Halloween Events in Santa Rosa

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If you can’t find something fun to do this Halloween, you’re not looking very hard.

Whether you prefer a spooky adventure or something a little more family-friendly, the opportunities are plentiful.

On the more family side, the Gulf Breeze Zoo offers its annual Boo at the Zoo event with treats or treats every Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. starting October 16.

“We’ll have a treat trail with toys, treats, treasures, bouncy houses, face paint and, of course, our zoo animals,” said Marketing Director Susie Robichaux. “Here at the Zoo, we like to see children in disguise. and families spend the day together on a fun outing.

Tickets can be purchased online or at the zoo, and tickets purchased for days canceled by weather are valid for one year.

On the family side, there’s also the first Batty Halloween Wing-Ding at the Emerald Coast Wildlife Refuge on October 22-23, and the Halloween Hallow Seas event at the Navarre Beach Sea Turtle Conservation Center on October 30.

Additionally, the Navarre Beach Marine Science Center offers its annual Science Spooktacular by the Sea on October 23.

Ed Spears, of the town of Milton, said the town has canceled its Haunted Trail event, but will offer Halloween a Halloween “trail”. This trail will feature a decorated downtown area and lead participants to Jernigan’s Landing, where there will be bounce houses and carnival games.

On the more adventurous side of Halloween, those looking for the thrills and thrills can attend the Spirits of the Anna Simpson House tour on October 15-16. The event promises attendees a spooky evening of history and haunting at the Simpson House Museum. The event requires pre-purchased tickets.

The Santa Rosa Historical Society will be holding its annual Ghost Walk in downtown Milton on October 22-23. Tours and tickets will be available at 5:30 p.m. at the Imogene Theater. VS

“The theme for this year’s Ghost Walk is ‘The Hidden Story of Milton’,” said President Donny West.

Anyone interested in volunteering as a tour guide or actor can contact West at 850-377-4263.

Finally, in the line of spooky events for Halloween is the Whispering Pines Christmas Tree Farm, which has moved on to Halloween. On weekends in October, fear-seekers can take part in a haunted hay ride, Zombie Bus Paintball Shoot, and enjoy a bonfire.


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