Cape Cod is a fun place to be around Halloween.
For those faint of heart, or who love a good scare – there are a ton of things to do to suit every fright or fantasy.
Enter if You Dare
One of the more dramatic Halloween displays on Cape Cod in October is The Village Mire, located in South Yarmouth MA.
On All Hallow’s Eve the dead come to life and the mad genetic engineer who resides at 43 Captain Daniel Road unleashes his genetically-mutated creatures on unsuspecting trick-or-treaters.
Those brave enough to venture into the Mire in search of treats may themselves be the ones to get tricked.
If you want to see more than a pumpkin and scarecrow on the front porch on All Hallow’s Eve, then stop by for a spell at the Village Mire.
The Village Mire is open for drive-by viewing beginning in mid-October, and open for trick or treating on Halloween at 5:30pm.
Halloween Kids Fest
For a tamer Halloween activity, bring the family to Tony Andrews’ Farm in East Falmouth MA.
Their pumpkin picking excursions have been expanded to include many other fun-filled family activities brought to you by The Harvest of Horrors. Activities include tractor rides over the 30-acre farm and a very special non-scary (lights-on) tour of the newly expanded Harvest of Horrors Haunted House.
The Halloween Kids Fest will be held from 11am to 3pm on Saturdays and Sundays starting the first weekend in October.
Admission to Halloween Kids Fest at Andrews’ Farm is free for all and children must be chaperoned. Activities are not intended for children over 11. Tractor rides and the Haunted House are $3.00 each per person. Pumpkins are sold by the pound at current farm prices.
Book A Cape Cod Vacation!
With so much to do on Cape Cod in October and around Halloween – why stay home?
Book a vacation package at a Cape Cod Hotel for the end of October and give the kids – and yourself! – a frightfully-fun Halloween weekend adventure.