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Halloween at Ontario Parks

From the prick of our thumbs, something wicked comes this way…

We have tons of haunted halloween events Coming this month! And don’t forget to check the events page for the latest news.

Will you visit the ghosts of the campers last October?

Note: If you decorate your campground for Halloween this year, please respect the park’s natural environment and remember to remove all decorations and trash when the festivities are over.

Inverhuron Provincial Park – Camper Halloween

Skeletons on picnic table with Halloween lantern

Spend the weekend in Inverhuron celebrating Halloween! You can decorate your site and carve your own pumpkins.

Kids can dress up and go trick-or-treating around the campground after dark. When you’ve had enough of trick-or-treating, you can return to your seat to enjoy a family campfire and spooky stories!

September 28 – September 30, 2018

Sauble Falls Provincial Park – Camper Halloween

RV decorated for Halloween

The Sauble Falls Camper Halloween will feature everything you love about Halloween! Our campers can decorate their sites, carve (their own) pumpkins, and take the kids trick-or-treating around the park after dark.

Don’t forget to make sure someone stays in your place to hand out treats!

September 28 – September 30, 2018

Turkey Point Provincial Park: Halloween Haunt Weekend

Campsite decorated for Halloween with pumpkin in front of tent trailer

Start the weekend by decorating your site to join in the festivities! Be sure to sign up for the pumpkin carving and site decorating contests.

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On Saturday, create a pumpkin masterpiece for a chance to win a prize; Then join in the family fun, dress up and trick-or-treat at the campsites!

October 5 to 8, 2018

Balsam Lake Provincial Park: Trick or Treat Balsam Halloween

Trick or Treat at Lakeshore Campground Thanksgiving Weekend

Halloween comes early at Balsam Lake! Join us for trick-or-treating at the campgrounds on Saturday from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm! Be sure to wear your Halloween costume and bring candy to share.

Other events over Thanksgiving weekend include a campground decorating contest, pumpkin carving, and fall walks.

October 6 and 7, 2018

Port Burwell Provincial Park – Fall Harvest Festival

Join us for a hike along the Ravine Creek Trail on Saturday morning and hear voices from the past whispering through the trees. We will also discover some of the mysterious and shadowy creatures that hide in the forest.

Then, bring your pumpkin carving supplies to the Interpretive Center and we’ll provide the pumpkins to make a spooky pumpkin to display at your site for the camp pole decorating contest.

October 6 and 7, 2018

Rock Point Provincial Park – Halloween Howl

RV decorated for Halloween

There will be an afternoon full of activities, games and fun and we will round out our day with a costume bonfire and some trick or treating.

We hope you’ll join us for a great time!

October 6, 2018

Point Farms Provincial Park: Halloween/Thanksgiving Weekend

Picnic table with Halloween decorations

Join the fun at Point Farms Halloween and Thanksgiving weekend. Activities include a site decorating contest, pumpkin carving contest, chili and baked goods cook-off, scavenger hunt, and trick-or-treating.

Book early to avoid disappointment!

October 6, 2018

Rondeau Provincial Park – Get Spooky on Lake Erie!

Rondeau staff in their Super Mario-themed Halloween costumes

Come enjoy a beautiful fall day at the Rondeau Halloween Festival! There will be a pumpkin carving contest, a costume contest and much more!

Call the park Visitor Center for more details: (519) 674-1750. The event will take place from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.

October 6, 2018

Wheatley Provincial Park: Halloween in the Park

Campsite decorated for Halloween

Wheatley’s Halloween celebration will include trick-or-treating for kids at the park.

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Adults can come see the amazing decorations and hard work our wonderful campers put into making this event special.

October 6, 2018

Emily Provincial Park – Halloween Haunt Weekend

Six children hold pumpkins

Spend Thanksgiving weekend in Emily and join in the spooky festivities.

Start the weekend by decorating your site and join us on the haunted walk (if you dare!).

On Saturday, enter the pumpkin carving contest to win prizes! End your stay trick-or-treating at the campgrounds with friends and family, and be sure to stop by the front gate!

October 5 and 6, 2018

Bronte Creek Provincial Park: Halloween Weekend for Campers

Decorated campsite and family having dinner preparing for Halloween in caravan: trick or treat.

Come to the Friday Bonfire to learn the history and traditions of All Hallows Eve or “Halloween.” Enjoy stories, games, music and more!

Be sure to decorate your site for a chance to win a prize. Kids can dress up and go trick-or-treating around camp. Then, take a guided spooky night walk where you’ll learn about bats, owls, and coyotes.

October 19 to 21 or October 26 to 28, 2018

MacGregor Point Provincial Park – Witches in the Woods

Graveyard scene at Macgregor

A fun-filled Halloween weekend in the park! Come enjoy some spooky interpretive shows, participate in camp decorating and pumpkin carving contests, camp trick-or-treating, and more!

October 12-14, 2018

Craigleith Provincial Park: Chills in the shale

Halloween decorations skulls and bones on the leaves.

Get spooked this weekend with trick-or-treat contests, costumes and camp decorating, spooky ghost stories, pumpkin carving, spooky scavenger hunts, and a haunted picnic shelter!

Join park staff for a spooky and haunted weekend. Make your reservation soon as we are filling up fast!

October 13 and 14, 2018

Pinery Provincial Park – Halloween Weekend

Jack-o-lantern boy sitting in a camping chair outside a tent

Experience fall camping at Riverside Campground with a spooky theme!

Join park naturalists all weekend for special Halloween-themed interpretive programming.

Learn to differentiate between spooky myths and facts, decorate your campsite, participate in camp trick-or-treating, or decorate a scarecrow with natural objects from your campsite. Prizes will be awarded for the best campsite!

October 19-21, 2018

Algonquin Provincial Park: Haunted Halloween Weekend

urt decorated for Halloween at Mew Lake

The fun begins Friday night with Haunted Tales from Camboose Shanty!

On Saturday afternoon, join us at the Visitor Center, where a park naturalist will guide you through a collection of animal skeletons. Mew Lake Campground will feature pumpkin carving, camp decorating, and costume contests with prizes awarded for many different categories!

Everyone is invited to take part in trick-or-treating between the camps on Saturday night and, later, have a great time at nearby Old Airfield to the howling of a wolf.

October 26 and 27, 2018 (Mew Lake Campground, KM 30.6)

Don’t see your favorite park on the list?

Some parks celebrate October with night walks, owl prowls, and other spooky events. Stay tuned to our events page or find the park on social media.

Send us a tweet with photos of your haunted parks using hashtag #CamperHalloween.

Happy haunting!