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75TH ANNUAL HALLOWEEN PARADE! - Volunteer Fire Company No.1 - Toms River, NJ
If postponed it will be Monday, October 28th, 2013 at 7:00p.m.
Participants are to be at the Toms River Shopping Center no later than 6:00p.m.
Calling all Vampires! Paranormal's BLOODLUST BALL at Asbury Lanes ~ Saturday 10/31/09 9pm, Asbury Park, NJ ~ $20.00 at door, $15.00 in advance. Visitwww.paranormalbooksnj.com or call (732) 455-3188 for details.
Asbury Park GHOST WALKS. 90 minute walking tour of Asbury Park NJ ~ $10.00 adults, $5.00 for kids Friday & Saturday evenings visitwww.paranormalbooksnj.com for schedule & details
HALLOWEEN PARADE Downtown Asbury Park, NJ 8pm visitwww.allasburypark.com for details.
DRACULA'S DOMAIN HAUNTED HAY RIDE, Jackson, NJ. Haunted Hayride at Dracula's Domain ,Route 537, Jackson NJ (right Next Great Adventure), every Friday, Saturday and Sunday the month of October and the first week of November. For more info. goto our website: www.draculasdomain.com or call (732)-928-0393. Come and take the hay ride, it may be your last!
Rallville Wicked Woods, located at 82 Bay Parkway, Waretown, NJ. Trick or treat through a guided walk through more than 700 feet of our "wicked woods" with scenery to die for! Opened Halloween Night, October 31, 2005 from 6 - 10 pm. $5.00 pp, under 3 free. Proceeds to be donated to The American Red Cross Jersey Coast Chapter. Refreshments are available. For more information or directions, please check our web site at www.rallville.com Happy Halloween!
Dark Forest Hayrides - At Grochowicz Farms in Glen Gardner, NJ - UPDATE: is Now Frightful Nights Haunted Adventure with three scary but fun family events Haunted Hollow Hayride a 1/ 1/2 mile long hayride through the moonlight New Jersey Skylands - Blood Bayou Haunted Trail a walk through the abandoned swamp town one inhabited by zombie cannibals -but is it really abandoned? and last but not least Scare Crows ' Revenge Corn Mare where the cornstalks hide deranged possessed scarecrows visit our website at www.frightfulnights.com
Delmont Volunteer Fire Company - Looking for a local scare? Come and take a guided walking tour through our woods with only twinkle lights to light your way! Groups leave about every 10-15 minutes minutes. Be entertained by each of our unique guides as each character has there own tales to tell as well as there own brand of horror! This is a non-contact event. Delmont Volunteer Fire Company - 4507 Delsea Drive, Delmont, NJ - Tel 856-785-0579 or 856-785-0685 - October 27th and 28th, 2006 - 7:00PM to 10:00PM - Adults $7.00 - Children $4.00.
Seaviewâ€™s Haunted Hallo-Weekend ~ Friday, October 31 12:00 p.m. ending on Saturday, Nov. 1 at 2:00 a.m. ~ Where:Seaview Resort & Spa, 401 South New York Road, Galloway, NJ 08205 ~ What: Looking for a spooky way to spend your Halloween weekend? Guests at Seaview Resort will be treated to a spectacular Haunted Hallo-weekend on Friday, Oct. 31 and Saturday, Nov. 1. The Hallo-Weekend kicks off Friday at noon with childrenâ€™s activities including trick-or-treating, exciting games, and Halloween movies. At night the fright factor gets turned up with haunted hayrides, tours through the haunted annex and horror movies. Saturdayâ€™s festivities begin at 10 a.m. with a hayride to a pumpkin patch, where kids can pick the perfect pumpkin for a carving contest later in the day. Also highlighting the weekend will be specialty menus with delicious holiday-themed selections at both of Seaview's restaurants. The finale of the weekend be Saturday night with a midnight showing of the classic thriller â€œThe Shining.â€
Halloween Hollow & Hayride - Marshall's Farm Market, Rt. 46, Delaware, NJ
Haunted House - Green House of Fear - 300 West Grand Avenue, Montvale, NJ
Frightfest at Schaefer Farms, every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from October 3 through November 1 from 7-10 pm, consists of a haunted hayride through 200 acres, a haunted house and a nightmare â€œmass-acre maize.â€ Schaefer Farms, 1051 County Route 523, Flemington, NJ 08822 Call 908-782-2705 or visit their website:www.schaeferfarms.com
Pumpkin, squash and vegetable picking as well as hay rides and corn mazes will be available at Hallock Farms, 38 Fischer Road, (609) 758-8847 and also Emeryâ€™s Blueberry Farms, 346 Long Swamp Road, (609) 758-8514, and Kimâ€™s Country Store at DeWolfâ€™s "U-Pick" Farm, 10 West Colliers Mills Road, (609) 758-6288, all in New Egypt, NJ.
Heaven Hill Farm in Vernon, NJ offers a range of Halloween events throughout the fall. Haunted Hayrides are Friday and Saturday nights from October 3 through October 25 from 7-10 pm. Families with tots should spend a day on the farm, Saturdays and Sundays, from October 4 though 27 with a â€œBoo Barn,â€ kiddie rides, pig racing, a hay crawl, corn stalk maize, pumpkin picking, sand art, and face painting. For information, call 973-764-5144 or visit their website: www.hjeavenhillfarm.com
Join the Jersey Devil Haunted Hayride Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays till Halloween, from October 10 through 31 at Indian Rock Resort campgrounds in Jackson, NJ. Among the â€œsearchersâ€ are an Evil Queen, Vlad the Impaler (otherwise known as Dracula), Zelda, a Dead Duke, a Renegade, an Evil Monk and a Tour Guide. Call 732-928-0034 or visit their website:www.jerseydevilheyride.com
For ghosts and spirits with more urban tastes, houses with histories of mystery are favorite Halloween haunts. They especially appeal to older kids and teenagers, who like having their hearts race with fear. Zombie Hall at the Charity Hall in Bayonne, NJis a very scary place, according to past visitors. Starting October 3, Zombie Hall is open Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, from 7-10 pm and Fridays and Saturdays from 7-11 pm through November 1. Call 888-748-8039 or visit their website: www.scaryplace.com.
Depieroâ€™s Farm in West Montvale, NJis the setting for Nightmareâ€™s Haunted House of the Doctor, a fictional 1880â€™s mortician who mysteriously disappeared in his labyrinthine mansion, never to be seen againâ€”till maybe now. Starting Friday, October 3, The Doctor is open Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays through November 2 from 7-10 pm. Call 866-271-7464 or visit their website:www.night-mares.com
As if the historic Red Mill in Clinton, NJisnâ€™t already haunted enough with its old gong occasionally sounding when no one has hit it, it will be doubly scary this Halloween, when the Exodus of the 13th Hour grips guests on Fridays and Saturdays, October 17, 18 , 24 and 25, from 6-10 pm. Call 908-735-4101 or visit their website: www.hauntedmill.org
Climb aboard the Halloween Express, at the Whippany Railway Museum in Whippany, NJ, Saturday and Sunday, October 25th and 26th, at 1, 2, 3 and 4 pm, for a haunted ten-mile trip; then go (carefully) through the museum and rail yard, where ghosts, creepy creatures, witches and ghouls are everywhere. Call 973-887-8177 or visit their website: www.whippanyrailwaymuseum.org
Think you can handle lonely wooded paths at night, lit only by candles? If so, then test your nerve on a Screaming Run Haunted Walk at Leamingâ€™s Run Gardens in Swainton, NJ, where apparitions lurk behind every dark tree and bush. Guided nighttime tours take place October 24, 25 and 27 through November 1 from 7-11 pm. Call 609-465-2186 or visit their website:www.leamingsrungardens.com
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Enjoy the autumn leaves, ghoulish decorations, graveyards and witches that haunt houses throughout New Jersey towns. For information on fall activities, contact the New Jersey Office of Travel & Tourism, at (609) 292-2470 or checkout their website:www.visitnj.org
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