I've never been... but some friends of mine run a year round haunt near the Kissimmee area called Legends in Old Town... so there's that!
Well, hope it's still around when we get there thx!I've never been... but some friends of mine run a year round haunt near the Kissimmee area called Legends in Old Town... so there's that!
The site looks cool but I have a feeling the store is far better!There is a year round store is Cape Coral called 'The Red Headed Witches'. My wife and I went there last year while on vacation on Sanibel Island. A good sized store while lots of items. They have their own web site too.
Is St. Pete in central? I really am not familiar! This is a really good response, not that I don't appreciate the other responses but it seems excited, which... ya should be! lol. All of these sound great! I also here that in some parts the trees even change color a little... That's one one of the few perks of being in Michigan...Central Florida is a great place for Halloween! As far as major events go, two of the biggest in the nation, Hallo-Scream and Halloween Horror Nights are both found here. Hallo-Scream is at Busch Gardens in Tampa, and Halloween Horror Nights is at Universal Studios in Orlando. For something a little milder, there's Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom. All the bars in downtown Orlando throw huge Halloween parties, and best yet, if you buy the premium AAA card here, Triple A will actually tow you and your car to your home if you imbibe too much. We've done a home haunt here in Clermont for the past three years called Rose's Haunted Graveyard, and it generally draws hundreds of enthusiastic trick or treaters. We're not just talking kids, either. Yep, Florida is definitely Halloween friendly!
Hmmm it sounds like Halloweekends at cedar point here,... went last year for my Birthday (Oct. 18th. ) and my bf and I waited an hour in really cold weather to see one house... by that time,... the night was almost done... safe to say we're gonna get a pass too!in my personal opinion, the Busch Gardens Halloween is best by far, I always had 4hr + wait times for the haunted houses in Orlando and the HH was literally only 45 seconds long. The scary part was the long wait times.
Found the event was more pleasurable when buying the meal and early admission with front of the line pass for a limited time. We always made all the houses except for 1. Then we would ride the rides and it was very nice at night. Sometimes it is raining but not for long, so if it does, stick around. Some people leave which makes it all the better for you and wait times, hehe.
Well, Hello- first off cool you're a vegan. I'm a pescetarian. Thank you for the response! I understand what you mean and I"m kind of turned off by that aspect. But one of the reasons the bf and I are looking to move there is to escape winter and my seasonal slump of my Bipolar. Hoping that will help BIG TIME. So I'd rather trade off missing certain aspects for the overall happiness ^_^.I live pretty close to Disney. This past October was my first Halloween season living here, and I was completely depressed the entire month. Sure, there are some fun things to do and the theme parks get in the spirit. But you don't get that wonderful, overwhelming feeling of Halloween/autumn living down here, and it is absolutely the worst feeling in the world. It's hot, there are no leaves crunching under your feet, and you're surrounded by palm trees and sunshine instead of hay bales and scarecrows. It's gross, and I hate it. (Sorry for the real talk, this is just my personal experience living here!)