This weekend I took three of my bigger kids and we headed down to Canada’s Wonderland. I’ve only been twice (once when I was 3 and another time 16 years ago to the water park!) so I was thrilled to be able to go with my kids and was really excited to see their faces and how they’d react when we got there. Let me tell you when I say Fun for the Whole Family: Camp Spooky at Canada’s Wonderland there really is SO much for the whole family.
Disclosure: This post is in partnership with Canada’s Wonderland. As always, opinions are all my own.
This month is rather special at Canada’s Wonderland because not only does the whole park still fully run on the weekends but there is also a fun added bonus for little spook fans with Camp Spooky! Camp Spooky runs on Weekends from Sept. 28 to Oct. 27, 2019.
Not only is Camp Spooky FREE with park admission but it’s also a lot of fun for everyone, not just the smaller spookables. With loads of activities the kids will be entertained for hours:
- Cornstalkers: Corn Field
- Sally Brown’s Creepy Crafts: Halloween crafts
- Spirit Manor: Wander through the house and meet some friendly characters
- Enchanted Garden Maze: Navigate the garden – but don’t get lost
- Trick-or-Treat Adventure: Various stations set up for kids to trick-or-treat at!
- Silent Disco: Kids can dance up a storm!
- Camp Spooky Colouring Sheets: Free downloadable colouring pages!
- Pumpkin Decorating: Purchase and decorate your very own pumpkin!
Camp Spooky may say spooky in the name but it’s far from spooky. It’s the perfect mix of fun, creative and Halloween for kids of all ages. It’s not scary and the kids can enjoy KidZville and the rides while they take part in all the fun Camp Spooky has to offer.
Canada’s Wonderland’s ultimate fall festival – Camp Spooky! Families and kids can participate in a collection of scare-free Halloween activities for kids including BOO-rific mazes, trick-or-treating, dance parties, live entertainment, and so much more. Plus, all of your favourite rides will be open during the day, including KidZville and Planet Snoopy kids’ areas.
I wish I had brought ALL my kids to this. They’d have loved it especially Justin and Hanna. It was beyond anything I thought it would be and the decorations throughout the park were spectacular. So many added touches to make it feel like Halloween was near, and they all made for amazing photo-ops!
We are thrilled and will be doing to Camp Spooky again next year, but with all the kids! We can’t wait!
Some tips for heading to Canada’s Wonderland:
Since this was really our first time heading to the park I made sure to do a few things. I checked the website for all times including when the park closes (during non-peak seasons there are special hours) I also made sure to check on some things in advance like height requirements for rides, what games/rides/fun was extra money on top of park admission and I also made sure to check the rules for bringing water, snacks etc (not permitted) before heading down and having to throw everything out! There is an area for picnic’s however during October it’s a bit chilly!
We had so much fun and are so thankful to Canada’s Wonderland for having us – huge thank you to them! If you are in and around the GTA this October head to the park for Fun for the Whole Family: Camp Spooky at Canada’s Wonderland!