When it comes to the scariest yearly holiday, it’s hard to determine just who’s more excited to celebrate and have fun: the kids or the adults. Although there are plenty of spooky scares to be aware of, you’ll also get to enjoy lots of great food and candy as well as display yourself in your finest costume.
This 2017, Halloween falls during a weekday, but you can be assured of much laughter and screams the weekend before. It’s one of the best times to let loose and just have some good solid fun so you’ll probably want to hit up as many places as you can stand. Instead of relying on your own transport during this packed period, this is your chance to sit back and relax in the back with our Orange County limousine service. You can be assured of a timely arrival at your destinations of choice so just enjoy the ride and look forward to impressing everyone.
With your ride secured, you can now fully enjoy the most of this scary holiday by visiting the best that Orange County has to offer in 2017:
Fun for All
The Irvine Park Railroad event is suitable for both adults and kids. Enjoy train trips and hay rides and load up on plenty of Halloween treats and candy. There’ll be a haunted house for even the little ones to experience and the hay maze is definitely an experience. This pumpkin patch will be bustling with activity and fun so just jump in and go wild.
Another Fun for All
Not to be outdone, the annual Halloween Fest on Huntington Beach’s Main Street is a plethora of attractions and activities. The whole family can participate (including the family dog). There’ll be plenty of games, obstacle courses, an inflatable rock wall, a petting zoo and many more for you to enjoy. It’ll be going on from 4-8 p.m. so be sure to bring along your sizeable trick-or-treat bag to load up on plenty of the sweet stuff.
A Spooky Tale
The historic Queen Mary vessel that’s docked in Long Beach, CA, has long been shrouded in haunted tales. Now is the perfect time for you to explore the ship and learn more about the legends that surround it. This year, there’ll be some new additions, including the Feast Maze, Chef’s Feast Experience, and the Ice Bar Experience. You’ll also get to enjoy lots of spooky performances and more Halloween fun on the docks nearby.
Ride the Waters
Halloween doesn’t have to be celebrated on land. Board the Ambassador Yacht in Newport Harbor and set sail for a thrilling 4-hour cruise. There’s plenty to eat at the buffet and drink at the full bar. You’ll also get to dance and party with a DJ. Costumes are mandatory for this special evening, and you’ll also be in the running for Best Costume.
The Annual Haunt
Heritage Hill will host its 10th Annual Haunt this year. Prepare yourselves for The Haunted School House Fright Maze. There’ll be plenty of scream zones to look forward to, including The Joker’s Side Show Maze. If you’re a fan of horror films, now’s your chance to fill up on all the gore and hauntings. Costumes are definitely encouraged, but you won’t be allowed to wear a mask.
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