Are you looking for some family-friendly activities this Halloween that are nearby to your Indian Rocks Beach rental or Indian Shores condo? We can help! We’ve rounded up the most popular and festive Halloween activities for the kids and kids-at-heart. From pumpkin carving and costume contests to thrill rides and special events, there is something for everyone. Check out the best Halloween activities and things to do right here, then start making your plans. Be safe and have fun!
Kolb Park is the place to be on Saturday, October 21, 2017 from 10a.m. to 1p.m. Tasty treats, Halloween hoopla and festive fun abound for all ages, but especially for the younger ones in your family. Carve a pumpkin, get your child’s face painted, visit the petting zoo, take a train ride or even a pony ride, and see what other family-friendly activities are happening during the annual IRB Hallowfest. Have a bootiful day! (IMG Source: Indian Rocks Beach)
Wednesday, October 25, 2017 from 6:30p.m. to 8:30p.m. is the safe and family-friendly Trunk or Treat event. Bring the family for a night of fun with inflatables for the kids, candy trails and plenty more family adventures and activities. Have a safe night of trunk or treat all along the candy trail where the candy is plentiful.
Friday, October 27, 2017 is when you can find the Halloween Block Party which includes a costume contest, fishing tournament and trick-or-treating from 1-6p.m. Enjoy the rest of the John’s Pass Seafood Festival activities and events, too, all weekend long. It’s BOOgie Friday, so we hope to see you there! (IMG Source: John Pass Seafood Fest)
Not for the faint of heart, Howl-O-Scream runs through October 29, 2017. With unexpected surprises around every corner, creatures roaming the theme park, special live entertainment, haunted houses, and thrill rides in the dark, you’ll encounter a night you won’t soon forget, or maybe have nightmares about. Try it if you dare. (IMG Source: Busch Gardens)
Creatures of the Night at the Lowry Park Zoo in Tampa runs Friday and Saturday evenings through October 28, 2017. Hoot, howl and hang out as the zoo is transformed into an eerie Halloween adventure for the whole family. Creatures begin to emerge at dusk, so be ready. Don’t worry there isn’t any horror or gore, just fun frights for all ages.
Based on the Screen Play by John Russo and George Romero, this horror masterpiece that gave birth to the zombie as we know it, springs to life (and death) on stage. A group of strangers are trapped in a remote farmhouse as a strange plague begins to spread. As the hordes of undead begin to grow, so do the tensions among our survivors. Can they band together and survive the Night of the Living Dead? Showing runs from October 26 through November 5, 2017 at Murray Theatre. (IMG Source: Murray Theatre)
What’s your favorite Halloween activity or event on the Gulf Coast of Florida?