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What’s Going on For Halloween In Keystone Heights 2018

Find several family events that can be done for Halloween in, around Keystone Heights.

Halloween Events

Please contact organizer to verify event times before going.

Boo on The Boulevard

Description: The Keystone Lake Region Lions Club is proud to announce that we are sponsoring Boo on the Blvd. This year, with the city’s permission, we will be taking over the park BEHIND CITY HALL, the beach parking lot and the pavilion. Trick or Treat at all of our vendor booths located around city hall, play games on the tennis courts, listen to live music on the Rotary Wheel (behind the library), eat some tasty treats at our food truck court in the beach parking lot and explore the haunted pavilion. This is small town at its best with participation from local businesses, organizations, and churches. For more information on this event, how you can help or to be a vendor, please contact Keystone Lake Region Lions Club president Barbara Franklin by email at Franklin@keystoneheightsins.com or by phone at 352.478.1372.
When: Wednesday, October 31, 208
Time: 6pm – 9pm
Location: Park Behind Keystone Heights City Hall
555 S Lawrence Blvd, Keystone Heights, FL 32656

Infected Trail

Description: Your squad is in charge of clearing out the infected woods and city after a contamination. You will be armed with cutting edge laser guns, brave guests will battle the zombie apocalypse through the forest and the blood soaked city streets. The laser guns put you in a live-action video game complete with live actors, scoring system, and a kill streak rewards system. This new attraction is one of the most unique haunted trials ever created. So form your squad and put your zombie apocalypse survival skills to the test in this action packed, one-of-a-kind experience.

Groups must work together to fend off zombies and complete the missions before time runs out. If zombies get too close, your gun temporarily deactivates, compromising the safety of the entire team. Think you can survive?

When: Every Friday & Saturday of October
Time: 7.30pm-10pm
Location: K&R Tactical Laser Tag
7248 SE 9th Ave, Starke, Florida 32091, United States
Visit site: Infected Trail

Inaugural Trunk or Treat & Haunted Trails

Description: Come dressed in your scary best and celebrate the fall season at Camp Immokalee’s spooktacular FREE Inaugural Trunk or Treat and Haunted Trails (if you dare)! We’ll have pony rides available ($5.00), and other fun fall treats.
When: October 27
Time: 5pm – 8pm
Location: Camp Immokalee
6765 Immokalee Rd, Keystone Heights, FL 32656
Visit site: Halloween at Camp Immokalee

Boo On The Roo

Description: Celebrate Halloween a week early at Rooterville Animal Sanctuary! Wear your costume and trick-or-treat with 400 amazing rescued farm animals, from the adorable pot-bellied pigs Lily and Daisy to Tinsel the cow! No costume? No problem! Rooterville will be offering a silly hat making activity so that everyone can join in on the fun!
Tickets are free, but please RSVP so we have enough fun for everyone! Tickets here.
When: October 20
Time: 2pm-4pm
Location: Rooterville A Sanctuary
5579 Darwood Street Melrose, Florida 32666
Visit site: Halloween at Boo On The Roo

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Mike Roess Gold Head State Park’s Annual Haunted Hike

Description: Ticket sales begin at 6:30 p.m. and end at 9:30 p.m., Tickets: $5.00 per person. – Join us, if you DARE!  Be prepared to be scared!  The Haunted Trail traverses along the lake, which is rumored to have frequent Alien activities and beautiful creatures trying to lure you into the water.   Beware of the swamp witch, she is always looking for new trainees and fresh meat to add to her ever brewing swamp stew.  Be ever cautious as you hike through the haunted woods, as this part of the trail is a favorite hangout for ghosts, goblins, zombies and many other haunting creatures. The trail even passes through the old bathhouse which is known to be inhabited by all sorts of freaky goings on. Please use discretion in bringing young children and those of a faint heart, as this IS a scary hike.  The trail is sandy, with varied elevations and along uneven terrain. Closed toe shoes are highly recommended.  For the safety of all participants strollers and pets are prohibited. Food and drinks will be available for purchase.  For more information, call the Ranger Station at 352-473-4701. Learn more abour Mike Roess Gold Head State Park.
When: October 20, 2018
Time: 6.30pm – 9.30pm
Location: Mike Roess Gold Head State Park

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