There’s never a dull weekend in Burlington, and with Halloween coming up, this is especially true. Here’s an overview of some fun activities coming up over the next 2 weekends.
Throughout October Emma’s Back Porch Ghost Walks
All walks start outside of Emma’s. Be sure to reserve your spot in advance.
Oct. 22 & 23 Great Pumpkin Trail at RBG
Hundreds of jack-o-lanterns light your way along the garden and woodland trail. Enjoy live entertainment, face painting and pumpkin-themed activities.
Oct. 23-25 Bronte Creek Provincial Park’s Camper Halloween
Get in that last bit of camping, and decorate your campsite. Then go trick or treating and go on a guided hike.
Oct. 24 Thompson Hart's Pumpkin Giveaway 10-12
Come out to Palladium Park. Meet the team, pick up your free pumpkin, and get a family photo taken.
Oct. 24 Halton Radial Railway’s Halloween Spooktacular
Walk through the haunted car barn and travel in the old, creaky streetcars along the mainline. Reservations not required. Costumes encouraged.
Oct. 24 & 25, Oct. 31 and Nov. 1 Mountsberg’s Spooktacular Halloween
Get ready for two weekends of fun as Mountsberg magically transforms their Play Barn into a spooky haunted barn for this family fun event!
Oct. 28 Trick or Treating at Mapleview Centre
Trick or treat with your little ones from 6-7pm. Make sure to stop by the Play Doh centre.
Oct. 31 Treats in Our Streets (downtown Burlington) 10-1
Get an early start on trick or treating, but also enjoy free face painting and bouncy castle.
Oct. 31 Burlington Mall’s Halloween Event 12-4
Another opportunity for early trick or treating, as well as free face painting and photo station.
Also, don’t forget to hit up Seneca Avenue, for their amazing displays.