Near the entrance, you will see a sign for the trick-or-treat trail where your kids will be given a bag and follow the trail for goodies. There are some skeletons, but overall, it is not scary. (Although, your husband may or may not be jumping out from behind bushes to try to scare them. 😉)
Not all rides were open, but my kids were excited to see the Jackrabbit, Paratrooper, Merry-Go-Round, Auto Racers + the Turtle Coaster were all operating. Kiddieland is also open as well as the brand new Thomas Town! Thomas Town was pretty cool, my kids really love this bigger version of the Mousetrap.
This was the first time we had been there that the new indoor play area in Thomas Town was open. How great is this?! An indoor, air conditioned play area on a hot day? I think that's a big YES from parents and kids!
Happy Hauntings will be running Saturdays and Sundays in October from noon - 4:00pm. (Admission is free for kids 3 & under.)
DEAL ALERT! 👉 We have a deal to save you $3 per ticket......purchase your discount tickets here.
Add this tradition to your family memories for October and......Happy Hauntings!
This post sponsored by Kennywood Park. I have received tickets or compensation in exchange for my review. All opinions remain my own.
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