Halloween You Say?!! Fun And Scary Things To Do!


Halloween is a time for you to get dressed up and be someone or something that you could only imagine becoming.  An attractive holiday for all ages whether you are going for some candy, fun, or a scare.  If for some reason you cannot decide on what to do for Halloween here are a few options that might give you chills down to your bones.

Boo Parade and Carnival:  What better way to celebrate Halloween then to come out to the Boo Parade on El Cajon Blvd. and Carnival at Clay Park on October 27th.  Scary costumes and ghoulish cars will be lining the street with tons of Halloween treats.  The parade starts at 10am with the carnival from 11am-5pm.  Admission is free to anyone who would like to attend, including those who do not creep in the night. There will be food, rides, games, pie eating contest, pumpkin bowling, costume contests and more.  Since it is a holiday for trick or treating, stop by the SDSU Associated Students booth to drop off some canned goods for the Aztecs Rock Hunger Food Drive.

For more information on the Boo Parade and Carnival visit Booparade.com.

Haunted Trail:  The Haunted Trail in Balboa Park is open from September 29th – October 31st.  Ticket prices are $15 for Sun – Thurs or $17 Fri or Sat.  Take a walk down the scariest park walk in San Diego. With zombies and ghouls popping out of every corner who knows what will be at the end of the trail. There is also a giant maze for only $5 more!

Monster Bash – On Saturday October 27th from 6pm to midnight, there will be a gathering of all scary creatures that crawl in the night.  Live bands, bars, and a costume contest will be available for this 21+ Halloween block party in the Gaslamp Quarter of San Diego. Tickets are on sale for $30 in advance and will cost $35 at the door.  If trick or treating isn’t for you anymore take a stroll and meet hundreds of other.

Haunted Hotel – From September 29th – October 31st in the Gaslamp Quarter at 424 Market St. you can visit the most terrifying hotel to date. Due to the scare factor it is not recommended for children ages 10 and younger or those who may have a weak stomach.  If you are interested, tickets cost $17 on Friday and Saturday, $15 other nights.

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