Do you believe in the unbelievable? Halloween is the time of year when we can enjoy getting a scare. And what a better way to do that then attending Canada’s Wonderland Halloween Haunt.
When does the event start?
Halloween Haunt runs from September 29th to October 31st and has been an annual event since 2007. In the past, the event was known as Fear Fest and then as Spooktacular. The park was purchased by the Ceder Fair Entertainment Company and the name changed to Halloween Haunt.
Halloween Haunt 2018
This year you can expect to enjoy 14 nights of terror and brave through mazes, scare zones and try to escape from 700 monsters roaming the park. Of course rides will be open as well. You can still get the thrills the park offers plus run away from monsters. This event has become a tradition for many Canadians living in the area. Making the trip out to Vaughan each year to be terrified. However, because of the nature of this event, it’s not recommended for children under the age of 13.
There are a lot of ticket options to choose, Regular Admission is $32.99, but as soon as you leave the park you’re not permitted to reenter. Canada’s Wonderland offers a lot of great deals if you purchase your ticket online.
The Haunt Pass goes for $51.99 and offers you unlimited access to all the scares, chills and thrills, as many times as you can handle. The Admission and Fright Line pass costs $74.99. And will get you past the regular lines to all the haunt mazes. The Haunt All Inclusive Ticket costs $99.99 and is the ultimate pass including parking, fast lane and a meal deal.
We can get you there!
As you can see this event is packed full of deals and scares. What better way to celebrate the scariest time of year? And you can count on us to also offer you some of the best deals to get you to the park. So make sure you make your reservation. There are deals for larger groups offered at Halloween Haunt. And we can also accommodate large groups, you can let us know and then check out our great selections of luxury stretch limos.
What are your plans for Halloween 2018?