My last blog post focused on the family-friendly fun that Cedar Point offers for eight weekends during the Halloween season including a daily parade, trick-or-treating, costume contests, and Halloween crafts.
There will be none of that talk on this blog post. 🙂
This post is all about the spooky, kooky, creepy, eerie, scare-the-pants-off-you fun that is offered at HalloWeekends once the lights (and sun, for that matter!) go down.
Let’s get this out of the way right now: The HalloWeekends nighttime festivities are definitely not for the faint of heart, those that scare easily, or young children. Although, I loved the creepy, scary part of Halloween when I was young, most children do not and that’s absolutely fine. That’s what makes Cedar Point so awesome- it offers a scary and not-so-scary version of HalloWeekends that will suit any family’s Halloween style.