Enjoy Spooky Family Fun During ‘HallOVeen’ In The Magical Forest
There are plenty of frightening haunted houses to visit around the Las Vegas valley. If you want the you-know-what scared out of you, check out VegasHauntedHouses.com. However, if you’re looking for some spooky family fun this Halloween season that’s appropriate for all ages, then “HallOVeen” at Opportunity Village is the place to go!
“HallOVeen” Offers Lots Of Spooky Family Fun
In fact, this will be the tenth year for this family-friendly event at Opportunity Village. The Magical Forest presents “HallOVeen” in their 2.5-acre theme park. As you and your kids walk through the Magical Forest you’ll encounter spooky creatures including friendly witches and ghosts. Furthermore, you can visit the scary cemetery where you’ll see a forest of decorated trees and lots of jack-o-lanterns.
The first thing to remember is that this is an outdoor event, so dress appropriately. As a matter of fact, you and your kids can dress in your favorite Halloween costumes when you go. Additionally, there will be trick-or-treat stations, carnival games, fantastic rides, and nightly entertainment. Your family can even enjoy dinner in the Magical Forest at Opportunity Village during “HallOVeen” at one of the many food stations.
Here’s What You Need To Know About “HallOVeen” At Opportunity Village
First, Opportunity Village opens their “HallOVeen” theme park October 13 – 15, and then every evening October 20 through October 31. Second, operating hours are 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m on Fridays and Saturdays. Then, Sunday through Thursday, “HallOVeen” is open from 5:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Of course, you’ll need to know that Opportunity Village is located at 6300 West Oakey Boulevard in Las Vegas, 89146.
Furthermore, you should purchase your tickets online, in advance. You can do so by clicking here. However, you can purchase tickets on site, but you may have to wait in a long line. “HallOVeen” is an all-ages event, and children under three are admitted free.
Not only will you have lots of spooky family fun at “HallOVeen” in the Magical Forest, but you’ll be supporting a fantastic Las Vegas organization. As you can see on their website, they have been “dedicated to helping people with disabilities find the very best version of themselves” here in Southern Nevada since 1954.