Although COVID has brought about many questions as to what Halloween will look like this year, there are still plenty of attractions open to celebrate. Dress up and head out for some Halloween fun at one of these local events and attractions.
The Clinton Sease Corn Maize
More than just a trip through a corn maze! Tickets are $14 per person and include access to the corn maze, unlimited hay rides, tire climbing wall, tire swing, tube swing, tricycle raceway, corn snake, tire maze, marshmallow maze, slides, sandbox, pumpkin art, pumpkin patch, animals and more! Fun for all ages. Visit https://www.clintonseasefarm.com/ for more information.
Boo at the Zoo at Riverbanks Zoo
Wear costumes to travel along the trick-or-treat trail at Riverbanks Zoo while enjoy music from Eeky Freaky DJ. Other fun things to do for additional costs include a marshmallow roast, haunted carousel, and spooky spots & stripes railroad. Children under 2 are free.
Deceased Farm Haunted Attraction
Located at Clinton Sease Farm, experience Halloween with a self-guided haunt through 6 buildings, 3 outdoor zones, and a creepy corn field. This is an intense haunted attraction and not recommended for children under 12. Runs through October 31st. Times and prices vary. Visit their website for additional information.
Drive-In Movie & Halloween Extravaganza – October 31st
Join Anchor Lanes in Irmo for free candy, a movie, music and laser show. Costumes are encouraged and masks required. Showing Night at the Museum. Visit here for additional info.
Dark Castle Haunted Attractions
Elgin’s extreme haunted attraction is back! Take a spooky hike along The Dark Knights Terror Trail, enter Zombie Zone survival scenario, haunted house, and escape rooms.
For additional fun Halloween ideas, visit the 2020 Guide to Halloween Events from Columbia Mom and check with your neighborhood on guidelines for trick-or-treating this year. Happy Halloween!