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Haunt in the Park

October 28 @ 7:00 pm - November 1 @ 11:00 pm

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The Little family has been bringing you the fright in the night in Shelburne for 30 years, and this Haunt In The Park 2023 will be the biggest, scariest and most amazing one yet! Join us at our 6,000-square-foot haunted attraction. With both full-scare evening events, and a kid-friendly daylight event, there is something for everyone!

Oct 28, 10am-2pm: Mini Boo (all ages) You can come through the Haunt in daylight, and all our monsters and ghouls are maskless and on their best behaviour. There are lots of things to explore, and of course there is a candy treat at the end in the witches’ hut!

Catch the free shuttle to the downtown core and explore the BIA’s Treats in the Streets with trick or treat bags, contests and more! Then, in the evenings, come on back to the Haunt in the Park and experience it in the dark!

Oct 27 & 28, 7-11pm. Oct 31, 6-10pm. Be greeted by our Pumpkin Queen, travel down the dark spider tunnel and into the corn maze. As it twists and turns, what creatures await you? If you make it past the Myers residence, and Freddy’s taunts haven’t brought you to your knees, you can fight your way through the swamp to the Sister Witches where you will be rewarded with candy!

Populated with up to 45 live volunteers, the Haunt in the Park is definitely worth adding to your to-do list this October!

Free, food bank donations happily accepted



October 28 @ 7:00 pm
November 1 @ 11:00 pm
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Shelburne Fiddle Park
Dufferin Cty Rd 11
Shelburne, ON CA
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