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Kid Zone at Scout Island Scream Park

Non-Scary Halloween

The Kid Zone at Scout Island Scream Park is the place for families this fall.

Bring all the kids to The Kid Zone area for entertainment at this day-time Halloween Festival!

Guests can board an old fashioned tractor-pulled hay wagons for an adventure through the wooded swamp event perimeter. Kids can enjoy a Haunted Mansion bounce house, kid focused entertainment, and NEW this year The BOOGIE SPOOKTAKULAR, an animated cartoon musical adventure.

Click here to see a preview of the Boogie Spooktakular! 

EVENT ADDRESS: 1034 Harrison Avenue (not 1 Palm Drive)

 

TICKETS: 

$20/person Festival Ticket and children under three are free 

Festival Ticket includes:
- Entry To Scout Island

- Unlimited Carnival Rides & Hay Rides (Want to ride with your kid? Additional upgrade ticket for chaperone* is available at the box office before 5pm)

- Unlimited visits to The Boogie Spooktakular

- Access to Food, Drinks, Music!
 

EXTRA FUN INCLUDED:

See City Park's calendar for a daily list of activities. And plan to join the fun on October 26th for a special musical lineup with Secret Agent 23 Skidoo and Imagination Movers! 

Join us for trick-or-treating on the 31st from 6 pm to 8 pm.

*$5 Chaperone Admission Festival Ticket available for adults accompanying full price tickets ($20). The $5 ticket must be purchased on the island at the box office before 5pm (Not valid on blackout dates)

There are activities on the island that cost money once you're inside the event. 

Get more information here. The event will begin to be scary at 6pm each day however the Kid Zone The Boogie Spooktakular will remain open.

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CITY PARK FACTS:

We love our trees! Over 30,000 of them grow in City Park's 1,300 acres.