What have you got planned for Halloween? A lot of people are opting out of trick-or-treating this year. Dr. Henry said “treating” in small groups is okay, but no large gatherings. Another option to ensure physical distancing is the latest in the PNE drive-thru experiences – A Taste of the PNE Drive-Thru: Tricks-and-Treats Edition. This family-oriented experience will include live spooky characters, Halloween décor, and safe trick-or-treating for the little ghouls and goblins!
Admission includes the drive-thru experience as well as a trick-or-treat bag with a selection of mini PNE goodies that includes a Halloween-themed candy apple, treat-sized popcorn, mini cotton candy, mini donuts, and packaged candy.
October 29: 4-8pm *New date added*
October 30: 4-9pm
October 31: 11am-9pm
Tickets must be purchased for a specific timeslot and times are booking up quickly. To purchase tickets visit: https://www.pne.ca/treats/
Admission: $25 per carload, includes one trick-or-treat bag of goodies, additional treat-filled bags can be purchased for $15 each (prices include all fees and taxes)
If you have slightly older children, this may be the year to try out Slayland – Night of a Thousand Screams. There will be no haunted houses due to COVID-19 this year, and children under 13 will be allowed, based on parental discretion (it is still not recommended for children under the age of eight). Of course, adults and teens are welcome too. Come enjoy twenty rides, including The Beast, the iconic Wooden Roller Coaster, the Atmosfear, and a walk-through an outdoor haunted experience, and chilling décor throughout the park.
Either activity is great fun for the family and an exciting way to make Halloween special.