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Halloween events for tweens and teens



Spooky spots not for the faint of heart this Halloween

halloween events and activities for teens

There are so many wonderful things to do in the fall throughout the Hudson Valley. There certainly is no shortage of family-friendly Halloween events and no-scare fun for the little ones but what if your teen enjoys the frights and gore of the season? Below is a roundup of the local haunted houses and frights for your teen/tween this Halloween.

These events and activities are not recommended for young children. Please check website ahead of time for warnings and more information.

Ongoing haunted houses:


For our 2020 Season we will be replacing our hayride with a Drive Thru Haunt Experience - "Dare to Ride the Horseman's Trail". We will be operating our Corn Maze Attractions and Haunted Houses, both are walk thru.

Get your fright on every weekend through Halloween! Visit an all outdoor show for the 2020 season, The Wicked Woods, The Roots of All Evil. Reservations required. 

10 awesome attractions to walk through for one of the world’s largest and scariest haunted houses with live actors and movie quality sets.

Watt World of Halloween Horrors Drive-Through Trail
Thursdays through Sundays until Halloween. For the first time in 10 years, we will be open on Halloween with candy give-away. 7pm. 310 Scotchtown Road, Goshen.

Double Dare Drive-In: Back to Back Classics Fundraiser
Fridays & Saturdays thru October 31. Shown outdoors on the drive-in screen on the Great Lawn. The Center for Performing Arts at Rhinebeck is thrilled to present Double Dare Drive-In: Back-to-Back classics, a fundraiser for The CENTER. A double feature of classic black & white Universal horror films, shown on a huge 40-foot screen on the great lawn. Oct. 16 & 17: The Invisible Man (7pm) & The Werewolf of London (8:30pm) Oct. 23 & 24: The Wolfman (7pm) & Frankenstein Meets the Wolfman (8:30pm) Oct. 30 & 31: Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein (7pm) & Creature from the Black Lagoon (8:30pm). On Halloween, the 31st, as an alternative for trick-or-treating, each car will be given a bag of treats! All tickets are pre-sold through our online vendor. No cash sales. Admission prices are per person. All children ages under 6 are admitted free. 7pm/8:30pm every (see schedule below) Tickets: $7 Adult / $5 for Seniors (65+) & Children (7-12) Children 6 and under are FREE. Appropriate for all audiences. 7pm. 661 Route 308, Rhinebeck. (845) 876-3080.

Nightmare on Werner: Maze of Horror
Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays until Halloween. "Nightmare on Werner" is a Terror Maze in the Village of Florida, NY that has over 20 bone-chilling scenes straight from your worst nightmares! It is sure to give you a scare! Kid-Friendly Hours: Friday 6-7pm Saturday 5-7pm Sunday 4-6pm Cost $10/per child. Adults accompanying a child may enter for free during these hours ONLY. Special Needs Hour Saturday 4-5pm SPECIAL NEEDS MUST BE BOOKED IN ADVANCE During this hour, those with any special needs are welcome to join the fun. Please contact our FB page to schedule a time and discuss concerns. 7:00pm. 30 Werner Ave., Florida.

Haunted Halloween Events:

October 3
Zombies are back at Bilmar! Quick—we need your help to drive them back! To the zombie defense vehicle! An interactive theatrical paintball experience. Take out the zombies and help save our land. Our fearless protectors drive you through the heart of zombie territory! Shoot paintballs at roaming zombies from the Bilmar Zombie Assault Vehicle. 6pm. 26 Bilmar Boulevard. Pleasant Valley 

October 16, 17, 23, 24
Travel back in time as the house fills with ghosts from the mansion's 250 year history. Roasted marshmallows after the tour. Dozens of hand-carved jack-o-lanterns illuminate the grounds. Reservations required. Germantown

Michael Myers Visits the Fair Oaks Drive-In On His Favorite Evening. Festivities start at 6pm. At dusk, Alan Howarth returns to the Fair Oaks to perform his music from the many Halloween films as well as Big Trouble in Little China, Escape From NY & Christine. Then, you get back to back to back to back Michael Myers. “HALLOWEEN” (1978), “HALLOWEEN 2”, “HALLOWEEN 4” + “HALLOWEEN 5”. Middletown

Updated 10/14/2020



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