Halloween events around Riverdale | Community Spirit
RIVERDALE, Ga. – (submitted by Clayton County CVB) Visitors looking for a fright can venture into the depths of Clayton County's dark and dangerous Trail of Terror from Oct. 28 to 29. Not recommended for children under the age of 12, Clayton County International Park's outdoor haunted trail is sure to elicit a scream from both adults and teens.
Visions of ghosts, goblins and other unsavory nightmares come to life with over 30 terrifying costumed characters at the Southside's newest haunted house, Frightmore. Guaranteed to get visitors hearts racing, Frightmore is a 35,000 square foot self-guided haunted house open for the brave of heart from Oct. 27 thru 30.
Costumes aren't just for kids this Halloween at Riverdale Centre's Monster Ball! The ultimate costume party featuring the best in 80's and 90's music, Monster Ball will be hosted on Saturday, Oct. 29 and includes costume contests, food and drink specials.
Families can follow in the footsteps of Linus and Charlie Brown by partaking in their own search for the "Great Pumpkin" at Jonesboro First United Methodist Church's annual Pumpkin Patch. Featuring nearly 2,500 pumpkins, the Pumpkin Patch is an ideal location to enjoy the crisp autumn air while seeking the perfect canvas for your families pumpkin carving or delicious dessert.
Ghosts, ghouls and goodies can be found at Riverdale Town Centre's "Boo! I Scared You! Movie Night" on Friday, Oct. 28th. Families and friends can get in the Halloween spirit with a 7 p.m. showing of everyone's favorite, friendly ghost, "Casper."
Costumes and candy combine to create an entertaining evening of Trick-or-Treating at Riverdale Town Centre on Monday, Oct. 31. Hosted for children ages 12 and under, Riverdale Town Centre provides a safe, family-friendly environment to collect kid's favorite sweets and treats.