The-Musical-/13418/
October 31, 2015 | Saturday: 7:30pm
Spokane Civic Theatre
Newer isn’t always better. Before the days of surround sound speakers, live musicians accompanied movie screenings. None did it better than this famous 1920s German film adaptation of Dracula — utilizing creaky percussive effects and tremoring minor keys to terrify audiences. On Halloween, the Spokane Symphony will bring its own chilling performance to the silver screen at The Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox. http://www.visitspokane.com/includes/events/Symphonic-Films-at-The-Fox-Nosferatu/13411/
Schedule Your Visit
Groups who visit Claustropanic are placed in a staged “Adventure Room” where they are given clues, decipher codes, puzzles and riddles to try to escape. Clautropanic is open year-round, but what better time than the Halloween season to star in your own horror movie? Visit their website to learn more and book a visit. http://www.claustropanic.com/
October 28 or 29, 2015 | Wed or Thur: 10:30am
Mobius Children’s Museum
Drop your kids off at Mobius’s Pumpkin Painting class so they can get in the holiday spirit and tap into their creativity. Everyone gets their own pumpkin to bring home. http://mobiusspokane.org/mobius-childrens-museum/activities
Coeur 'd Alene
FunFlicks Outdoor Movies
1349 N. Beck Road
Post Falls, ID 83854
"Coors Light Fright Night" Drive-In Movies
Get in the Halloween Mood!
Saturday nights thru October, State Line Speedway and FunFlicks Outdoor Movies is hosting a spooktacular series of scary movies! Pull your car up and tune in to the designated FM radio station and enjoy the show OR bring a chair and blanket and listen to the concert/theater quality sound system while staying warm near the campfires!
Shows start at 8:30PM, come early for front row parking.
Cost is only $5 per person. Concessions on site.
FunFlicks is also selling $1 raffle tickets for your chance to with your own "Backyard Movie or Video Game PARTY!" See flyer for details or visit:www.facebook.com/Tony.funflicks for photos and more info.
1765 W Golf Course Road
Coeur d' Alene, Idaho 83814
Wild West Halloween Party
58PM, All Ages, FREE
Yee-haw! Cowboys and cowgirls will have a rootin' tootin' time at The Kroc Center's western Halloween extravaganza. Play in the pool, watch a movie, see Sheriff R.J. Kroc, and visit the General Store to stock up on penny candy.
Lots to do all week at The Kroc Center!
24 October 2015 7:00 pm
· Venue: Hells Gate State Park
· Tags: Halloween
10/24, Hells Gate Haunted Hay Ride, www.facebook.com/events/1609229759319094 *Gate opens at 6:00 pm *Rides start at 7:00 pm *Cost is $5 for Motor Vehicle Entrance Fee (MVEF) plus $1 per person. (Idaho State Parks Passport or Annual Pass waives the $5 MVEF) *Food and beverages will be for sale The Haunted Hayride is just the right […]
· Venue: Brackenbury Square
10/31, Pumpkin Palooza, Downtown Lewiston, Breanne Durham, 208.790.1148, beautifuldowntownlewiston.com 6th annual Pumpkin Palooza festival on Main Street, Lewiston, ID! Vendors, trick-or-treat, Great Pumpkin Roll, costume contest, and more!
Travellers, pull your RV into your favorite local campground and enjoy the spooky time of the year. Don't forget the scary campfire ghost stories!
Not sure where to stay, check out our campground links on our website. https://www.rnrrv.com/page/rv-campgrounds-destinations-in-wa