The Triangle Is Your Place for Halloween Fun This Year

stack of pumpkinsIt’s that time of year again —  time to set out the pumpkins and the candy for the trick-or-treaters. Halloween will be here in just a couple of weeks.

If you’re in the Triangle and are looking for some Halloween fun, here are a few nearby options for kids and adults recommended by Linda Craft & Team, REALTORS®.

Celebrate Halloween 2015, Day and Night

Below are family-friendly events that take place during the daytime, dog-friendly events including dressing your dog in costumes, and nighttime haunted forests and Zombie walks downtown for the bravest adults.

A Night of Fright in the Triangle

If you’re the type of person who loves a good scare, check out these two places in the Triangle – Panic Point in Youngsville and Clayton Fear Farm. (Here you’ll find day and night attractions, with some family-friendly options.)

Their websites contain the specifics, appropriate ages, day or evening details, and more. These attractions can be very scary, so enter with caution.

Festive Daytime Fun for the Kids

For kids in Raleigh or Durham, there are two options that include rides and gathering pumpkins.

Hill Ridge Farms in Youngsville offers a hay ride and free pumpkin along with lots of fun kid-friendly activities. The Museum of Life and Science in Durham also offers a train ride, crafts, and pumpkins for riders on the Pumpkin Patch Express. Check both websites for details, times, dates, and more.

There’s also a 1-mile and 5k Monster Dash in the afternoon of October 25th, perfect for young kids or adult runners – especially in costume! The race will be held in Cameron Village in Raleigh.

Don’t Forget Fido

Dressing up the dog is very important these days. If you and your dog want to find something fun to do for Halloween, there’s a store called Unleashed in Downtown Raleigh in the City Market area that is hosting an event for your pooch.

On October 30th from 5pm to 9pm, come out to the Doggie Halloween Party by Unleashed with your dressed-up dog to mix and mingle with other pet lovers in the Raleigh area.

Zombies, Ghosts, and Goblins, Oh My!

If you’re part of the adult crowd that loves Zombies, make sure you join the Zombie Walk in Raleigh’s Moore Square on October 24th at 7pm. Check out their Facebook page for more details.

These events will be a lot of fun, especially if this is your first time visiting the Triangle.

The Triangle Is Fun During Every Season

The Triangle area offers plenty of things to do, and not just during Halloween. If you’re thinking of relocating to the Triangle area, you can become part of all of the seasonal fun all year long — there’s no place better to experience this wonderful area than as a resident.

We are your Triangle area real estate experts, and can help you find the home of your dreams. Search through our Triangle area resource center to discover the wonderful areas that make up the Triangle, or search Raleigh area homes for sale to find the perfect place for you and your family.

Have you already found your dream home in the Triangle? Contact us today at 919-235-0007 or linda@lindacraft.com and we can schedule a showing.

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